DURATION : 2DAYS / 3NIGHTS
DESTINATION : DELHI – NAINITAL – DELHI
In the below mentioned Delhi to Nainital tour package itinerary, we will be enjoying the trip to the Lake city of the country, which has a feeling of brilliantly lit sun and shining mountains to accompany. We would also drive you to nearby beauties coveting Nainital.
In the morning we will drive from Delhi to Nainital, & quot; Nainital & quot; is one of the most famous hill stations nearby Delhi and located around its lake ‘Naini & quot; It is blessed with scenic beauty and a varied ecosystem. On arrival check in at pre booked hotel. After lunch day free at leisure in the hilly town for you to freely explore, Evening free for boat ride at Naini Lake or you can shop at Mall road. Tasty dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel.
Morning after breakfast we will take you for a sightseeing tour of Nainital. We will also drive past Bhim Tal, Sat Tal, Naukuchia Tal. Drive back to hotel and take some rest and lunch. After that we will drive to visit Naina Devi Temple and a sikh community worshiping place Gurudwara. Evening stroll at Mall Road or take a visit to the mall. Overnight stay in the Hotel.
After breakfast in the morning we will be driving back to Delhi. The journey of the Delhi Nainital weekend trip ends here.
You would need to follow the National Highway 9; travelling distance would be 334.30 Kilometers and travelling time would be nearly 7 hours. Then nearest railhead is Kathgodam Railway station; the names of the trains are New Delhi Kathgodam Shatabdi, Ranikhet Express etc; average travelling time would be 6.00 hours 30 minutes. The nearest Airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Summer is the best season to explore the enthralling hill station of Nainital; starting from
the month of March to the end of June is considered as the most-suitable duration.
The average temperature varies from 22°C to 31°C.
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