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Kumaon Camping Tour – Mukteshwar with Almora Chaukori Kausani
Kumaon Camping Tour: Overview
In this 04 Nights / 05Days Tour you will grab a chance to visiting & camping such destinations that are the supreme beauty of nature & these places are Mukteshwar Almora Chaukori & Kausani.
Mukteshwar Almora Chaukori & Kausani among the pine, fir, birch and rhododendron trees and one finds ample scope of escapade, especially from the humdrum of daily life. People gather in Uttarakhand for a Summer Camping, where songs and dances echo their ecstasy.
Visiting & camping in these places is a pleasant experience amidst the snowy hills, and intermittent snowfall adds a new dimension to the camping expedition. Camping Tour in Kumaon is an ideal place for family camping also. For a diehard adventure seeker, Kumaon is the right place, where a delightful camping expedition brings a fresh lease of life. So enjoy this camping trip with exquisite camping facilities where the pickup & drop destination will be Delhi presented by Holiday Travel India.
What is unique in “Kumaon Camping Tour”?
The Kumaon region of Uttarakhand is home to Mukteshwar Almora Chaukori & Kausani that offer you picturesque sites for camping along snow capped Hills, in the lee of the mountains and alongside rivers & in forests.
Mukteshwar is a lovely hamlet snuggled cozily amidst the giant hills of Kumaon. It is about 40 km away ahead of Ramgarh. At an average elevation of 7500 ft above sea level, Mukteshwar offers behold the magnificent vistas for camping. Camp Indoor and Outdoor activities like Burma Bridge, Commando net, Double Rope Bridge, Rope Ladder, Pole Climbing, Tire Crossing, with Adventure sports and Balance Beam enjoy recreational activities of camp like Candle light dinner & Bone fire at night.
On the other hand Almora is famous for their Bright End corner, Chaukori is famous for their Patal Bhubaneshwari cave, Berinag Mandir & last one is Kausani famous for their beautiful Tea estate. Do come to Kumaon region of Uttarakhand for an exquisite Camping & sightseeing expedition which holds as the uniqueness of this package.
Visit Mukteshwar Almora Chaukori & Kausani
Camping in majestic Mukteshwar
Camping Adventure Sports Activities: Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Valley crossing, Rafting, Trekking
Camping High Rope Obstacle Course: (11 activities)
Camping Ground Sports Activities: Volley Ball, Football, Bad-Minton and Cricket etc.
Team Building Activities: According to Group strength and interest.
Indoor Games: Card, Chess, Tambola and Carom etc.
Other Activities: Bone Fire with light music
Explore End Corner, Patal Bhubaneshwari cave
Visit Berinag Mandir & Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple
Excursion of Kausani Tea Estate & Rudradhari Falls
Pick & Drop from Delhi Airport/Railway station
2 nights stay at Mukteshwar Hotels
1 Nights stay at Chaukori Hotels
1 Nights stay at Kausani Hotels
A/C vehicle for Transfers & Sightseeing
All road, state taxes, driver allowance, permit & night halt charges
Transportation: Transport from Delhi to Delhi as per chosen
Accommodation: In Camps Double/Triple sharing basis.
All meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Tea/Coffee with Veg. Snacks, Dinner.
Trekking (All activities are subject to the weather condition as well the duration of stay)
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Anything not mentioned in itinerary
Government service tax extra
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Cost does not include any other thing apart from the itinerary inclusions
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Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, roadblocks etc (to be borne by the clients directly on the spot)
Kasaar Jungle Resort - (4* Hotel) -TA rating 4.0/5 certified in Excellence
Location: Binsar Road, Near Kasaar Devi Temple, Almora, Uttarakhand 263601
Imperial Heights Resort - (3* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Location: Kasar Devi, Almora-Bageshwar Rd, Almora, Uttarakhand 263601
Shivalik River Retreat - (2* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Location: River Point, Kosi, NH-87 Almora, Almora, Uttarakhand
Ojaswi Resort (3* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Bageshwar -Munsiyari Road, Tea Garden, Chaukori, Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand 262531
Hotel Himshikhar - (2* Hotel) -TA rating 4.0/5 - certified in Excellence
Address: Bageshwar-Munsyari Rd, Chaukori, Uttarakhand 262531
Pratiksha Himalayan Retreat- (4* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Pacific Mall, Rajpur Road, Jakhan, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
The Heritage Resort Kasauni - (3* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: 21, Rajpur Rd, Chukkuwala, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001
Kausani Best inn - (2* Hotel) -TA rating 4.0/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Saharanpur Road (Near Lal Pull), Dehradun, Uttarakhand
On arrival pick from Delhi and drive toward Mukteshwar for a thrilling adventures tour ahead, (Mukteshwar is a beautiful small village situated at an average elevation of 7500 ft above sea level) Evening arrival, check into your pre- booked camps & take rest. Later enjoy recreational activities of camp like Candle light dinner & Bone fire at night.
