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Hi Mrunal, Sitlakhet doesn't have enough attractions to keep one there for a week. Unless, you like to relax and experience the village life. The prime attractions there are Jhula Devi Temple, Chaubattia Orchard, and Khoont village. There is one trek (4km) to Syahi Devi Temple that lot of travellers enjoy. Some travellers trek to nearby traditional Kumaoni villages from there. However, Sitlakhet is close to other prime places like Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, Mukteshwar, Kaladhungi and Binsar.
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Hi Mrunal, Bhimtal and Naukuchiatal are verdant lake towns. Primary activities here are boating, walking and fishing. Mukteshwar is prime Apple Country that affords stunning views of the Himalayas. There is also a 350-year-old temple here. Binsar is a hill town surrounded by Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, Bineshwar Mahadev Temple, Zero Point (viewpoint), and the Kasar Devi Temple.
Hi Varun, Thank you for your quick revert. I understand there are not many treks around in that case and as I am from Pune visiting for 2/3 days makes no sense. Any specific highlights for these other places or they are similar?