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Chaukori experiences typical tropical climatic conditions with moderate summer season and harsh and cold winters. The summer season from April to June is warm and pleasant with maximum temperatures reaching 25 degrees Celsius making it a perfect travelling time. Winters from October to March are cold and are accompanied by strong mist and occasional snowfall with temperatures dropping to as low as two degrees Celsius. The rainy season from July to September brings torrential rainfall and can be troublesome for tourists’ visiting Chaukori. The best time to visit Chaukori is during the summer months or early autumn season from June to September.

How To Reach

By Road:

Reaching Chaukori by road is one of the most convenient options for tourists. Chaukori is well connected by good motor able roads on the Nainital highway extension. The popular hill city of Nainital lies at a distance of 480 Kms from Chaukori. Regular cab and bus services ply between major nearby cities including Haldwani and Almora.

By Air:

Chaukori does not have a dedicated airport facility and the nearest domestic airport is the one located in Pantnagar at a distance of 250 Kms. Pantnagar airport is well connected by regular domestic flights from all major cities including Mumbai and New Delhi. Regular cab and bus services are available at the airport to visit Chaukori.

By Rail:

Chaukori does not have a railway station due to its location in the hilly terrain. The nearest railway station is the one located in Kathgodam at a distance of 190 Kms from Chaukori city center. Kathgodam railway station is known as the gateway of the Kumaon region and connects the region with all major parts of India on a regular basis. Regular train services from New Delhi reach Kathgodam offering an easy transit point for the tourists. The railway station has a good number of taxi and buses available for travelers to reach Chaukori.


Chaukori is a small town located in the Kumaon region of Uttrakhand known for its magnificent natural beauty and religious heritage. Located at an altitude of 2010 meters above sea level, Chaukori is a peaceful and serene town offering tourists a mesmerizing insight to the natural scenic beauty of the Kumaon hill region.


Located in the Pithoragarh district of Uttrakhand, Chaukori offers blissful natural beauty including British era tea gardens, ancient Hindu temples and caves making it one of the price tine tourist attractions for nature lovers. Chaukori is the ideal tourist destination for spiritualists offering silence and solitude wit magnificent hills and silent serene natural beauty.


The people of Chaukori are warm and friendly with Hindi being the most popular language of the region. Chaukori is rich in flora and fauna with dense forest beds having Oak, Pine and Rhododendron tree lines making it one of the most picturesque towns of Uttrakhand. The ancient temples of Chaukori not only rejuvenate the soul but the natural beauty of the hills offer a subtle and cosmic attraction brining travelers close to nature.


Chaukori offers one of the best camping sites in Uttrakhand with isolated mountain tops under clean blue skies. Chaukori does not have many accommodation options due to its harsh terrain. Travelers can however find more attractive accommodation options in the town of Berinag situated at a distance of 8 Kms from Chaukori town. Although there is not much scope for shopping and eating out in Chaukori, the roadside eateries provide a great insight into the wonderful cuisine of the region including dal-bhat the famous Kumaon snack of all seasons.