Here are the top 6 tourist attractions to see in Chaukori:

1. Patal Bhubaneshwari

3.1 /5

18 km
from city center
1 out of 6
places to visit in Chaukori

Patal Bhubaneshwari, for many tourists, remains one of their most memorable experiences in the district, which is about 37 km from Chaukori. The myth behind this cave cum sanctuary is that, the Pandavas with their wife Draupadi stayed for a while here while on their final journey to salvation in the Himalayas.

2. Nakuleshwar Temple

3.1 /5

48 km
from city center
2 out of 6
places to visit in Chaukori

Always wanted to see something similar to the Khajuraho, minus the openly loving sculptures? This one is your best bet. The Nakuleshwar Temple, unlike many Uttaranchali temples, does not take after the popular Kumaoni style of architecture, with the elaborately carved wooden gates and such.

3. Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple

Must visit 3.4 /5

0 km
from city center
3 out of 6
places to visit in Chaukori

The temples in all of Chaukori, are a live symbol of the dedication that great men placed in the leading deities of the area, chiefly Lord Shiva. This temple was constructed by one of the Pandava brothers, who was known throughout India for his impeccable archery, Arjuna.

4. Nagmandir, Berinag

3.1 /5

7 km
from city center
4 out of 6
places to visit in Chaukori

Berinag, about 10 km from Chaukori, houses this temple dedicated to Sheshnag, the serpent with multitude heads, holding the Earth stable and also forms the bed of Lord Vishnu of the Hindu mythology, often incarnating with him for the wellbeing of mankind.

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5. Kapileshwar Mahadev

3.1 /5

34 km
from city center
5 out of 6
places to visit in Chaukori

Kapileshwar Mahdev remains a very pure and religiously relevant spot for devotees of Lord Shiva. Sage Kapil constructed this temple, which is just above Tekari and Takaura villages.

6. Ghunsera Devi Temple

3.1 /5

20 km
from city center
6 out of 6
places to visit in Chaukori

History students can rejoice, for this really dated temple, houses some anciently carved shrines, with a few dating back to the Gupta Age. The stone idols were a predominant part of the culture in the hilly regions of Uttaranchal, that promotes idol worship.

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