Almora is the one of the well-known hill station located in Kumaon division of Uttarakhand state. The climate of Almora is warm and temperate, summers are somewhat wetter than winters. Almora is very peaceful and cultural destination. Sight of its culture can be
disclosed in festivals, rituals, religion, handicraft, local cuisine and simplicity. The beauty of hills and tradition of Almora can peculiar interest to the tourist. There are several must visit places in Almora like various temples, nature’s lure, museum, Almora market etc. There are also some traditional fairs and festivals organized in Almora, best known fair takes place in Almora is Nanda Devi festival fair.The duration of festival remains for 5 days and the fair takes place around temple area.
Coming to to spritiual part the almora has many noted temples Rudreswar Mahadev temple, Binsar Mahadev, Kasar Devi, Nanda Devi, Doli Daana, Shyayi Devi, Khakmara, Asht Bhairav, Jakhandevi, Katarmal (Sun Temple), Pataal Devi, Raghunath Mandir, Badreshwar, Banari Devi, Chitai, Jageshwar, Garhnath and Baijnath, Dunagiri, Pandu Kholi.
Nature sight of Almora include Deer Park, Martola, Bright end corner, Mohan Joshi park, Govind Vallabh Pant Public Museum these are some of the must see and must enjoy sights of Almora. You can even enjoy snow viewing in winters, but March to November is considered the best time to enjoy Almora trip.