Almora Tourism & Travel Guide

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Fast Bullets to Try Out: Cold Coffee at Noorzang, Almora Chat, Roadside at Almora Chai at Bus Stop, Haldwani A bath in Kosi River, Almora Sunset, BrightEnd, Almora Sunrise, Gandhi Ashram, Kausani Meadows Trek, On way to Kosi, Almora Do not buy anything....

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By the time we started our drive to Ranikhet from Almora, it was already late evening. This drive is one unforgettable one. While cutting through mountains, the roads were so dark that it scared the hell out of us. With less or none traffic at most patch, the drive was just getting better and better as we started entering the jungle.
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About Almora

A small cantonment town in the scenic Kumaon Valley, a visit here will not leave any history buff disappointed. Its renowned and ancient Katermal Sun Temple and Jageshwar Temples, including the Archaeological Museum, offer an insight into its quaint scriptures. Spots such as Zero Point here are perfect for enjoying a splendid view of the Himalayas. Catering to every adventure seeker's interests, many resorts and travel companies also organise treks to Pindari and Milam glaciers and also mountain-bike trips around the hills of Almora. Another attraction here is the Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum, dedicated to military mementos weapons, especially the decorated Indian Infantry regiment, Kumaon Regiment. One can also visit Lal Bazaar, adorned with sophisticatedly-carved traditional wooden shops from where one can shop for a variety of things. Places such as Kasar Rainbow Cafe, Baba Cake, Glory Restaurant and Bansal Cafe are known non-vegetarian, vegetarian and bistro dishes. Don't forget to try the various kinds of milk sweets here – bal mithai, choklate (not chocolate) with a fudge-like consistency and singauri, a sweet wrapped in a green Malu leaf.

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