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Nainital Mussoorie Haridwar Tour Package - A Popular Summer Retreat of India - Package Overview

Nainital Mussoorie Haridwar Tour Package - A Popular Summer Retreat of India

Nainital Mussoorie Haridwar Tour Package: Overview

Plan One week Holiday in Nainital, stay 3 nights in Nainital speciality Resorts and move around to surrounding beautiful places, Explore Corbett National park for 2 days , Have a dip in Icy holy Ganges in Haridwar, Soak into the divinity and finally spend last 2 days in Mussoorie - The queeen of Hills.

This one week holiday focussed on Nainital Resorts, Mussoorie, Haridwar will leave you fresh and spellbound with great beauty.

In this package Holiday Travel India offering the most beautiful and charming holiday destinations - Nainital, Mussoorie and Haridwar which are consisting of Lakes, hills and temple towns.

This 6N/7D package will start from Delhi by road and cover one of the best places of Uttarakhand. Our tour caring representative always available to assist and entertain you. So enjoy your holidays of these three ideal Himalayan range beauties with all possible & comfortable stay.

What is unique in “Nainital Mussoorie Haridwar Tour Package” package?

This package is the perfect combination of the trip of devotional spots, scenic beauty of nature and adventure for fun and enjoyments. In this 6N/ 7D package you will meet those three destination of Himalaya which is must visit places ever for all once in a life. Below three reasons of the destinations makes this package is so unique:

Nainital: Famous for its “Naini Lake”, ancient temple & paranomic views

Haridwar: Popular as most sacred and devotional place by “harki pauri ghat”

Mussoorie:  The most scenic destination of Himalaya known as “the queen of hills”

Nainital Mussoorie Haridwar Tour Package: Highlights  

  • Visit Mall road - Thandi Sadak

  • Enjoy Boating Club, Cable Car Ride

  • Visit Sat tal, Naukuchia tal & Mukteshwar hill top temple

  • Explore Chauli ki Jaali, windswept hole, Shiva Temple

  • Visit PWD lawns, Nanda Devi and Panchachuli

  • Visit Ghats of Har ki Pauri with devotional ceremony

  • Attend evening Aarti of “The Holy River Ganga”

  • Feel the beauty of Gun Hill, Kempty falls, Camel’s back Road

  • Explore The Jheel, Lal Tibba, and Lake Mist Resort

  • Wondering trip of Dhanaulti & Surkhanda Devi

Nainital Mussoorie Haridwar Tour Package - A Popular Summer Retreat of India - Package Rates & Dates
Title Standard Prsice High Season
Apr-07 To Jun-25
Low Season
Jul-01 To Sep-30
NewYear/Festival Time
Dec-23 To Jan-05
6N/7D Standard Package
CHD Hotel Evelyn(Nainital), Mussoorie Gateway (Mussoorie), Paradise Plaza (Haridwar),
Rs 20700 Rs 21600 Rs 19800 Rs 0
6N /7D Deluxe Package
Treebo Lakeside Inn (Nainital), Hotel New Howard (Mussoorie), Hotel La Casa (Haridwar)
Rs 25800 Rs 27000 Rs 24800 Rs 0
6N /7D Luxury Package
Abbotsford Prasada Bhawan (Rushikesh), Fortune The Savoy(Mussoorie), Aalia on the Ganges (Haridwar)
Rs 36200 Rs 37000 Rs 34500 Rs 0
Nainital Mussoorie Haridwar Tour Package - A Popular Summer Retreat of India - Package Inclusion

Package Inclusions

  • Daily breakfast & Dinner

  • 3 nights stay in Nainital with sight seeing

  • 1 Night in Haridwar with sight seeing

  • 2 Nights stay in Mussoorie with sight seeing

  • Pick up & drop from Mumbai Airport/Railway Station /Bus Stand

  • All Transfers & sightseeing by dedicated AC Cab for 7 days

  • All hotel & transportation taxes

  • Inclusive of all taxes

  • All Toll taxes, Parking, Driver night hault

  • All Taxes

Package Exclusion

  • All GST tax not including in this package

  • Lunch is not including in this package

  • Any expenses of a personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, beverages, gratuities etc

  • Entrance Fees and Camera fees at monuments / temples and other places of interest

  • Travel insurance

Nainital Mussoorie Haridwar Tour Package - A Popular Summer Retreat of India - Package Itinerary

Arrive Delhi from Mumbai via flight and proceed to Nainital – the beautiful lake district of Kumaon. Check-in to your hotel and get freshen up. The Kumaon hills are known for their idyllic beauty – mountains silhouetted against the sky, streams rippling through the silence of forests, and placid lakes reflecting the changing panorama of nature. In the evening, enjoy a boat ride on the famous lake and visit the local market for some shopping.

