Places near Berinag

If you are travelling to Berinag, we recommend you visiting the following nearby places around Berinag. Include these nearby places in your itinerary and make your visit to Berinag more memorable.

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Gangolihat

Gangolihat

Gangolihat is a small Himalayan hill town in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand, India. Gangolihat is famous for its Shakti Peeth of "Haat Kalika" dedicated goddess Kali....
Chaukori

Chaukori

12 kms / 30 mins
The kaleidoscopic hill station of Chaukori is one such place where the dreamers can turn their imaginations into reality. Besieged by the imperial Himalayas and the thick woodlands, Chaukori offers a spectacular view of the gorgeous Na...
Patal Bhuvaneshwar

Patal Bhuvaneshwar

24 kms / 1 hr
Patal Bhuvaneshwar is one of the most mysterious and spiritual place of Uttarakhand. This hidden pilgrimage situated at 1350 mts above sea level is mainly dedicated to Lord Shiva. Patal Bhuvaneshwar is a limestone cave situated 13kms from G...
Didihat

Didihat

50 kms
Didihat is rich in flora and fauna offering picturesque views of verdant valley surrounded by attractive ridges. It is situated on the pilgrimage route to Kailash Mansarovar. Didihat also offers a panoramic view of several snow-clad Himalay...
Bageshwar

Bageshwar

61 kms / 2 hr 4 mins
The city of Bageshwar bedecked on the confluence of Saryu and Gomati rivers and is situated at an elevation of 1004 metres with numerous famous temples dedicated to Gods and Goddesses in the proximity of Bageshwar.Bageshwar is a place of ex...
Pithoragarh

Pithoragarh

86 kms / 3 hr 15 mins
Pithoragarh is the easternmost district of Uttaranchal in north India, surrounded by Nepal to the east and Tibet to the north.It is popular for its exquisite natural beauty and is widely known as the "Little Kashmir".Located at an altitude ...
Binsar

Binsar

95 kms / 3 hr 19 mins
The sleepy region of Binsar is one of the scenic places of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. Perched at an elevation of 2420 metres, Binsar is known for offering spell-binding views of the majestic Himalayan peaks such as Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi...
Kausani

Kausani

96 kms / 3 hr 15 mins
A backpacker’s happy place and a writer's dreamland, Kausani is one such village of Uttarakhand which is also enjoying its stature as a quaint hill station. Cradled under the sheath of the crimson sun and the dark green hills, K...
Almora

Almora

102 kms / 3 hr 30 mins
Known for its cultural diversity, Almora, this bewitching hill station is situated at an average elevation of 1,638 meters and is spread across a 5 km ridge atop Kashyap Hill. Being surrounded by the dwindling pines and old oaks, the city h...

List of popular tourist places near Berinag. Some of these travel destinations you can explore while staying in Berinag, but for some you can easily reach there within few hours of road journey (except if there are any treks near Berinag).

Patal Bhuvaneshwar: Patal Bhubaneshwar is a subterranean shrine of Lord Shiva situated 67kms from Munsiyari. The way to the temple is through a tunnel which leads into the cavern through a narrow dark passage of water. You can see many rocks having various shapes and figures which resemble many gods and goddesses. 

This cave temple is also said to be the abode of thousands of gods. This site situated 35kms from Berinag is visited by thousands of pilgrims every year and especially on the auspicious day of Shivratri.

Didihat: Didihat is situated at an altitude of 1,725mts above sea level in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand state. Administratively Didihat is a tehsil and subdivision of the Pithoragarh district. This region was under the reign of Raika Malla kings of Sirakot. 

Later in 1449 AD, this region came under the control of Chand rulers, after defeating Doti Kings of Nepal. Didihat is rich in flora and fauna offering picturesque views of verdant valley surrounded by attractive ridges. 

It is situated on the pilgrimage route to Kailash Mansarovar. Didihat is situated at a distance of 34kms from Berinag.

Pithoragarh: It is surrounded by Nepal to the east and Tibet to the north. The place is popular for its exquisite natural beauty and is widely known as the 'Little Kashmir'. Pithoragarh lie at a height of 1650mts above sea level offering picturesque views of the Himalayas and has a lot of historical as well as cultural importance. It was one of the main centres of power during the reign Chand Rajas of Kumaon. 

From this region, pilgrims start their journey to the holiest shrines of Mansarovar and Kailash. The Pithoragarh Fort stands tall at the top of a hill in Pithoragarh. It was constructed by the Gurkhas in the 18th century. 

The weather of Pithoragarh remains salubrious throughout the year and the beauty of Pithoragarh heals us from tension and stress. The best time to visit Pithoragarh is throughout the year. Pithoragarh is situated at a distance of 76kms from Berinag.

Kausani: Being one of the most popular hill stations of Kumaon, Kausani is perched at an elevation of 1890mts above sea level. Situated 88kms from Berinag this charming hill resort is set amidst several snow-capped peaks and is endowed with extraordinary natural beauteousness. 

Mahatma Gandhi was absolutely fascinated by the scenic grandeur of Kausani while on a visit in year 1929. Sumitra Nandan Pant, the renowned Hindi poet was born in Kausani.

Binsar: It is situated at a distance of 65km from Berinag. A famous temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, Bineswar is the major crown puller of Binsar. Perched at an elevation of 2,412mts above sea level, this temple was constructed by King Kalyan of the Chand Dynasty. 

The views of major peaks like Chaukhamba, Panchchuli, Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot, Kedarnath and other peaks are spectacular from here. Binsar is popular for the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary.

Bageshwar: Bageshwar is situated 50kms from Berinag and it is the new district headquarters and center of administration of Danapur. Bageshwar derives its name from Bagnath, a famous temple in this region. Every year, Bagnath attracts thousands of pilgrims from all over as it is believed that Lord Shiva wandered here as a tiger. 

Located at the confluence of Saryu and Gomti rivers, the popular Uttarini fair is held every year in January in Bageshwar. Bageshwar is also used as the base camp by trekkers for Pindari.

Almora: The district of Almora is a picturesque town located in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. Almora is famous for its magnificent beauty, panoramic view of the Himalayas, rich cultural heritage, exquisite wildlife, unique handicrafts, and delicious cuisine. It is located at a height of 5,400ft above sea level and is spread across a 5 km ridge atop Kashaya Hill. 

It is surrounded by Pithoragarh to the east, Garhwal to the west, Bageshwar to the north and Nainital to the south. The picturesque landscape of Almora attracts hundreds of tourists each year. Almora was developed by the Chand Rajas and then maintained and further developed by the British. 

It is known as the 'Switzerland of India' and the place was also made famous by Swami Vivekananda who meditated in the region. It is situated at a distance of 81kms from Berinag.

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