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Tourist Places To Visit In Ranikhet
Ranikhet is an old-world charm hill-station situated 1829 m above sea-level, in the state of Uttarkhand. A tourist hot spot throughout the year, the natural beauty of the Himalayan mountain ranges, dense forests and rich fruit orchards make for a magical experience, especially for city dwellers. The best time to visit is during the summer (March - July). Read below to find out our top tourist places to visit in Ranikhet.
Situated 1800 meters above level, the gardens are spread out over a massive 600 acres of land. The gardens are about 10 km away from Ranikhet, famed for the fruit orchards surrounding the area. The garden offers scenic views of the neighbouring Himalayan Mountain Ranges and is a nature lover’s paradise. It is a must visit tourist spot.
Jhula Devi Temple
Located 8 km away from Ranikhet in Kumaon Himalayas, this temple was built back in the 8th century in dedication of Goddess Durga. The devotees believe in tying a bell for every wish fulfilled by the goddess. This creates a unique atmosphere of peace and calm that makes it a must visit spot for visitors and pilgrims alike.
This temple is built in honour of Guru Haidakhan, who is said to be a descendant of Lord Shiva. There are two massive statutes of Lord Shiva and Lord Hanuman at this temple. All the Himalayan peaks can be viewed from this religiously significant temple. Visitors tend to flock here for meditation.
Upat Golf Course
Also known as the Ranikhet Golf Course, it is located about 6 km away from the Ranikhet city centre and is considered to be one of Asia’s highest golf courses. The course is maintained by the Kumaon Regiment. The course offers some breath-taking views of greenery and the surrounding Himalayan Mountains.
A famous trekking spot, 12 km from Ranikhet, this village is famed for its unparalleled panoramic views of the Himalayas as well as its numerous picnic spots. It is also well known for a temple dedicated to the Goddess Kali.
Built in 1978, this temple is located adjacent to Rani Jheel, 1 km away from Ranikhet. The magical natural beauty surrounding this temple is unreal. It is well maintained by the Indian Army.
The sister village of Ranikhet, it is located about 8 km away. The village has great historical significance. Mahatma Gandhi spent time in this village during the freedom movement against the British during the Raj, and the area itself was a hub for the movement’s activities.
This serene township can be found nestled in the Kumaon Hills of Uttarakhand at a height of 1510 meters. It is 20 km away from Ranikhet. Named the “Village of Temples”, it is well-known for the 55 temples built by the old Kayuri Sovereigns way back in the 8th century. The temples here make this a location of religious significance.