From now on, you will have to pay to visit these places in Nainital, otherwise the trip will remain incomplete.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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We always take our car and leave for Nainital on weekends. No matter how much traffic there is, no matter how long we have to wait in traffic jams, everyone becomes crazy about Nainital. Now you see how crowded Nainital is during holidays, meaning thousands and lakhs of people come here to visit. In such a situation, the Forest Department of Uttarakhand has recently started entry fees at two great places to visit.

Yes, now you will have to pay a fee of Rs 50 before going here. This initiative has been started to maintain the beauty and cleanliness of this place. “These ecologically sensitive areas” mean those areas which are very special naturally, so it is very important to take care of them. Let us tell you which are the two places where you will be charged an entry fee.

So there will be an admission fee

According to an official, “It is very important to charge an entry fee, he says that the fee is being charged for better management of the forests. This step has been taken especially to reduce the problem of plastic waste. Because plastic waste spread by tourists has become a big concern for the department. He says that by issuing entry tickets, visitors will understand the responsibility of keeping these beautiful natural places clean.”

These are the two places

There are two amazing places in Nainital district, Tiffin Top and China Peak, where you will have to pay an entry fee to go. But not everyone agrees with this decision, they say that this will reduce tourists, because China Peak is a very high altitude trek and in such a situation, charging a fee will reduce people's interest.

This place is beautiful for eco-tourism

This place is beautiful for eco-tourism

Nainital is a beautiful destination for eco-tourism in Uttarakhand, but this place is not just for travel enthusiasts and nature lovers! Uttarakhand is surrounded by lush green forests, clean lakes and high mountains, which offer a mesmerizing view. Nainital is the perfect place to see the beauty of nature.

There are many places other than Nainital

There are many places other than Nainital

These things are not just about Nainital, there are many other beautiful places to visit in Uttarakhand, each place has its own charm. From the serene hill stations of Mussoorie and Ranikhet to the religious places of Rishikesh and Haridwar, you will get plenty of opportunities for travel and adventure. Whether you want to trek in the beautiful valleys of the Himalayas or enjoy the colorful culture of a hill village, a trip to Uttarakhand gives you sights worth remembering for a lifetime.

How To Reach Nainital

How To Reach Nainital

By plane: Nainital can also be visited by air, as the nearest airport is at Pantnagar, which is 70 km away. The nearest convenient airport to visit Nainital is Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. If you are travelling by air, fly to Delhi airport and opt for a taxi or an overnight bus to reach Nainital.

by the road: The easiest and most convenient way to reach Nainital is by road. Buses, sharing taxis and private taxis are easily available from Delhi, Dehradun, Almora, Haldwani and other cities of North India.

by train : The nearest railway station to Nainital is Kathgodam, which is about 23 km away. Regular trains run to Kathgodam from Delhi, Dehradun, Lucknow, Agra, Mathura and other cities in North India. Buses and taxis are available outside the Kathgodam railway station.

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