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A window to the snow-crested Trishul, Nanda Devi, Nandakot and Panchchuli peaks, Kausani is the idyllic retreat for all nature lovers. Surrounded by a thick cover of pine trees, the town oversees Someshwar Valley from one side and provides some splendid panoramic views of the surrounding peaks.
Take a scenic tour of the picturesque hill station bestowed with rich biodiversity. Head unto the Gandhi (Anasakti) Ashram where Gandhi once stayed to write the book 'Anasakti Yoga'. Religious souls can enhance their spiritual quotient by visiting the impressive Chitai temple. Lakhudiyar treasures exciting cave paintings dating back to the Stone Age.

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Things to do

Rafting-Shivpuri to Rishikesh - Welcome to the most sought-after adventure activity in Rishikesh. A slick, fast and crazy adrenaline-pumping adventure - rafting the mighty Ganga is a super fun!

Yoga session at Kunjapuri Temple -Drive to the highest point in Rishikesh, the Kunjapuri temple, for a yoga session in the clouds. Get lasting shots of the town with the first rays of the sun at 6 a.m.

Birding and downhill trek to Pangot - On a clear day, breathtaking views of distant mighty mountains greet you when you reach with lovely vistas of Nainital town, amidst the shade of tall trees you see fleeting glimpses of colourful birds.

Rock climbing and Rappelling-natural wall -The climb on natural rock is fairly tough and requires a lot more resilience than a normal wall at an activity centre. With an experienced instructor to guide you through every step, making safety is the top priority, rock climbing at Bara Panther is compelling and exhilarating.

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Best time to visit October to March

Late September to early November is the best time to visit here after the rains have subsided. The chilly winter arrives by late November and stays on till the end of February.

Clear skies through March till the haze by mid-April and mid-June rains. Frequent landslides are the only dampener till the monsoons end.

How to reach


  • Pantnagar is the closest runway of Kasauni (**limited flights on this route and flights are frequently cancelled). The Pantnagar airport is situated at a distance of 162-kilometers away from the region. Uttarakhand state buses also provide their services from the Pantnagar airport to reach Kasauni.


  • Kathgodam railway station is located at a distance of 142-kilometer from Kasauni. Kathgodam has a well-connected network of rail-routes with major towns like Kolkata, Delhi, and Lucknow. After getting down at the station one can hire a taxi or can take bus to reach Kasauni.


  • Kasauni is easily accessible by motorable road. Cities like Delhi, Nainital, and Almora are well connected with Kasauni. National highway number 24 connects Delhi and Rampur, having reached Rampur tourists then can take National highway number 87 which straight goes to Almora. From Almora, one can easily reach to Kasauni. Private transportations are available from Anand Vihar ISBT which leads to Almora and Nainital district


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