Have dinner with overnight stay at Mukteshwar camp
Meal: All meal provided by the camp
Today after breakfast enjoy camp activities. Today after breakfast enjoy camp Adventure Sports Activities, Indoor & outdoor Games Indoor and Outdoor activities like Volley Ball, Football, Bad-Minton and Cricket , Card, Chess, Tambola and Carom and many more. After lunch may go for visit nearby sightseeing like Bright End Corner is a hilltop site 2 km away from Almora. In the evening back to camp & have eve tea. Later enjoy recreational activities of camp like Candle light dinner & Bone fire at night.
Overnight at Mukteshwar camp
Today after breakfast drive to Chaukori which is Chaukori is a little hamlet perched at an elevation of 2010 meters from the sea level. On arrival check into hotel and relax. After lunch go for Half day sightseeing of Chaukori local sightseeing where we will visit Patal Bhubaneshwari cave, Berinag Mandir& Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple. Later in evening, enjoy the serene beauty of this beautiful hilly resort visiting grassy meadows of Chaukori & back to your accommodation.
Overnight stay at Chaukori hotel with dinner
Lunch: May have lunch at Hotel Himshikhar (TA rating - 4.0/5) Famous for Kumauni dishes Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian food in Chaukori Friendly cuisines
After breakfast check out from Hotel, Travel by surface from Mu Chaukori to Kausani. On arrival check into your pre – booked hotel & take rest. After lunch go for half day sightseeing of Kausani like Kausani Tea Estate & Rudradhari Falls. In the evening back to your accommodation & free for independent activities.
Overnight at Kausani hotel with dinner
Lunch: May have lunch at Maacozy restaurant (TA rating 3.5 / 5) serves Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisines along with refreshing drinks.
Today after breakfast checkout from the Hotel and start backward journey to Delhi, reach by evening on arrival free transfer to Airport / Railway station for further your pre booked journey ahead. Tour get ends with lots of memories. End of Services
More about Mukteshwar Chaukori Almora & Kausani
Mukteshwar: Mukteshwar is a lovely hamlet snuggled cozily amidst the giant hills of Kumaon. It is about 40 km away from Naukuchiatal ahead of Ramgarh. At an average elevation of 7500 ft above sea level, Mukteshwar offers behold the magnificent vistas. Mukteshwar was a quiet mountain hamlet till the turn of last century. Mukteshwar temple is at an altitude of 2,315 m and can be approached by stone stairs. The temple is dedicated to Shiva and has a lingam made of white marbles. The idols of Brahma, Vishnu, Parvati, Ganesha, and Nandi & Hanuman surround the lingam.
Chaukori: It is a lesser known destination in Uttarakhand. Located at a distance of 36kms from Gangolihat and 53kms from Bageshwar, Chaukori is a beautiful hamlet overlooking the mighty Himalayan peaks like Trishul, Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba and Nanda Kot. For those who are looking for a new destination for camping in Himalaya, Chaukori can be an excellent choice. One has the chance of exploring a new destination and the opportunity to enjoy the pristine nature’s beauty and witness some of the most beautiful sunrise and sunsets.
