If you are looking for totally raw experience of nature and people do come to almora.
Almora is a hill station not so influence by tourism in uttrahand state.
Almora is famous for its alluring beaauty, panoramic view of Himalayas, rich cultural heritage, unique articraft and delicious cuisine.
The most common route to reach almora is via haldwani. Almora lies 90 km north from the nearest railway station haldwani
Almora is land of gods, surrounded by Himalayas and town of temples
Chitai golu devta, nanda devi temple, jaeshwar dham,
All temples have some ancient stories related to it, and people here are great believer.Spirituality flows in the air.
You can enjoy the beauty of sunrise and sunset from bright end corner which is 2 km away from almora.
Almora share a fair share of snowfall in winter.So if u plan to vist between January and march chance that you will be greeted with snowfall.
Town itself is usually crowded a 2 km long market is in itself the heritage , houses are still of wood and stone which add up to beauty.
After visting so many place giving ur eyes such a treat its time for some delicious cusiniesi
Kumaouni cusinies is beyond words and one would agree with the first savory bite of it.
Still nothing can stop you from trying delicious kumaouni sweets.The iconic Bal mithai and Singori.
The mesmerizing beauty and the adventure can not be summed up in this do visit the place worthit:)