Mukteshwar is a tranquil and untouched destination lies at the suburb of Nainital district of Uttrakhand; the place is famous for its 350 years old shiva temple or Mukteshwar dham which is dedicated to Lord Shiva surrounded by fruits orchids and lush green forests. Due to its high altitude of 2290 mts the hilltop fascinate you by providing spectacular and 180 degree panoramic view of great Himalaya. Mukteshwar is now becoming a demanding tourist place in recent years and is a perfect weekend getaway from Delhi and nearby places. The serenity all over, the fruits orchids and the Rolling Meadows overwhelm tourists while visiting Mukteshwar.
As it is untouched and pollution free destination, it is gradually developing into a tourists place offering many outdoor activities like rock climbing, trekking, rappelling, camping and other adventurous sports. The major attraction of Mukteshwar is Mukteshwar Dham, Mukteshwar Inspection Bunglow, IVRI, Dhanachuli, Choli ki Jaili. The best way to commute Mukteshwar is walking.
Reaching Mukteshwar is quite easy via Nainital; Roads are well connected with all major cities of Kumaon region and other parts of north India. Buses and Taxies are available for Mukteshwar on every major spot of the area.
Nearest railway station is Kathgodam and Pantnagar is the nearest airport of about 95 kms from Mukteshwar.
You can enjoy jeep safari or elephant safari at Jim Corbett while heading to Mukteshwar; you may also enjoy an exquisite and glittering gem of Nainital, the serenity of Almora, the beauty of Ranikhet, you will enthralled and astonished by the beauty of Bhimtal and Naukuchiatal.
As Mukteshwar is not commercialized yet like other hill stations but still it fascinate tourists with all affordable luxury and comfy stay. The multi cuisine mouth watering delicacies overwhelm you by its delighted taste and appearance. The best way to commute Mukteshwar is walking; you can enjoy the rugged trails with one sided lush green forest and other side spectacular view of Great Himalaya.