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Mukteshwar the Eden, resembling to a painter’s finest creation is a picturesque trailer of ‘fruit orchards, coniferous forests, flower valleys, dew drenched green mosses, foggy morning, snow clad mountains, and astonishing adventure tales.
It’s a place where you fix your appointment with ‘salvation’ amid the serene nature and everlasting silence. Mukteshwar can inspire poet’s ballad, twist author’s words, kindle romance, and sprinkle joy of existence.
You can catch up unexpectedly with your soul; you can introspect about your life, yet cherish the holiday of never ending frolic.
Mukteshwar had concealed the untold stories of adventure, nature and legends…
The splendid hill station’s name was descended from the omnipotent Lord Shiva; and surprisingly it finds its place in ‘Legendary Jim Corbett’s Book – Man Eaters of Kumaon’.

The story unfolds the audacious encounter of ‘Jim Corbett and the man eater beast’ in wintry morning of Mukteshwar. The tigress that was terror for Mukteshwar was conquered by the Legendary Hunter, in the fiercest of battle between ‘man & beast’.
Mukteshwar is more than a holiday; it’s witnessing the nature’s stunner, encountering the legends, and experiencing the thrill.

If you’re an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva; if you’re a spiritual seeker and if you’re searching salvation ~ never forget to visit ‘Mukteshwar Temple’… Myths say ‘Mukteshwar Temple’ grants Moksha.
Victorian elegance is imbibed in its red roofs houses with primeval windows. It gives you an impression of ‘British Era’. Capture the wondrous eyeshot of mighty Himalayas and the renewable energy park in the town.

Facts about Mukteshwar:

  • Mukteshwar hill town obtained its name from 350 years old ‘Lord Shiva Temple’
  • It’s positioned in the Kumaon Hills at an altitude of 2286 meters
  • It’s located in the district of Nainital in Uttarakhand


Attractions at Mukteshwar:

  • Chauthi ki Jaali
  • Mukteshwar Dham
  • Shiva Temple
  • Indian Veterinary Research Institute
  • Methodist Church
  • Renewable Energy Park
  • The Rajarani Temple
  • Bhalu Gaad Waterfalls
  • Wildrift Adventures
  • Camping in Mukteshwar
  • Trekking
  • Paragliding
  • Rock Climbing & Rappelling
  • Watch Sunrise from Nanda Devi Peak


How to reach Mukteshwar?

  • Mukteshwar is easily accessible by air, road & rail.
  • Buses can be boarded daily from ‘New Delhi, Haldwani, Nainital, and Almora


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