Discover the best top things to do in Ramgarh, India including Nathuakhan, Chauli Ki Jali, Nainital Lake, Bhimtal Lake, Naukuchiatal Lake, Girija Devi Temple, Bhalu Gaad Waterfalls, Goddess Naina Devi, Ghorakhal Tea Factory, Hanuman Garhi.
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4.5 based on 22 reviews
We visited this place for walk based on one of tripadvicer review
The village is 2km away from nathuakhan market......you will see big ground on your right side ....Park vehicles there....and ask for the way to river to nearby people or shops
It's good 30 to 40 min of climb down you will find amazing views of small village , local people farming wheat, potato etc. Lot of fruit trees ....they ripe in 1 to 2nd week of June.
Had devine experience.......amazing walk, good people around , nice weather .. what more you want ?
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I have been to Nainital round about 20 times and the star attraction of this place has always been the beautiful Nainital Lake. The surroundings are romantic, the Mall road runs on one side from where you can just sit and admire the beautiful surroundings. Of course a visit to Nainital is never complete without taking a boat ride on the lake.The boats are generally well maintained and colorful and the price has now been fixed by the government
4.5 based on 265 reviews
Nanital is the lake district of India and Naukuichiatal is one of the more interesting lakes close to Bhimtal. The name Naukuchiatal implies that it has 9 corners and the legend is that all the corners cannot be seen from any part of the world. The lake has a road running half around it and terminates abruptly at the rear entrance of a resort.
The lake offers boating, including some shikara style boats, zobing and some other small adventures. There are eateries at the corner of the lake. Good for a family outing.
4 based on 11 reviews
must visit although climb is too steep, but amazing and adventurous. go and visit.The place is named after the "Garjiya Devi Temple" situated over a huge rock in the midst of river Kosi. Situated along the Valley of Ramganga River and fringed by the Himalayan foothills ...
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Reaching this waterfall requires a trek of ~1.5kms into the forest which includes crossing small streams thrice, so one has to be a little careful when travelling with elders and children. Also, the falls are located ~10kms from main Mukteshwar area and must be visited during daytime because it starts getting dark around 5pm. Even after crossing the 3 streams, few more steep rocks have to be crossed to ultimately reach the falls which is a tiresome task in itself. Various varieties of birds can also be seen here, so worth a visit if time permits.
4.5 based on 692 reviews
Located in mallital, one should come here and take the blessings of goddess naina devi when in Nainital. It is open till late evening hours and is a popular shaktipeeth. Small market selling winter clothes, candle items etc is available just outside the temple premise. Boating facility and movie theatre is also there near the temple.
4 based on 19 reviews
I really fell in love with the tea plantations, the pattern of plantation is just amazing , it is mesmerising, I really felt the taste of nature, the tea leaves are directly sourced from plantations and are sourced here, the product obtained is soo fresh, they retail the produced products , I purchased some exotic tea varieties along with green tea.. it is one among the must visit places in Nainital...!!!
4 based on 94 reviews
Road leading to Naukchiatal from Bhimtal will take you to This temple. Very famous among locals. Very big Lord Hanuman statue can be seen. You can also visit Vaishno Devi cave inside the temple. Religious place and feel blessed. Cameras are permitted. You can join meditation also. Clean and maintained place. Surroundings are beautiful.
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