Kilbury is easily accessible by a good motorable road. Kilbury is an ideal place for a quiet and peaceful vacation. If you wish to spend the night here, you can stay at the forest rest house.
Khurpa Tal (12 Kms from Nainital)
Khurpatal is a small hamlet frequented by the tourists for its pleasant climate and a beautiful lake with crystal clear water.
Bhowali (11 Kms from Nainital)
This is a road junction serving all the nearby hill stations from Nainital. Bhowali is famous for its scenic grandeur and as a hill fruit mart, Bhowali is also known for its T.B. sanatorium established in 1912.
Sat Tal (22 Kms from Nainital)
Sattal is a unique, unforgettable spot having cluster of lakes placed amidst the oak forest. It is comparable with Westmoreland of England. As one approach toward Sattal first lake is old Nal Damyanti Lake. On moving ahead there is the ashram of Stanley Johns an American Missionary. Next lake is Panna or Garude lake. As we move down there is a cluster of three lakes, these lakes are Ram, Laxman and Sita lake.
Bhimtal (22 Kms from Nainital)
The pride of Bhimtal is a beautiful lake which offers magnificent vistas for tourists. The lake is larger than Naini lake. Tourist enjoys here boating in lake There is a 17th century Bhimeshwar temple complex along the 40 feet high dam.
Naukuchiya Tal (26 Kms from Nainital)
A pretty deep clean lake with its nine corner is a captivating site.Length of lake is 983 mts. breadth is 693 mts & depth 40.3 mts. It is within an enchanting valley offering an opportunity of angling and bird watching. There is ample scope for rowing, paddling or yachting.
Mukteshwar (51 Kms from Nainital)
This beautiful place is Surrounded by fruit orchards and thick coniferous forest it was developed by the Britishers as research and education institute (IVRI) in 1893. It is the celebrated scenic spot overlooking long ranges of Himalaya. An old temple of Lord Shiva exist on the top of a rock.
Ghorakhal (37 Kms from Nainital)
Famous for the temple of Lord Golu worshipped by hill people.