The massive Tea Gardens are a must-visit. The tea gardens were established here before the independence by the Britishers. Inhale the aromas’, treat your eyes with the expansive eye-catching Tea gardens.
There are several Hindu pilgrimages where you can take the blessings of the Hindu deities.
The shrines near Chaukori are Kedar Temple, Nakeshwar Temple, Jayanti Temple Dhwaj, Harinag temple, Mostamanu temple, Arjunaneshwar Shiva Temple, Kapileshwar Mahadev cave temple, Patal Bhuvaneshwari temple and many more. Some of the significant temples are -
Kapileshwar Mahadev cave temple
The temple is devoted to Lord Shiva, located 3kms from the village in Pithoragarh. It is situated 10 m inside the cave. It is believed that a sage, Kapil used to meditate inside the cave.
As the name suggests, it is built by the Arjuna from the Mahabharata epic. He was one of the Pandavas supreme in Archery. The temple is devoted to Lord Shiva. The best time to visit the place is between April and July, as winters and monsoon season are not preferable.
Nag Devta temple
According to the mythology, Lord Krishna defeated Kaliya Nag, who ruled the Yamuna river and asked him to live in the Mountains. You will find many Nag temples in the mountains. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, located 12 km from Chaukori.
Experience the awe-aspiring views, breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, beautiful tea gardens, diversity of flora and fauna, hikes to the temple and the ultimate pleasing weather of the Chaukori village.