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Pariyadeva Pashan

PariyadevaPashan, is a popular vantage point in Binsar. It is situated on the Almora-Binsar road. PariyadevaPashan is a famous archaeological site located on the BinsarAlmora road. The site not only provides great views of the hills and Binsar town but it is alsofamous for the stones with cup marks, which are believed to have been originated during the Megalithic era. Itdelivers a unique insight into the historic evolution of mankind from primitive tools to modern

Famous Landmarks

The ancient BinsarMahadev Temple is one of the most sacred shrines of 16th century and is the famous landmark in the city. This temple is counted as one of the major tourist attractions in Binsar region. It wasestablished by one of the offspring of Chand Raja Dynisty, King Kalyan Chand. BineshwarMahadev temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed to be measured that the name of the temple was based on the temple and started calling Binsar. Tourists in large

For Kids

Binsar has abundance of natural charm and beauty. This holiday will be a memorable one for your kids and they will love every bit of it. A must visit place for kids includes the Zero Point, situated inside the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary.This is the highest point of the sanctuary. Also, there is a Golu Devta temple located at a distance of approximately 4 Km from the main gate of Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary.

Jalna

Jalnaprovides anattractive view of the grand Himalayan ranges. A number of plantations here yield a variety of fruits such aspeaches, apricots, , plums, pears and apples.

Bineshwar Mahadev Temple

BineshwarMahadev Temple is one of the most significant tourist attractions in Binsar. It is a temple which was constructed in 16th century. This temple is assumed to be built by King Kalyan Chand, one of the heirs of the Chand Raja Dynasty.

Natural Attractions

The small town of Binsar has all kinds of varieties that a touristwill like to see. The trueenhancementabout the beauty of this place is its delightful location in the middle of a wildlife sanctuary. Irrespective of you being a nature lover, an author or an adventure lover, Binsar has a lot in store for you. 

Almora

Almora is an amazingly serene hill station that has sustained its old but soothingcharm. The main places of interest in Almora are Chital temple,Nanda Devi temple,Bright-end corner, Deer Park,Kasar Deviand Ramakrishna Mission Ashram.

Golu Devta Temple

GoluDevta Temple is located at a distance of approximately 4 kilometres from the main gate of Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. This temple is devoted to the popular divinity of Kumaon and it is believed that the GoluDevtagives away quick justice to the devotees.

Katarmal

It is a must visit place for people who like getting into history. It has the famous Sun Temple which was built by Katyuri Rajas, around 800 to 900 years ago.

Binsar Sanctuary Museum

Binsar Sanctuary Museum is located inside the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. It is one of the most famous museums in Binsar. This museum stocks valuable information about flora and fauna of the sanctuary along with the occupancy around this region.

It is positioned inside the locality of the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary and is one of the prevalent tourist attractions. The Binsar Sanctuary Museum also has information on historic and bot

Cultural Attractions

Almora is a perfect amalgamation of mountain beauty, ancient cultural effects, holy spots, scenic valleys, crystal lakes, gushing rivers, hoarsely wooded forests and quaint cottages. The people who have loved the place call it the 'Switzerland of India’. Almora is a hill district in the central Kumaon region of Uttaranchal. It is a town in the shape of a horse shoe balanced on a 5 km long mountain range among the river Kosi and Suyal.Also, there is a ca

Gananath

This place is well known for its caves.The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Kasar Devi Temple

Located approximately 9 kilometres away from Binsar, Kasar Devi Temple is one of the most well known tourist attractions of the place. Initially, from 1970 to early 1980's, the temple was the residence for Dutch Monk.

Jageshwar

Jageshwar, situated in Binsaris one of the 12 Jyotirlingasfound in different parts of India. It is positioned on the Almora-Pithoragarh road, in the royal Jataganga valley. The complex of Jageshwarhascomprises 124 temples.These temples are not only famous for its mesmerising beauty but also for the thick deodar forests that wrap the place.

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