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How To Reach Nainital From Hyderabad

A divine land of Garhwalis and Kumaonis
Tourism In Uttarakhand

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Best time to visit:

Oct - Jun

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Ideal Duration:

6 - 7 Days

Starting from

Rs. 1,700

Himalayas Adventure Hills

How To Reach Uttarakhand

From-To Distance By Air By Train By Road
Hyderabad to Uttarakhand -31.0 hours-

How To Reach Nainital From Hyderabad

Nainital is one of the best known hill stations located in the North of India which is known for its surrounding Kumaon hills and the natural hot springs. There are a number of attractions found in this colonial hill station town that invite tourists from different parts of the country. From temples to wildlife, to luxurious resorts; Nainital has a lot to offer to the travellers coming here in the quest of some relaxation and adventure.

Hyderabad to Nainital By Air: There are no direct flights that cover the distance from Hyderabad to Nainital by air. One has an option to fly to the nearest airport i.e. the Dehradun airport from where there are a number of cabs available to continue the journey to Nainital.

Hyderabad to Nainital By Train: If you are wondering how to reach Nainital from Hyderabad by train, then you may have to prepare yourself for a long train journey. The best way to reach Nainital from Hyderabad by train is to reach New Delhi station from where there are frequent trains available taking you upto Nainital. Considering the flight journey from Hyderabad is also a long one, a train seems to be the best option if you are travelling with family of kids and senior citizens.

Hyderabad to Nainital By Road: The distance from Hyderabad to Nainital by road is certainly not for those who are prone to motion sickness or can’t take long drives. The road is smooth overall however, it does have patches which include hilly climbs and rough patches. If you don't wish to drive down, you can easily hire an outstation cab to cover this journey.

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When is the off season of Uttarkhand?

The off-season in Uttrakhand is from April through September during the monsoon season when the prices fall and tourists can avail heavy discounts on their tour packages.

Is Uttarakhand safe to visit?

Uttarkhand is completely safe for tourists as there is heavy security and precautionary measures in place all around. As a cautionary safety measure, tourists should avoid staying in hotels that are built on the flood plains of a river and shoudl avoid driving during the rainy season as there could be landslides. Apart from this, Uttarakhand is a delightful destiantion to enjoy a holiday in.

What are some of the best souveneirs to pick up in Uttarakhand?

There are many items and handicrafts one can pick up in Uttarakhand such as wooden handicrafts, rice and tea items, woolens, strawberries, handmade accessories and cherries and apples. 

Are permits required for treks in Uttarkhand?

Yes, permits are required for certain treks in Uttarkhand and tourists can find out all the necessary infromation beforehand from the tourist office. The permits can also be availed from the tourist office after submitting ID proof and photographs.

What kind of food can one find in Uttarakhand?

Tourists can find several authentic tasty dishes in Uttarakhand like: Bal Mithai is a chocolate-like fudge, made from roasted khoya and coated with white sugar. Dubka is made from different kinds of lentils which are ground and made into a curry-like dish and flavored with different spices. Chains is a dish made out of whole urad that are roasted, ground and made into a soup. Kaap is prepared with spinach leaves that are made into a paste and then cooked. Jhoi is a dish that is seasoned with curry leaves and curd.