Top 10 Tourist Attractions In Haldwani, India!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Near the Haldwani train station is a theme park called Devbhoomi Adventure Land. This park is fun for people of all ages. with water rides and roller coasters.

Dev Bhoomi Adventure Land


The Goddess Sheetla Devi is honoured at Shitla Devi Temple. The temple is in the Sanjay Van area of Haldwani, and Maharaja Jai Singh II built it in the year 1727 AD.

Sheetla Devi Temple


The Guala Barrage is a dam on the Kali River in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is in the Pithoragarh district.

Gaula Barrage


The Nainital district of Uttarakhand has a large area of forest called Sanjay Van. It's about 2 km from the centre of the city and has a lot of trees and greenery.

Sanjay Van


The temple is on the banks of the Kali Ganga, a river that runs through Haldwani. It was built in 1770, and the government has been taking care of it ever since.

Kali Chaur Temple


Naukuchiatal is a beautiful lake in Nainital, Uttarakhand. It is also called Naini Lake. The lake is 6.5 kilometres long and 29 square kilometres in size.



The mall is on Haldwani's main road, so it's easy to get there from the city. Follow the signs for "Haldwani" and look for a big sign that says "Walkaway Mall" if you are driving.

Walkaway Mall


A small town in Haldwani, Uttarakhand, called Chotti Haldwani Town. It is 3.2 kilometres from the Haldwani railway station.

Chotti Haldwani Town


In Haldwani, Uttarakhand, there is a spiritual place called the Haidakhan Ashram. It is on the bank of the river Ramganga.

Haidakhan Ashram


This is one of the most important forts in India. It is on a hilltop in Uttarakhand, and it looks out over the town of Haldwani.

The Haldwani Fort