Baijnath is renowned for its ancient temples and is one of the most popular destinations in Kausani. Baijnath, a small town on the Gomti River in Bageshwar, Uttarakhand,
Rudradhari Falls, 12 km from Kausani, is surrounded by paddy fields and beautiful pine trees. On the way to Adi Kailash, one can explore the old caves near the falls.
Kausani's attraction is its endless tea gardens and views. The tea estates, covering over 208 hectares, are must-see Kausani attractions.
Gwaldam offers stunning views of Nanda Devi and Trishul mountain. Gwaldam is a must-visit if you are the type of traveller who seeks out places with less tourists.
Visit Anasakti Ashram for peace in life. Mahatma Gandhi is revered in this ashram. He wrote his Anasakti Yoga commentary in this ashram.
Through the telescope at this planetarium-come-internet-café, you may observe the shimmering wonders of the night sky and stars.
Pinnath is an excellent tourist destination in Kausani for reviving your spirit. You can independently explore the area and hike about 5 kilometres to reach the temple.
Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, the Lakshmi temple in Kausani trains females to become experts. Lakshmi Ashram is an educational institution for women.
Someshwar is a charming tiny village close to Kausani. It is a picturesque valley renowned for its Shiva temple. The lovely temple is surrounded by magnificent hills and wilderness vegetation.
The Dandeshwar Temple is a picturesque beauty with an alluring scenery and offers a relaxing refuge.