Top places to visit in Almora

Here are the top 16 places to visit in Almora

Jageshwar

Jageshwar is believed to be the home of one among the twelve Jyothirlingas. Surabhi and Nandini rivers flow through this place that has 124 temples built in medieval architectural style, and heavily influenced by Buddhist style craftsmanship.

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Kasar Devi temple

Kasar Devi Temple is located 5 km away from Almora and it dates back to 2nd Century. The temple overlooking Almora and the Hawabagh valley gives a panoramic view of Himalayas from Bandarpunch peak.

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Kasar Devi

Kasar devi is one of the famous temple perched on the hill Kashya. It is a village situated near Almora i.e in Uttarakhand. Village got its name after the ancient and historical temple Kasar devi temple. It is believed that Swami Vivekanand visited Kasar devi in 1890's. Every year Kasardevi fair is celebrated on a huge level.

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Chitai Temple

A famous temple of Lord Gollu, another name for Lord Shiva, the Chitai temple was built during the Chand regime.

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Katarmal Sun Temple

Being the second most important Sun temple, this 800 year old temple has one main temple and 45 smaller shrines.

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Zero Point

In the premises of the wildlife sanctuary is the zero point from which one can look across 300 km to view Kedarnath, Shivling, Trishul and Nanda Devi.

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Dwarahat Village

Situated at an elevation of 1510m in the Kumaon mountains of Almora, Dwarahat is a charming hill village. Dwarahat offers a splendid view of the Himalayan mountains and is an excellent place for a peaceful Holiday.

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Bright End Corner

Situated 3 km away from Almora, Bright End Corner offers breathtaking views of sunset and sunrise. This serene viewpoint has a Vivekanand library situated very close to it.

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Binsar

An erstwhile summer capital of the Chand rulers, this hill resort looking to the Himalayas is famous for the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Deer Park

Located 3 km from Almora, Deer Park is one of the best places for nature and wildlife lovers. In this park you can spot animals like deer, leopard and black bear among lush green pine trees.

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Gobind Vallabh Pant Museum

Sheltering some of the legacies of the Katyuri and Chand dynasties, the museum on Mall Road also has beautiful collections of folk style painting known as Aspen and Kumaoni antiquities.

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Lal Bazaar

Lal Bazaar is the heart of Almora with this colourful shops filled with bronze and brass wares, fine rabbit wool clothes and amazingly tasty sweets.

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City Shopping

Buy local handicrafts, Himalayan woolens and copperware.

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Dunagiri

Nestled in the glorious Kumaon Himalayas, Dunagiri is a small hill town away from the popular tourist circuit of Uttarakhand providing travelers some solitary space.

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Jalna

A small and sleepy village away from the chaotic tourist centers, Jalna is a place for some trekking and exploration into the wild.

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Rafting in Kali Sarada

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