Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary Timings, Entry fees, Tour, Route
This sanctuary stretches over an area of 47.07 Sq. Km and is located at an altitude of 2500 mt. It was established in 1988 to protect broad leaf oak.
This Sanctuary is inhabited by Snow leopard, Brown and Black bear, Blue sheep, Red Fox etc.
Best Time to visit: Winter.
It is called second valley of flowers during the month Mar as Red Flower bloom during this time.
Trekking allowed inside the forest with Tour guide.
Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary Trekking
- Bird Watching
- Jungle Trek
- Satkhol Trek
- Adventure Trek
- Wildlife Trek
- Zero point Nature Trek
- Full/ Hall Day Trek (Jageshwar, Garnath Temple, Village Trek)
Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary Entry fees
|3||Indian Student with valid ID card||Rs.75/ person|
|4||Foreign student with valid ID Card||Rs.300/ person|
|8||Tour Guide||Rs.300 for 90 mins|
|9||Tour Guide||Rs.1000 for full day|
- Zero Point: Top point for Panoramic view of Himalayan mountains.
- Forest Dak Bungalow: Sunset Viewpoint.
- Almora Zoo
- Jageshwar Temple
- Baijnath Temple
- Bageshwar Temple
- Gomti River Bank
- Nanda Devi Temple
How to reach Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary?
- The nearest airport is at Pantnagar which is 152 Km away.
- The nearest Railway station is at Kathgodam which is 110 Km away.
- This Sanctuary can be reached from Almora which is 32 Km away.
- Nainital is 95 Km away.
For Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary , Please call @ 93 93 93 9510
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