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Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary:  

Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary spread over an area of almost 45.59 square kilometers is one of the biggest wildlife sanctuaries in Uttarakhand. Established in 1988, the sanctuary is home to more than 200 species of birds with a wide range of flora and fauna amid leaf oak forests. The sanctuary has been declared as an Important Bird Area by Bird Life International. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is home to Leopards, Wild Boars, Monkeys, Ghorals, Kakars and Himalayan Black Bears who live freely in their natural habitat surrounded by dense forests. The sanctuary has one entry gate available for tourists located at Ayarpani. Accommodation facilities for tourists are available at the Forest Rest House. A nominal fee of Rs 40 is charged to domestic tourists while a fee of Rs 100 is charged to foreign tourists visiting the sanctuary.


Binsar Sanctuary Museum:  

Binsar Sanctuary Museum is located inside the vicinity of the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary and is one of the popular tourist attractions. The Binsar Sanctuary Museum has in store great informative details and historic and botanical insights into the flora and fauna of Binsar area over the years. Binsar Sanctuary Museum is also very popular amongst the botanical enthusiasts. 


Bineshwar Temple:

Bineshwar Temple also commonly known as Bineshwar Mahadev Temple is a famous ancient Hindu temple devoted to Lord Shiva. Built in the early 16th century, the temple is believed to have been constructed by King Kalyan Chand. The temple is very popular with the religious as well as historic tourists offering a marvelous insight to the historic architectural brilliance. The temple also acts as a resting spot for tourists visiting to Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary.  


Golu Devata Temple:  

Golu Devta Temple is an immensely popular religious temple located at a distance of 4 Kms from the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. The temple is dedicated to the deity of Kumaon Considered to be as an incarnation of Gaur Bhairav. Locals believe the temple to be a dispenser of justice attracting large number of devotees from across the state of Uttrakhand. Goats are commonly sacrificed at the temple to please the Kumaon deity while religious prayers go on for a period of nine days with devotees offering Milk, Ghee and curd to the deity. The temple is one of the best known places in Binsar and has a great religious and historic significance


Kasar Devi Temple:

Kasar Devi temple is one of the well known temples in Binsar. Located at a distance of 9 kms from the Binsar town, the Kasar Devi temple gained worldwide recognition after great Hindu saint Swami Vivekananda meditated in this temple in 1820.In the 1980's the temple was a communion for a large number of hippie tourists from the west.


Zero Point:  

Zero Point is the highest located point in the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. The point is famous as it allows tourists a panoramic view of great Himalayan ranges including the spiritual peaks of Kedarnath, Shivling, Trishul and Nanda Devi. The Zero point is a popular hotspot for photography enthusiasts.


Khali Estate:

Khali Estate is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Binsar. The estate spread over an area of 26 acres was home to the commissioner of Kumaon, Sir Henry Ramsay during the British era. Khali estate is famous tourist hotspot for its picturesque views of the mighty Himalayan peaks while tourists visiting the Khali Estate also enjoy trekking through the estate to visit various smaller villages of Binsar.


Pariyadeva Pashan:  

Pariyadeva Pashan is a famous archaeological site located on the Binsar Almora road. The site not only offers great views of the hills and Binsar town but is most famous for stones with cup marks believed to have been originated during the Megalithic era. Pariyadeva Pashan provides a unique insight into the historic evolution of mankind from primitive tools to modern sophisticated gadgets. Pariyadeva Pashan is equally popular amongst regular tourists as well as archeology enthusiasts and historians.