Champawat District

Champawat District | Population | Champawat District | Tourism
Champawat District | Tourism
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Uttarakhand Guide

Tourists to Champawat get attached to the beauty of wide spread mountain ranges, large valleys, varied landscape, cliffs, mesmerizing rivers and dearly rivulets. A small district in area, Champawat houses historical monuments, pillars, manuscripts and preserves the folk songs, dances and stories. The ancient temples in Champawat are another attraction to the tourists. Ladhia, Lohawati, Panaar, Jagbura, Ramganga rivers who finally meet Kali and merge with her are beautiful sights for tourists to enjoy. Sharada river who flow towards the terai region leaves remarkable image in the tourists mind. Traveling through Champawat is exploring the landscape and exploring the native culture and tradition. If someone visits during any festivals in Champawat, the traditional folk lores, songs and dances entertain the tourist. Moreover, the simple, innocent and interactive locals of Champawat are always ready to share and quench the tourists thirst of exploring new things.

Champawat District | HOW TO REACH?

  • By Air: Pantnagar airport Udham Singh Nagar is 170Km from Champawat. Tourists can begin their journey to Champawat in bus, taxi or jeep from Pantnagar airport.
  • By Train: Tanakpur in Champawat is the railway station 75Km from Champawat town. Tourists can begin to their destination through roadways from Tanakpur railway station.
  • By Road: Champawat has well connected roadways with neighboring districts which connect it with rest of the Uttarakhand, rest of India and even the neighboring country Nepal through Tanakpur.

Champawat District | PLACES NEARBY

  • Lohaghat: Lohaghat is a beautiful city settled on the bank of river Lohawati. Tourists are found roaming thorugh Lohaghat and lohawati river in all seasons of the year. The natural beauty attracts tourists from far and near.Many temples and pilgrimages like Nagnath temple, Ek hathiya ka Naula (only 5Km from Champawat city), Mayawati Ashram, Pancheshwar temple, Poornagiri temple, Sapteshwar temple, Hidimba-Ghatotkach temple, Tarkeshwar temple, Hingla Devi temple, Maneshwar and Karanteshwar temple attract tourists holding their architectural value, religious significance and historical background.
  • Baleshwar temple: Belived to be built by Chand rulers in 10-12th century, Baleshwar temple dedicated to lord Shiva is highly honored and visited in Champawat district. As a center of faith and dedication of the locals, Baleshwar temple attracts tourists from outside with its stone craft besides the religious significance
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