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Nainital-Pithorgarh-Chaukori-Munsyari

Nainital | Pithoragarh | Chaukori | Munsyari
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Collect the memories of the beautiful sights and places you have visited at Nainital and don’t forget the boating in Naini Lake. Simple and innocent people are famous for their culture and life.

NAINITAL

 

Set around a tal or lake, this small town with cottage-like houses and steep mountains covered with green forests is one of the most sought-after summer destinations of India. This charming hill station of Uttaranchal (former Uttar Pradesh), situated at an altitude of 1,938 metres, has many villas, bungalows, and a number of other sites of tourist importance.
Many legends are associated with how the town came to be called Nainital. It is said that the name of the place has been derived from the Naini Lake that lies just in the middle of the town. Legend also has it that after Sati, Lord Shiva’s consort, committed suicide at the yajna of Daksha Prajapati, Lord Shiva roamed across the universe carrying her dead body. During that period, Sati’s eye fell near the lake, where the Naina Devi temple now stands. The waters of the lake are therefore considered sacred and the Naina Devi temple is the venue of an annual autumn fair.
However, legends apart, it was in 1841 when an Englishman named Barron chanced upon the lake. Fascinated by the scenic beauty of the lake and thickly forested hills, he constructed a house here. By 1858, Nainital became a well-known hill station, and within a few years it became the summer seat of the provincial government.
The climate of Nainital is cool and pleasant. The best season to visit this place is during summer between March and June. However, the monsoon season that lasts from June to late August is best avoided.

 

Sightseeing : Places to visit in destination - Nainital


The hill station of Nainital offers a wonderful retreat from the hectic life of towns and cities. The high-rising Himalayas, the tree-covered hillsides, beautiful walks and enchanting lakes mesmerize all those who visit this place. Though overcrowded in summer, exploring the resort in off-season can also prove to be an interesting experience. Some of the interesting spots that one can visit here are Snow View, Naini Peak, Dorothy’s seat, Land’s end, Hanuman Garhi, State Observatory and the Mall.

 

Excusions : Places nearby city - Nainital


Moving around Nainital can prove to be an equally interesting experience. One gets to see the region’s finest flora and fauna besides getting a closer view of some of the highest peaks of the enchanting Himalayas. A major attraction around Nainital is the Corbett National Park, one of the finest national parks in the country. Besides Corbett, one can visit Mukteshwar, Sat Tal, Almora, Ranikhet, Kasauni, Ramnagar and Naukuchiya Tal.


MUNSIYARI

 

Munsiyari is a quaint hamlet situated in one of the uppermost part of Kumaon region in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand state. Located in the base of the great Himalayan range, Munsiyari hill station is perched at an altitude of 2200mts above sea level. Munsiyari is also written as Mansiari and Munsyari.

 

The word Munsiyari refers to a 'place with snow'. Munsiyari is situated on the banks of Goriganga River and it is getting popular as a tourist destination. Munsiyari is an ideal destination for mountaineers, glacier enthusiasts, high altitude trekkers, adventurers and nature lovers. It acts as a base camp or hub for the adventurers trekking to glaciers and lakes. Munsiyari also falls on the ancient salt route from Tibet and is at the entrance of the Johar Valley.

 

The region is mainly inhabited by Bhotias (Tibetan tribes). Munsiyari was a previously a restricted area as it is wedged in between the borders of India, Tibet and Nepal. But Munsiyari is now emerging as a popular trekking destination and the government of Uttarakhand is also promoting this paradise of Kumaon.

 

The drive to Munsiyari is breathtaking with splendid mountains and valleys waiting to be unveiled at every bend. Munsiyari is rich in diversified flora and fauna. Rhododendron and deodar trees are found in abundant here. The region is home of leopard, panther, mountain bear, musk deer and other animals and birds. Invigorating view of Himalayan range is distinctly visible from Munsiyari.

 

Munsiyari received snowfall during winters and monsoon is not the best time to visit Munsiyari. Munsiyari is the base camp for the trekkers heading towards glaciers of Kumaon.


PITHORGARH

 

Pithoragarh town is delight for mountaineers, trekkers, adventure seekers, botanists, pilgrims as well as sightseers. It is an important halt on the famous Kailash Mansarovar Yatra route. The rivers originating from the Pithoragarh mountains are perfect for water sports, while the lush jungles here teem with rich variety of flora and fauna.

This eastern most district of Uttaranchal popularly called as 'Miniature Kashmir', shares international boundary with China (Tibet) on the north and Nepal on the east. The northern parts are studded with majestic peaks like Nanda Devi (east), Nanda Devi (west), Trishul, Nandakot, Rajrambha, Panchachuli group etc. The alpine meadows and glaciers below these majestic mountains has made the district a virtual paradise for nature lovers.


CHAUKORI  

                                                                                                          

Chaukori is imbued with the breathtaking beauty of Pithoragarh district. It offers a magnificent view of the Panchchuli peaks and has few rivals for spectacular Himalayan sunrises and sunsets. Visitors to this lesser-known part of Kumaon can enjoy nature at her pristine best. Forests of pine, oak and rhododendron are interspersed with cornfields and orchards. The climate is conducive to the growth of tea, which is cultivated by some enterprising locals. Chaukori holds the promise of an idyllic vacation, and a close communication with nature.

Day 01 : Arrive Kathgodam - Nainital
On arrival at Kathgodam meeting & assistance and straight drive to Nainital. On arrival check in at Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 02 : In Nainital
Full day visit Nainital city. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 03 : Nainital - Pithoragarh
After breakfast depart by surface to Pithoragarh. On arrival check in at Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 04 : In Pithoragarh
Morning visit the Pithoragarh town. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 05 : Pithoragarh - Chaukori
After breakfast depart by surface to Chaukori, en-route visiting Patel Bhubneshwar. On arrival check- in at Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 06 : Chaukori  - Munsyari
After breakfast depart by surface to Munsyari, en-route visiting Birthi Fall. On arrival, check in at Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 07 : Munsyari  - Dharchula
After breakfast depart by surface to Dharchula. On arrival, check -in at Hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 08 : Dharchula - Pithoragarh
After breakfast depart by surface to Pithoragarh. On arrival, check in at Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

 

Day 09 : Depart Pithoragarh
In time transfer to nearest railway station /airport to board train/flight for onward destination.

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