Almora: Almora is a popular hill station 316 km from the state capital Dehradun. Situated at 1646 ms, popular pilgrimage sites like Nanda Devi and Jageshwar are located near Almora and fairs held at these temples attract thousands of devotees from across the world. Almora also serves as the starting point for many treks like Mornaula, Mukteshwar, Binsar, Ranikhet among others. Almora was founded in 1568 by Kalyan Chand during the rule of the Chand dynasty. Almora is also a good place to catch up on history. Govind Ballabh Pant Museum houses a rich collection of artifacts belonging to the Katyuri and the Chand dynasty.
Kausani: Kausani is a famous destination for Himalayan tourists. It is located 120 Km from Nainital, 53 km North of Almora. This place offers a 350 km view of the Himalayan peaks like Trishul, Nanda Devi and Panchchuli. The view is so clear that one gets a feeling of the snow being within touching distance. There are very few places in the Himalayas which can compare with the beauty of Kausani - a picturesque hill station famous for its scenic splendor.
How to get Mukteshwar from Delhi
By Air: The nearest airport to Mukteshwar is located 100 km away in Pantnagar. Delhi International Airport is the nearest international airport to this hill station. Delhi and Pantnagar are connected to each other with regular flights. Flights ply from Delhi international airport to other major cities of the country and the world. Pre-paid taxis can be boarded from the Pantnagar airport to Mukteshwar.
By rail: Kathgodam is the nearest railway station to Mukteshwar which is located at a distance of 73 km from the hilltop. Taxis available from this railhead to Mukteshwar, promise a comfortable journey to the tourists. Kathgodam through the rail network is connected to the major cities of the country.
By Road: Hire a cab or rent a car to drive down to Mukteshwar, which takes about 7 hours. This mode is ideal for group travel or for families with senior citizens and kids. Approximate cost of cab per kilometer ranges from INR 8 to 14 depending upon the type of car hired.
Summer (March to May): The days are warm and the nights are pretty cool with the temperature reaching a maximum of 27°C. Scenic views can be experienced in this weather and the trees are covered with fruits.
Monsoon (July to September): Monsoon brings with it mild showers and lasts from July to September. Greenery in this period is wonderful. The hill station experiences heavy snowfall in winters and heavy downpour in the monsoon months of July, August and September.
Winter (October to January): Winters see the temperature fluctuation to as low as 3°C and hence, it can be very cold. The maximum temperature reaches up to 17°C. Heavy snowfall is experienced by the town during this period. Mountains laden with snow are a common sight in Mukteshwar during this time of the year.
The best time to visit Mukteshwar
The best time to visit Mukteshwar is throughout the year barring heavy rainy season and snowy winters but the October is the most preferred month to visit Mukteshwar.
History of Mukteshwar temple
Mukteshwar temple is an ancient temple which is almost 350 years old. It is situated on the top of the hill in Mukteshwar and lies approximately 2312 m above the sea level. The main deity of the temple is Lord Shiva, and the temple also consists of a Shiva Linga of white marble. The temple is beautiful and is identified as one of the eighteen most important temples dedicated to Lord Shiva in the Hindu scriptures. The nature lovers must surely visit the temple and enjoy the breathtaking view one is likely to get from there.
Mukteshwar Tourist Places
Mukteshwar temple is an ancient temple which is almost 350 years old. It is situated on the top of the hill in Mukteshwar and lies approximately 2312 m above the sea level. The main deity of the temple is Lord Shiva, and the temple also consists of a Shiva Linga of white marble. The temple is beautiful and is identified as one of the eighteen most important temples dedicated to Lord Shiva in the Hindu scriptures.
One of the popular tourist attractions located away from hustle of the city, the site is an ideal hill station renowned for offering beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges. It is situated at an average elevation of around 7,000 ft above the sea level. Spread over an area of around 39 acres, the site is dotted with numerous dense areas comprising oak and pine trees. Housing a British stone bungalow of over hundred years old, the site is frequently thronged by travelers for its beauty and natural surroundings.
Chauthi Ki Jaali
Chauthi Ki Jaali, is the famous tourist spots, is located on a cliff in Mukteshwar. Dotted with lush green surroundings and numerous rocks, the site is renowned for offering beautiful views of the Kumaon valley. The natural lattices and a hole in the rock are the remnants of the battle between demons and goddess. Tourists can also engage themselves in mountain climbing and rappelling activities that are regularly organized at the site.
