Delhi to Nainital – Nostalgic Moments – 1

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Well today I was going through my photo archives and cherishing those memories when devil used to be mama’s boy going out only to known places, planned trips, knowing little about the place, with known people, some big groups, with all do’s and don’ts etc etc :). I wonder now that home I enjoyed those trips as well when diving into the unknown has a perfect state to fall in trance. But, I know time changes and I thought why not share those nostalgic memories with you as well by starting the photo log of first in the archive named "Nainitaal"

The only common thing at that time was devil used to try and capture the nature 🙂 to cherish it when he can’t be with it. I hope you will like the pictures as you know since it was all that mama’s boy trip so didn’t really have much details apart from some clicks how that placed looked like. The trip was organized through a tour operator and I feel few of us had little knowledge about it and the only thing I knew was that "I am going on a break to some taal" These lines I feel would be common for this "Nostalgic Moments" series. I hope you won’t mind 🙂

The Nainitaal Group…, everyone posing …

It was the first time I went  with such large group and I tell you it was great great great fun. Almost it was the start of my job and people had very little understanding of each other but still we planned a trip, kudos to some of the people in the group. The trip was packed with emotions, actions, drama, scripting, celebrations, cribbing, stories, trekking, boating, rain, pain, vain etc etc i.e. All that you can imagine from just-out college guys 😀 and EMOTIONAL ATYACHAAR, LOL. The sequences and drama continued even after the trip and the period now feels really enjoyable as it almost brings back the memories of college days. AWESOME… Now I will leave you with all what I was able to capture

The Nainitaal…

Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake

The Nainitaal Place…

Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake

The Nainitaal Clouds…

Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake

The Nainitaal Ducks…

Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake

The Nainitaal Views….

Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake
Nainital Lake

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18 Comments

  1. SimranSial on

    Hi,
    Thanks for shear Story for Delhi to Nainital, I like this blog and i have read this article, it is very nice tour.
    and nice pictures, awesome click.

  2. Dear Dheeraj
    First of all I thank you , In 2013 December I had taken your advice and visited Manali , solang valley , Kullu , shimla, had a great time and were lucky to get snow fall too.
    Coming next weekend 5th June to 8th June we 4 friends are planing for a short get a way from Delhi to mukhteshwar, though have no clue about mukhteshwar , whats in mukhteshwar, where to stay, even the road is it good ? Could you please help out how to plan my trip to mukhteswar , thanks in advance
    Anirudh

  3. Hi Dheeraj,

    We are group of 5 planning to visit corbett,nanital and binsar between 7 june to 13 june.Would u please help me planning the trip and suggest me some good hotels and other good location we can visit.

    • Hi Shashank,

      You can do it like 2 days at Corbett, 2 days at Nainital and around, especially Pangot and then 2 days at Binsar. One day from Binsar you can go for Patal Bhuvaneshwar trip. Regarding stays up there at Nainital either go to Pangot and pick some camping site OR stay at Fair Light Trails British Bunglow at Mallital having great view of Nainital from the rooms. At Binsar, you can check: http://devilonwheels.com/india/himalayan-hotels-guest-houses/topic1930.html

      Regards
      Dheeraj

      • Hi Dheeraj,

        Thanks for replying,the plan looks really good.But can u tell me the approx budget for it.And also if their is any one who provides good packages from Delhi.That would be really helpful.

  4. Somnath Basu on

    Hi Dheeraj,

    I am planning my honeymoon trip as below. Can you please go through the plan once and let me know if its okay or some modifications might be required.

    I am specially worried about the monsoon and probable road conditions at that time. I admit that the tour looks a bit hectic but not sure how much hectic it is going to be actually so any comment on that part is also extremely welcome.

    Thanks for all your suggestions in advance.

    Plan:

    16-Jun Del (arriving @ 10:00 AM)
    16-Jun Del-Binsar
    17-Jun Binsar
    18-Jun Binsar- Chaukori
    19-Jun Chaukori-Nainital
    20-Jun Nainital
    21-Jun Nainital
    22-Jun Nainital-Del
    23-Jun Del (flight@9:00 AM)

    Cheers,
    Somnath

    • Hello Somnath,

      Yes, rains should be OK at this time of the year. Monsoons generally arrive late July and August. Yes, Delhi to binsar seems longish but I will advice following

      16-Jun Del (arriving @ 10:00 AM)
      16-Jun Del-Binsar (longish but worth if you can go with it)
      17-Jun Binsar
      18-Jun Binsar
      19-Jun Chaukori
      20-Jun Chaukori (Patal Bhuwaneshwar)
      21-Jun Chaukori – Kasauni
      22-Jun Kasauni – Del
      23-Jun Del (flight@9:00 AM)

      This way you will be spending more time with better views and out of tourist places because Nainitaal would be full of tourists at this time. In fact if I were you, instead of binsar and Chaukori, I would have gone with to spend three days at Munsiyari and take Binsar and Chaukori as pit stops only.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

  5. Hi Deeraj, pics are so good. We are also planning to go to Nanital. Is this the right month to go der? 2 days is enough for the trip? Wat are the places to see der in Nanital? Guide me.. 🙂

    • Hi Dinesh,

      Thanks alot. But, Uttarakhand is all sought of sorry state due to landslides and flashfloods everywhere. Would suggest you to postpone your plan for the time being. Yes, two days shall be enough for Nainital.

      Regards
      Dheeraj Sharma

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  7. Girish Khullar on

    Hey Dheeraj…that really took me long time back….our first trip in first job…But I will say it looks amazing in your pics…..:)

    • Ya Girish…That was an amazing trip we had…so much of emotional drama na, if you remember :), LOL!!! Well, all memories looks great when we cherish them…and this had a milestone attached to it…"FIRST JOB" 😀

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