Binsar Sightseeing

Binsar Sightseeing - Places to vist in Binsar - Binsar Eco Resort

Binsar Sightseeing

Binsar Zero Point (22 Km)

The majectic view of the Himalayas, a 300km stretch of Famous Peaks which Includes Kedarnath, Chaukhamba, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot and Panchachuli is the main attraction of Binsar. The added attraction is trekking through the forests of Himalayan Oak and Rhododendron.

Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary Gate (6 Km)

Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is rich in Flora and fauna. The Animals can be easily spotted as the wildlife sanctuary is the home of 200 Species of Birds, Barking Deer, Himalayan Bear, Leopard, Fox, Musk Deer, Langur, porcupine, Flying Squirrel, Chital, Jungle Cat etc.

Binsar Mahadev Temple (75 Km)

The Sacred Temple of the 13th Century is dedicated to Lord Shiva. A Visit to this Temple Is a Must.

Binsar Activities

Forest Walk, Bird Watching, Photography and Adventure Activities include Rock Climbing, Valley Crossing, Rapelling for groups on Request.


Jageshwar, believed to be the abode of one of the twelve 'Jyotirlingas' is one of the most important religious places of Hindus. It is situated around 45 km from Suman Nature Resort and is a beautiful valley covered with Deodar Tress. Nandini and Surabhi, the two streams, flow down the hills and meet near the sacred spot. Hundreds of Magnificent statues of 124 temples display exquisite craftsmanship.
The Main temples include Dandeshwar Temple, Chandi-ka- temple, Jageshwar Temple, Kuber Temple, Mritunjaya Temple, Nau Durga, Nava-grah Temple, Pryamidal Shrine and Surya Temple. Dandeshwar Temple is the Largest Shrine and Mrityunjaya is the oldest in Jageshwar.

Jagannath Temple

Catch a Glimpse of the highly impressive image of Ganesha and Life Sized Dwarapalas (Door Guardian) outside the Jagannath Temple.

Jageshwar Mahadev

One of the Principal temples situated in the temple premises is Tarun Jageshwar. The Two dwarapalas of this temple are in the form of the armed Nandi and Skandi.

Sri Mahamritunjaya Mahadev

It is the largest and oldest Temple in the jageshwar temple complex. The unique Linga has an eye shaped opening and this temple of Shiva is eastern.

Sri Briddha or Budha Jageshwar

This temple is situated 3 Kms north of Jageshwar, at the top of the hill and comes after a uphill trek. It is contemporary to jageshwar group of temples.

Pushti Devi or Pushti Bhagwati Maa

This temple of goddess devi and shrines the full murti of the goddess and is situated in the main premises of Jageshwar.

Archaeological Museum

This Museum houses idols and statues removed from jageshwar shrine dating 19 to 13 century AD is run by archaeological survey of india (ASI).

Fairs and Festivals in Jageshwar

The Jageshwar Monsoon festival is held every year during the hindu calendar month of Shravan. The Annual Mahashivratri mela takes place during spring and has an important place in the calendar of the entire region.


Almora offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the Himalayas and attracts tourists worldwide to its alluring grandeur of natural beauty. On any clear day, one can have a panoramic view of the snowy peaks of Himalayas and in addition can catch a glimpse of the township with its tiled roofed houses and paved streets.

The Beauty of sunrise and sunset can be enjoyed at Bright End Corner which is 11 Kms from Binsar Eco Resort. It is hear that Swami Vivekananda stopped enroute to the Himalayas.
  • Deer Park : It is Situated 10 km from Suman Nature Resort
  • Simtola : The Breathtaking view of the mountains covered with pine and deodar trees attract a lot of tourists. It is a popular spot for camping and picnic and is situated 12 Km from Suman Nature Resort.
  • Chitai Temple or Gollu Devta : Chitai Temple, situated 14 kms from Suman Nature Resort is dedicated to Gollu devta, an incarnation of Gaur Bhairav. The deity of this sacred temple is reputed to make every wish come true.
  • Kasaar Devi Temple : This temple is situated at a distance of 9 kms from Suman Nature Resort. It is said that Swami Vivekananda meditated here in the year 1920 and this temple is also mentioned in the Skanda Purana