The lovely hill town of Ranikhet is located in Uttarakhand's Almora district and is 1,829 metres above sea level. Ranikhet has everything a city resident might possibly need to unwind. For those who enjoy the splendour of nature, the hill town of Ranikhet, which translates literally as "Queens Land," is a popular vacation spot all year long.
- Haidakhan temple- Chidianuala Ranikhet was decorated. This temple was built by Haidakhan, who is thought to be Lord Shiva's avatar and to whom it is dedicated. It has long been unclear how Haidakhan was born. In 1984, when he was still a young man, he passed away.
- Jhula Devi temple- 7 kilometres away from Ranikhet, close to Chaubatia, is a historic temple from the eighth century. In the past, the dense woods close to the temple were home to several dangerous animals, including tigers and leopards, which would occasionally attack the residents.
- Mankameshwar temple- In the Uttarakhand town of Ranikhet, there is a Hindu shrine next to Narsingh Maidan. This shrine , is situated next to Rani Jheel in the army cantonment region. You can see find idols of Krishna Radha, Goddess Kalika, and God Shiva on the premises.