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How To Reach Kausani
Kausani is a gorgeous hill-station that can be found nearly 52 km away from Almora, in the Bageshwar region of Uttarakhand. This quaint town is situated nearly 1890 meters above sea-level and is famed for its jaw-dropping panoramic views of the Himalayan Mountains and being an ideal winter escape for most families in North India. The town is well-connected by air, road and rail. Having no airport of its own, Pantnagar and Jolly Grant Airport (Dehradun) are the best options for visitors. Kathgodam is the closest railway station. Read on to find out the best ways to reach Kausani.
Pantnagar Airport is the closest domestic airport to Kausani, situated some 162 km away. There are multiple taxi and bus options available from the airport for visitors. Jolly Grant Airport is the closest major airport, some 157 km away. Both airports have frequent flights from all the major cities in India. This is one of the most efficient ways to reach the town of Kausani.
Kausani has a well-connected network of motorways to most of the cities in and around the Kumaon and Garhwal districts of Uttarakhand. There are a number of private and government bus and taxi options from Kathgodam Railway Station and Pantnagar Airport. Busses can be taken from ISBT Anand Vihar in Delhi. For those driving down, it is an 11 hour journey from Delhi, about 410 km away. The drive is long but enjoyable. It is the easiest way to get to Kausani.
Kathgodam, about 132 km away, is the closest railway station. The station has an efficiently interlinked network of railways, connecting visitors to majority of the prominent Indian cities. Train frequency is high and there are multiple bus and taxi options available for visitors looking to get to Kausani.
Getting around locally in Kausani is best done on foot. Tourists are recommended to try out the local bus service in order to reach the tourist destinations in and around the area, if they aren't keen or are unable to walk. A lot of visitors also tend to drive down to Kausani, in which case it is the most efficient way to get around the area locally.