Later come back to hotel & Overnight stay with dinner at Nainital

After breakfast, you have full day to explore the hill retreat of Nainital. Visit Mall road, Boating Club, Cable Car Ride, Thandi Sadak, and Lakes (Sat tal, Naukuchiatal etc). It is blessed with scenic natural splendor and varied natural resources. (May have lunch at nearby restaurant)

 Later back to hotel & overnight stay at Nainital


Today morning after breakfast drive to Mukteshwar, which is 2286 mts in altitude and Surrounded by fruit orchards and thick coniferous forest. It is the celebrated scenic spot overlooking long ranges of Himalaya. Also visit Chauli ki Jaali, a windswept hole in the rock face, Shiva Temple, PWD lawns which offer a breathtaking view of the higher Himalayan range and peaks such as Trishul, Nanda Devi and Panchachuli. (May have lunch at nearby restaurant)

Return to Nainital for Overnight stay and have dinner

Today morning after breakfast drive to Haridwar which is lying at the feet of Shiva's hills called Shivaliks in district of Uttaranchal Pradesh. Arrival Haridwar and transfer to your Hotel. After get refreshment you can visit various temples across the town. Then proceed to Har ki Pauri on the ghats of the cool waters of the River Ganga. Later witness the evening Aarti of “The Holy River Ganga” this aarti is a devotional ceremony in which deeyas (the oil lamps) are offered to God

 Come back to hotel & Overnight stay with dinner at Haridwar


On this morning after breakfast proceed to Mussoorie which is located at an altitude of 2000m above the sea level. Mussoorie is sprawled over a horseshoe shaped ridge.  It offers some breathtaking views of the snow- clad Himalayan peak of western Garhwal, as of the Dehradun valley. Check into Hotel & take some rest. Later afternoon, leave for half day sightseeing including Gun Hill (the second highest peak in Mussoorie), Kempty falls (15 km away on the yamunotri road), Camel’s back Road, The Jheel, Lal Tibba, and Lake Mist Resort.

Come back to hotel & Overnight stay with dinner at Massorie hotel


Today, you can opt for an excursion to Dhanaulti which is 33 km. away and to the ancient mountain top shrine of Surkhanda Devi, climbing up to 9700 feet / 2940 meters. Deodar and Pine Trees, beautiful valleys, snow capped mountains and all mesmerized scenes. After visit remaining sightseeing, in evening you may go for various shopping places of Mussoorie.

Come back to hotel & Overnight stay with dinner at Massorie hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and depart for Delhi by surface. Catch Flight /Train then back to Mumbai. Tour ends with lots of awesome memories.

Nainital Mussoorie Haridwar Tour Package - A Popular Summer Retreat of India - Package Other Details

Why Visit Nainital - Top Reasons

Nainital is famous for the Naini Lake; Boating in the same is a great pleasure and family fun. Visit Mall road, Boating Club, Cable Car Ride, Thandi Sadak, and Lakes (Sat tal, Naukuchiatal etc). It is blessed with scenic natural splendor and varied natural resources. Dotted with lakes, Nainital has earned the epithet of 'Lake District' of India

  • See The Naini peak or the China peak, highest in Nainital with a height of 2611mts.

  • Visit the Mall, now known as the Govind Ballabh Pant Marg. Eat in quality restaurants, stay in Mall hotels all located in the Mall.

  • Visit Corbett National Park, while in Nainital - One Day is reserved for Corbett National park

  • Visit Nainital Zoo to see rare species of snow leopard, steppe eagle and the Himalayan black bear.

  • Visit Governor House of the Raj Bhavan with its sprawling gardens is one of the few Raj Bhavnas open for public viewing.

  • Visit Nainital’s latest attraction is the Eco Cave Garden where your children can learn about ecosphere.

