Binsar is a visual treat for offbeat travellers - Located in Almora district and surrounded by Jhandi Dhar hills in Kumaon and offers fantastic views of the Kedarnath, Nanda Devi, Panchachuli & Nanda Kot.
Best Time to Visit
March and April.
Types of car suited
We will recommend you to drive a Mahindra XUV and Toyota Fortuner. If you want to travel hassle free, then you can check out self-driving car rental options from Volercars. We provide you the best price along with exciting deals. Opt for freedom and flexibility to self-drive the car of your choice.
Places to explore:
Pine forest - The pine forests are home to 200 species of birds & wild animals like Flying Squirrel, Musk Deer, Langur and Barking Deer. If you are lucky, then you can spot a cheetah too! Binsar is a perfect place to travel solo while exploring nature and wildlife at its best
Binsar Wildlife sanctuaries - The wildlife sanctuary is spread over 45.59 square km. The wild life 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 animal kingdom includes leopard, musk deer, langur and barking deer. It also has over 200 species of birds and variety of butterflies.
Flora and Fauna - The Flora and Fauna museum of Binsar talks about the wide variety of Flora ranging from 25 types of trees and 24 types of bushes to seven varieties of grasses. The higher altitudes of the wild life sanctuary are covered with oak and rhododendron trees. March and April are the best time to visit to explore the view of ruby red rhododendron in full bloom.