PLACES TO VISIT DURING NAINITAL HONEYMOON TOUR
Nainital Lake - also known as Naini Lake, it is situated in the heart of the city and it is owing to this lake that Nainital earned its name. The eye-shaped lake is a tourist hotspot and acts as a magnet for all those visiting the hill resort. Here, a person can either takes a leisurely stroll or indulges in boating and enjoys the surrounding beauty.
Naina Devi Temple - the temple is located on the northern shore of Naini lake. The presiding deity of the temple is Maa Naina Devi represented by two Netras or eyes. Nainital is believed to be one of the 64 Shaktipeeths, where one of the body parts (the eyes or naina) of Goddess Sati fell, when Lord Shiva carried her body. The shrine of Naina Devi is a must visit for devout hindus.
Jim Corbett National Park - situated in the north-west of Nainital, the national park contains a wide variety of wild life including Elephant, Tiger, Chital, Sambar Deer, Nilgai, Gharial, King Cobra, Muntjac, Wild Boar, Hedgehog and nearly 600 species of birds. This park is paradise for Bird Watchers. One can have a Jungle Safari by jeep or Jeep Safari and can have spectacular view of wild nature.
Sat Tal Lake - literally Seven Lakes at a distance of about 23 km (14 mi) from Nainital in the Lower Himalayan Range. It is a cluster of small interconnected lakes in the midst of an old oak forest. On approaching Sattal, the first lake encountered is the Nal-Damyanti Lake, next it is the Panna or Garude lake, and finally there is a cluster of three lakes: Ram, Laxman, and Sita lakes.
Bhim Tal Lake - situated 22 km from the city center, Bhimtal Lake is the biggest lake of Nainital named after the second Pandava brother Bhima in the Mahābhārata who was known for his prodigious strength. The lake, which is larger than Naini Lake, is approximately 22 km (14 mi) from Nainital. There is an island in the lake with a popular restaurant on it.