Chaukori Travel Guide
- Chaukori Road Distance
- Guide To Arrive at Chaukori
- Accommodation in Chaukori
- Chaukori Sightseeing
- Chaukori Excursions
Patal Bhuvaneshwar, a well-known sub-terranean temple of Lord Shiva just 20kms away from Chaukori is the hub of national as well as international tourist. You can find the various rocks with diverse shapes and sizes here which bears a resemblance to several gods and goddesses. You can view the massive crowd of pilgrims here at the time of Shivratri. Reaching to this temple is quite interesting; you’ll have to travel through a tunnel which leads into the cavern via a slim dark route of water.
Dharamghar is very near to Chaukori; only 9km away. Probably you’ve heard about Sarla Behn (a follower of Gandhi) spent last days of their life @Dharamghar. You can get the superb view of the large Himalayas from the Himdarshan kutir of Sarla Behn.
A small hamlet, situated just 10kms away from Chaukori at an elevation of 1,740 mts. Previously Berinag was known as Bedinag due to availability of various snake temples. Apart from this Tea Gardens of Berinag is also popular when one talk about this place. Superior quality of tea is produced by tea gardens of Berinag which is exported into various other nations.