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About Champawat

Champawat is the District of State Uttarakhand rich in Heritage and Culture was once the capital of Chand rulers.Champawati is considered the place where Kurmavtar or the turtlr incarnation of Lord Vishno took birth and is also regarded as the Home of the Himalayan Tiger.Champawat is famous for its natural beauty and historical Temples in India. Champawat is covered by 65% of forest hence is rich in flora and fauna.Important attractions are Baleshwar Temple and Nagnath Temple.


How to Reach

By Air
Pantnagar is 160 kilometers away, the nearest airport. Regular transport is available to and from Champawat.

By Rail
Kathgodam – 58 kilometers and Tanakpur, 75 kilometers away are the nearest railheads.

By Road
Champawat is also reachable by road, but the journey is tedious. Many taxis refuse to ply and you can only wait for state transport buses for onward journey.

Best Time to Visit

Champawat can be visited all year round.Though situated at a height, the lower temperatures rarely go down below 4 degrees. The climate is pleasant and offers ample reasons for touring. Rainy season can be avoided but honeymooners love the misty atmosphere and keep thronging this place.

Champawat is a uniquely pleasant hill station and can be visited all round the year except the monsoons. It has your ideal tourist destination weather all round the year, with a pleasant summer, and a soft winter, with temperatures seldom dipping below 4 degrees. The monsoons season usually has a very heavy downpour.

Summers
The months April, May and June form the summer months here in Champawat. The summers are not too hot and just right, varying comfortably f... read more...

ATTRACTION

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Ek Hathiya ka Naula
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Ek Hathiya ka Naula, a Human Wonder! Just 5 kilometers away a unique himan wonder exists. Called the Ek Hathiya ka Naula, it is the handiwork of a chiseled

Baleshwar Temple
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Baleshwar temple, was built during the reign of Chand dynasty, is located in the heart of Champawat city. The presiding deity of this temple is Lord Shiva. The

Nagnath Temple
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Known for its wonderful ancient Kumaoni architecture, Nagnath temple is also dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple was destroyed by the Rohilla and Gorkha invader



 

Where To Eat

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Hotel Amar Jyoti Restaurant
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Tiwari Hotel & Restaurant
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EVENTS/FESTIVALS

Devidhura is a major festival celebrated in Champawat and is an unusual fair.People mostly from Nepal and other places come here to celebrate at Barahi Dev on Raksha Bandhan day.

SHOPPING AREA

There is no much of shopping in Champawat however one can buy the common essentials that we use in everyday life.

Things To Do

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Camping is a recreational activity popular since 20th century where people set up a small portable tents, caravans, motor homes, etc to stay. Primitively campin

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