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Binsar

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Ideal duration: 1-2 days

Nearest Airport: Dehradun Check Flights

Binsar Tourism

Located at a distance of 33 km from Almora, Binsar is a small town in Uttarakhand known for the surreal beauty of the snow-laden Himalayan peaks. Set amid forests covered with oak, pine, rhododendrons and deodar trees, Binsar is home to beautiful green meadows, temples and the famous Binsar wildlife sanctuary.

A trekker's paradise, Binsar has a Zero point that provides the 360-degree view of the Himalayan ranges, which includes Nanda Devi, Kedarnath, Shivling, and Trishul. It requires a short trek of 2 km to reach the Zero Point. Watching sunrise and sunset are must-experience activities.

Situated at the height of 2420 metres, the weather of Binsar remains pleasant throughout the year. Besides the Binsar wildlife sanctuary, you can also visit the Kasar Devi temple and the Bineshwar Mahadev temple. 

 

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Panoramic Zero-Point

Binsar is located amidst the majestic hills of Himalayan ranges and is known for the surreal beauty of the snow-laden peaks. Zero-point is located inside the premises of Binsar wildlife sanctuary, which apart from being a home to a various variety of wildlife species, is also dotted with the lush pine and deodar trees.
Zero-point is the top most point of the wildlife sanctuary and requires a short trek of 2 km that takes you to the zenith of natural beauty. Zero point provides the 360-degree view of the Himalayan ranges, which includes Nanda Devi, Kedarnath, Shivling, and Trishul. Do not miss the sunrise or sunset from Zero-point, as it is the most recommended activity to do in Binsar owing to the beautiful landscapes.

Restaurants and Local Food in Binsar

Binsar does not have too many options for food and cuisines. The handful of restaurants that it houses serve Kumaoni, Continental and typical Indian platters. You can also find some cakes, jams, pastries, homemade breads and more. Also try the local cuisine here which includes Bhaang Ki Khatai, Mixed dal Salad, Kappa (a green curry), Sisunak Saag(a dish prepared with green leafy vegetables and many local ingredients), Aloo ke Gutke( a Kumauni potato dish), Rus ( a preparation of many dals) and much more.
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Suggested Itinerary

Day 1- Arrive in Binsar. Check-in at the hotel. Visit the Binsar Wildlife sanctuary, which is a reserved habitat for the variety of wildlife species. Then visit the most attractive point of Binsar- Zero point, located inside the sanctuary which offers the panoramic view of the hills Himalayan ranges draped in snow. Then, seek the blessings from Kasar Devi temple and Bineshwar Mahadev temple. Back to hotel.
Day 2- You can visit Almora in the same trip.

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Holidify's Opinion

What's Great?

Full of natural beauty and flora and fauna. Offbeat locations allow a vacation without the hustle-bustle of the tourists.

What's Not So Great?

Very few activities to do around the hill station.

For Whom?

Binsar is perfect for wildlife lovers and trekkers. It can also be visited by couples looking for a romantic getaway from New Delhi and Chandigarh.

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How To Reach Binsar

Pantnagar (140 km) is the closest airport. Kathgodam (112 km) is the nearest railway station. From there, you can hire a cab or local bus to Binsar via Almora. Almora is just 33 km from Binsar.

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Q. which are the famous homestays in and around binsar?

Devyani Chandra 1 year ago
Idyllic Haven, Rosewood Cottage, Kafalia, Mary Budden Estate are some of the notable homestays in Binsar

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Muskan Shah 1 year ago
Binsar is an ideal getaway. I stayed at Club Mahindra property and it was delightful as they organise various activities. I took a trek in the morning and the place was filled with verdant trees and snowy mountains. I spoke to the locals to learn about their culture. Except this there is nothing more to do, making it a perfect relaxing destination.
Sonali Garg 1 year ago
To escape the chaos of cities and stay in the lap of Mother Nature, I traveled to Binsar, a small beautiful village in the Uttrakhand. I stayed at the Khali Estate-the Mountain Resort. The best part was that I got to stay in huts amidst the glittering pine woods, and with snow-capped mountains overlooking, the place could only be described as paradise. Since it is situated at a very high altitude, the nights get very chilly, hence I would recommend woolens and proper supply of tea or coffee to keep you warm. Keep plenty of moisturizers to avoid dryness.
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