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Ranikhet

Ranikhet - The Queen's Meadow

Ranikhet is located in the Almora district of Uttarakhand. It is located at an altitude of 1829 meters above sea level. The meaning of the word Ranikhet is the queen’s meadow. It is rich in natural beauty and an admired tourist spot. Here you can get the best view of the Himalayan ranges. Ranikhet is having a lush green forest of Pine trees which attracts much wildlife too. The scented mountain breeze, heavenly feeling and the panoramic view of Himalayan ranges covered in snow attract many tourists each year. Ranikhet is a peaceful hill station, less crowded with people. It is an ideal tourist destination for friends, family, foreigners, kids, couples, and groups.

This picturesque hill station was discovered by the Britishers. The headquarters of the Kumaon regiment was established by Britishers in Ranikhet in the year 1869. They used this place as a retreat where they can stay away from the heat during the summer season. Ranikhet is the home for the Kumaon regiment center and Naga regiment and this is maintained by the Indian Army. The main city is crowded with people but the military area offers calmness and scenic beauty.

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Ranikhet Tour Package From Kathgodam
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The best time to visit Ranikhet is from February to November. The weather remains pleasant throughout the year. Winters become cold and chilly to heavy woolens are to be taken along while traveling.

One can enjoy various activities in Ranikhet such as one of the best hill golf courses of 9 holes in the country which is located at a distance of 5 km from the Ranikhet town. You can also enjoy the trek from Chaubatia Orchards to Holm Farm with family and friends. You can also enjoy other treks from the Ranikhet club to Chevron Rosemount, Chaubatia to Bhula Dam, Meghdoot to Jhula Devi temple, and Chaubatia to Bhula dam.

In the market of Ranikhet, you can purchase the acclaimed Baal mithai which is the well-known sweet of Uttarakhand. Baal mithai consists of dense milk and is covered with sugar dabs. You can likewise purchase another sweet, Singaudi which is rich in Ghee and sugar. Other than this you can likewise purchase wraps, from shops close to the old church. There are markets like Sadar Bazar, Latkurti marketplace, and Zaroori market and from these business sectors, you can purchase stuff like candles, handiworks, and garments for your loved ones.

The nearest railway station is located at a distance of 88 km which is Kathgodam. Kathgodam is well connected to the major cities of India like Delhi, Lucknow, and Kolkata. You can get the direct bus and taxi to Ranikhet which is at a distance of 96km.

Throughout the mid-year season that is from April to June, the temperature goes from 8°C to 22°C. During the storm, it gets the normal precipitation and the temperature ranges between 5°C to 20°C. The colder time of year season turns out to be truly crisp and the temperature goes from 3°C to 7°C. You need to convey the light woolens during the late spring and weighty woolens during the wintertime.

Ranikhet has a lush green forest of Pine trees which attracts much wildlife too.  Here you can explore some attractions such as Chaubatia Gardens, Haidakhan Temple, Jhula Devi temple, Bhula Dam, Mankameshwar Temple and Tarikhet Village.

This is a Mela coordinated at a regular interval of 12 years in Haridwar city. Alongside Haridwar, it is likewise celebrated in Nasik, Prayagraj, and Ujjain. At the point when Samudra Manthan was held, the drops of Amrit ( Holy water of Immortality) fell on these four spots while the Son of Indra was conveying it. A great number of devotees accumulate in this festival from around the world. Individuals take a plunge in the sacred water of Ganga in Brahma Kund to limit their wrongdoings and to get Moksha. Individuals light Diya and lamps to venerate this sacred waterway. It is a tremendous social event and one of the blessed customs in the Hindu religion.

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