Almora |

Almora, a popular hill station in Uttarakhand, is said to be the cultural capital of Kumaon. The town Almora was built on a horse-shaped ridge at an altitude of 6050 feet. The city is surrounded by the Kaushik (Koshi) and Shalmali (Suyal) rivers. There is a spectacular view of the Himalayas, as well as a number of spots centered around Almora.

          The natural cave and the Shiva temple at Gananath are 36 km away. The prehistoric cave paintings are quite interesting in some of the countless caves at Lakhudia, 20 km away. The Jageshwar Temple Complex, 35 km away, is also very important. Here you will see 124 temples and innumerable idols. At an altitude of 1900 meters, the environment of Deodar and Fare shaded Jageshwar also captivates the mind.

Accommodation in Almora

Our associate homestay is a charming collection of self-catering cottages located four kilometers from Almora on the Binsar Road. A home away home located in a small village just in front of deep pine forests, isolated from hustle-bustle of city life yet provided with all modern facilities. A place where you can relax and enjoy beauty of nature with your family and carry sweet memories.

How to Reach Almora

Nearest railway station is Kathgodam (KGM), well connected with Delhi & major cities of India. From station you will get buses, shared jeep as well as reserved car to Almora. Nearest airport is Pantnagar Airport (PGH), located around 115 km away from Almora through Haldwani and Kathgodam.  

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