Charmed by the scenic landscape and a riveting sight of Trishul Peak of the Kumaon Himalaya Range, Ranikhet is one of Uttarakhand’s best-treasured destinations. This hill station is located in Almora district and it aids like an antidote for the city dwellers looking for a change. Exploration scenes around this place mainly focus on the beauty of nature but also popular temple attractions. You can go for sightseeing tours even outside Ranikhet because there are a few hamlets like Tarikhet and Majkhali that offer sweet memories in their calming meadows, paddy fields and small streams where you can dip your feet and take in the soothing surrounding. The tourist attractions you’ll be surrounded during your holidays are the religious sites and one of the temples to visit that is seated atop a verdant hill in Ranikhet is Ram Mandir dedicated to Lord Rama.
In the vicinity of the temple, perhaps around 7 kilometres, you can also visit the 8th-century temple of Jhula Devi. This quiet hill station of Ranikhet also has other must-see temples like Haidakhan, Mankameshwar and Dunagiri Temples. In the southern part of Ranikhet, a popular tourist attraction is the Chaubatia Gardens that ooze fresh scent from fruits like apple, peach, plums and apricot trees. Located 10 kilometres from Ranikhet, the orchards here may also offer an ideal place for picnics with family surrounded by the serene and pollution free ambience. Being a hill destination, one major thing to do in Ranikhet is a trek to nearby places, some sites may also have roadways in case you decide to drive. Visit one of the highest golf course in Asia, Upat Golf Course located 6 kilometres from Ranikhet. Another popular site that serves as an artificial lake or a reservoir is Bhalu Dam built in the year 1903.