Nathuakhan is a small solitary village in the Kumaon hills, which is bestowed with natural beauty. The entire region offers beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges and is dotted with oak, pine, birch and kaphal trees. Small country cottages made of wood and stone add beauty to the landscape. Tourists can engage in nature walks and trekking activities in and around the village.
Peora, also known as the fruit bowl of Uttarakhand, is a small village located in the Kosyakutoli Tehsil of Nainital district. The site is located in the Kumaon hills at a distance of 8 km from the Mukteshwar city. This eco-tourism spot is at a height of 6,600 ft above sea level and offers beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges. Various trekking expeditions are organized for tourists from this site. Birdwatching, game watching and trekking are some of the popular activities carried out by travellers visiting the region.
Ramgarh is a small town located at a distance of around 17 km from the destination. Earlier the site was a cantonment during British era and is situated at an average height of 4,590 ft. This small town is an ideal place for spending leisure time and has been a home of renowned writers like Padma Vibhushan Mahadevi Verma, Narayan Swami and Rabindranath Tagore. The main attractions of the region include apple, apricot and peach orchards, which are found in abundance.
Things to do in Mukteshwar
Photography: Mukteshwar is a photographers delight with it's panoramic views of the Himalayas, deep wooded valleys, sunsets and sunrise vistas & it's flora, fauna and scenic beauty
Sightseeing tours to neighboring Lakes, Temples and towns and Village Home stays
Forest and Village Camping are organized for the adventurous kinds who like to experience the outdoors
Enjoy evening Bonfires with a guitarist and Folk Dance and song performances
Nature Walks, Soft Trekking, Jungle walks with guides, Village walks
Picnics / Day-outs to unspoilt, beautiful spots, cascading hill streams, small natural pools, waterfalls.
Bird watching: With over 250 species of migrant and resident birds the forests around the resort become a haven for bird watchers.
Avail from Yoga and Meditation programs for groups
Short Adventure Tour Activities in Mukteshwar, Nainital, Corbett, Nature Walks, Soft Trekking, Bird watching tours, Wildlife Photography, Camping, Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Yoga and Meditation
At the Mountain Trail of Mukteshwar you can enjoy a quiet holiday in the lap of nature with some great adventure activities like rock climbing, river crossing, para gliding, flying fox, forest hiking, stream picnics, star gazing etc.
Camping Adventure activities in Mukteshwar
Rock climbing, rappelling
River Crossing, Slithering
Jumaring, Star Gazing
Games in Jungle Camp Table Tennis, Badminton, Volley ball, Cricket, etc
Bird watching, Hiking, Village walk
A Day picnic or overnight camping
Jungle Trek, Stream (waterfall), Night & Village Trek
Sunrise & sunset point & 360 degree point
Thakood Top trek & Jeep Safari in Mukteshwar
Kapileshwar Temple Trek (4000 ft)
Rithani Cowshed, Folk dances & Music
Almora has a pleasant and cool climate all through the year with the annual average maximum temperature is around 23 degree C and average minimum temperature is about 11.5 degree C.
Summers (April to July): are moderate with maximum temperature below 30 degree C and is ideal for all sightseeing visits.
Monsoons (August to October): are associated with moderate rains, it makes Almora beautiful and attractive with fresh greeneries.
Winters (December to February): offer chilly cool climate with temperature touching down to 4 degree C. December and January months are freezing.
Places to visit in Almora
Bright End Corner
Bright End Corner is a hilltop site 2 km away from Almora that offers a magnificent view of the valleys and peaks of Kumaon Region. This site is famous for picturesque sunset and sunrise seen through the Himalayan peaks. There is a library named after Vivekananda which has numerous books on literature and teachings. You can also visit Vivekananda Memorial where Swami Vivekananda had stopped for a while on his journey to the Himalayas. Swami Vivekanand Library and Memorial is another attraction of Bright End Corner.
It is an ideal spot for picnicking situated amidst lush green gardens. Situated 10kms from Almora, Martola is inhabited mostly with foreigners. Buses and taxis are available up to Panuwanaula and one has to cover the remaining distance on foot.
