“Kausani is famously known for its adventurous activities. The natural beauty of the town leaves the travelers spellbound as they rest in the lap of Mother Nature. ”

Kausani is one of the most famous hill stations of Uttarakhand. It is located at a height of almost 1890 meter above the sea level. Its utmost beauty is compared to that of Switzerland; therefore it is also well-renowned as Switzerland of India. The villages that surround the hill station give the tourists a picturesque view and are extremely vibrant. The village is very small and has about 300 inhabitants, the Himalayan Ranges give the town a beautiful view overall. The gigantic Himalayan Ranges located around 30 kilometers in distance. The famous peaks such as Panchchuli, Nanda Devi and Trishul give a beautiful view to the travelers and adventure seekers. The Valleys give a panoramic view of the town and its splendor. The hill station is famous for its trekking and it includes the Pindari Glacier Trek, Sunder Dhunga Trek, and Milam Glacier Trek, to name a few. It is a perfect holiday destination and an ideal place for people who love adventure and other fun activities.

Places to visit in Kausani

Kausani can be described as a backpacker’s happy place and a writer’s dreamland. The small village in Uttarakhand is known for its panoramic view of the mountains. It is famous for its tea plantations, therefore making the tea estate an important industry of the village.

Kasauni Tea Estate and Factory - It is a world famous tea plantation area which is a famous attraction of the region Located close to Kasauni town; this tea estate emerged as an important industry located close to Kasauni. The tea estate is spread in around 208 hectares and is said to be divided into 21 divisions. Gandhi Ashram (Anasakti Ashram)-Yet another attraction of the region, it is devoted to Mahatma Gandhi, who stayed in this ashram in the year 1929. The ashram gives extraordinary views of the beautiful surroundings.

Rudradhari Falls - This is a lush green paddy field, located amidst the terraced fields. The travelers are attracted to this beautiful site, as it is located in one of the famous Kailash regions which have natural beauty and numerous caves.

Sumitranandan Pant Gallery - A famous attraction for tourists in Kausani, the museum is purely dedicated to-the great Hindi poet Sumitranandan Pant. It is also assumed to be the birthplace of the famous poet. The literature travelers are amused to find out the manuscripts of the poems, draft copies of his entire literary works.

Best times to visit Kausani

Located in Uttarakhand, the town has Hilly vibes and remains cool throughout the year. Kausani is enjoyable during the summer season as the winters are extremely cold in the town.

How to Reach Kausani

Kausani is a popular tourist’s destination known for its natural beauty and adventure sports.

By Air - Naini Saini in Pithoragarh is the nearest airport to Kausani, this airport is almost 112 km away from the heart of the city. For the international tourists, another airport from Kausani is New Delhi Airport that is almost 425km away from the city.

By Rail - Kathgodam is the nearest railway station. It is located at a distance of 124 km from Kausani. Various trains run regularly from Kausani to other major Railway stations of the country. Bus and taxi services are available for Kausani.

By Road - Kasauni is well linked by a number of state owned bus services; there are numerous bus services which are connected with Kasauni to other hill stations such as Almora, Ranikhet, Nainital, and Pittorgarh. There are various buses from New Delhi that run regularly to Kausani.