Unexplored Corners of India: Binsar
Binsar, a picturesque beauty and a feast for the nature lovers, it is a sleepy town of the Kumaon region of Uttrakhand. Binsar is untouched and unexplored hill station on Kumoan region. Situated at the elevation of 2420 meters. It is known to offer some enthralling views of the majestic Himalayas. Who would not like to view this serene, tranquil and hypnotic sleepy town?
The main attraction of Binsar is the panoramic view of the 300 km stretch, of the Himalayas Mountains range, from the Zero Point. Along with this, Binsar is also delight for the bird watchers as the compact hill town is surrounded like a circle from the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home for the rare animals, birds and the flora and fauna species too.
Some the reasons why one should visit Binsar are:
- Some of the rare bird species can be seen in the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, orchards and who knows you can explore the unknown species too.
- Drive through the curvaceous roads on the hills and with clouds softly touching my cheeks, giving a cuddle of cold breeze and the nature romancing. The chase for this winter is Binsar, a magnificently beautiful hill station nestled in the top of Jhandi Dhar Hills. Travelling through the beautiful curvaceous roads is an unforgettable experience.
- The spectacular beauty during in winters, is unimaginable and the temperature in Binsar during January and February hovers between 2 degree C to 10 degree C. It is perfect time to visit if you love snow and beauty together..
- Mount Trishul‘s magnificent view from Binsar. It has it all you can ask for, the lush green meadows, simple beauty and playful birds chirping. Is this reality or imagination?
- One can visit Gods too and at the same time admire the ancient architecture which is standing tall, defining the time. Must visit, Bineshwar Temple in Binsar.
- If you love sampling of food, have the Kumaoun region thali, it is a must have in Binsar. It is perfect blend of local flavours. Imagine yourself in a snow clad peaks and having local tea along with scrumptious food.