Hidden Gems in Nainital

Hidden Gems in Nainital

While planning for a trip, it’s easy to go with experiencing a city’s must-see iconic landmarks. But what if you are an explorer by heart? Introducing you to the best-hidden places of Nainital where you will be mesmerized. 

Nainital is one of the most beautiful hill stations of Uttarakhand where you can discover the Kumaon region well with a gratifying climate, soothing breeze, and tranquillity vibe. 

And Taking responsibility for your comfortable stay, introducing you to the best Resort in Bhimtal ie. the Aaroham Resort. Now let’s move forward with a few hidden gems which you can’t resist visiting.

Pangot

15 km from Nainital, Pangot gives you the best experience of trekking in the Himalayas. It is quite famous for its jungle and birds. More than 300 species of birds can be found in and around Pangot. Camping is another reason why you can’t ignore Pangot. Under a sparkling night like a fairy bright buzz, you can relax for a few hours away from your hustling life. 

Local Heritage

Church of St. Johns, built-in 1844, is located on the north end of town (Mallital). It is an Anglican Church that exhibits Victorian architecture. Names of the 1880 landslides victims are on the altar side of this Church. The best place to stay in Bhimtal is the Aaroham Resort-Bhimtal

Dorothy seat

Located at a distance of 4 km from the town this peak is above the sea level in the Ayarpatta region, Dorothy’s seat is a memorial to an English lady painter Dorothy Kellet built by her husband and admirers after her death. She used to capture the beauty of nature on the canvas from this place. 

Camel’s back

Camel’s back, the shape of which resembles the back of camel, is also famous by the name Deopatta’s back. It is located 2422 metres above sea level. One should visit during the early evening hours as sunset looks exceptionally salubrious from this place. It is to be kept in mind that Camel’s back is meant only for pedestrians. 

China Peak

Approx 2,615 metres above sea level- China Peak, the highest Peak of Nainital, offers the best view of Nainital city. This Peak is around 9.4 km away from the city. The whole trek of about 6 km is covered by a dense forest of cypress, oak, and pine trees with a hint of pink and red by Rhododendrons. The forest becomes denser as you move upwards. 

Conclusion

Go and bring out the kid inside of you who’s mad to explore the whole world. Get in touch with us for a luxurious stay in the lap of the Himalayas at this luxury resort in Bhimtal i.e. the Aaroham Resort

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