Places to visit in Nainital

Nainital is famous Hill Station where all the tourist come to enjoy their holidays. There are so many places where you can visit which are as follows

Naina Devi Temple: The deity of the temple is Maa Naina Devi represented by two eyes. The temple was destroyed by the drastic landslide of 1880, and was later rebuilt because the temple was of great importance amongst locals. Naina Devi Temple is located on the northern shore of Naini Lake.

Naini Lake (Nainital): Amidst seven mountains touching the sky, the heart of the place is a ravishing lake showering its beauty with pristine and stagnant water. Naini Lake has earned respect since beginning and even the district is named after this enchanting lake. The lake offers ample opportunities for adventure lovers as well with yachting, boating and paddling facilities. One can explore the lake from one end to another watching the dynamic sun setting for the dusk providing peace and tranquility. Naini Lake is divided into two parts Mallital and Tallital. The north end of the Lake is called Mallital and the southern end of the Lake is known as Tallital. Both ends of the Naini Lake have shopping centres with luxury and varied shops.

The Mall Road: Mall road nexuses Mallital with Tallital and thus is busiest road of the town. During peak season (May and June) vehicles are not allowed to enter mall road so that the trade keeps on strolling as this point is famous amongst tourists. Mall road is now named as Govind Ballabh Pant Marg. The road is filled with hotels, restaurants, shopping centres, banks, travel agencies and street shops as well.

Zoo:  Govind Ballabh Pant high altitude zoo is situated around 2km from the bus station. The zoo is set at an elevation of 2100mts above sea level providing high altitude animals a sufficient and habitat like environment. The Zoo consists of animals like Leopard , Hill Fox, Siberian Tiger (snow tiger), Palm civet cat, Wolf, Silver Pheasants, Barking Deer, Sambhar, Monkeys, Rose ringed Prakeet, Himalayan black bear, Ghoral, White Peacock. The zoo is closed on Mondays and the entry ticket is of Rs. 10. Feeding animals is strictly prohibited in the zoo and eatables are also not allowed (you can take liquid diets).

Aerial Ropeway:  The Aerial Ropeway commences at Mallital and is connected with Snow view point situated at a breathtaking elevation of 2275mts above sea level. Snow view point offers the majestic views of puissant Himalayan range. Two trolleys carries passenger from the flatts to snow view point in approximately two and a half minutes of time. The capacity of the trolley cabin is 11 persons or 800kgs of weight. The trolley is opened for seven days a week from 10am to 5pm. The ticket for adult is Rs. 100 and Rs. 60 for child.

Eco Cave Garden:  Eco Cave Garden is located one kilometer above Mallital near Kumaon University Campus. This spot is a latest tourism spot of Nainital. Cave Garden offers caves of different kinds of animals which you can explore by going in it. There are no real animals there for sure. Entry Ticket: Rs.10.

Naina Peak/ China Peak: Naina peak is situated at a breathtaking altitude of 2615mts above sea level. Naina Peak is the highest point of the town and is located 6km north to Mallital. Naina peak is also known as China peak and Cheena peak. Naina peak offers invigorating views of the enchanting snow clad peaks of the mighty Himalayan range, the bird’s eye view of the pristine Naini Lake and the Nainital town itself. In order to enjoy the celestial beauteousness of this point one must trek 6km by foot or can hire a pony from Mallital or Snow view. But remember the trek of 6km is worth the view from the summit of the Naina peak.

How to reach Delhi to Nainital

By Flight:  There is no connectivity between Delhi to Nainital, there is no airport are available in Nainital

By Bus:  Delhi to Nainital buses is available. The distance Delhi to Nainital is 300 km by road. It would take around 9 hours. Buses are the popular mode of transport between the two places and the ride is also very scenic. Buses ply regularly between the two places and there are also private buses that can be taken.

By Train: There is no railway station found in Nainital. You can take a train to Kathgodam which will take 7hours and then drive for another 45 min to reach Nainital. There are no direct trains between the two towns as is no station in Nainital.

Things to do in Nainital

Nainital is generally known as Hill Station there is lots of places to visit and enjoy your holiday. Some mention places where you can go to view a wonderful moment. Some places are as follows

Visit Corbett National Park:  Corbett Tiger Reserve has captured the imagination of many with its diverse wildlife and breathtaking landscapes. The natural uniqueness of the area was recognized long ago as a result of which in 1936 Corbett attained the distinction of becoming the first National Park to be established in mainland Asia.

