Kausani is situated at an altitude of about 1890 m in the Kumaon Region of the Uttaranchal state. Valna is Kausani ancient name. Kausani is the perfect destination for those tourists who want to enjoy the beauty and serenity of nature. A picturesque hill station,
This place is renowned for its scenic splendor and the spectacular, 300-km panoramic view of the majestic Himalayas, it provides. Kausani is famous for it’s breathtakingly close view of the Himalayan Peaks and it’s solitudes and greenery. India the famous Hindi poet Sumitra Nandan Pant was born here.
Anasshakti Ashram is a very popular place in Kausani for Mahatma Ghandhi. Mahatma Ghandi stayed at the peaceful village in Kausani for 12 days when his book Anashakti Yoga was written.
The looming majestic Kumaoni Himalayan peaks are juxtaposed with green terraces and proud pine trees. With such refreshing scenes all around, tours in Kausani, a most amazing region of India, become exceptional just walking through the villages and hiking to popular picnic spots. its famous tea garden, called Giria Uttaranchal Tea Estate. The tea garden of Kausani is being developed as a tea-base for the entire state. The tea produced here is rich in flavor and of export quality. If you are a trekking enthusiast, then Kausani is surely the place to be, in Uttarakhand. It offers a number of interesting treks, like the Adi Kailash Trek, Bageshwar Sundardhunga Trek and the Base Kausani Trek.