Kausani boasts of amazing locations among thick pine forests and valleys on both sides make it one of the most amazing places to visit in Uttarakhand. Whether you are a nature lover, adventure enthusiast or a connoisseur, Kausani tourist attractions has got something to offer to everyone. The solemn ambiance in and around the temple sites attract many pilgrims too to dwell into its tranquilizing splendor.
Rudra Dhari Falls and Caves is located in a picturesque setting amidst paddy fields, terraced hill farms, and thick pine forest. It is blessed with rich pasture land and the Rocky Mountains through which the Rudra Dhari fall gushes with extreme force.
Also known as the Gandhi Ashram, the Ana Shakti Ashram is one of the famous Kausani tourist places. It is the place where Mahatma Gandhi stayed during the time he wrote the Ana Shakti Yog which is considered as one of Mahatma Gandhi’s finest literary works. On his visit to Kausani, Mahatma Gandhi, who was mesmerized by its pristine beauty, called it ‘The Switzerland of India’. Now this place has been converted into a study and research center, with accommodation facility. Just 1 km away from Ana Shakti Ashram lies the Lakshmi Ashram, which is an educational institute for girls that is run on the principles of Gandhiji.
Baijnath Temple is 1,000 years old temple dedicated to the Hindu deity Lord Shiva. The temple was consecrated in 1204 AD and is a fine specimen of the North Indian Nagara style of architecture. The temple also provides some of the most amazing views of the surrounding mountain ranges.
You will be mesmerized by the beauty of Kausani when you see the Kausani Tea Estate. It is the best of Kausani sightseeing places for nature lovers and photo fanatics. The estate is spread over an area of 208 hectares and the produce is one of the finest in the country. The tea is rich in flavor and strong in aroma and is exported to Australia, America, Germany, and Korea.
Someshwar is a very beautiful small hamlet known for Lord Shiva's temple. This beautiful valley was founded by Raja Som Chand and the town is one of the main tourist attractions due to the religious significance attached to the temple. The ambiance of the temple, the tinkling bells, the chimes, the smell of "dhub", and hymns and rituals are immensely pure and majestic and makes it one of Kausani points of interest.