The area came under 'Project Tiger' in 1971 when Gov. of India launched this ambitious conservation project.  Corbett National Park covers an area of 521 sq. km and together with the neighboring Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary and Reserve Forest areas, forms the Corbett Tiger Reserve.  The most famous of Corbett's wild residents are the Royal Bengal Tiger and the Asiatic Elephant. In addition to that with over 550 species of avifauna Corbett is one of the richest bird regions of the Country and has been declared as an 'Important Bird Area' (IBA) by Birdlife International.

Watch Sun Disappear at Hanuman Garhi:  Most of the hill stations offer a spectacular view of the sunset, where the sun slowly descent towards the hills and then simply hides behind the massive mountain the sun here doesn’t hide behind the mountains it simply DISAPPEARS, it does! At Hanumangarhi, which is 3kms from Nainital City, you can watch the sunset on the horizon and believe me it is one of the most enchanting views that one can apparently catch in Nainital

Trek to China Peak:  Naina Peak or Cheena Peak, this is the highest point of Nainital and that is why it has always been the major tourist attraction. Today, many people trek to China Peak in order to avail themselves an extra dose of adventure. The trek is easy one, where you will pass through thick Deodar, Cypress and Pine forest. f you are in Nainital you must trek to Naina Peak for some adrenalin rush.

Boating in Nainital Lake:  Boating is definitely a must thing to do in Nainital. boating in Nainital is one of the best experiences that one gets in this gorgeous city. You can choose rowing boats or the paddle boats here and sail for at least an hour amidst serene beauty.

Shop at Tibetan Market:  The Tibetan Market in Nainital The market is situated at the far end of the Flatts forming an L-shape shopping paradise. Men do not be disheartened, although the collection is limited for men wear, one might end up buying some good t-shirts and jackets.

Visit Nainitals zoo: Govind Ballabh Pant high altitude zoo is situated around 2km from the bus station. The zoo is set at an elevation of 2100mts above sea level providing high altitude animals a sufficient and habitat like environment. The Zoo consists of animals like Leopard , Hill Fox, Siberian Tiger (snow tiger), Palm civet cat, Wolf, Silver Pheasants, Barking Deer, Sambhar, Monkeys, Rose ringed Prakeet, Himalayan black bear, Ghoral, White Peacock. The zoo is closed on Mondays and the entry ticket is of Rs. 10. Feeding animals is strictly prohibited in the zoo and eatables are also not allowed (you can take liquid diets).

Places to visit at Nainital & nearby

Bhimtal: Bhimtal is 22 km far from Nainital The prime attraction of Bhimtal is the Bhimtal Lake which has a beautiful island at the centre. Apart from being a main tourist destination, it is also the mini district Headquarters since most of the offices of the district administration has been shifted here. Bhimtal is named after Bhima of Mahabharata.

Ranikhet: Ranikhet is located 60 km from the city center of Nainital. It is a very beautiful hill station. According to mythology, Ranikhet had won the heart of Rani Padmini, who was the Queen of Raja Sudhardev. Since the Queen chose Ranikhet as her place for her abode, this place came to be known Ranikhet ever since. Ranikhet, in Hindi means 'Queen's Field'.

Ghorakhal: Ghorakhal is a place that is famous for the temple of Lord Golu that is located here. Lord Golu is worshipped by the local people

Naina Devi Temple: The temple is situated at the top of Naina Hill. It is believed that Goddess Sati’s eyes fell at the exact same spot where this temple stands, which attracts a great number of devotees.

Mukteshwar: Mukteshwar is situated at kumaon hills as with most of the other places of Uttarakhand, Mukteshwar provides a beautiful view with the Himalayan ranges surrounding it. From here, one can view the second highest peak of India, Nanda Devi. A renewable park which is developed by The Energy and Research Institute (TERI) is also a prime attraction of Mukteshwar. This park uses solar energy for its electricity needs.

Sat Tal: Sat tal is located at a distance of about 23 km. from Nainital and at an altitude of 1,370 meters above sea level. It is a very beautiful place which has seven lakes which are set in the oak forests. All these lakes are situated at an altitude of 1,370 meters. In Hindi, the word Sat Tal means seven lakes. This is one of the few places which are still un spoilt and unpolluted.