It is a scenic spot dedicated to Goddess Kali, situated at a distance of 5kms from Almora. The views of the snow capped Himalayan peaks are invigorating from here. Kalimath, offers a panoramic view of the snow capped Himalayan peaks.
Deer Park is situated just 3km from Almora. Deer Park comes in NTD (Narayan Tiwari Dewai). Deer park, a wildlife tourist attraction of Almora, houses a collection of some deer species, leopards and the Himalayan black bear. Deer park is a perfect place to enjoy the evening time amidst towering pine trees.
Gobind Ballabh Pant Public Museum
Vallabh Pant Public Museum, situated near the bus stand of Almora . The museum remains closed on Mondays and other Government Holidays. It is open from 10:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. State museum of Almora or Govind, has a rich collection of fascinating items relating to history, archeology, development of art, culture, and the life style of this region. The state museum displays the archaeological finds from the Katyur and Chand periods and exhibits a wide collection of folk paintings.
The ravishing views of the mountains covered with pine and deodar trees are enchanting from Simtola. Simtola is a popular spot for camping and picnicking and it is situated 3km from Almora. Simtola is a famous tourist spot in Almora which is ideal for picnic and camping. Tourists can enjoy the stunning views of the mountains covered with pine and deodar trees from Simotla.
Katarmal Sun Temple
Situated 7km from Almora this historical important temple is an example of intricate sculpturing. It is the second most important temple to Sun God, the first one being Sun Temple of Konark in Orissa. Katarmal is more than 800years old.
Gollu Devta or Chitai Temple
Gollu Temple is dedicated to Gollu Devta, an incarnation of Gaur Bhairav. Situated 8 km. from Almora the deity of this sacred temple is reputed to make every wish comes true, provided the worshipper ask for it with a clear conscience. All he asks for in propitiation is a bell, as was evident from the thousands of bells strung across the temple premises. Anyone can even seek Gollu Devta"s divine intervention by writing to him. Stacks of letter are pinned all over the temple along with bells. The stunning view of the Himalayas can also be seen from the Chitai.
Shiyahi devi is the very famous trekking root and picnic spot of Almora from where tourists can see very close view of the Himalayas.
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 in these bazaars.
Kasar Devi Temple
Kasar Devi Temple is situated at a distance of 7km from Almora. This sacred temple is also mentioned in Skanda Purana and it is also said that Swami Vivekananda meditated here in the year 1890. An inscription found on a stone boulder, indicates that the temple was built by a king named Rudrak. The place affords enchanting view of the splendid Himalayas. Kasar Devi Temple is an ancient temple of 2nd century which was said to be built by a king named Rudrak. The enchanting view of the splendid Himalayas can be enjoyed from Kasar Devi temple.
Koshi, 12 kms from Almora town, is a place of natural beauty which is known for the Govind Vallabh Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Research. Koshi is also a popular picnic resort with a guest house for overnight stay.
Lakhudiyar is one of the most important pre-historic sites, situated at a distance of 20 km from Almora in the hills. Lakhudiyar is known for numeral caves (Lakhudiyar means one lakh caves) which have beautiful paintings of pre-historic man on their walls.
Places to visit in Chaukori
Patal Bhubaneshwari cave
Patal Bhubaneshwari is a very ancient cave, which is about 37 km from Chaukori. For many tourists, remains one of their most memorable experiences in the district. The myth behind this cave cum sanctuary is that, the Pandavas with their wife Draupadi stayed for a while here while on their final journey to salvation in the Himalayas. There is an unprecedented rush of relief and peace, and the cave itself has a whole water body located inside it. The cave itself is not a single cavity, but a series of caves within caves, made completely out of limestone, and by the safekeeping of the authorities is very well preserved, and electrically illuminated. The cave becomes a spiritual spot for many who comes seeking peace and fulfillment in Chaukori.
Arjuneshwar Shiva Temple
The temple is situated on a hill at a height of about 6000 feet, and needless to say, you need to be wearing your most comfortable pair of shoes to complete the trek to this temple. This temple was constructed by one of the Pandava brothers, who were known throughout India for his impeccable archery, Arjuna. The temples in all of Chaukori, are a live symbol of the dedication that great men placed in the leading deities of the area, chiefly Lord Shiva.
