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The Queen's Meadow RanikhetTour Route - Delhi - Ranikhet, Jageshwar, Sitabani in Jim CorbettTotal No of days - 4Dated - October 2012

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Places to see in & around Ranikhet

  • Tarikhet is 8 kms away and here there is a Gandhi ashram where Gandhiji stayed.
  • Sitlakhet is 39 kms away and you can have a spectacular view of the snow clad Himalayan peaks. The Syahi Devi temple is here.The place is known for its medicinal herbs.Just 2 kms away is Khoot which is home to Pandit Gobind Vallabh Pant.
  • Dwarhat is 38 kms away a quaint town whhich has many temples. The Syaldevi mela is held in summer every year. The Yogoda Satsanga has a ashram here where necessary guidance for visiting babaji's cave can be sought.
  • Kukuchina around 43 kms away, home to Pandokholi and Babaji's cave. It is a further trek from the roads end to the mountain to reach these destinations. The mountain is also known as Dronagiri is is part of the the medicinal mountain for extracting Sanjivani carried by Hanuman to Lanka when Lakshman was fatally wounded by Ravana's arrows.
  • Jageshwar dham is around 70 kms and one of the 12 jyotirlings in India. It is a cluster of 128 temples. One of the oldest is the Maha mrityunjay temple of Lord Shiva.
  • Bageshwar is nearly 105 kms away and has the famous temple of Lord Shiva located on the convergence of the rivers Sarayu and Gomti. The Uttarayani fair is held here in January. It is also the base for the trekkers to Pindari glacier.
  • Binsar is 105 kms away and is a quiet location to enjoy wildlife. The views of Nanda devi and other Himalayan mountains are more clearly visible from here.
  • Mukteshwar is 84kms away and has the mukteshwar dham dedicated to Lord Shiva.
  • Nainital is just 59 kms away and the five lakes making up nainital, bhimtal, nakuchital, khurpatal and sattal can be seen. Its a place of much tourist rush duirng peak seasons.

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