Delhi2Ranikhet - The Queen's Meadow

This amazing city of nature, Ranikhet has always been attracting the tourists to itself. When you entered in Ranikhet, you will see green forest all around. In winter, Snowy winds are always ready for your reception. You can visit many temples here, Army Parade Ground will also attract you. Chabattia Garden, one of the biggest surprise for you. Here the apple is in abundance, and the Buraansh juice helps you to fight many disease in your body. If you look at the front, you will see a mountain of Himalayas. In the morning its beauty is worth seeing when the sun rises on this mountain. You can also enjoy the golf grounds located a short distance away. You can get the experience of ultimate bliss and calm mind by visiting Vinsar Mahadev.

Ranikhet is one of the most visited place in Kumaon region. The thriving green forest, imposing mountains and attractive plant life increase the beauti of that place. To view nature, himalaya, and green forest in full harmony the right place is Ranikhet. Peoples belief that this place had won the heart of Rani Padmini, queen of Raja Sudhardev. She chose this charming to be her adobe and since than it is known to be as Ranikhet, Ranikhet means QUEENS Feild.

The shining crowns of the big Himalayan range in the sun appeared as beautiful as always and the big pine and oak trees around depicted a very beautiful landscape. When you entered into the gateway of Kumaon Regiment Centre (KRC) Ranikhet, your eyes constantly roved around the charming scenery. The pleasant soothing breezes and the fragrance of swaying pine trees welcomes you in Dev Bhoomi.

How to Reach Ranikhet

Air: By air Pant nagar is the nearest airport at a distance of 114 kms from Ranikhet.

Rail: By Train Kathgodam is the nearest railway station situated at a distance of 82 km from Ranikhet.

Road: By road Ranikhet connects with other important cities. Regular bus services are available from Ranikhet to Nainital, Almora, Kathgodam, Kausani, Lucknow, Haridwar and Delhi.

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