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Few important tourist places around Kausani are
Sitlakhet is a beautiful place known for its peaceful surroundings and offbeat location. Nestled in the lap of nature, at an altitude of 3870 meters in the Syahi Devi hill, Sitlakhet is among the finest places for a retreat from the hustle bustle of city life.Another beautiful attraction here is the famous temple of Syahi Devi, visited regularly by many local devotees.
Chaukori is a small hamlet situated in the Pithoragarh district of Uttrakhand state. Tibet lies to the north of Chaukori and to the south is Terai. Chaukori is perched at an astounding elevation of 2,010mts above sea level affording splendid and invigorating views of nature beauteousness. Chaukori is famous for its tea gardens established by the British. Chaukori is considered as heaven in Kumaon by the travelers. The virgin beauty of Chaukori is unaffected by pollution and crowd..
There are some of the most popular places to see nearÂ Bageshwar Â and places to visit around bageshwar where you love spending your time and bageshwar tourist attraction would compel you to come here over and again.The trekking route to the pindari glacier traverses along the southern wilderness of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary offering captivating and invigorating views of peaks like Panwali Dwar (6683m) and Maiktoli (6803m)
DidihatÂ is a deep Himalayan tourist destination situated 54 km from didihat. The small hilly town is full of pure natural beauty with lush green flora at an altitude of 1725 m. Didihat is situated on the hill top plain of 'Digtarh' and river Charamgad or Bhadigad streaming below. Below the town there is a fertile 'Haat valley'. In Didihat the famous temple (mandir) is known as Sirakot (Malaynath Mandir) of Lord Shiva (Bholenath).
LohaghatÂ is an admired destination in Champawat district of Uttarakhand state. Lohaghat holds immense historical and mythological importance and it is situated on the banks of Lohawati River at an altitude of 1745mts above sea level. During summers the area is covered with Rhododendron, the state flower of Uttarakhand. Lohaghat is spread over ab area of approximately 4.5sqkms.
MunsiyariÂ is a comely hamlet situated in the Pithoragrh district of Uttarakhand state, previously known as Uttaranchal. Munsiyari is nestled in the snow capped peaks of the Himalayas affording splendid vistas of natural beauteousness. Munsiyari is perched at an altitude of 2,298mts above sea level.Munsiyari is famous for its picturesque beauty and trekking excursions.
NainitalÂ jumble around illustrious Naini Lake is a venerate hill station in Kumaon Uttarakhand. The 1.5km boardwalk known as the Mall leads to Mallital (Lake's Head) at the northwestern end of the lake. MaximumÂ Kausani hotels, resorts, restaurants are hooked along the Mall Road between Mallital and Tallital..
Almora is a town of temples, with temple of Goddess Nanda Devi placed in the centre of the town. The mountain, the undulated terrains with greenish luxury all around, is visible from the nearby areas as well.Almora is situated in the midst of the Himalayas, the king of mountains and abode of the gods
Binsar is situated amidst Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. Binsar is an ideal destination for writers, nature lovers and adventure lovers. The dense Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is the home of 200 bird species.Binsar is surely one of the most delightful places to visit.
PithoragarhÂ is the easternmost district of Uttaranchal in north India, surrounded by Nepal to the east and Tibet to the north. Pithoragarh is popular for its exquisite natural beauty and is widely known as the "Little Kashmir". Located at an altitude of 1,650mts above sea level, Pithoragarh is a small valley about 5kms long and 2kms wide. Kumaoni, Hindi and English are the three main languages spoken in this region.
DharchulaÂ is a town and a nagar panchayat in Pithoragarh district in the northern state of Uttarakhand, India. An ancient trading town for the trans-Himalayan trade routes, it is surrounded by very high mountains and is situated in a valley, on the banks of the Kali River at 915 m (3,002 ft) elevation. The Kali is the western boundary of Nepal with India.
The people ofÂ ChampawatÂ are rich in cultural heritage and they still perform the rituals and fairs with equal interest, which they used to perform in 10th century. Champawat is one of the easternmost town of Uttarakhand state perched at an elvation of 1,670mts above sea level.Champawat has a wide variety of fauna and flora as almost 65 per cent of the district is covered with fauna and flora.