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Almora, Uttarakhand, India

Famous for

  • Hill Stations
  • Temples

Weather

Summer 12to 28°C

Winter -2 to 15°C

Distance / Traveling Time

From Delhi: 334 kilometers / 6 h ,58 m

Best Time To Visit

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Overview

The temple town, Almora, is a must visit weekend getaway from Delhi. The destination is a paradise for nature lovers as there are mountains, rolling terrains, and lush greenery sprawled all around. There are numerous tourist attractions and

hill tops that serve as great viewpoints for the visitors. The place is also praised for its cultural richness. There are numerous festivals and fairs celebrated with great show and vigor. The hill town is also a praiseworthy destination for honeymoon. Additionally, treks also make this region a hot spot for adventure seekers. The place also redefines the tranquility in truism.

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How to Reach Almora

By Train

Kathgodam is the nearest railway station to reach Almora, located at a distance of 91 km.

By Air

Pantnagar, situated at a distance of 125 km, is the nearest airport to reach Almora. There are private taxis and cabs available.

By Road

There is highway driving throughout as NH 24 connects Delhi to Rampur via Hapur. Thereafter, drive on NH 87 to reach Almora.


Hotels in Almora

3*
Kalmatia Sangam Resort Almora

Kalimat Estate, Binsar Road, Post Bag 002

3*
Kosi Valley Retreat Almora, Uttarakhand

Kosi Valley Retreat, Simkholi, P .O. Ranman, Uttaranchal

3*
Hotel Shivalik, Almora

L.R. Sah Road, Near Vishal Mega Mart

3*
Mount Heaven, Almora

Papar Khali, Binsar Road



Attractions in Almora

Deer Park

Situated at a distance of 3 km, the park is must visit to enjoy the real spell of nature. Visitors can sight endangered species such as deer, leopard and Himalayan black bear.

 

Chitai Temple

One can find numerous bells hanging in and around the temple. These bells are tied by devotees to get their wishes granted. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is recalled as Lord Gollu by locals.

 

Jageshwar

This is a religious site, which features about 124 temples, each featuring unique craftsmanship of the bygone era. These temples are adorned by lush green pine    forests.