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Tourist’s attraction in Ranikhet


Ranikhet is a picturesque cantonment town located in the Almora district of Uttarakhand in India. This hill station stands elevated at an altitude of 1869m (6132 ft) above the sea level and is a neighbor to the rival hill station Nainital, a well known tourists’ spot in terms of Indians and foreigners alike. There is an abundance of tourist’s attraction in Ranikhet. This place belongs to the Kumaon region of Uttaranchal. So Central Kumauni along with Hindi and Garhwali are spoken here. English is also an upcoming language due to growing tourism credentials.

Ranikhet translates as The Queen’s Field in English and was named after Queen Padmini, wife of King Suhardev, who was mesmerized by its scenic splendor and chose to reside here. Her residential palace is a major tourist’s attraction at Ranikhet till date. Afterwards, the British established the Kumaon Regimental Centre in 1869, which is also a popular spot. There are an envious number of spots to enjoy along with its breathtaking views of hilly landscapes. The exact setting your pleasant vacation.

The Ranikhet Golf Course is one of the highest golf courses in the world and it is a sought-after tourist’s attraction within Ranikhet. Also living up to its accolade of Gods’ Abode, it is dotted with temples and holy shrines such as temples of Hera Khan, Jhula Devi, Kalika, Binsar Mahadev, Dronagiri, Katarmal, Bajinath, Chamarkhan, which are exemplary for their beauty. Chaubatia gardens are a fruit lover’s haunt, boasting of an assortment of fruit plantations. The artificial lake named Bhaludam is also a tourism asset.

Flora and fauna, namely oak, pine, deodar and leopards, Indian hare, langurs, Sambhars, jackals, also combine Ranikhet’s tourist attraction. The little town is famous for stunning shawls, local delicacies like Bal mithai and Singaudi. Well connected to the major towns by air, roadways and railways, Ranikhet keeps buzzing with tourists from April to June as it provides a fine relief from sweltering summer due to its pleasantly cool climate. You can also get an overview about this place on Internet prior to visit; there is no dearth in travel websites nowadays.

 


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