Mukteshwar is a popular hill station situated at an altitude of 7500 feet above sea level, in the Kumaon division of Uttrakhand. It is 42 km from Haldwani and 51 km from Nainital. Delhi is 395 km away. The hill station is a popular scenic spot and known for providing views of the Himalayas and its other ranges.
The town became popular after the novel, √?∆???The Man Eaters of Kumaon√?∆???, written by Jim Corbett. Apparently, Jim Corbett hunted half a dozen of the man-eating tigers of Kumaon like the Champawat tiger and Panar leopard, which had killed hundreds of people until then. The Britishers developed the town into a research and education institute in 1893. The Mukteshwar region has large number of hotels in Mukteshwar which provides the excellent spate of services to the vacationers looking forward to an unforgettable experience.