Chaukori is a small town located in Berinag Tehsil of the Pithoragarh district in Uttarakhand, 530 km from Delhi. Its height is 2010 meters above sea level. Tibet lies in the northern part of Chaukori and the Terai area lies in the south. This place is also located near the western Himalayas.
It is said that all mountain resorts are similar to the view, but each mountain has its own beauty. If you talk about Chaukori, then the matter is different. On one side is the tall hill with vegetation and snow-covered hills on the other side. If the reddening of the sun falls on these snow-capped mountains, then it seems that we have arrived in the golden country. Every view here brings relief to the heart. Fresh air circulates new sophistication in the body, explains the beauty of the square.
In the beauty of Chaukori, corn produces the fruits of corn and fruits. Passengers traveling to Chaukori can go down to the temple of the meteoric goddess. This temple is located near the rest house for tourists on the Pithoragarh-Chandak road. Similarly, beautiful stone carvings of God can be seen in the temple of Ghansera Devi.
In the nearby village Bhubaneswar, at 1350 m from sea level. The palace located above is a temple built in a cave, Bhubaneswar. Since this temple is dedicated mainly to Lord Shiva, it is believed that there is a residence of 33 crore goddesses in this cave.
Kamaksha Temple and Kedar Temple
Kamaksha Mandir and Kedar Mandir are other famous pilgrimages in Chaukori. Travelers who come to this beautiful mountain station are suggested to arrive in the summer months or in the first months.
Buses are available to Chaukori from the large cities of Uttarakhand. The Kathgodam train station is the nearest train station. There is a taxi service available for Chaukori.