Berinag – The town of Snake Temples
Being garnered with nature’s ethereal beauty, the kaleidoscopic Berinag is nestled in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. With the word ‘Nag’ or snake in its name, Berinag is not as precarious as it sounds and is more of a visitor’s delight.
Berinag sits at an average elevation of 1,860 metres, about 6,100 feet above sea level and was once popular by the name of Bedinag. This place is famous for its ancient snake temples which have been erected in the town itself. Some of the famous attractions located in the proximity of Berinag are Didihat, Patal Bhuvaneshwar and Chaukori.
Why Berinag is a visitor’s delight?
Being secluded from the hustle and bustle of the cities, Berinag is a perfect place for awakening your mind and soul. It’s only in Berinag that you can soak in the mesmerizing beauty of the Garhwal Himalayas to the magnificent Nepal ranges at the same time.
The place also offers refreshing views of the lofty Panchachuli, Rajrambha, Trishul and the Nanda Devi peaks, making it a visitor’s delight. Not many people know that Berinag is famous for its colonial era tea estates and for being the proud manufacturer of the finest tea in the region.
Not just this, Berinag is also hailed for its ancient snake temples such as Nag Devta Temple which is quite popular among the visitors. Apart from this the temple of Tripura located about 5 km away from Berinag is popular amongst the tourists.
Berinag aka Bedinag
Berinag is a less frequented place which is snuggled in the Kumaon hills. It is enveloped by the thick forests, colossal streams, and diverse flora-fauna. Some of the nearby settlements to Berinag are Dhanoli, Bana, Bhattigaon, Banoli, Quarali, Tripuradevi and Sangarh.
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