Top 10 Places to Visit near Binsar

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Places to Visit Nearby Binsar

Binsar was the former summer capital of Kumaon’s Chand Dynasty monarchs, who ruled from the 7th to the 18th centuries AD. The tranquil and charming village, perched at a height of 2,420 metres, is one of the most scenic spots in the Kumaon hills. It offers breathtaking views of the beautiful Himalayan peaks Chaukhamba, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Shivling, and Panchachuli due to its location. Binsar is said to have been called after the Bineshwar Mahadev temple, a 16th century Shiva temple. Talking about Binsar nearby places taht you cannot manage to miss, let’s focus on these places.

1. Ranikhet

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Ranikhet is a hill station in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It’s famous for its Himalayan views. Jhula Devi Temple, devoted to the Hindu goddess Durga, is adorned with hundreds of bells. Fruit trees thrive on Chaubatia Gardens’ tiered orchards, which offer views of peaks such as Nanda Devi. During the freedom fight, Mahatma Gandhi resided in a hut called Gandhi Kuti in nearby Tarikhet hamlet.

2. Almora

Almora, home to the Chittai Golu Temple and Nanda Devi, as well as Bal Mithai and Singauri, exemplifies Uttarakhand’s rich culture and customs. This district, which includes gorgeous vacation spots like Ranikhet and Binsar, is the perfect place to unwind. Come here for an unrivalled spiritual experience, a delectable culinary feast, and a meeting with pristine nature and humble people.

3. Jageshwar Dham

Jageshwar Temples, often referred to as Jageswar Temples or Jageshwar Valley Temples, are a complex of 125 ancient Hindu temples dated between 7th and 14th century near Almora, in the Himalayan Indian state of Uttarakhand. The valley features a variety of temple clusters such as the Dandeshwar and Jageshwar sites.

4. Ramgarh

Ramgarh is a tiny hill station and tourist destination in Uttarakhand, India, located on the road to Mukteshwar. Orchards abound in this area. This location provides an unobstructed view of the Himalayan snow-capped mountains. The location was originally the English army’s cantonment.

5. Katarmal Sun Temple

Katarmal is a little town 17 kilometres from Almora. A steep 3-kilometer hike off the Almora-Ranikhet road leads to an ancient temple complex tucked among deodar trees that has survived the passage of time. The Katarmal sun temple, which is 2,116 metres above sea level, boasts an incredible perspective over the valley as well as the Kosi river.

6. Bageshwar

The Baijnath Temple, set against the lovely backdrop of the Kausani hill station, is the epitome of exquisite architecture and spiritual piety. The temple is constructed in the traditional nagara architectural style, which has its origins in Orissa. Not only will the temple’s architecture enchant you, but so will its artistic interpretations of Hindu mythology, such as idols, sculptures, and carvings. At the entryway, you are greeted by an idol of Nandi, Lord Shiva’s loyal chariot. Thousands of people visit this temple all year long in search of the Shivlingam, which is the hub of all spiritual energy for this temple.

7. Kausani

Kausani is a hill station and village in the state of Uttarakhand, India, located in the Bageshwar district. It’s known for its picturesque beauty and a panoramic vista of Himalayan peaks such as Trisul, Nanda Devi, and Panchchuli that spans 300 kilometres.

8. Mukteshwar

Mukteshwar is a site to behold for nature enthusiasts. It is a destination rich in natural beauty and captivating picturesque settings that you should not miss. The picturesque settlement, which sits at an elevation of 2171 metres, has captured the hearts of visitors with its breathtaking views. It is well linked, being 51 kilometres from Nanital. The settlement takes its name from the well-known Mukteshwar Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Its ideal location provides a breathtaking panoramic view of the towering Nanda Devi and other Himalayan peaks. Its forest is rich in uncommon flora and fauna, and in the morning, you may hear the magnificent symphony of woodland birds.

9. Nainital

Nainital, a lovely Himalayan lake town, is a postcard-perfect hill station and one of Northern India’s most popular. Nainital, often known as the ‘Lake District,’ is located at an altitude of roughly 2,000 metres above sea level in the Kumaon Himalayas. Ayarpata, Deopata, Handi-Bandi, Naina, Alma, Lariya-Kanta, and Sher-Ka-Danda are the seven hills that surround this lovely town, collectively called as ‘Sapta-Shring.’ The town’s splendour is enhanced by the gorgeous mountains and the lovely waters of the lake. The town is built around the emerald alpine lake of Naini, which is dotted with colourful sailboats on most days.

According to legend, the lake was formed when goddess “Sati’s” eyes fell at this location while her body was being carried by Lord Shiva after her death. The town has a significant colonial legacy, with bustling clusters of villas and bungalows, and was the summer capital of the United Provinces during the British administration. This picturesque village nestled in a forested valley used to attract homesick British visitors. The famous Naina Devi shrine, which located on the shore of the lake, is also well-known. Nainital is well-known not only as a popular tourist destination, but also for its prominent educational institutions and schools, many of which date back to the British era.

10. Chaukori

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Chaukori is an exquisite tourist spot surrounded by high Himalayan peaks and verdant woods. Snow-capped mountains, lush valleys, deodar and rhododendron groves, and gorgeous views as far as the eye can see abound. From this idyllic spot, you can see the majestic Panchachuli peaks. Chaukori, at an elevation of roughly 2,010 metres and around 173 kilometres from Nainital, is home to extensive areas of emerald tea plantations that provide for great nature treks. Don’t forget to visit the fruit orchards while you’re here. Don’t forget to take in the spectacular sunrises and sunsets that you will be treated to.

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