Nainital is a popular hill station of Uttarakhand because of its scenic beauty, pristine mother nature, lakes and it has a varied topography.
Nainital is adored by millions of nature lovers and often referred as the ‘Lake District’ of India. Some of the most important hill stations in the district are Nainital, Haldwani, Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, Kaladungi, Ramnagar, Mukteshwar, Bhowali, Ramgarh, Ranikhet.
It is formerly a British hill station set around a popular eye-shaped beautiful Lake with Naina Devi Hindu temple on its north shore towards Tibetan market.
Nainital is also a shopper’s paradise known for its wide range of Chinese winter apparels, toys and accessories for all age groups, Convent schools, a rich history, high altitude zoo for wildlife lovers, number of magnificent heritage sites and Victorian buildings constructed during British colonial rule that you would want to miss:
Nainital is adored by millions all year round, but snowfall makes the city a winter wonderland and tourist from Delhi/NCR region and other parts of the world makes this city a most happening place during snowfall.
Best time to see snowfall in Nainital – Snowfall in Nainital does not occur very often. However, tourist can expect a sudden climate change from sunny to cloudy or partly cloudy one time and moderate to heavy rain in the matter of a min, the weather here is so unfortunate, and one cannot rely on to the forecast prediction.
Note – December End till January Mid-month is the best time to visit Nainital to see white snowfall, but like said above the weather here is so unfortunate and one cannot rely on to forecast prediction.
Summer – March till June (Ideal time)
Monsoon – July till September (Rainy season is a bit unsafe for tourists a due to a landslide. Tourist can visit hill stations like Bhimtal & Naukuchiatal as the monsoon at these places are very pleasing and brings a completely different atmosphere which is quite enjoyed by the tourists and that too in complete safe zone.
Winter – October till February