Beat Delhi Heat- Chill Out In Nainital

Summers in Delhi:

The summers in Delhi are really hot. The temperature level rises to 47°C-degrees centigrade and in the summers the temperature varies from 25°C to 47°C.  With temperatures reaching so high it is easy to imagine how unbearable the summers can be. The months from May to July are very hot & summers extend to August.

One can experience hot and humid temperature and even hot waves usually called as Loo. While everything is bad about the summers, but it also offers a great opportunity for people go out to hilly places and chill out.

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Self-Drive To Nainital:

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The hill-city is at an altitude of 1,938mts above sea level. It derives its name from Naini Lake, which is a prominent tourist spot of Nainital. It is located in the Kumaon region and is also called as Lake District of India.

It is one the most famous tourist destination which attracts hundreds of both domestic and foreign tourists every year. It shines as glittering jewel in the Himalayan Mountains and has many lakes and is replete with nature’s bounty.

The other important places to visit here are Haldwani, Kaladhungi,Ramnagar, Bhowali, Ramgarh, Mukteshwar, Bhimtal, Sattal, Naukuchital.

 Place To Go:

With just 300kms from the Delhi, there are many places where you can go along with your family to escape Delhi summers.

You can consider boating in Naini Lake drive to eco cave garden. You can visit high altitude zoo, drive to Muktheswar temple.

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Few other places where you can consider going are Kainchi Dham, Tiffin Top, Snow View Point, Naina Peak, Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary, Khurpa Taal, Tibetan Market, Land’s End etc.

Thanks to Myles Cars for Great Services:

Myles is India’s first self-drive service. With cars from Myles your ride becomes even more enjoyable. With Myles Cars you have the freedom you wanted. You virtually own the car without worrying about its true ownership.

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With Myles you are in control. You can choose from 38+ car models. There are some 250+ pick-up locations. The fleet is spread across 21-cities so you can find one in every metro and every other city.

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