Corbett Museum: The former house of the legendary hunter and tracker-turned-conservationist Jim Corbett is now known as the Corbett Museum located at Choti Haldwani on the outskirts of Kaladhungi, which is between Nainital and the park. This amazing museum contains manuscripts, fishing nets, maps, guns and also his last hunt. The museum offers you a glimpse into the life and activities of Jim Corbett and other distinguished people. You can shop for handicrafts or books about the national park at the Dhangarhi Souvenir Shop.

Snow View Point: The viewpoint is also known as “Oldest Viewpoint” offers mesmerizing views of the snow clad peaks of the majestic Himalayan range. The peak is connected by motorable roads and an aerial ropeway. Most people also opt to trek to the point and enjoy the views of snow-capped hills like Nanda Kot and Nanda Devi.

Naini Lake: This beautiful lake is one of the major tourist attractions in Nainital town which is located right in the heart of the city. It is a natural freshwater lake and stretches over 3.5 km that offers captivating scenic views. Lake Naini is a picturesque blue green lake looks so amazing.

Tiffin Top: Tiffin top is also famously known as the “Dorothy's Seat” which is located at a height of around 2300 meters on the Ayarpatta hills. And situated around 4 KM drives from the Nainital town. This place was built by the British Army officer Col J.P. Kellet. This is one of the most loved spots for tourists and a picnic spots in Nainital.

Special bonus of package 

Tour to beautiful movie shooting locations in Uttrakhand (Optional)

Kati Patang Movie Shooting Location in Uttaranchal,Nanital,Bimtal, Naini Lake

scene1: "Yeh shaam mastani" song was shot with Bhimtal Lake in the background.

Scene2: "Jis gali mein" song was shot at Naini Lake in Nainital.

Vivah Movie Shooting Location in Uttaranchal,Almora,Jageshwar Temple,Nainital,Raniket,Juladevi Temple

Scene1: "Milan abhi aadha adhura hai" was song shot at Jageshwar Temple

Scene2: Pooja and Prem ( Film Characters) are sitting on the rooftop while Nainital is seen in the background.

Scene3: Families - morning walk, Pooja’s and Prem's families go for a morning walk amidst the pine trees.

Scene4: Prem-Pooja in the Jhula Devi temple - Prem and Pooja visit the temple along with their families.

Ram Teri Ganga Maili Ho Gyi Movie Shooting Location in Uttaranchal,Utrakashi,Harshil,Madakini Falls,Gangotri

Scene1: "Tujhe bulaye" song - "Tujhe bulaye" song under the waterfall in Gangotri

Scene2:  Ganga's Village: - Raj Kapoor chooses Harsil as village Location for this movie, since he was blown away by the beauty of this place. The post office shown in the movie can still be seen in Harshil

Scene3: Grandma's ashes shot at Gangotri

Kaal Movie Shooting Location in Uttaranchal, Nainital, Jim Corbett National Park,

Scene1: Orbit National Park - The Orbit National Park in the movie is actually Jim Corbett National Park.

Masoom Movie Shooting Location in Uttaranchal, Nainital, Hanuman Garhi

Scene1:"Tujhse naaraz nahi zindagi" song - This very sensitive song in which character D.K is spending time with his son Rahul is shot in Nainital.

Scene2:"Tum bin jeevan" song - A heart-broken Neeraj cries for his lost love and sings "Tum bin jeevan" song at Hanuman Garhi, Nainital.

Delhi to Nainital km

Distance between New Delhi to Nainital by road - 299 km.

Distance between New Delhi to Nainital aerial distance -235 km.

Weather in Nainital

Winter (October to February): Winters are extremely cool here with the temperature diving down to 0°C and winters are marked with heavy snowfalls. The place looks just ethereal in the month of November after being freshly washed with the waters from the heaven.

Summer (March to May): The temperature ranges between a comfortable 14°C - 30°C in these months and relaxing cool breeze lifts up the spirits in the evenings.  This is the time when the tourists flock the place in large numbers.

Monsoon (June to till September): The rains bring freshness and rejuvenating greenery to the place.

Best time to go to Nainital

The best time to visit Nainital is between the months of March to June. The climate remains pleasant and favorable during these months offering tourists the best holiday experience.

