Places to Visit in Almora District of Uttarakhand with Family

Places to Visit in Almora District of Uttarakhand with Family

Almora, a small hill station found in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, beckons lovers of nature and tranquility from all over the world. It is named after the plant “Kilmora” that is used for washing utensils of the ancient Katarmal Temple. Framed by the magnificent Himalayas, the region offers spectacular views of the mountains on a clear day. On a misty day, Almora looks like something out of a dream, where all things seem surreally beautiful. This quaint town is a perfect spot for enjoying a few tranquil days with family, far away from the heat and noise of the city. Sightseeing in Almora is very rewarding, thanks to the cultural richness of the region. Here is a list of a few must-visit places in and around Almora.

Almora Zero Point

Binsar Zero Point (Pic By: Pexels)

  Zero Point

Located inside the famous Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, Zero Point is an excellent vantage point to enjoy mesmerizing views of the towering Himalayan peaks including Kedarnath Peak, Nanda Devi, and Trishul. Photography-enthusiasts will have a busy time here as Zero Point offers awe-inspiring photo opportunities. Visit here with your kids who will love the aura of this highest point inside the wildlife sanctuary.

Jageshwar

One of those places to visit in Almora where you can explore spirituality and scenic beauty all at once, Jageshwar is a renowned sacred site. A cluster of around 125 temples surrounded by lush Deodar trees while the holy Jata Ganga meanders into the temple complex—that’s Jageshwar for you! It is also a great place to camp and be one with nature. Your little ones will love the prospect of glimpsing into the regional culture at Jageshwar.

Katarmal Sun Temple

Katarmal Sun Temple, Almora (Pic By: Pexels)

Kasar Devi Temple

At Kasar Devi Temple, you may pray as well as enjoy the surrounding scenic views. Located at a height of about 2,116m in the midst of thick pine forests, Kasar Devi Temple is one of those regions in the world that lie in the Van Allen Belt. A great learning opportunity for both children and adults, this temple is also where Swami Vivekananda is said to have meditated for a few days.

Katarmal Sun Temple

Dating back 800 years, the ancient Katarmal Sun Temple is one of the most precious gems found in the cultural treasure trove of Almora. Visit this fine example of architectural prowess of a bygone civilization with your children to get an insight into ancient history.

Where to stay in Almora:Choose one of the best resorts in Almora, Club Mahindra Binsar Villa, for a comfortable stay during a family vacation in the region. It is nestled amidst pine trees and provides accommodation in log huts. Apart from providing you with a memorable stay, the Binsar Villa resort in Uttarakhand also offers stunning views of the Himalayas. What’s stopping you from making this vacation happen? You may go through Club Mahindra reviews of the Binsar Villa resort to find out why people love and prefer this property.

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Club Mahindra Binsar Villa Resort (Pic by: Club Mahindra)

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9 thoughts on “Places to Visit in Almora District of Uttarakhand with Family

  1. I had been to Almora long time back. like you said, it did feel like a dream place, in the mountain mist of the Himalayas. I went there with my friends. Perhaps i should pay attention to your advice and visit it with my family soon. I am sure my parents would love the quaint town. They could enjoy the temples while I could get lost in nature at Zero Point.

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  2. I don’t know much about India, so I was excited to read about Almora. I love learning about other cultures, so this sounds like a great stop.I know my husband would love to see the Himalayas.

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  3. Being an Indian, it’s a shame I have never landed in Uttarakhand. Till date I used to dream to visit Nainital, but it seems Almora is no less and I just checked that they both aren’t too far and I can visit both in a single trip 🙂 Zero Point sounds like being on top of the world with amazing views. The pillar photo of the Jageshwar temples is awesome and so are the views from the Club Mahindra resort. Thanks for sharing this

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  4. As I am a mountain lover, I would love to visit Almora. Binsar zero point looks splendid with white clouds over beautiful Himalayas. Katarmal Sun temple also looks worthvisiting due to its wonderful architecture. Thanks for sharing detailed information on where to stay. I would surely look into Club Mahindra resort for stay as it looks wonderful.

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  5. I am sold, only looking at your pictures! Firstly, the vantage point or Zero point in Binsar has breathtaking views and Jageshwar with its 125 (!!) temples also seems like a great place to explore. I love the black-and-white picture of the corridor with the columns. I really had no idea Almora had such lovely places to explore. My family lives in Delhi and I visit them often and we are always looking for places not too far from Delhi to explore over a long weekend. This sounds like a good one!

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  6. Beautifully written! Would love to visit each and every place you mentioned. Do check out my blog to some of the remotest places of Uttarakhand. Hope, you’ll like it.

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