Uttarakhand Tourism Development Board
Department of Tourism, Government Of Uttarakhand, India

Choose Your Homestay in Champawat

Once the capital of the Chand rulers, Champawat is steeped in history, and choosing a local Homestay will excite even the most demanding tourist.

Champawat has enormous religious significance as Indian mythology mentions this as the place where Lord Vishnu appeared as 'Kurmavatar' (incarnated as a tortoise)

The Baleshwar Temple in Champawat is an important place that you must visit during your trip to the place. Dedicated to the chief deity Lord Shiva, this temple has a structure carved entirely out of stone. You can also visit the Nagnath Temple during your trip to Champawat. This is yet another ancient structure that attracts tourists in droves.

You can also visit Lohaghat during your trip to Champawat, as this ancient city is located at a distance of 14 kms from the town of Champawat.

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