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Binsar Perched at an elevation of 2,412mts above sea level, Binsar is situated amidst Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. Binsar is an ideal destination for writers, nature lovers and adventure lovers. The dense Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is the home of 200 bird species, Barking Deer, Himalayan bear, leapord, fox, musk deer, langur, porcupine, flying squirrel, chital, jungle cat etc.

The views of major peaks like Chaukhamba, Panchachuli, Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot, and Kedarnath are distinctly visible from here. There are limited number of hotels in Binsar so do make prior bookings before visiting. If you are a die-hard nature lover then prepare yourself to add Binsar in your must see places. It is an ideal place for Bird watching and wildlife photography. An entry ticket of Rs. 40 per person and Rs. 50 for a car has to be paid at the entry point of Binsar. Electricity is limited in Binsar region so as to prevent the natural beauty.

Chand Kings, who ruled over Kumaon, from 11th to 18th centuries AD enjoyed their summers at Binsar. Binsar offers salubrious climate throughout the year. During monsoons Binsar offers varied greenery and it receives snowfall during winters. Take woolens with you while planning a trip to Binsar. There are several popular excursions in the proximity of Binsar. Enjoy peaceful and serene walks in Binsar enjoying the unmatched beauteousness of nature. Binsar is situated in Kumaon region of Uttarakhand state and it is well connected by motorable roads. The main attracion of Binsar is the majestic view of the Himalayan peaks situated 300kms away.
Binsar is a hill station famous as Wildlife Bird Sanctuary, ideal travel destination for writers, nature lovers and adventure lovers as weekend getaway destination.

Binsar Sightseeing

Following is the list tourist places in Binsar. These are some of the popular tourist spots in Binsar.

Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary: It is the home of 200 species of bird, Barking Deer, Himalayan bear, leapord, fox, musk deer, langur, porcupine, flying squirrel, chital, jungle cat etc. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is dense and animals are easy to spot. Binsar wildlife sanctuary is spread over an area of 47.79square kilometers. It was established in the year 1988. Pine, oak and rhododendron trees are found in abundant amount at Binsar Wildlife sanctuary.

Bineshwar Temple: It is a famous temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Bineshwar is the major crowd puller of Binsar. A visit in this sacred temple of 13th century is a must. This temple was constructed by King Kalyan of the Chand Dynasty.

Binsar Things to do (Activities) Village walk is very popular as it provides an insight into the lives and daily routine of the villager. The walks lead through fields and forests along streams, magnificent cedar and pine forests. Best time for the trek - mid. September to mid. April

Binsar Excursions You can visit these tourist places while staying in Binsar. The following tourist places are near Binsar.

Kausani: It is one of the most popular hill stations of Kumaon perched at an elevation of 1890mts above sea level. It is situated 48kms from Binsar if you travel via Gannath. Kausani is a charming hill resort set amidst several snow- capped peaks is endowed with extraordinary natural beauteousness. Mahatma Gandhi and was absolutely fascinated by the scenic grandeur of Kausani while a visit in year 1929. Sumitra Nandan Pant, a renowned Hindi poet was born in Kausani.

Bageshwar: Bageshwar is situated 60kms from Binsar and it is the new district headquarters and center of administration of Danapur. Bageshwar derives its name from Bagnath, a famous temple in this region. Every year, Bagnath attracts thousands of pilgrims from all over as it is believed that Lord Shiva wandered here as a tiger. It is located at the confluence of Saryu and Gomti rivers. The popular Uttarayani fair is held every year in January in Bageshwar. Bageshwar is also used as the base camp by trekkers for Pindari.

Jageshwar: Situated 56kms from Binsar at an elevation of 1,870mts above sea level, Jageshwar is an important tourist destination of Kumaon. Jageshwar is a temple of Lord Shiva situated amidst dense Deodar forest having great mythological importance. Some people believe that Jageshwar temple is the 8th Dwadasa Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. The temple is the artistic creation of medieval India.

Chitai Temple or Gollu Devta: Chitai Temple is dedicated to Gollu Devta, an incarnation of Gaur Bhairav. It is situated 44kms from Binsar. The deity of this sacred temple is reputed to make every wish come true, provided the worshipper ask for it with a clear conscience. All he asks for in propitiation is a bell, as was evident from the thousands of bells strung across the temple premises. Anyone can even seek Gollu Devta's divine intervention by writing to him. Stacks of letter are pinned all over the temple along with bells.

Almora: Almora is a picturesque Himalayan kingdom famous for its magnificent beauty, panoramic view of the Himalayas, rich cultural heritage, exquisite wildlife, unique handicrafts and delicious cuisine. It is surrounded by Pithorgarh to the east, Garhwal to the west, Bageshwar to the north and Nainital to the south. The picturesque landscape of Almora attracts hundreds of tourists each year. Almora has been developed by the Chand Rajas and then maintained and further developed by the British. Almora is 38kms from Binsar.

Kasar Devi temple: Kasar Devi temple (the original dating back to 2nd .B.C.), watch sunset overlooking the Kosi valley.

Katarmal Sun temple: The 800 year old Katarmal Sun temple. One of the few sun temples in India after Konarak. It has a forgotten feel to it, and houses some fine statues, including the main image of Surya holding sundials in his arms.

Almora Bazaar: Almora is the first British hill station in India established in 1815, it is one of the few not created by the British. It is popular for shopping - pashmina shawls, copperware, rangoli paintings, traditional Kumaoni jewellery, Bal Mitthai.

How to Reach By Air: Pantnagar airport is the nearest airport to Binsar, located around 152kms away. Taxis are easily available from the airport to Binsar. Pantnagar is connected to Delhi with daily flights. Pant Nagar Airport is well connected by motorable roads with Mukteshwar.

By Rail: Kathgodam Railway station is the nearest railhead to Binsar situated at a distance of 119kms. Kathgodam is well connected by major cities of India like Lucknow, Kolkata, Delhi, etc. There are two trains that run daily between Delhi to Kathgodam and vice-versa. Trains are frequent to Kathgodam as it is the gateway of Kumaon region. Taxis and buses are easily available from Kathgodam to Binsar.

By Road: Binsar is well connected by motorable roads with major destinations of Kumaon and cities of northern India. Buses are easily available from ISBT Anand Vihar to Haldwani, Nainital, and Almora. Taxis are also available from major cities of Kumaon region and Garhwal region to Binsar. If you are entering Binsar by your own can then you will have to pay Rs. 50 for it as an entry ticket. The roads of Kumaon are smooth and well made. Binsar can be reached easily by car, taxi or by luxury bus coaches.

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