Chaukori is located in the state of Uttarakhand and is situated in the Kumaon Division in the Pithoragarh district of the state. Chaukori is enveloped with a beautiful blanket of snow capped peaks of the great Himalayas and a large number of religious places. Kapileshwar Mahadev, Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple, Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat, Jayanti Temple Dhwaj, Mostamanu and Nagmandir of Berinag are some of the very popular shrines of the city.
Complete Kumaon Itinerary is an itinerary that allows guests to explore popular hills station of himalayan hamlets of Kumaon including remote Himalayan areas of Chaukori, kausani. Enroute guest has option to visit some of the most renowned and remote temples of Kumaon such as Kausani, Berinag and Patal Bhubaneshwar. Patal Bhuvaneshwar, one of the most fascinating places of the Kumaon region, is a limestone cave temple 14 km from Gangolihat in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand state in India. It is located in the village Bhubneshwar. Kausani is nature’s own reverse, nestling among thick, dense pine forests atop a narrow ridge and separated from the towering mountains of the Nanda Devi range by low, medium mountains at Kausani.
Travel by surface from Delhi to Almora on arrival check in at hotel and over night stay hotel.
Drive to Chaukori from Almora
Today visit Patal Bhuvaneshwar evening back to Chaukori for over night stay.
After breakfast to Proceed to Kausani in over night stay hotel.
Check out the hotel further to Delhi concludes
******* Tour ends with sweet memories take home *******
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The nearest Domestic Airport is Naini Saini Airport, Uttarakhand, roughly one and a half hour drive from Chaukori. The second nearest Domestic Airport from Chaukori is Pantnagar Airport, Pantnagar, roughly 227Kms from Chaukori.
The nearest railway station from Chaukori is Kathgodam railway station. It is situated at a distance of 180 Kms from the Chaukori.
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Berinag is a small hamlet situated at an elevation of 1,740mts at a distance of 10kms from Chaukori. The town of Berinag faces the massive snow capped peaks of the mighty Himalayas. Berinag was previously known as Bedinag and this place is famous for snake temples. Tea gardens of Berinag yield hight quality tea.