Naukuchiatal Lake is named after its nine corners and also sometimes known as ‘Lake with nine corners and is found in a small hill station ‘Naukuchiatal’ in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, a state in the North India. The lake is 1220 meters above the sea level and is the deepest of all the lakes in Naintal. The lake is 983 meters in length, 693 meters in width and 40.3 meters in depth. It is surrounded by hills covered in trees and shrubs.
It is inside a charming valley offering a chance to watch the birds while. An outing to this wonderful place additionally offers one with the enticing difficulties like paragliding, angling, paddling or yachting. Naukuchiatal will even captivate the picnic lovers with the uncommon daring action of parasailing. The lake is sustained by an underground enduring spring. Naukuchiatal is additionally known for the 'getaway celebration' which happens in the month of May every year.
It is trusted that this lake was made after hard worship of Brahmaji and a little temple of Brahmaji exists close to the Kumaon guesthouse. As per local people anybody playing out a parikarma of the lake will be blessed by Brahmaji.
Temperatures range from, as it ranges from11 Celsius to 26 Celsius during summers and goes from 2 Celsius-14 Celsius in winters. The best time to visit Naukuchiatal is either between the months of March to June or September to November when temperature stays much comfortable.
How To Reach
By Air: You can board a flight to Pantnagar Airport which is only at a distance of 45 kilometers from the Nainital Lake or from Delhi Airport 320 km away.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is Kathgodam railway station from where Naukuchiatal Lake is only at a distance of 35 Kilometers.
By Road: Naukuchiatal is all around associated by state claimed transport services. Transport services associate Naukuchiatal to other stations like Nainital, Ranikhet, Almora, and Pithoragarh. Numerous overnight transports claimed by privately owned businesses run between New Delhi and Mukteshwar.