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Nainital is one of the exclusive hill stations in the northern belt of India solely known for the honeymoon and recreational tourism. Nainital is exactly located in the Kumaon foothills and one can have the pristine sight of ridges and snow ranges from this hill station. The focal point of attraction in Nainital is the famous Naini Lake. This lake reflects the truly glorious beauty of nature and is an ideal spot for boating. There are many eating points around the lake. There is reference of Nainital in the Puranas, the sacred religious books of Hinduism. There are many spectacular places or zones near Nainital having a wide significance from the tourist point of view.

For the environmentalist, the Jim Corbett national park is a major attraction. This park finds its name after the legendary hunter turned environmentalist Jim Corbett. Move a distance of 22km from Nainital and reach the famous Bhimtal Lake. This lake is named after the legendary warrior Bhima of Mahabharata.