Kapileshwar Mahdev remains a very pure and religiously relevant spot for devotees of Lord Shiva. Sage Kapil constructed this temple, which is just above Tekari and Takaura villages. Every day, prayers are offered and hymns are sung in strict accordance to the doctrines dictated by the texts and devotees are open to offer their respects at the shrine as well. The Northeast path opens up to the Dharchaula Pithorgarh route, for those interested in exploring the district beyond Chaukori
Veni Nag Devta Temple is a famous nag (snake) temple located in Berinag which is located 12 kilometers from Chaukori. There are numerous snakes here. Berinag, about 10 km from Chaukori, houses this temple dedicated to Sheshnag. The Sheshnag Temple is said to have been constructed py the Pants (the Hindu Brahmins of Maharashtra. The temple, constructed in the 14th century, sees devotes who worship the lesser known Hindu deities.
Ghunsera Devi Temple
These idols in the temple complex were established by the Khol Kings of Kartikeya Pura. The actual live specimens of such an era are extremely valuable, and unique to such rare parts of the country. History students can rejoice, for this really dated temple, houses some anciently carved shrines, with a few dating back to the Gupta Age. The stone idols were a predominant part of the culture in the hilly regions of Uttaranchal that promotes idol worship.
The Nakuleshwar Temple, unlike many Uttaranchali temples, does not take after the popular Kumaoni style of architecture, with the elaborately carved wooden gates and such. This temple takes extensively from the Khajuro carvings that focus on the voluptuousness of the physical form and aesthetics, and of recording the body in action, immortalizing them in stone. The really imposing figures of Hindu mythology worshipped extensively in the region are in the form of 38 statuettes here.
Mostamanu is around 6 km by bus and 2 km on foot from Pithoragarh. This temple is dedicated to Mosta God and is known for a big fair, which is conducted annually between August and September.
Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat
Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat is an ancient temple which is also known as Haat Kalika Mandir. A holy place, the temple is believed to have been chosen by Sankaracharya for establishing the Mahakali Shakti Peeth. There is also a Chamunda Temple just 2 km away from the Mahakali Temple of Gangolihat.
Sightseeing in kausani
Rudradhari Falls and Caves are located on Kausani Almora Road about 12.0 km. distance from Kausani. A Rudradhari waterfall is a natural location.
Kausani Tea Estate
The Kausani Tea Estate is a very beautiful and scenic place which is idyllically situated on Bageshwar road and is perched at an elevation of 1,800 meters above sea level. It is located at 5 km. from ranikhet.
Sarla Ashram also known as Lakshmi Ashram and it is a Gandhian Basic Education centre for schoolgirls.
Baijnath is very famous and ancient temple of Hindu religion. It is located at an altitude of 1126 mts, on the banks of the Gomti River in the Bageshwar district of Uttarakhand. This ancient temple is dedicated to Hindu god shiv.
Pinnath is known for its temple of the same name which is located at the foot of the Gopalkot Peak and the upper portion of the Kosi Valley. The temple has a small conical structure that is dedicated to Bhairon. On October, a famous fair is celebrated at the village every year. The south of the temple lies a door, and is adorned with figures of rajahs on its walls. Indian arch, which has representations of the five Pandavas on its sides, form the roof of the portico. The adytum contains images of Mahadeva and Devi.
The Anasakti Ashram is the place where Mahatma Gandhi stayed during the time he wrote the Anasakti Yog and it is also known as the “Gandhi Ashram”. The Ashram houses a museum that contains Mahatma Gandhi’s photographs and his writings.
Sumitranandan Pant Gallery
It is dedicated to the Hindi poet Sumitranandan Pant, whose birth place is Kausani. The museum showcases his manuscripts of the poems and draft copies of his literary works. Collections of the museum also include over hundreds of English and Hindi books, displayed in glass shelves, the museum has become an interesting place for literature lovers. Every year, to mark the birth anniversary of the famous poet, a poetry conference is organized in this museum