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Written by : LifeStyle Team

Summer is not only meant for scorching sun but it is the time for vacation. Most of the people will be in a plan to relish the summer holidays with much pomp. But, choosing a travel bucket listed place is always a challenging task. For this summer, leave all your tensions and confusions aside... We EeYuva have come up with a place where summer seems like winter. Yeah, to enjoy all this just pack your backpacks to Almora of Uttarakhand.

Almora – A Perfect Summer Hill Station In India

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Nestled in the heart of Kumaon hills of Uttarakhand, Almora is one of the picture perfect hill stations of India. The serene environment, snow-crowned Himalayas, lavish woods and many more throb the hearts of the visitors. This least crowded tourist spot has something for everyone and is an impeccable destination for those who want to rejuvenate themselves from humdrum lifestyle. During the summers, hundreds of visitors visit this locale to escape from the scorching sun and to spend quality time on the lap of mother nature.

All For Honeymooners...

The wedding season is around the corner and many newlyweds will be in the search of a place to enjoy their most secluded moments in a tranquil environment. What gives you a perfect moment other than the romantic weather, cool breezes, rich landscapes, cascading streams and specially designed cosy resorts. Every corner of this top-notch destination witnesses a galore of love stories. Stroll across this beautiful landscapes by holding the hand of your beloved which enhances the bond between you and is a great time to share your lovable memories with each other. Numerous travel operators are providing special honeymoon packages within a budget, so choose best among them and enjoy your days.

Land Of Temples

Katarmal Sun Temple

Almora is not only for nature lovers but also for spiritualists. Numerous temples are sprawled across this tiny town and they grab the eyeballs of visitors with the vast heritage and magnificent carvings. Nanda Devi temple, Chitai Golu Devta Temple, Kasar Devi temple Jageshwar Temple and Katarmal Sun Temple (800-year-old temple) are the famous temples which remain as the cynosure of this locale.

Lala Bazar is the famous 200-year-old market where one can buy angora clothes, which are made from angora rabbits fur. Copper vessels are the special attraction of this market.


Almora is an impeccable destination for adventure bees to satiate their inner thirst. One can immerse themselves in trekking, birdwatching, mountain biking and climbing, cycling and many more. A trek to this hill station renders unforgettable memories to one's life. Grab your friends group to this locale to take part in adventurous activities.

Zero Point

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When you were on Almora trip never give a miss to visit Zero point which is located in Binsar, just a few stones away from Almora. It is the perfect place to capture the best vistas of the surrounding mountains. Located in the Binsar wildlife sanctuary, one need to trek through lavish woods. Zero point is a tower point which is used to view the beauty of the Himalayas. It is the best way to cherish the beauty of different species of flora and fauna of sanctuary. Sunrise and sunset are the best times to enjoy the nature.

Is Summer Best Time To Visit

Yes, during summers, the maximum temperature is below 30 degrees C. The cool breezes and serene environment of this locale rejuvenate the visitors from the scorching sun.

How To Reach:

By Air: Pantnagar is the nearest airport to reach this locale. Numerous taxis are available from Pantnagar to Nainital, Almora and Haldwani.

By Rail: Kathgodam is the nearest railway station to this place and is well connected with the major railway stations of the nation like Delhi, Kolkata and Lucknow.

By Road: Almora is well-connected with the major cities of the nation and numerous buses are available from Delhi to this locale.

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