G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, also known as Pantnagar University, is the first agricultural university of India. It was inaugurated by Jawahar Lal Nehru on 17 November 1960 as the "Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University"
Nainital Lake- 26 K.m.
Nainital is the crowned jewel of the mighty Himalayan Ranges. A small town in the hills of Kumaon, Nainital is surrounded by hills and mountains on three sides. Blessed with the splendor of natural resources, Nainital once housed 60 Lakes. Today, Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, Khurpatal, Sattal, and Shyamtal are the major attractions in the region besides Naini Lake. As per the Hindu Mythology, Nainital is one of the 64 ‘Shakti Peeths’ where the parts of charred body of Sati fell. When one watches the Naini Lake from a high altitude, the lake appears in an emerald eye form. Sightseeing, relaxation, adventure, devotion, and commercial space: Nainital is an amalgamation of every pleasure one seeks to devour.
Bhimtal Lake - 4 K.m.
Bhimtal Lake that is name after legendary character from famous mythological verses of Hindus, Mahabharata: Bhim. Known for the rich coverage of floral species, Bhimtal is a perennial lake with phenomenal aqua life. From varied recreational activities to surreal nature’s view, you get the most satisfying experience near these lakes.
Naukuchiyatal Lake - 500mts.
Naukuchiatal (aka lake of nine corners) is a small hill station in Nainital District that is surrounded by tree-covered hills. Along with tempting activities such as paragliding, rowing, paddling or yachting, the valley offers an amazing opportunity of sightseeing, bird watching, boating etc. Lake Naukuchiatal is the deepest of all the lakes in Nainital region. Let’s help you through some of the most exciting visiting places nearby that would be a treat of your travel here.
Ranikhet - 54 K.m.
Situated approximately 73 Kms from Naukuchiatal, Ranikhet is famous as the famous Kumaon Regimental Center is headquartered here. Besides, its untapped natural glory is enough to leave the viewers spellbound.
Kathgodam Railway Station - 25 k.m.
Kathgodam railway station is railway station located in Kathgodam town near Haldwani in Nainital district of Uttarakhand State of India. The station code is KGM and is 101 km from the headquarters of the Izzatnagar railway division of North Eastern Railway Zone of Indian Railways. There are four platforms.
Haldwani -28 k.m.
Haldwani is the second most populous city, the largest commercial market in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. With a population of 3,64,129 in 2019, it is also the largest city of the Kumaon region. Haldwani is located in the Nainital District, and is one of its eight Subdivisions.
GhoraKhal Mnadir- 16.5 k.m
Ghorakal is the place situated in the Nainital district of the Uttarakhand state of India Ghorakhal
Mukteshwar 44 k.m.
With the most exquisite view of the Himalayas, Mukteshwar is a renowned destination in the vicinity, only about 27 Kms from Ramgarh.
Sattal 17 k.m.
Sattal Lake is the most prominent combination of inter-connected network of seven freshwater lakes. Situated at an altitude of 1380 meters, Sattal Lake is the most unspoiled and cleanest water source in Uttarakhand. Fringed are lush green coverage of swaying oak and pine forest on the top and the famous. Mehragaon Valley is right behind it.
Kainchi Dham Temple 22 k.m.
Kainchi Dham is a Hanuman temple & Ashram which is established by a great saint Neem Karoli Baba in 1960s. He is known outside India for being the guru of a number of Americans who travelled to India in the 1960s and 70s, the most well-known being the spiritual teachers Ram Dass and Bhagavan Das, and the musicians Krishna Das and Jai Uttal, Google’s Larry Brilliant, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. It's a holy temple surrounded by hills and trees and river flowing besides it.