Nainital, a charming hill station in the Kumaon Hills, is named after its distinctive lake, Naini Lake.
This place has a lot to see and do, and you won't have to deal with annoying and money-hungry guides.
From snow-covered Himalayan peaks and thick woods to deep-rooted culture and warm-hearted people, this location is beautiful and charming.
Almora, a horseshoe-shaped hill station in the Himalayas, has a pre-British past and an idyllic atmosphere.
Lansdowne is a quaint, picturesque village that lies far away from the rush and bustle of the city and so rarely visited by tourists.
The British built Ranikhet as a hill station around old temples, the hills of the Himalayas, and forests.
Kausani, one of Uttarakhand's most beautiful hill stations, has a lush green valley, pine tree forests, meandering creeks, solitude, and stunning Himalayan peaks.
Binsar, a small hamlet surrounded by oak, pine, and deodar forests, has several tourist attractions, including green meadows, temples, and the Binsar animal sanctuary.
At a height of 1370 meters above sea level, Bhimtal has temples in the middle of green mountains and a clear blue lake.
Mukteshwar is a small hill town famous for adventure sports including rock climbing, rappelling, and the Himalayan views.