The summer capital of the erstwhile Chand Rajas (7th – 18th Centrury), Binsar (Uttarakhand) is a picturesque, sleepy hamlet one of the most scenic spots in the Kumaon Himalayas. Pitched a the impressive altitude of 2420 m, 35 kms from Almora (Uttarakhand) it offers a majestic view of the snow covered Himalayan peas the mesmerizing range of Chaukhamba, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Shivling and Panchachuli. From here, one a sunny day, you can have a glimpse of the holiest shrines in the Himalayas, Kedarnath, Badrinath and Gangotri. It's a fascinating spot, encircled by a a vast wildlife sanctuary, a home to many rare animals, birds & wild flowers. Binsar (Uttarakhand) is also a trekker's paradise. Trekking the salubrious air, amidst the misty mountain trails, towering Oaks & Rhododendron. A formation of sleepy hamlets amidst orchards, silver streams and green meadows. The mantle of green hangs all around - rocks covered with unusual moss and ferns, flowers and shrubs – foliage sprouting out of every conceivable nook and corner of the hillside. The entire area is now a sanctuary.
The entire region is now a wildlife sanctuary and has a host of wildlife like Panther and Barking Deer. The temple of Binsar (Uttarakhand) lies nearby.
Khali Estate, Bineshwar Temple, Golu Devta Temple, Almora, Binsar Mahadev, Archaeological Spots, Binsar Sanctuary Museum etc.