About Almora

A town profusely rich in cultural heritage, exquisite wildlife, and exhilarating views of the Himalayas, it should not be surprising that there are plenty of places to visit in Almora.

Another jewel in the crown of Uttarakhand, the quaint, picturesque town of Almora makes a great destination for a peaceful hill holiday. You will feel blessed to set your eyes upon the many revered Himalayan Peaks like Nanda Devi and Trishul from the pinnacles of Almora. The deluge of centuries-old Almora temples which are a remarkable example of architecture will take you back in time. And, its invigorating air and verdant greenery are too much for the city people to take in.


The best time to visit Almora is from March to May & September (Mid or last) to November (beginning to mid). The climate is cool and pleasant with the temperature around 15-20 degrees Celsius. Even the weather in Almora in July is pleasant when you will find temperature not rising above 30 degrees Celsius. If you love winters and snow, you will love it here then. In Almora, snowfall makes the landscape even more charming and pretty.

Famous Attraction In Almora

Zero Point – For The Best View

Bright End Corner – Sunsets And Sunrises

Jageshwar Temple – Ancient Temple Complex

Kasar Devi Temple – Old And Small Shrine

Katarmal Sun Temple – Architectural Beauty

Chitai Golu Devta Temple – Red And White Mistique

Deer Park – Almora’s Wildlife

Lakhudiyar – Remains Of Early Life

Martola – For Lush Green Hills

Nanda Devi Temple – A Revered Temple

Kalimath – A Rustic Village

Govind Ballabh Pant Public Museum – Explore The History

Simtola – Pine Trees And More

Kasar Devi – A Picturesque Town

Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum – Honouring Our Martyres

Dwarahat Village – A Serene Town

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