Mukteshwar is an enchanting hill station in the Kumaon Hills of Uttaranchal. Mukteshwar tour takes tourists on an enticing odyssey to the tourist attractions in the secluded retreat of Mukteshwar. Mukteshwar is a deep forested area, at a height of 2,300m offering stunning views of the mighty Himalayas and its panoramic views.
The hill station is associated with the legend of Shiva's gift of immortality to a demon he slew. It was a quiet town till the last century. Mukteshwar owes its present day development to the IVRI-Indian Veterinary Research Institute. IVRI is now an important landmark in Mukteshwar and it would not be an exaggeration if it is called synonym of the city.
Tour to Mukteshwar gives nature lovers a chance to take wildlife sightseeing trips of Mukteshwar. The forests of Mukteshwar are home to varied wild life including Rhesus monkeys, langurs, deer, different exotic and elusive birds, mountain leopard and Himalayan black bear.
Mukteshwar is generously blessed with nature's bounties and has luxuriant farms and fields along with plentiful fruit orchards of apples, apricots, peaches and plums. The famous sacred Himalayan peaks seen from Mukteshwar are Neelkantha, Trishul, Nanadadevi, Nanadaghunti and Panchuli. Chauthi Jali is an awe-inspiring location with a strange rock formation.
On their Mukteshwar tour package tourist can get a chance to visit Ramgarh fruit orchards, Bhowali health resort, Gollu Devta temple in Ghorakhal, Devidhura temple, Punyagiri temple and Reetha Sahib Gurudwara. Mukteshwar is well connected to Delhi by road which is at a distance of 350 kms. The nearest railway station is at Kathgodam at a distance of 72 kms.
Nainital is at a distance of 53 km from Mukteshwar. The tourists can visit Mukteshwar all around the year, the best seasons being the summers and winters. Mukteshwar has comfortable resort lodgings and government rest houses to cater to the accommodation needs of the tourists on tour to Mukteshwar.