Nainital has been the real pearl of India since its discovery by the Britishers. The government has made sure that Nainital gets well connected with the rest of India. It is because of its close proximity with Delhi and Uttar Pradesh that has led to Nainital as a celebrated weekend getaway.

Nainital Distance Chart

  • Delhi to  Nainital – 320kms
  • Pithoragarh to Nainital – 180kms
  • Almora to Nainital – 68kms
  • Kausani to Nainital – 118kms
  • Bhimtal to Nainital – 24kms
  • Sattal to Nainital – 20 kms
  • Pangot to Nainital – 10 kms
  • Kainchi to Nainital – 15kms
  • Ramgarh to Nainital –
  • Mukteshwar to Nainital – 47kms
  • Haldwani to Nainital – 38kms
  • Naukuchiatal to Nainital – 28kms
  • Bageshwar to Nainital – 131kms
  • Jim Corbett National Park to Nainital – 68kms
  • Ranikhet to Nainital – 65kms
  • Bareilly to Nainital – 190kms
  • Mukteshwar to Nainital – 52kms
  • Lucknow to Nainital – 445kms
  • Haridwar to Nainital – 234kms
  • Karnaprayag to Nainital – 185kms
  • Didihat to Nainital – 183kms
  • Champawat to Nainital – 155kms
  • Meerut to Nainital – 275kms
  • Chaukori/Vijaypur to Nainital – 202 Km
  • Munsiyari to Nainital – 275 Km
  • Patal Bhuvaneshwar to Nainital

You can also see – How to reach Nainital by Bus, Flights, Trains

Nainital is a premium hill station. The cases of road blockage are very rare
except during heavy rainfall during monsoon. The town also receives heavy snowfall during winters.  Traffic is minimal except in the peak season of April-May. Nainital can also be your base for your journey to entire Kumaun.

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