Nainital is also known as the lake district of India and is one of the most popular hill stations in India. Tucked away from the crowded cities in the mesmerizing Kumaon Hills, Nainital attracts a lot of visitors throughout the year. The hill station is enchanting and along with the lush green valley, snowcapped mountain, and the beautiful lakes conjure the best travel destinations in India. Nainital is divided into two parts, Tallital and Mallital and the lake separates the two. The only airport in Nainital is Pant Nagar Airport which is around 67 km from the city and can be traveled in 2 hours. The hill station is connected by road from the nearest railway station in Kathgodam. In addition, there are daily bus services from Delhi. Nainital is quite a popular spot among city dwellers and has a number of accommodation options available catering to different travelers. If you’re looking for economical options, you can choose from the numerous budget hotels in Nainital. These small to medium-sized hotels offer comfortable boarding with limited on-site amenities. This accommodation works well for solo travelers who seek fuss free accommodation. Very few Nainital budget hotels have an on-site restaurant, but they will make up for it with complimentary meals and limited beverages. Establishments like Treebo’s chain of hotels offer complimentary breakfast along with other quality amenities. Nainital has plenty to offer to a traveler on a budget. You don't have to shell out a lot of money to visit Nainital Lake, Naina peak, Mukteshwara temple, high altitude zoo, eco cave gardens, snow view point, St. John in the Wilderness, Tiffin Top, Gurney House. Restaurants like Woods, Sher e Punjab, Machan, Sakley's Restaurant & Pastry Shop, Aab-O-Dana will take care of your daily meals. Also if you want to go for shopping then there are two areas in Nainital, The Mall and Barra Bazar where you can shop for winter wear, scarves, wooden handicraft.