Binsar"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

  • Sightseeing

     

    Zero Point - is zero Point, located inside the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary the highest accessible point of the sanctuary. From this point, tourists can enjoy beautiful views of some of the most famous peaks of Himalayan Range such as Kedarnath, Shivling, Trishul and Nanda Devi. This point is located at a distance of 2 kmilometre from KMVN Tourist Rest House.

     

    Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary - There is only one entry gate available for tourists visiting this sanctuary, which is located at Ayarpani. In addition, only one road leads to this sanctuary that extends in a north-west direction and terminates at the Forest Rest House. The best time to visit this sanctuary is from February to April and October to November. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, sprawling over an area of 47.04 sq.kmuarekilometre, is set deep in the foothills of Himalayas. It is a small a protected area, which was designated as a wildlife sanctuary in 1988. The sanctuary was established with an aim for the protection and conservation of the broad leaf oak (Quercus) forests, mainly located in the Central Himalayan region. This sanctuary is rich in diversified flora and fauna as the place is home to variety of species of plants and animals as well as avifauna. In addition, the sanctuary also has some of the unique species of plants and animals, which are found in the Himalayan range. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to Leopards, Wild Boars, Monkeys, Ghorals, Kakars and Himalayan Black Bears. In addition, this sanctuary also offers shelter to several other wild animals like Indian Red Fox, Pine Martens, Jackals and Porcupines.

     

    Kasar Devi Temple - According to a legend, it is said that the place was athe house for the hippies, which also set off a Hippie boom in the entire area. However, this temple gained importance and recognition when Swami Vivekanand meditated in this temple in 1820. Kasar Devi Temple, located at a distance of approximately 9 kmilometre from the Binsar, is one of the most popular tourist attractions. Initially, from 1970 to early 80's, the temple was the house for Dutch Monk.

     

    GoluDevta Temple - The puja in this temple extends either for three days or for nine days. During these prayers, GoluDevta is offered Milk, Ghee, Curd, Poori, Halwa and Pakauri along with a head of goat sacrificed goat head. GoluDevta Temple is located at a distance of approximately 4 kmilometre from the main gate of Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. This temple is dedicated to the popular deity of Kumaon and it is believed that GoluDevtagrantsoffer quick justice to his devotees.

     

    Khali Estate - An epitome of natural beauty, tourists visiting the Khali Estate can also enjoy the beautiful view of the Himalayan Range. At this estate, sister of PanditJawaharLal Nehru, Vijay LaxmiPandit also resided. Moreover, it is the same place where 'Shailashram' was started by Jamnalal Bajaj of Gandhi-Seva-Trust. In addition to resting at this estate, travellers visiting the place can also engage in long treks up to the top of Binsar or down to the villages. Khali Estate, sprawling over an area of 26 acres, is set amidst the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. From 1856 to 1884, this beautiful estate was home to the commissioner of Kumaon, Sir Henry Ramsay. 

     

    BineshwarMahadev Temple - According to the legend, it is believed that due to this temple, the entire region was named as Binsar. Besides being a religious place, the temple is also known for its architectural excellence. It is one of the ideal halting spots for tourists heading to Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. BineshwarMahadev Temple, one of the important sightseeing attractions in Binsar is a temple, which dates back to the 16th century. This temple is believed to be constructed by one of the scions of the Chand Raja Dynasty, King Kalyan Chand. BineshwarMahadev temple enshrines the deity of Lord Shiva.

     

    PariyadevaPashan - PariyadevaPashan, dating back to the Megalithic Age, is a popular vantage point in Binsar. Located on the Almora-Binsar road, this point is a famous archaeological site, which has a long stone with cup-marks that dates back to megalithic age. In addition, tourists visiting this point can also enjoy beautiful view of town along with the nearby areas.

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  • Hotels of Binsar

    Club Mahindra Valley Resort, Binsar

    Basoli Village Binsar

    Club Mahindra Valley Resort is located in Binsar which is one of the most scenic spots and acclaimed hill resorts in the Kumaon Himalayas. Outside Binsar, the temple complex of Jageshwar which consists of 124 temples (60

    4,000.00 Avg/night

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Nanda Devi, Binsar

    Binsar Village Post Office, Binsar

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Nanda Devi offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This pr

    1,680.00 Avg/night

    Binsar Eco Resort, Binsar

    Om-Nagar, Dhaulchhina, District Almora

    Binsar Eco Resort is Situated in the lap of Himalayas. The camp is located at Dhaulchhina, Binsar in Almora. For Adventure enthusiasts, Binsar is just the place to indulge. The Wildlife Sanctuary at Binsar is another stu

    3,300.00 Avg/night

    Mountain Resort Khali Estate, Binsar

    Khali Estate Near Ayarpani Village

    Mountain Resort Khali Estate is located 2 Km from Binsar Bageshwar Road. Khali estate is located inside the Binar Wild life sanctuary. Kindly note that the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary barrier gate closes at sunset and open

