Kainchi Temple: (39 Kms)
Kainchi Temple holds a revered place in the hearts of devotees, Located  Dedicated to Neem Karoli Baba, it attracts pilgrims seeking spiritual solace. The tranquil surroundings and the legend of the temple’s founding add to its mystique, drawing visitors from far and wide.

Binsar: (28 Kms)
Binsar, nestled amidst the picturesque Kumaon hills, offers a serene retreat for nature enthusiasts. The Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, home to diverse flora and fauna, provides ample opportunities for wildlife spotting and birdwatching. The panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks from Binsar make it a favored destination for travelers seeking tranquility and natural beauty.

Kasar Devi: (12 Kms)
Kasar Devi, located near Almora, is steeped in spiritual significance and natural beauty. This ancient temple, dedicated to Kasar Devi, attracts spiritual seekers and travelers alike. Renowned for its tranquil ambiance and panoramic views of the Himalayas, Kasar Devi has been a sanctuary for meditation and introspection for centuries. The serene surroundings and the mystique associated with the temple make it a must-visit destination for those seeking solace and spiritual enlightenment amidst nature’s splendor.

Kausani: (57 Kms)
Kausani, often referred to as the ‘Switzerland of India,’ captivates visitors with its breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas. Perched at an altitude of over 1800 meters, this hill station offers panoramic views of peaks like Nanda Devi and Trishul. The serene ambiance and lush greenery make it an ideal destination for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Ranikhet (53 Kms):
Ranikhet, adorned with pine and oak forests, is a charming hill station known for its scenic beauty and pleasant climate. The verdant landscapes, coupled with the majestic views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks, create a captivating setting for visitors. The Jhula Devi Temple and Chaubatia Gardens are among the popular attractions in Ranikhet, adding to its allure as a tourist destination.

Jageshwar: (40 Kms)
Jageshwar holds significant religious importance for Hindus in Kumaun, believed to be the dwelling place of one of the twelve ‘Jyotirlingas’. Referenced in the epic ‘Mahabharata’, this temple complex nestles in a narrow valley adorned with Cedar trees. The convergence of Nandini and Surabhi streams near this sacred site adds to its serene aura.

Chitai Temple (12 Kms):
The renowned Chitai Temple in Almora is devoted to Golu Devta, an incarnation of Gaur Bhairav. Located 8 kilometers from Almora, worshippers believe that the deity fulfills earnest wishes, merely requiring a bell as an offering, evident from the multitude of bells adorning the temple.

Simtola Eco-Park (09 Kms):
Simtola Eco-Park, situated 3 kilometers from Almora, is a favored destination for camping and picnicking. Surrounded by dense forests of deodar and chir trees, it lies adjacent to the revered Kasardevi hill. Within its confines lie Sidheshwar, Adey, and Golu temples, offering breathtaking views of the snow-capped peaks of Bandarpunch and Nandadevi.

Almora Zoo (08 Kms): Almora boasts zoological parks offering a diverse array of wildlife viewing experiences. These parks provide an opportunity to observe wildlife without venturing deep into the forests, equipped with amenities such as bathrooms and refreshments for visitors.

Vivekanand Corder (3 Kms): Previously known as Bright End Corner, located two kilometers from Almora, is renowned for its splendid views of sunrise and sunset. The tranquil ambiance during these moments is unparalleled, complemented by the nearby serene circuit house and Vivekananda library in Ramkrishna Kutir, dedicated to spiritual enlightenment.

Rama Krishna Kutir (03 Kms): In 1897, Swami Vivekananda, accompanied by his disciples, expressed his vision of establishing an Advaita Ashrama in the Himalayas, promoting the eternal truth of unity. This desire resonated with the philosophy of ‘Advaita,’ emphasizing the singular essence pervading all living beings and the universe.