Excursion

Tour 1 – City Shopping Tour for Accompanying Person
The accompanying persons can avail Bareilly City Shopping Tour during Conference days on payment basis. Please contact the Registration Counter for the arrangement.

Tour 2 – Post Conference Lake tour (Nainital, Sat Tal, Bhim Tal and Naukuchia Tal)
After the conference, a two day Lake tour to Nainital, Bhim Tal and Sat Tal may be arranged for interested delegates on 24th – 25th Oct. The request for arranging tour shall be entertained only after receiving the payment in advance latest by September 15, 2016. After that organizers will not be able to entertain any request, as October is peak tourist season. The tour will be arranged only if a sizeable no. of delegates are interested.

Cost of the tour (two days / one night)
Rs. 4000/- per person (room on double sharing basis)
Rs. 6000/- per person (room on single sharing basis)
(Cost includes Bareilly - Nainital – Bareilly transport + one breakfast, one dinner + local sightseeing in Nainital + lake tour Bhim Tal, Sat Tal and Naukuchia Tal + hotel accommodation for one night in Nainital) Those who wish to go to Delhi directly from Nainital may seek reservation in the train Ranikhet Express (train no. 15014) from Kathgodam (departure at 20:40 hours) to New Delhi (arrival at 5:14 hours)

Nainital is located at an altitude of 1,938mts above sea level in the Kumaon region and is popularly known as the Lake District of India. It is a famous tourist destination of India. Nainital is famous for the Naini Lake where it is believed that Lord Shiva performed his tandava. The Naini peak or the China peak is the highest in Nainital with a height of 2611 mt. Another place of tourist interest is the Mall, now known as the Govind Ballabh Pant Marg. Nainital Zoo is also an important tourist spot where one can find rare species of snow leopard, steppe eagle and the Himalayan black bear. The Governor House of the Raj Bhavan with its sprawling gardens is one of the few Raj Bhavnas open for public viewing. Nainital's latest attraction is the Eco Cave Garden where one can learn about ecosphere. The Observatory or the Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES) is located 9 kms from Nainital on Manora Peak and is the center for astronomical studies and optical tracking of artificial satellites.

Sat Tal is a cluster of mysteriously inter-connected seven fresh water lakes located at 22 km from Nainital on the road to Bhim Tal at an altitude of 1,370 mts above sea level. The group of lakes is set amidst dense forests of oak and pine trees. Sattal is one of the few unspoiled and unpolluted fresh water biomes in India. These lakes are paradise for migratory birds as they stay for some time here during their migration.

Bhimtal is a beautiful lake centered amidst green mountains. Bhimtal is perched at an elevation of 1,370 mt above the sea level. The lake is at a scenic spot with a small island at its centre on which there is a beautiful large aquarium. There is an ancient Bhimeshwara Mahadev Temple on the banks of Bhimtal which was built by Bhima during the exile period of the Pandavas. The present temple was renovated by Baz Bahadur of Chand Dynasty in the 17th century. Bhimtal provides ample water sport opportunities for amateurs with paddling and boating facilities.

Naukuchiatal, the nine-cornered Lake, is situated 4 km from Bhimtal, and 26 km from Nainital at an elevation of 1,220mts above sea level in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand state. The length of the lake is approximately 1km and it has depth of around 40mts. It is the deepest lake in the area. Naukuchiatal is situated in an enchanting valley providing ample scope for rowing, paddling and yatching.