    4,450.00 Avg/night

    The Binsar Retreat, Binsar

    Binsar Sanctuary P.O. Ayapani, Almora

    The Binsar Retreat offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is create

    5,500.00 Avg/night

    Imperial Heights Hotel, Binsar

    Binsar Road, Almora

    Imperial Heights Hotel is a budget property, located 126 km from Patnagar Airport and 92.3 km from Kathgodam Railway Station. Guests can visit some of the famous tourist attractions of the city that includes Kasar Devi T

    5,300.00 Avg/night

    Eco Lodge Dalar, Binsar

    Village Dalar Post Office: - Ayarpani

    Eco Lodge Dalar offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is created f

    1,500.00 Avg/night

    Kasaar Jungle Resort, Binsar

    Binsar Road Almora

    Kasaar Jungle Resort stands on the renowned Binsar wild life sanctuary road. The Resort is Just 8 Km from Binsar Wild Life Sanctuary.Places of interest surrounding the hotel include Kasar Devi (Approx. 0.25 km) and Sai B

    5,999.00 Avg/night

    Kims Guest House, Binsar

    Almora Kesara Devi Near Binsar Road Binsar

    Kims Guest House offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is created

    1,600.00 Avg/night

    Mary Budden Cottage, Binsar

    Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary P.O. Ayarpani District

    Mary Budden Cottage offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is creat

    9,000.00 Avg/night

  • Weather

     

    Zero Point - is zero Point, located inside the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary the highest accessible point of the sanctuary. From this point, tourists can enjoy beautiful views of some of the most famous peaks of Himalayan Range such as Kedarnath, Shivling, Trishul and Nanda Devi. This point is located at a distance of 2 kmilometre from KMVN Tourist Rest House.

     

    Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary - There is only one entry gate available for tourists visiting this sanctuary, which is located at Ayarpani. In addition, only one road leads to this sanctuary that extends in a north-west direction and terminates at the Forest Rest House. The best time to visit this sanctuary is from February to April and October to November. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, sprawling over an area of 47.04 sq.kmuarekilometre, is set deep in the foothills of Himalayas. It is a small a protected area, which was designated as a wildlife sanctuary in 1988. The sanctuary was established with an aim for the protection and conservation of the broad leaf oak (Quercus) forests, mainly located in the Central Himalayan region. This sanctuary is rich in diversified flora and fauna as the place is home to variety of species of plants and animals as well as avifauna. In addition, the sanctuary also has some of the unique species of plants and animals, which are found in the Himalayan range. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to Leopards, Wild Boars, Monkeys, Ghorals, Kakars and Himalayan Black Bears. In addition, this sanctuary also offers shelter to several other wild animals like Indian Red Fox, Pine Martens, Jackals and Porcupines.

     

    Kasar Devi Temple - According to a legend, it is said that the place was athe house for the hippies, which also set off a Hippie boom in the entire area. However, this temple gained importance and recognition when Swami Vivekanand meditated in this temple in 1820. Kasar Devi Temple, located at a distance of approximately 9 kmilometre from the Binsar, is one of the most popular tourist attractions. Initially, from 1970 to early 80's, the temple was the house for Dutch Monk.

     

    GoluDevta Temple - The puja in this temple extends either for three days or for nine days. During these prayers, GoluDevta is offered Milk, Ghee, Curd, Poori, Halwa and Pakauri along with a head of goat sacrificed goat head. GoluDevta Temple is located at a distance of approximately 4 kmilometre from the main gate of Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. This temple is dedicated to the popular deity of Kumaon and it is believed that GoluDevtagrantsoffer quick justice to his devotees.

     

    Khali Estate - An epitome of natural beauty, tourists visiting the Khali Estate can also enjoy the beautiful view of the Himalayan Range. At this estate, sister of PanditJawaharLal Nehru, Vijay LaxmiPandit also resided. Moreover, it is the same place where 'Shailashram' was started by Jamnalal Bajaj of Gandhi-Seva-Trust. In addition to resting at this estate, travellers visiting the place can also engage in long treks up to the top of Binsar or down to the villages. Khali Estate, sprawling over an area of 26 acres, is set amidst the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. From 1856 to 1884, this beautiful estate was home to the commissioner of Kumaon, Sir Henry Ramsay. 

     

    BineshwarMahadev Temple - According to the legend, it is believed that due to this temple, the entire region was named as Binsar. Besides being a religious place, the temple is also known for its architectural excellence. It is one of the ideal halting spots for tourists heading to Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. BineshwarMahadev Temple, one of the important sightseeing attractions in Binsar is a temple, which dates back to the 16th century. This temple is believed to be constructed by one of the scions of the Chand Raja Dynasty, King Kalyan Chand. BineshwarMahadev temple enshrines the deity of Lord Shiva.

     

    PariyadevaPashan - PariyadevaPashan, dating back to the Megalithic Age, is a popular vantage point in Binsar. Located on the Almora-Binsar road, this point is a famous archaeological site, which has a long stone with cup-marks that dates back to megalithic age. In addition, tourists visiting this point can also enjoy beautiful view of town along with the nearby areas.

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