In Uttarakhand District, northern India, Ranikhet is a hill station. It's renowned for its Himalayan views. Jhula Devi Temple, dedicated to the Hindu goddess Durga, is decorated with hundreds of bells. In the terraced orchards of Chaubatia Gardens, fruit trees flourish with views of peaks, including Nanda Devi.
Ranikhet tourist places
Majkhali : Located 13 km away from Ranikhet, this beautiful sightseeing spot is a must-see. Offering breathtaking views of Mount Trishul, the location is great for lovers of nature. A lazy lunch, some outdoor games and stunning views of the surrounding mountains would be an action packed afternoon here.
You will enjoy the melodious sounds of the calm atmosphere and the soft chirping of birds, away from the hustle and bustle of city noise. There are a variety of walking trails across the foothills for the more adventurous.
Ram Mandir: It is one of Ranikhet's main tourist attractions, situated near the Chaubatia Gardens and 7 km from the city centre. To the hilltop where the temple is located, a small flight of stairs goes. Rama Mandir has a monastery in Sant Sri Mouni Maharaj, where students are taught ancient Vedas along with Vedic and modern mathematics. Those with a particular interest in the Vedas should not miss the opportunity to visit this temple.
Bhalu Dam : Bhaludam, in Ranikhet, is considered one of the best places to visit. It is a small, artificially-made lake. It's located 3 km away, just below the Chaubattia Orchard. The lake was built by the British Government in 1903. Natural beauties, panoramic views of the Himalayan Mountains, peaceful and beautiful surroundings nourish the dam site.
Near the dam, the small but beautiful garden is serene and peaceful. The singing of birds, the cool breeze and snow-capped valleys makes the dam area a great holidaying spot for the nature loving visitors all over the world. The dam site is open year-round for visitors.
Haidakhan Babaji Temple : Haidakhan Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is a Hindu temple located in the Chilianuala district of Almora in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, approximately 4 km from the famous Ranikhet hill station. It was built by Shri Haidakhan Maharaj who is said to be the manifestation (avatar) of Lord Shiva.
A large number of devotees and visitors from all over the world are attracted to the devotion and the holy place of this magnificent temple. From the vicinity of this temple, one can get a spectacular view of the giant Himalayan peaks, including Pancha Chooli, Nanda Devi and Trishul Parvat. All the people visiting this place are equally welcomed and an ideal place to rejuvenate and refresh you from the hectic city life 's constant hustling and bustling.
Golf Ground Ranikhet : Upat is a small town located 5 km from Ranikhet in the lap of the Garhwal Himalayas. The town is popularly recognised by the Indian army for its 9-hole golf course. This Golf Course is also considered to be one of the highest in Asia.
You should certainly try to play a game here if you're mad about golf. Another big tourist attraction near the Upat golf course is the 'Kalika Temple,' dedicated to Goddess Kali, one of the famous places to visit in Ranikhet. Located 1 km from Upat, in the town of Kalika, this temple is visited by many visitors who come to Ranikhet.
The Jhoola Devi Temple : Established in the 8th century, the Jhoola Devi Temple of Ranikhet is an ancient relic located 7 km from the town. Goddess Durga is the superior deity of this temple, and it is believed in this temple that Jhoola Devi has the power to satisfy the wishes of all her devotees.
The temple houses a clump of holy bells attached to its walls, believed to grant wishes for ringing. This temple was constructed according to mythology to seek Durga 's protection for the wild animals in the area. After being directed by the goddess herself in her dream, the statue of Goddess Durga is said to have been unearthed by a shepherd from a specific location. This temple is built on the same spot where this idol was collected from.
Binsar Mahadev Temple : Established 19 km away from Ranikhet, this temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is considered one of Ranikhet's most popular places to visit. It is believed that in this temple, lighting a diya on the day of Vaikunth Chaturdeshi will satisfy a child's longing. During their vacations in Ranikhet, many tourists and childless couples visit the temple.
Located in the heart of thick pine and deodar forests, with fresh water springs flowing in the town, this temple makes it a must-see for individuals seeking solitude.
Sunset Points: There are many sunset spots in Ranikhet that offer a view of the snow-capped Himalayan Mountains. These points in Ranikhet are considered to be one of the most beautiful places to visit. Machkhali, located near Woodvilla Point between Transit Camp and Ganiadeoli, is the most prominent among these.
On the road from Jhoola Devi Temple to Bhargaon, too. The mesmerising beauty of the snow-capped Himalayan range, soaked in various shades of the setting sun, can not be represented in words in most areas. These are the places that are ideal for you if you want to spend a quiet holiday in the lap of Mother Nature and away from the busy city.
Tarikhet villageTarikhet is a small but popular mountain resort located 8 km from the town of Ranikhet. During the Indian struggle for independence, this village is a popular as a momentous place. The Gandhi Kutiya, which is said to be the place where Mahatma Gandhi rested for a long time during the fight for liberty, is the most famous attraction.
This place is also known for its small huts used during the struggle for freedom and the Golu Devta temple, which is venerated in the Kumaon region. In the winters, the village is very cold and in the summers it stays moderate, and is best enjoyed from March to October.
Chaubatia: The 'Chaubatia Garden' is renowned for its beautiful orchards of peaches, apples, plums and apricots, and is considered one of the best places to visit in Ranikhet. Stationed for 10 km at a distance. These gardens, situated in the heart of Ranikhet, are a nice place for picnics and day trips.
In the Himalayan region, these gardens are also one of the finest examples of step farming. More than 200 varieties of fruits and flowers make up this orchard. Within its proximity, a research laboratory is also located. Accompanied by this, this place 's surroundings give panoramic views of the majestic Himalaya's snow covered mountain peaks, as well as a few religious spots such as Nanda Devi Temple, Trishul, Nandaghunti, and Nilkanth.
Departing from Chennai airport.
Morning arrival at Uttarakhand airport.
Proceed towards Ranikhet.
Hotel Check in.
Then proceed to visit Ranikhet major attractions such as Golf Ground, Chaubatia Garden, Rani Jheel, Bhalu Dam and Ashiyana Park
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Ranikhet.
Morning Breakfast at Hotel.
Then proceed to visit Ranikhet major attractions such as Sunset Point , Majkhali, Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum , Tarikhet Village and Binsar Mahadev Mandir.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Ranikhet.
Morning Breakfast and then Check out from Hotel.
Then proceed to visit Ranikhet major attractions such as Jhula Devi Temple, Haidakhan Babaji Temple, Mankameshwar Temple and Sun Temple.
Then proceed towards airport.
Finally drop at Uttarakhand airport.
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