Binsar is a popular scenic place of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand and this place is enriched with hill towns and by the amazing Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. It is located in the Himalayas on the top of the great Jhandi Dhar hills. Further, it is just about 33 km from the nearest Almora town in Uttarakhand, India. | The Beautiful Binsar: Explore the Realms of Wildlife |
It is believed that Binsar is a beautiful city belonging to the God or his worshippers to fight with the spirits of nature. Binsar is an unusual tourist location surrounded by rich natural dense forests and this place is all about relaxing.
The wildlife is spread over an area of 47 sq. km and the main focus is on the protection and conservation of the broadleaf oak forests in the Binsar region.
Binsar is mainly famous for its amazing views of the Himalayas with varieties of wildlife, flora, and fauna. Binsar also offers the spell-binding views of the majestic Himalayan peaks like Chankamba, Nanda Devi, Panchachuli and Kedarnath. The main attraction of Binsar is the 300 km of majestic and panoramic view of Himalayan peaks from zero point.
It is also considered as the summer capital of the erstwhile Chand Kings between the 7th to 18th century. Travelers can also go on long treks in the clean air, amidst the misty mountain trails, towering oaks, and Rhododendrons.
The temple complex of Jageshwar which is a just little away from Binsar is nestled with the beautiful valley that is created by the majestic deodars. The intimate little hill of Binsar retreat makes you feel that nothing can ever come between the traveler and nature.
The weather of Binsar is always pleasant throughout the year, here summers are mild and moderate, but the winters are extremely cold. And the monsoon in this region of Binsar brings moderate rainfall, and this makes the weather pleasant for traveling.
The Beautiful Binsar: Explore the Realms of Wildlife
The months of July, August and September are the best monsoon months to visit in Binsar. If you are in Binsar, don’t miss the Nanda Devi festival during the months of October to November. This auspicious festival of Binsar showcase the close relationship of people with their rich culture and tradition.