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There are daily bus services from Delhi. The buses leave from ISBT Anand Vihar and are run by Uttarakhand Roadways. Driving to Almora takes 10 to 12 hours. From Delhi, it's highway driving throughout. NH 24 connects Delhi to Rampur via Hapur. At Rampur, turn and head north on NH 87 all the way up to Almora. En-route halts include the Wonderland, Rwy crossing, Moradabad and The Kaichi temple, Kaichi.
Contrary to popular belief, flying into Almora is the fastest way to reach the hill station. Almora is served by PantNagar Airport, located about 4 hours away. It is served only by Jagson airlines. It is one of the least busy airports in the country, handling only 6 scheduled flights a week.
JA 101 - Dep. Delhi 1315 Arr. PantNagar 1415 (Mon, Wed, Fri)
JA 102 - Dep. Delhi 1445 Arr. PantNagar 1545 (Mon, Wed, Fri)
Taxi fare is around Rs 1200-1500.
* '''Binsar temple''' The Bineshwar temple is a large temple complex situated 8 km from Almora. In addition, there is a good view from the nearby Binsar Top. [[Image:DSC_0193.jpg|thumb|400px|View of Nanda Devi Massif and Nanda Devi East ]]
* '''Binsar''' is a wildlife sanctuary situated 25 km from Almora. Taxis can be taken at the Almora taxi stand. The sanctuary has one resort (Club Mahindra Resort) and a forest guesthouse with a attached restaurant. The Binsar has this beautifully lazy feel around it. There are jungle walkaways and one can see large number of birds everywhere. In the winter Binsar can be very cold and heavy woolens are required.
* Quaint hill resorts such as Chaukori, Ranikhet, Sitlakhet, Binsar, [[Kausani]] and Bageshwar
are all around Almora and attract nature lovers