Road trip Haldwani BhimTal Almora Binsar Jageshwar
We booked our night stay at Club Mahindra resort Binsar. We started in the morning and drove to Bhimtal. There are two ways to go to Binsar from Bhimtal. One was from Bhimtal to Almora through Bhawali and the second way is through Dhanachuli and Shaharfatak. We decided to through second way and it was a great decision. We found an awesome panoramic view of Himalayan ranges and very less traffic all the way till Almora.
Binsar is a scenic hamlet in the Kumaon Hills. The main attraction of Binsar is the majestic view of the Himalayas – On sunny days a 300 km, stretch on famous peaks from the village which includes Kedarnath, Chaukhamba, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot and Panchchuli.
It is a paradise for those who enjoy solitude and quietness in nature’s bounty. The spotted surroundings, plush with oak and rhododendrons, are a welcoming sight. It is also home to Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary where you can see leopards, chitals, gorals, flying squirrels, serow, barking deer and some most beautiful butterflies etc.
Tourist attraction in Binsar
- Binsar Zero Point
- Bineshwar Mahadev temple
- Binsar Sanctuary Museum
- Kasar Devi Temple
- Jageshwar Dham
This whole region is like a magnet for the nature enthusiasts, travellers and adventurers. One of the most beautiful hill resort of Uttrakhand, Kausani, is 48 km from Binsar and is often visited by tourists.