Almora is situated at the eastern part of Uttarakhand. It is one of the three hill districts of Kumaun region. The snowy region of mighty Himalaya attracts a large number of tourists in Almora. The social and cultural background is so rich. It depicts about the old Chand forts, majestic wooden houses which are traditionally decorated. Its history is so old that reflects the period of Mahabharata. A Chinese visitor of seventh century had revealed that the Almora city was known as the Kingdom Brahmaputra. It was surrounded by hills and snowcapped peaks. During the days of Raja Chand.

Almora was also known by the name of Rajapur. Many other historical sites are associated With this town. In 1744 Ali Muhammad Khan marched here aggressively. The two most fascinating rivers "Koshi" and "Suyal" flow through this aromatic town of Uttarakhand. The temple of Nanda Devi is 1000‐year old temple and is one of the main attractions of Almora. A festival is held every year where youth from different region come to participate in this dance festival.

  • Chitai Temple or Golu Devta

    Chitai Temple is dedicated to Golu Devta, an incarnation of Gaur Bhairav. Situated 8kms from Almora the deity of this sacred temple is reputed to make every wish come true, provided the worshipper ask for it with a clear conscience.

  • Markets of Almora

    The main markets or bazaar of Almora are Lala Bazaar, Malli Bazaar, Karkhana Bazaar and Thana Bazaar. You can buy local utensils, clothes, and other things of your necessity at these bazaars.

  • Kasar Devi Temple

    Kasar Devi Temple is situated at a distance of 7km from Almora. This sacred temple is mentioned in Skanda Purana and it is also said that Swami Vivekananda meditated here in the year 1920.

  • Bright End Corner

    It is situated at a distance of 2 km from Almora. This place is famous for the view of picturesque Sunset and sunrise seen through the Himalayan peaks.

  • Martola

    Situated amidst the lush green mountains of Himalayas, Martola is an ideal spot for picnics. Situated at a distance of 10kms from Almora, Martola is populated mostly by foreigners.

  • Kalimut

    It is a scenic spot having a temple dedicated to Goddess Kali, situated at a distance of 5kms from Almora.

  • Deer Park

    Deer Park is situated just 3km from Almora. Deer Park comes in NTD (Narayan Tiwari Dewai). You can see different types of Himalayan animals at the park.

  • Gobind Ballabh Pant Public Museum

    The GB Pant museum is situated opposite to the bus stand. The museum remains closed on Mondays and other Government Holidays. you can visit the museum from 10:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

  • Simtola

    The mesmerising views of the mountains covered with Pine and Deodar trees are enchanting from Simtola. It is a perfect spot for camping and picnicking and it is situated 3km from Almora.

  • Katarmal Sun Temple

    It is the second most important temple to Sun God in India, the first one being Sun Temple of Konark in Orissa. Katarmal temple is believed to be is more than 800 years old.