Jeolikote is a hill station in the Nainital district of the state of Uttarakhand, India. Jeolikote is situated at an altitude of 1219 mts. Jeolikote is considered as a doorway to Naini Lake. Jeolikote attractions are Hanuman Garhi, Naina Peak, Kaladhungi, Sainik School, Nainital etc.
Jeolikote is famous for producing honey by rearing bees. It is also a fertile ground for growing mushrooms and fruits such as strawberries and litches, pears, mangoes, apricots, and plums.
Jeolikote is one of the best places for those in love with butterfly catching. Jeolikote Tourist places are Mukhteshwar, Naina Peak, There is a small village called Pangot near Jeolikote. Jeolikote sightseeing is Kaladhungi, Ghorakal, Hanuman Garhi, Nakuchia Lake and many more. This small village of Jeolikot has a colonial past and hence, a number of cottages and cemeteries are found in hidden corners and pathways of the destination. One of the most famous cottages of Jeolikote is the House of Warwick Sahib, a retired major of the British army. Best places to visit in Jeolikote are Jim Corbett National Park, Naina Peak, ARIES, Kainchi Dham etc. Jeolikote Tourism offers the beautiful spots to absorb and relish the beauty of nature.
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Tourist can enjoy trekking, floriculture, horticulture, and bird watching in Jeolikote.
You can enjoy Garhwali and Kumauni dishes such as aloo ke gutke, gahat, chainsoo and kaapa.
The tourists can experience the charm of a vintage English Cottage at this place. You can find some of the famous deluxe hotels in and around the Jeolikote.
A lady who has one of the cottages descendent of Napoleon-who came visiting, and stayed on, fell in love with a local boy. The other was a retired British Army major named Warwick Sahib.
Jeolikote has a rich cultural heritage and many famous festivals in Jeolikote are celebrated like Nainital Mahotsav, Nanda Devi Fair, and Vasantotsav.