Chaukori is a hill station in the Pithoragarh district set among the lofty peaks of the western Himalayan Range in the Kumaon Division of Uttarakhand, India.add to wishlist
Chaukori, a small Hamlet situated in Pithoragarh Distt of Uttarakhand, famous for the tea Garden eastablished by britishers and view of Himalayas snow clad ranges some of the massive peaks with a view at 175 degrees are trishul, nandadevi, maiktoli, nandakot and panchchuli. The virgin beauty of Chaukori is mesmerising and enchanting which would definitely linger in your memory for days to come At a height of 2,010 m, above the sea level and 173 km away from Nainital, Chaukori is not just another hill station, but it's for the very few, who want to be there, in the majestic proximity of the Himalayas for an unbound view of the NandaDevi and Panchchuli peaks,One of the most magnificent aspects of holidaying in Chaukori is the fabulous sunrise and sunset that you are treated to. The night sky is studded with a million stars that simply takes your breath away. The charming little town of Chaukori is unlike any other hill station you have seen Chaukori is not less than sensing the poet in God for creating such perfect place. It is a Must visit destination of lifetime to get inspiration from Mother Nature. A hilly village in the district of Pithorgarh in the Uttarakhand state, Chaukori is a lesser known tourist destination. Perched on a valley and surrounded by the high mountains of the Kumaon region, this village features nature's blissful landscapes, unpolluted and quiet. Chaukori is located at the Indo-Tibetan (in the north) and Indo-Nepal (in the south) boundaries. The scenic Greater Himalayan peaks of Nanda Kot, Panchchuli, Nanda Khat and Nanda Devi are visible from here.