Chaukori is a small hill station located in the western Himalayan Range, in the state of Uttarakhand. Along its eastern border runs the Mahakali River, forming the Indo Nepal border. Located at an altitude of 2010 m, Chaukori affords visitors a beautiful panoramic view of the surrounding majestic hills of Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot, and the Panchchuli group. Chaukori is located in close proximity to Gangolihat, which is a prominent religious centre. The British made intense efforts to establish tea gardens in the area which still flourish and provide a rather scenic landscape.
Naini Saini airport at Pithoragarh, 114 km is the nearest. (please enquire whether flights are operational)
Nearest railhead Kathgodam – 214 km. Buses & taxis are available for Chaukori.
Chaukori is 480 km from Delhi and 183 km from Nainital. In our opinion, it would be best to drive down from Delhi itself.
Generally, summer season is the best time to visit Chaukori, i.e. April to June when weather is the most pleasant and ideal for all outdoor activities. Monsoon season literally pours here and accessing any spot is utmost difficult. But daredevils and honeymooners like to smell the mist, low clouds and keep visiting the place throughout the year.
Winters are chilly and temperature slips to around 2 degrees. With warm clothes visiting Chaukori is not a major problem.
The weather in general is sub-tropical in Chaukori and it experiences three distinct seasons’ viz., summers, monsoons and winters. Summers are moderate and winters quite cold. The former is recommended for tourism as the monsoon season experiences heavy rainfall. Summers and monsoon s... read more...
There are no Events and Festivals celebrated in Chaukori.However there are sleepy villages that enjoy Diwali and Holi every year.
There is no much scope of Shopping in Chaukori.However one can buy the common daily needs here.
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