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Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary

Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, situated on Jhandi Dhar hills is a splendid Himalayan destination, which give tourists the reason to be here and explore the fascinating Himalayan peaks such as Kedarnath Peak, Shivling, Trisul and majestic Nanda Devi from 'Zero Point'.Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is basically designed for the conservation and shielding of the shrinking broad leaf oak (Quercus) forests situated in the Central Himalayan region. The sanctuary has approximately 200 bird species and species of animals such as Leopards, Ghorals, Indian Red Fox, Jackals, Porcupines, Pine Martens etc.Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is encircled by copiouschaplets of alpine flora, ferns, hanging moss and several other types of wild flowers. The tourists get feel that they are moving in a celestial haven.

Binsar Wildlife SanctuaryBest Safari Zones :

Almora, which is 20 kms. from Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, is the Best Sari Zone. Another Safari zone is at Ranikhet, which is 70kms. from the wildlife sanctuary. Tourists can always make the choice.

Best Times to Visit

The idyllic time for visiting Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is February to April, and October to November.

How To Reach :

Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is situated at approximate distance of 35 km from Almora. The closest railhead is Kathgodam, and is 126 km from Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. Tourists can easily board the overnight train Ranikhet Express which starts from Old Delhi railway station to reach Kathgodam.