Almora is a hill station in Uttarakhand State and Almora, Uttarakhand was the seat of power of the Chand Dynasty who ruled the place that is known for Kumaon for just about one thousand years. An intriguing reality about the revelation of Almora is that dissimilar to other hill stations, it was not found and created by the British.
Popular for its rich social legacy, novel meticulous work, lavish food, and eminent natural life, combined with a simple availability, Almora, India guarantees its tourists a visit loaded with fun and exceptional minutes. This agrarian town has two striking rivers Koshi (Kaushaki) and Suyal (Salmali) moving through it. "The charming wonders of the Himalayas, their supporting atmosphere and the mitigating green that covers you leave nothing more to be desired.
Zero Point: Zero point is a very famous and beautiful point in Almora from where people can get a glimpse of Kedarnath, Nanda Devi, Trishul etc. which are across 300 kms away.
Jageshwar: Jageshwar is an anticipated destination of Uttarakhand. It has one of the twelve jyotirlingas and 124 medieval architectural temples.
Dunagiri: People looking for some lone time and space with nature then Dunagiri is a beautiful small town away from Almora. It is amidst the glorious Kumaon Himalayas.
Katarmal Sun Temple: It is second most significant sun temple which is 800 years old having one main temple and 45 smaller shrines.
Trek to Zero Point
Enjoy sunset from Bright-End Corner
Revive in the peaceful and simple villages
Go on a family picnic at Kalimath temple
Nanda Devi Fair: Nanda Devi Fair is mainly celebrated by the people who religiously have faith in the Goddesses Nanda and Sunanda but again being present during the time of celebration is a worthy experience which will educate a person about the rituals and culture of Uttarakhand. Read more...
Ramman: A religious festival which takes place in the Garhwal region which is a beautiful hilly area in Uttarakhand. Read more...
Uttarayani Fair: The Uttarayani fair is a delight to the eyes of the tourists as they will find the amalgamation of culture and fun nicely blended together to entertain the audience of the fair. Read more...
The most preferred months to visit Almora are of summer when the weather is extremely pleasing such as April to June and September to November.
There are 3 different routes to reach the town and the most common route to reach here is Nainital; Almora is 90 km away from the closest railway station of Kathgodam. The place Almora is served by PantNagar Airport and it is located around 4 hours away and the hill station is served by Jagson Airlines. It is one of the busiest airports in the country. Almora offers you the smooth connectivity via Kathgodam station that is just 35 km. away from Nainital. You can reach the station via taxi or via cab. There is bus service available to reach Almora, India regularly and the buses are available from ISBT Anand Vihar and run by Uttarakhand Roadways.
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