How to reach Nainital from Mumbai by air

There is no direct connectivity of flight between Mumbai and Nainital. You can take IndiGo/ cab from Mumbai to New Delhi then take Delhi Transport Corporation from New Delhi to Nainital.

Being a hill station, Nainital does not have direct air connectivity. The nearest airport is located at Pantnagar, which lies at a distance of 65 kilometres from Nainital. Most of the air traffic to Pantnagar airport includes private chartered flights. There are no commercial flights operational to and from here.

The second nearest airport is in New Delhi which is approximately 290 kilometres away from the central town in Nainital. Delhi airport is well-connected to different cities across the globe. You can hire private taxis from the airport.

Flight name: Air India (AI 18)

Details: 7:10 - 16:15         M T W T F S S      9h5m & 1 Stop

Flight name: Spice Jet (SG 194)

Details: 6:20 - 16:15         M T W T F S S      9h55m & 1 Stop

Flight name: IndiGo (6E 962)

Details: 7:10 - 16:15         M T W T F S S      9h5m & 1 Stop

Picnic spots in Mussoorie

Kempty Falls: Located on the way between Dehradun -Mussoorie roads, Kempty Falls is a beautiful location to take a dip in the water falling from an altitude of 40 feet. It offers a mesmerizing panoramic view as the water falls from a great height. The pond formed at the bottom of the falls make an excellent spot for swimming, fishing, and bathing. A flight of stairs leads to the pond where one can soak in the fun with friends and family.

Gun Hill: Gun Hill is the second highest peak of Mussoorie and one of the most famous destinations of the hill station. Gun Hill offers an enchanting view of some of the highest Himalayan ranges namely Bunderpunch, Srikantha, Pithwara and the Gangotri group, along with a picturesque view of the Mussoorie town and the Doon Valley. One of the most exciting features of this place is a 400 m thrilling Ropeway ride to land from this exceptionally beautiful, misty peak.

Cloud's End; 6 km west off the Library, the Cloud's end marks the end of Mussoorie. It is covered by thick jungles and tracks 2 km up to the Benog Wildlife Sanctuary. It offers a lovely walking track. This place offers a great view of Aglar River Valley.

Camel's Back Road; Shaped like a camel's hump, the 4 km stretch is popular trekking spot also offering horse-rides.

Jwala Devi Temple: Located at an divine altitude atop Benog Hills, the Jwala Devi Temple offers lovely view of the Doon Valley and the milky white Yamuna.

Dhanaulti: A small hamlet towards East of Landour, Dhanaulti houses the Sukhanda Devi shrine amidst the lushness of Himalayan greenery and attracts numerous pilgrims to its site. You must also visit the Eco Park on the way to Chamba.

Benog Wildlife Sanctuary: Famous for its almost-extinct mountain quails, deer, leopards and red-billed blue magpie, the Benog Wildlife Sanctuary is well known to house rare species of birds and offers an excellent trail of pine-clad slopes surrounded by Himalayan peaks for a refreshing walk.

Nag Tibba Trek: Situated near Mussoorie, Nag Tibba is a relatively unknown and a very exhilarating trekking trail. Known as one of the best weekend treks, the place offers a climb of about 10,000 ft amid the snow clad mountains.

Peak, Nag Tibba is the highest peak of the Nagtibba range with an altitude of 9915m and is said to serve as a home to Nag Devta. The trail of the expedition is also highly fascinating and spectacular, being adorned with rich variety of flora and fauna, a rustic Gharwali lifestyle and oak and deodar forest housing exotic birds and wildlife. The highlight of the trip is the stunning view of Bandarpoonch Peak, Kedarnath Peak, Gangotri Peak and Doon Valley from the Nag Tibba.

Municipal Garden: "The beautiful Municipal Garden, earlier known as Company Bagh, is an idyllic retreat for tourists as well as locals. There is a picturesque water body where you can indulge in boating. Located in the Happy Valley area, this garden can be easily reached by rickshaw, pony or car. The best time to visit this place is from March to June and September to November as it is when maximum flowers in the park blossom."

Jharipani Falls: Situated near Jharipani village, the enchanting Jharipani Falls is approximately 7 km away from Mussoorie. The breathtaking view of Shivalik Range, species of wild flowers, creepers and shrubs that surround these falls will certainly leave you spellbound.

