Great North Indian Honeymoon Locations Part 3

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A wedding is one of the greatest moments in a couple’s life. Once the  big day has come and gone, you’ll need someplace warm, beautiful, and romantic just for you and your better half. Nainital a great north Indian Honeymoon location offers some of the most beautiful scenery and memorable experiences. The hill station of Nainital, situated in the foothills of Kumaon, is known to enjoy nature’s splurge to the fullest. Newlyweds flock to this beautiful town of Uttarakhand, just to enjoy its fascinating weather and splendid natural beauty. Apart from natural splendor, the places to see in Nainital include a host of other attractions as well. The hill resort is covered with lofty mountains and is dotted with lakes where one can indulge in trekking and water sports, respectively. Let’s take you around Nainital. Here we go….


Naini Lake

The meaning of ‘tal’ is lake and the town of Nainital is named after this lake. The lake is pear shaped and is surrounded by green mountains and is situated in the heart of the city. Here, hand in hand with your beloved you can either take a leisurely stroll or indulge in boating and enjoy the surrounding beauty. Overlooking the Naini Lake is the  Naina peak which is placed at an altitude of 2611 m,and provides the most breathtaking view of the hill station of Nainital.  About 6 km from the town, a horse ride or trek can take you to the Peak.

Naini Lake

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The Mall road
The Mall road stretches from the north end to south end of the lake and is the famous and busiest road of the town. As is the case with most of the hill stations in India, the road has many street shops, shopping centres, banks, hotels, restaurants etc. Do indulge in some shopping here to cherish the memories of this place.

Mall Road, Nainital

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St. John’s Church
Built in 1844, ‘St. John in the Wilderness’ is one of the most tranquil places in the town of Nainital. The church is located on Mallital, the north end of the town. Built in 1847, the church is an important tourist attraction and is one of the oldest buildings in Nainital. A brass memorial is placed there in the memory of the people who died in the infamous landslide.

St. Johns Church

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Snow View Point
Snow View Point is one of the coldest regions in Nainital. Here, you can capture breathtaking pictures of snow-covered peaks and mountains. The ideal time to visit snow point is during the months of October and November. A sojourn to Nainital is undoubtedly incomplete without a visit to the Snow Point. Further ahead is the Gadhan Kunkyop Ling Monastery.

Snow View Point

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Governor’s House
Built in 1899, Governor’s House or Raj Bhavan is a marvellous reminiscent of the British era. Built in Victorian Gothic style, it served as the residence of the Governor of north-western province and later the United Province. Raj Bhavan is an architectural marvel, However, one has to take prior permission to visit the place.

Governer's House

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A 6 days trip will cost you around  INR20000 per person.

Visit the following sites for more information:

www.makemytrip.com

uttarakhandtourism.gov.in

www.yatra.co

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