Kotdwar-Top 7 Beautiful Attractions To Visit

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Gopika Vc

Kotdwar welcomes guests year-round with gifts and hospitality, but January through July see the most visitors due to the nice weather. Kotdwar's famous landmarks draw tourists. 

The word "Medan" relates to the dairy product the Goddess bestows on her devotees. A family in the parish of Marora received a curd dish positioned fireplace, according to legend.

Medanpuri Devi


Har Ki Pauri is a must-see in Haridwar. This ghat was built by King Vikramaditya in honor of his brother Brithari, who meditated along the tributary.

Har Ki Pauri


Mata Sukhraudevi Temple is in Kotdwar, Uttarakhand's gateway. Maharaja Dushyant erected the Sukhraudevi temple during the Dwapar Yuga

Sukhraun Devi Temple


In Kotdwar's scenic valley is the Hanuman-dedicated Sidhbali Temple. It receives tens of thousands of Hindu worshippers annually, making it the region's most popular.

Siddhibali Temple


This 1428-meter-high temple attracts young couples. The Shivling inside the temple overlooks the Himalayas, Haridwar, and the Siddha Peeth Medanpuri Devi shrine.

Shri Koteshwar Mahadev


Jim Corbett National Park, founded in 1936 as India's first national park and named Hailey National Park at the time, was designed to safeguard the Bengal tiger.

Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve


The Udan Khatola is a popular site for tourists and residents combined. Haridwar's high temples are accessible by cable car.

The Udan Khatola


This is the best time to visit Kotdwara. Temperatures range from 86°F to 39°F. Despite the humidity, it's a great time to see Kotdwara's sites. Rainfall averages 32.42 mm.

January-February Weather