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Binsar initially known as summer capital of erstwhile Chand dynasty of Kumaon is one of the picturesque sleeping beauty renown as one of the most sceenic spot in the kumaon Himalayas. , it offers a majestic view of the snowy Himalayan peaks like the mesmerizing ranges Chaukhamba, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Shivling and Panchchuli.Little further from Binsar is the temple complex of Jageshwar (34 km from Almora) nestled in a beautiful valley, crested by majestic deodars. This important pilgrimage centre is considered to be one of the twelve Jyotirlingas.Time just stands still at Binsar. You will keep discovering new walking trails up the mountains and down the valleys, new lookout points for another spectacular sunset. This intimate little hill retreat makes you feel that nothing can ever come between you and nature.
Encircled by a vast wildlife sanctuary, a home to many rare animals, birds and wild flowers Binsar is a truly fascinating spot. Binsar is also a trekker's paradise. One can go on long treks in the clean air, amidst the misty mountain trails, towering Oaks and Rhododendrons. Binsar is a formation of sleepy hamlets amidst orchards, silver streams and green meadows. The blanket of green hangs all around - rocks covered with unusual moss and ferns, flowers and shrubs - foliage sprouting out of every conceivable nook and corner of the hillside. The entire area is now a sanctuary.
Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Himalayas on top of the Jhandi Dhar hills spread in 45 km area filled with flora and fauna on north of the Almora town in Uttarakhand.Bird life international have declared Binsar wildlife sanctuary as important bird sanctuary having more than 200 bird species including birds including tits, forktail, nuthatches, blackbirds, parakeets, laughingthrush, magpies, kalij pheasant, monal, koklas, eagles, woodpeckers, and Eurasian jays.. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is known for its wide variety of flora ranging from 25 types of trees and 24 types of bushes to seven varieties of grasses. The higher altitudes of sanctuary are covered with oak and rhododendron trees. March and April are the months when flowers, especially ruby red rhododendron, are in full bloom. From a place called Zero Point in Binsar one can see the Himalayan peaks like Kedarnath Peak, Shivling, Trisul and Nanda Devi. Some of the famous mammals in Binsar wildlife sanctuary include leopard, Himalayan goral, chital, musk deer, Sumatran serow , jungle cat, wild boar, black bear, pine marten,red fox, gray langur, red giant flying squirrel and Indian muntjac.
At the entry point of Binsar wild life sanctuary there is an entry fee of INR 40 per person, Foreigner INR 100 & INR 50-250 per vehicle charged by the forest department.Limited amount of electricity is provided in this sanctuary area to prevent degradation of natural beauty of flora & fauna from outer exploitation.
Best thing about Binsar wild life sanctuary is that sanctuary opened all the days in a week so you can travel at any day of the week you are not going to miss the mendoring experience of natural beauty along withmammals and over 200 bird species.Timing for the day are from 6.00AM to 6.00PM.
Duration of visit in Binsar wil life sanctuary is about 2-3 hours. It's always good to know before visiting binsar wildlife sanctuary whether it is open or closed on a particular day, and what the opening timings of binsar wildlife sanctuary are and whether it is open in the morning, afternoon, evening or night. The most important thing to know is that binsar wildlife sanctuary is closed on . On the other hand, binsar wildlife sanctuary remains open for visits on the following open days of the week - Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun and the entrance timings and opening hours on these days are from 06:00 AM - 06:00 PM and then from . Apart from the closing days mentioned above, most places are closed on national holidays and important local holidays, so it is best to check with locals or at the point of interest to confirm whether it is open on such days. Also the timings in winter and timings in summer for binsar wildlife sanctuary may differ, so it is best to keep visiting this page again to find out the most latest and accurate binsar wildlife sanctuary visit opening hours. It is a part of mostly all binsar tour packages and is a great place to visit in binsar to witness the evolution of binsar wildlife sanctuary over the decades.
Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary lies in north of the kumoun hills basically a forest reserve sprawling over an area of about 45 sq km. The sanctuary admist tourist with their wide range of floral species, fauna as well as avi-fauna. There are many oppurtunity to explore in Binsar truly makes way to be one of the ideal destinations in the Uttarakhand for nature lovers. Miles away from the clatter and clamor of city life, an escapade to the wilds would be a truly fascinating as well as refreshing experience to beckon.
Once in Binsar, the first and foremost thing to do would be to explore the unruffled nature its flora & fauna. Binsar is a heaven for nature lovers and adventure freaks, extending them a large stretch of pristine surrounding. The scenic mid-altitude broadleaf temperate forest harbors a wide array of wildlife, including spectacular pheasants. Tourist can explore the amazing wildlife of the area and experience a fun filled nature loving journey.
If you are bird lovers and have a fascination for colorful and chirping birds, Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is nothing but a paradise. There are innumerable varieties of birds that extend a colorful plumage to the whole area. There are a total of about 200 species of birds, some of which are tits, forktail, nuthatches, blackbirds, parakeets, laughingthrush, magpies, kalij pheasant (lophura leucomelana),monal, koklas and woodpeckers.
Binsar extends tourists not just a wildlife sanctuary, but some spellbinding archeological sites. The Binsar Sanctuary Museum is one of the archeological sites in place, forwarding tourist detailed information about the flora and fauna of the region. Apart from this, there is a long stone with cup-marks near Dinapani on the Almora-Binsar road. According to historians, these cup-shaped marks belong to Megalithic Age.
Located in the middle Himalaya region.in the Almora District of Uttarakhand, Binsar is the best sites to go for trekking. The trekking tracks in the region forwards tourist an amazing opportunity to have an enthralling experience. So all you need to do is just pack your bags and set out to explore!!
Binsar sightseeing tour includes a visit to Zero Point that is the best place to see the snow capped peaks of Kedarnath, Shivling, Trishul and Nanda Devi. The view is crystal clear in spring and autumn.The Golu Devta Temple is home to the deity that is very popular all over Kumaon and is 4 kms from Binsar. The Binsar Museum provides all the information about this paradise.Popularly known as the Japanese Cave and nicknamed “Abyau Binsar" by the locals, where Abyau means Cave and Binsar means Grandmother is a place worth visiting for those interested in history. The Japanese Army used it as a hide out and logistic center. About 3000 Japanese soldiers are believed to have died inside. There are several kinds of guns and war weapons inside the caves. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to over 200 species of birds. Set up in in 1988 a large variety of flora and fauna can be found in this sanctuary that spreads over an area of 46 square kms. Shopping in Binsar is all about buying locally made handicraft items including the beautifully crafted wooden products that make for excellent souvenirs to take back home. Rhododendron squash is a special item you can buy in Binsar. Apart from these, you can add mufflers, sweaters and hand-knitted shawls to your shopping list. Local honey and handmade soaps that Binsar is known for are some other products that you may buy from here.