Visit Ranikhet: Enjoy The Snow Clad Himalayan Peaks!

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Ruchika Mandora

Temples and religious sites are among Ranikhet's tourism attractions. Check out Ranikhet's top attractions.

Haidakhan, who is believed to be an embodiment of Lord Shiva, created the Haidakhan Bababji Temple, one of Ranikhet's top attractions.

Haidakhan Temple


Chaubatia Garden is famous for its peach, apple, plum, and apricot orchards. These gardens are ideal for picnics and day trips, 10 km from Ranikhet.

Chaubatia Gardens


Majkhali is one of the most laid-back villages in the state of Uttarakhand. It is best known for the beautiful nature that surrounds it.



Jhula Devi Temple in Ranikhet is dedicated to Goddess Durga. According to mythology, this temple protects locals from wild animals.

Jhula Devi Temple


Tarikhet, a hill station eight kilometres from Ranikhet, is a popular destination for environment and history lovers.

Tarikhet Village


Dwarahat is sacred and rich in heritage. Dwarahat's 55 mediaeval Katyuri King-built temples demonstrate the region's rich history and architectural skill.



Upat Golf Course is one of the best destinations for golfers and environment lovers to visit, located five to six kilometres from Ranikhet.

Upat Golf Course


The park is the first and only one in Ranikhet that was built just for kids. It is all built on high hills and has a jungle theme.

Ashiyana Park


The site of the dam is surrounded by natural beauty, including a full view of the Himalayan Mountains, peace, and beautiful scenery.

Bhalu Dam


Mankameshwar Temple worships Ma Kalika, Lord Shiva, and Radha Krishna. Divine travellers must visit this Indian Army Kumaon Regiment-built site.

Mankameshwar Temple