Places near Nanakmatta

If you are travelling to Nanakmatta, we recommend you visiting the following nearby places around Nanakmatta. Include these nearby places in your itinerary and make your visit to Nanakmatta more memorable.

Champawat: The place is rich in varied flora and fauna and also an ideal spot for bird watching. Surrounded by Nepal on the east and covered by four districts of Kumaon region, Champawat is situated at a distance of 119kms from Nanakmatta at an elevation of 1615mts above sea level.

Nainital:  It is situated at a distance of 101 kms from Nanakmatta at an elevation of 1,938mts above sea level. Nainital is named after the eye shaped Naini lake set amidst the mountains with thick alpine trees.  Nainital is a glistening pearl of the panoramic Himalayan Range blessed with spectacular natural splendours and varied flora and fauna.

Bhim Tal: It is situated at a distance of 80kms from Nanakmatta at an altitude of 1,375mts above sea level. The main attraction in Bhimtal is the Bhimtal Lake which has a small island at its centre. Bheemtal is an ancient place named after the legendary Bhima of Mahabharata when Bhima visited the place during the exile period of pandavas. Bhim Tal is older than the town of Nainital and is considered as one of the best excursions of Nainital. Bhimtal is well connected with Kathgodam and all Kumaon regions and Nepal. It is an unsolved mystery but this place might have been the part of the ancient silk route of China.

Haldwani: Haldwani is situated in the Nainital district of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand state at an average elevation of 425 mts above sea level. Haldwani is situated in the foothills of Himalayas in the bhabhar region of the Indo-Gangetic plains. Haldwani is popularly known as the 'gateway of kumaon' sharing its twin township with Kathgodam. The hills of the Kumaon region commence from this picturesque spot and the temperature decreases as you climb.

Rudrapur: It is an important city in the district of Udham Singh Nagar in Uttarakhand and also the direct headquarters. Rudrapur what we know today was originally established as a refugee camp for people coming from Pakistan, West Punjab and Burma in 1960. The Terai region was then not fit for human civilization as it was occupied by wild animals that would often attack human beings. The administration then distributed small pieces of land to several families and encouraged them to start cultivation and make it for human existence. According to legend, King Rudra was stuck in a swampy land while passing through this place on his chariot. He then decided to construct a temple and a well in this place. People say that it is the Atariya temple that was built by King Rudra. Rudrapur is situated 51kms from Nanakmatta.

Banbasa Range: It is a barrage built on the river Sharda affording striking views of the lake formed by it. This old structure is capable to enthral the visitor and transport him back to that time. A park is also located here where people can enjoy picnics and spend placid afternoons. An old Dak Bungalow constructed by the Britishers in 1923 is also situated near Banbasa Range. Banbasa Range is situated 30kms from Nanakmatta.

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