Uttarakhand Binsar Hill Station
This beautiful place serves best for nature and adventure lovers to admire the natural beauty. The Binsar wildlife Sanctury is a natural habitat for around 200 birds, Himalayan bear, leopard, barking dear, fox, and jungle cat, chital etc.
The momentous hill station unravels the beautiful view of the cheif peaks which are Chaukhamba, Panchachuli, Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot, and Kedarnath. The place is an epic for bird watching and wildlife photography of India.
The place served as the hangout destination for the ruler of Kumaon, Chand Kings.The king ruled the place of the 11th to 18th century AD.The place was so chosen because of its wholesome climatic condition that prevails the whole year.The place offers a soothing green environment of the season of monsoon and a pleasure of snowfall of the winters. So one is advised to carry along with them a pair of woollen clothes to combat the weather.The place is a part of Kumaon district well established of Uttarakhand.The small hill station is well connected with commuting facilities and a wide spread network of comfortable smooth roads the place is best known for the kind of view it offers to the tourists of context to the Himalayan peak which is almost 300kms away from the exotic place.
How to Reach Binsar
The most nearest airport to this beauteousness place is Pantnagar. This airport is located at a distance of 152km from Binsar. And the left over distance is to be covered by a road trip.
The nearby railway station to Binsar is Kathgodam Railway station and it is at a distance of 119km from the place. And this time too, the rest distance is to be covered via road.
The hill station is well connected to the major cities like delhi nand many other northern places via a wide spread network of well constructed roads.The thing to remember here is when one enters the place he/she has to pay a charge of Rs 40 per person and Rs 50 for a car. And this charge is mandatory.
Places to Visit
One can visit a number of adjacent places, which too serve as a tourist sightseeing spot.
A place situated at 1890mts attitude and 48km away from Binsar. Kuasani is the birth place of Sumitra Nandan Pant a well known Hindi Poet. And the place was also endured by great Mahatma Gandhi ji while his visit of the year 1929.
Bageshwar, the centre of administration and district headquarter of dhanpur is situated at a distance of 60kms.The place has derived its name from famous temple of the region Bagnath. It is believed to be a place where Lord Shiva rested as a tiger.The temple is located at the junction of two holy rivers Gomti and Saryu.The place is also known for holding a famous fair known as Uttarayani.
When to Visit
The place can be visited at any time of the year, because of it healthy clean atmosphere
April to june: this time is best suited for nature lovers as they can encounter a the glory of the place at its best.
December to February: It’s too cold out there at this time of the year, but if you can tolerate a bit of chill you can combat this with bonfires and breath taking scenario of Himalaya!
Hotels of Binsar
The place has a number of hotels and resort which are
- Ayush Guest House
- Binsar Eco Camp
- Binsar Retreat Resort