Climate in Haridwar

Winter (about 17 degree C): The winter season comes in the month of October and lasts till the end of February. The chill in the atmosphere is at its best in the months of December/January. The highest temperature at the place recorded is about 17 degree C. The minimum temperature during the season is about 6 degree C.

Summer (about 40 degree C): The month of March brings the summer. The summer season here is quite hot and high on humidity. The maximum temperature recorded here is about 40 degree C. The day time during the summer season is scorching but the nights get cool. The Cool breeze makes a walk around the river Ganga very pleasurable.

Monsoon (humidity): The monsoon season at the place comes with the month of June and stays till the month of September, Haridwar experiences moderate rainfall. The humidity during the monsoon season is quite high. The evenings during the monsoon season can be quite amazing with a cool breeze and beautiful light.

Adventure activities in Nainital

In Nainital district there is a lot of adventure activities serves like

  • Camping and Trekking

  • Paragliding and Parasailing

  • Fun Time Jeep Tours and Jungle Tours

  • Birding - Bird Watching and Adventure

  • Canyoning and Caving

  •  River Rafting and Kayaking

  • Horseback Riding and Hill Climbing

  • Sunset Hikes and Yatching

  •  Mountain Biking and Rock Climbing

Nainital nearest train station

The nearest railway station to Nainital is Kathgodham which located at a distance of 34 kilometers from Nainital situated at the foothills of the Kumaon hills.

Kathgodam railway station has good connectivity to some important places such as Delhi, Luckhnow and Howrah with daily trains running to New Delhi.

Lake view hotels in Nainital

Deluxe hotel

Treebo Lakeside Inn (100 meters from Naini Lake)

TA rating: 3.5 – certified in excellence

Location: The Mall, Mall Road, Near Muncipal Library, Nainital, Uttarakhand 263002

Standard hotel 

Treebo Vansh Regency (38.0 km. from the property)

TA rating: 4.0 – certified in excellence

Location: 76/77, Tallital Market, Nainital, Uttarakhand 263002

Luxury hotel

The Gateway Resort Corbett (31.0 km. from Naini Lake)

TA rating: 5.0 – certified in excellence

Location: Zero Garjia, Dhikuli Ram Nagar, Ramnagar, Uttarakhand 244715

Haridwar main temple

Har ki Pauri is the main temple of Haridwar which is most sacred bathing ghat in India. This is located approx 02 km. far from the Haridwar Railway Station. Har Ki Pauri means footprints of God and it is believed that Lord Vishnu came here in ancient time and also there is a stone where his footprints are still there on the stone wall.

Har Ki Pauri is also main place for holy bath during the Kumbh Mela. Hindu people believe that if you take a holy dip (bath) here river Ganges will wash all you sins. Everyday there is ceremony called Ganga Aarti is organized morning and evening here. Ceremony is dedicated to River Ganga which is constantly providing life in the form of her water to people. Ganga Aarti is widely visited by thousands of people every day mostly in evening at Har Ki Pauri ghat.

Ganga Aarti Haridwar timing

Every day Morning and Evening Ganga Aarti is organized at most sacered Har Ki Pauri Ghat in Haridwar.

 Morning time for Ganga Aarti is approximately - 05:30 (in winter)

Morning time for Ganga Aarti is approximately - 06:30 (in summer or according to Sunrise)

Evening time for Ganga Aarti is approximately - 05:30 PM (in winter)

Evening time for Ganga Aarti is approximately - 06:30 (in summer)

Things to buy in Haridwar

Given below is a list of all the souvenirs that you can buy during your tour from Moti Bazar , Kankhal , Jwalapur and Bara Bazar in Haridwar:

  • Puja Items, God Idols / Statues

  • Rudraksha, Dresses for God Statues

  • Metal Utensils, Glass Bangles

  • Kum Kum (Sindoor), Ayruvedic Medicines

  • Cane Products, Gemstones

  • Rosaries, Precious Stones

  • Semi Precious Stones, Handicrafts

  • Sandal wood, Cane Baskets

  • Pickle / Achaar, Handloom

  • Bangles, Lockets / Pendants

  • Digestive powders (churan) and pedas (a type of sweets made from milk)