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Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary

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Untouched! The most quiet place in town

Loved the wild life sanctuary. Did see many animals but the jungle and the Mountain View’s were... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2018
D S
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Wildllife Sanctuary situated in Kumaun Hills

Binsar Wildllife Sanctuary is situated in Almora in Kumaun Hills,about 30 Kms away from Almora.It... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2018
meena1981
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Bokaro Steel City, India
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Almora | near Kafarkhan, 263601, India
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 26 April 2015

The Binsar forest is good to see sunset in the evening. It is approx 7000 ft" from the sea level, its also known as high altitude forest in Kumaon sector of Uttarakhand.But there no animal can be seen here, the entrance of the forest is...More

13  Thank Manjusree N
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 24 May 2013

We went there as a group on a weekend. This was not a much planned trip. We started from Delhi around 10 PM and drove through Delhi- Haldwani-Almora- Binsar. The place where we stayed Binsar eco camp was on the other side of forest. The...More

5  Thank Rajat J
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Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

Loved the wild life sanctuary. Did see many animals but the jungle and the Mountain View’s were breathtaking. After reading Jim Corbetts - Man Eaters of Kumaon, we could see how the man eaters walked the jungles. You feel like you are there and the...More

Thank D S
Reviewed 2 September 2018

Binsar wildlife sanctuary is situated 25 km from almora in uttarakhand. This sanctuary is on the top the hill. Its area is almost 45 km2. I went to Binsar in winter. I drove my car from delhi and spent a night in almora. Next day...More

2  Thank Rinkiju
Reviewed 27 July 2018

Binsar Wildllife Sanctuary is situated in Almora in Kumaun Hills,about 30 Kms away from Almora.It is very rich and famous for its flora and fauna .It is also very famous for Sun Set and Sun Rise.It has dense forest enveloped with many special trees ,...More

2  Thank meena1981
Reviewed 15 June 2018

It is a beautiful place where Mother Nature blossoms in all her glory. The sanctuary is a densely forested area comprising mainly of century-old oaks and other trees such as pines and rhododendrons. As we visited in June, sadly we could not see much of...More

Thank Debjani G
Reviewed 14 June 2018

I visited in May and we walked to the top part of the Binsar forest named zero point from where we were supposed to get a mesmerizing view of the Himalayas, but we were unlucky. Do not go there at the end of April through...More

2  Thank shankha72113
Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

Entire from KAUSANI to Almora today, we reached Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary hoping to have a glimpse of some Wildlife. BEWARE - There is a Entry Fees. Adults Rs.150/- Students Rs.75/- Sedan Vehicles Rs.250/- Foreigners they charge too. We purchased the entry tickets and sat in...More

Thank Rajchadaga
Reviewed 27 May 2018

Narrow road leads up to the KMVN Binsar which is also the end of the 'road' for cars. Walk through the well paved paths in the sanctuary.. Very quiet except for the birds and the whispering of the winds. Great place to breath in some...More

3  Thank gmahesh7
Reviewed 23 May 2018 via mobile

A very nice place which give A distant view of Himalaya. There are many small trails in the sanctuary where you can explore the nature

Thank RjR251
Reviewed 3 May 2018

No, this is not a place for picnic or wild animal viewing spot for paisa vasool. Rs 150/head + Rs 500/big car. It's tranquility throughout the narrow, pebbled, natural forest road covered with slippery leaves leading to KMVN resort at the border of the core...More

2  Thank ghosal_rg
Reviewed 2 April 2018

Binsar Wild life sanctuary is a complete waste of time and money. They charge Rs.150 for adults Rs.75 for kids and Rs.250 for Small Cars and Rs.500 for big cars. Not well maintained narrow roads leads you to the walking road where you need to...More

1  Thank Nilesh_Kh
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Response from GovindS408 | Reviewed this property |
You can hire any vehicle or go by your own as buses will not ply till Binsar...Till Almora & Ksardevi Buses or Local taxis will be available anyway. From Almora there are regular buses & taxis on regular basis. It's a... More
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