Almora

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Almora, a striking district of Uttarakhand belongs to Kumaun region is known for its exceptional beauty with scenic view of Himalayas, lip-smacking cuisines, unusual wildlife and wealthy cultural heritage. It is situated at an elevation of 1638 above sea level and sometimes also acknowledges as the “Switzerland of India”. Almora district could be defined by three things namely charm, romance and serenity. Beside this Almora is also one of the largest hubs for tourist and it promises to provide unforgettable moment to every visitor.

Quick Overview of Almora District
Country: India Headquarters: Almora
Total Population: 630,567(As per the survey done in 2001)
Total Area: 3,082 km2
Latitude: 29° 36' N
Longitude: 79° 30' E

Martola, Deer Park, Kalimut, Simtola, Kausani, Jageshwar, Bright End Corner, Chitai temple, Kasar Devi, Nanda Devi Temple, Lala Bazaar are some of magnificent places to visit in Almora. Spending your times in these places may be the wonderful moments of your life what you want to keep safe for your entire life.

How one can reach to Almora?

Air, Railway and road: all these three facilities are available if you want to reach Almora. Pantnagar is the nearest airport which is 127 Kms away from Almora whereas Kathgodam is the nearest railway station which is only 90 Kms away from Almora. If you prefer to travel by road then here is detail of nearest cities:

• From Lucknow: 466 kms
• From Dehradun: 412 Kms
• From Bareilly: 205 kms
• From Haridwar: 357 kms
• From Haldwani: 96 kms

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