A dream destination for spending your holidays
Located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, Ramgarh is slowly gaining its popularity. With so many famous tourist spots in the vicinity of Ramgarh, travellers often miss the opportunity to explore this heavenly hamlet. However, if you have been to this place earlier, you cannot stop yourself to tour it again.
The place has gained all praises from the tourists, who find this region ideal to relax and unwind your body and soul. The enchanting view of the sunset and sunrise along the snowing mountains remains the attracting force. It is also a home to various orchards like apples, peach, apricots, etc. and is popularly known as ‘Fruit Bowl of Kumaon’. Due to its uneven landscape, Ramgarh has been divided geographically into two parts: Malla on the elevation and Talla downhill.
Being away from the hustle bustle of the city, the place gives you immense tranquility and calmness. However, you can find some army personnel training and trekking, as the place was the cantonment during the British rule. During that period, it was the favorite holiday destination even for the Britishers. Moreover, various poets like Rabindranath Tagore used to spend months here to enhance their creativity.
Located at an altitude of 7200 feet, Ramgarh experiences a maximum temperature of 26 degree Celsius and a minimum of 14 degree Celsius. If you are visiting the place between January and February, you can see the winter snow bound. However, with pleasant summers and moderate autumn, the best time to visit Ramgarh is between April and November.
The best thing is its accessibility from various places nearby via air, roads, and railways. It is just 25 kilometers away from Nainital and 25 kilometers from Bhimtal. If you are coming from Delhi, it is around 325 kilometers away. You can take the NH24 route Rampur from Delhi. The nearest railway station is Kathgodham, which is 46 kilometers away. Ramgarh is also well connected by air to the other parts of Uttarakhand, Pantnagar being the nearest airport.