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Kali Chaur
Kali Chaur is an temple dedicated to Maa Kali. Its also a soft trek 2 km from main road, ideal spot for camping and picnicking. Kali Chaur is at a distance of 10 km from Haldwani in Golapar with scenic views.

Shitla Mandir
Shitla Mandir is an temple dedicated to goddess Durga situated at Ranibagh (10 km from Haldwani). Its also a soft trek 1 km from main road, its also an ideal spot for camping and pickinc.

Gaula Barrage
Gaula Barrage is an ideal spot for camping, sightseeing and picnicking. This attractive tourist spot with scenic views is located on the Gaula River. This barrage was made for the purpose of irrigation and now this place is a tourist spot where families visit whole a visit to Kumaon.

Hedakhan Ashram
The scenic beauty of Hedakhan Ashram and the calmness of this area has made it a popular must visit destination of Haldwani. It is situated a few kilmoetres from Kathgodam on the banks of Gaula river. You can spend whole day here without getting bored as there are numerous artistically constructed temples and caves across the river.

Sanjay Van

Sanjay Van is a part of Tanda Range Forest located in Pantnagar. It is a picturesque place situated at a distance of 23 Km from Haldwani.

Ranibagh
Eight kilometres north of Haldwani at Ranibagh is Chitrashila Ghat, Hindu cremation ground. A fair called Uttarayani is held here on Makar Sankranti annualy.

Asht Bujha Lakshmi Temple

Asht Bujha Lakshmi Temple is situated at Goraparow, a distance of 10 Km from Haldwani (Haldwani - Lalkuan Road).

Nainital

The nucleus of Nainital's uncomparable beauty is beautiful lake. In the day, mirrored in its waters stand seven proud hills, dotted with pretty cottages and villas. More beautiful than this however is the lake at night when the myriads of bulbs from the hill sides and quite a large number hanging near the lake's edge stab their magic light into its waters.

Corbett Park
Corbett is inhibiting 580 species of birds including water fowl, 17 types of woodpecker, raptors like Pallas fishing eagle, harriers and kites, peafowl, khaliz pheasant, the rare chir phesant, red jungle fowl, minivets, shrikes, cuckos, drongos and barbets. A fine reservoir on the river formed with the building of a dam at Kalagarh now attracts diverse species of water birds - both local and migratory The common birds seen here are ducks snipe egrets, herons, spotted eagle, harrier, woodpecker, darter, cormorants and thrushes.

Amongst the birds are the pea fowl, the jungle fowl, grey and black partridge, pigeons, quails, kingfisher, kite, lark and the woodpecker. Elephants are among one of the main attractions of Jim Corbett Park. Several elephants live in the park, but they keep moving to the adjacent areas in search of food. The Ramganga is the home of the prehistoric reptiles, gharial, mahaseer fishes and the mugger. The gharial has been saved from extinction in the park through captive breeding. A few species of turtles and tortoises are also found in and around lake.

   



Guest Reviews

"Value for money"
I would just like to share my experience of this hotel. I had to stay at this place for two days and i had a comfortable and peaceful stay.

"Nice stay with smiling people"
nice rooms in place like Haldwani, good food with very warm service. we checked in late night and food was served with smiling face. extended our stay for 1 more night after such a behaviour. thanking you guys again and will come again. will surely recommend this hotel to everyone.


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