The hill town of Nainital is well known. But a lot of tourists go to Nainital. Come, we'll tell you about some offbeat or little-known Nainital attractions that need to be discovered.

Cave Garden

It is a system of hanging gardens and natural underneath tunnels that are linked. It has seven interconnecting caverns with animal names including tiger, porcupine, and panther.

Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary

The Sanctuary is a forested region with oak, pine & rhododendron trees all around. It is home to about 580 different bird species. The icing on the cake is the location in which Pangot is situated.

Golu Devta Temple

Another name for Ghorakhal Golu Devta is the god of justice. The temple is exquisitely positioned atop Ghorakhal hill, facing out at Bhimtal Lake.

Naukuchia Tal

It is renowned for its stunning scenery and lush surroundings and has 9 corners. Many water-based activities available in and around the lake. It is famous for the mesmerizing beauty of terrain and green landscapes.

Sat Tal

A network of seven freshwater lakes is known as Sattal or Sat Tal. There are many birds here, which is ideal for birdwatchers.


The glory of Bhimtal is a stunning lake that provides visitors with breathtaking views. 

There is an island with a lovely aquarium in the middle of a lake. Visitors arrive here in boats.