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Mesmerizing Uttarakhand Tour Package
Mesmerizing Uttarakhand Tour Package: Overview
Stay in the arms of Mesmerizing Uttarakhand is a wonderful tour places which includes Nainital Mukteshwar Binsar Kausani & Jim Corbett National Park spending holidays amid peace and natural exquisiteness. If you also wish to relax in the lap of nature and are looking for affordable travel options, this 10 Nights / 11 Days tour Package is best suited for you which offered by Holiday travel India.
The abundant greenery, undulating mountains, pollution-free air, easy-paced lifestyle of the locals, lively meadows and cascading waterfalls, Lakes, Hills, temples, & wild life tour together make these places so great attractions. Be it romantic places, pilgrimage and religious sites, hill stations, wildlife tiger reserve & national parks or adventure destinations, this magnificent places offers close access to all.
Our Mesmerizing Uttarakhand Tour Package are designed keeping in mind the modern traveler and make sure that you have a memorable time in these awesome destinations which starts from Capital of India.
What is unique in “Mesmerizing Uttarakhand Tour Package”?
Nainital is blessed with scenic natural splendor and varied natural resources. Dotted with lakes Nainital has earned the epithet of 'Lake District' of India famous for their lakes. Where the Mukteshwar is known as Mukteshwar Dham which is an ancient Hindu religious place nestled in its namesake town in the district of Nainital.
The next is Binsar which is famous for Binsar Zero Point for amazing sun rise & sun sets views and Kausani is located at the height of 6250 ft. above sea level and it offers a spectacular wide view of the Himalayas & walks in the thickly wooded area famous for their Tea estate. On the other hand very old Corbett national park which is a land of Tigers and Elephants is one of the most interesting wildlife destinations in the world and offers plenty of India wildlife holiday options for enthusiast wildlife lovers.
Each of these destinations has unique for the traveler by their beauties. Holiday travel India has great expertise at arranging these tours by your choice and at the best price.
Explore local sightseeing of Nainital Mukteshwar Binsar Kausani & Corbett
Explore Naldamyanti Lake, Eagle Lake, Hanuman Lake & Ram Lake
Explore Sita Lake, Laxman Lake, Bharat Lake, Bheem Tal, Nachiketa Tal
Visit Mukteshwar Temple, Chauthi Ki Jaali, & Sitla, Nathuakhan, & Peora
Visit Bineshwar Temple, Pariyadeva Pashan, & Sanctuary Museum
Excursion of Khali Estate & Binsar Zero Point
Feel the beauty of Rudradhari Falls and caves, Kausani Tea Estate
Visit Sarla Ashram, Sumitranandan Pant Museum
Visit Garija Temple, Visit Corbett Museum, Corbett Waterfall
Adventure of Tiger safari, elephant safari & fishing in Corbett
Fun with shopping, photography, Bird watching & nature walk
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Pick and Drop facility from Delhi Airport/Railway Station
Assistance on Arrival & Departure
Daily breakfast + Dinner as per plane
2 Night stay in Nainital with sightseeing
2 Night stay in Mukteshwar with sightseeing
2 Night stay in Binsar with sightseeing
2 Night stay in Kausani with sightseeing
2 Night stay in Corbett with sightseeing
Well Ac Car for 11 days for Transfers & Sightseeing
Good service and well furnished hotels
All taxes are included
Extra and personal meals/Beverages
Airfare/Train fare to Delhi (will be arranged on request)
Personal transportation not mentioned in the itinerary
Other activities not listed in inclusions
Treebo Vansh Regency - (2* Hotel) -TA rating 4.0/5 certified in Excellence
Address: 76/77, Tallital Market, Nainital, Uttarakhand 263002
Treebo Lakeside Inn - (3* Hotel) -TA rating 3.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: The Mall, Mall Road, Near Muncipal Library, Nainital, Uttarakhand 263002
Treebo Lakeside Inn - (5* Hotel) -TA rating 3.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Zero Garjia, Dhikuli Ram Nagar, Ramnagar, Uttarakhand 244715
Te Aroha Dhanachuli (4* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Dhanachuli - Devstal Road, Dhanachuli Bend, Near Mukteshwar, Tehsil Dhari, District Nainital, Dhanachuli, Uttarakhand 263132
Green Oak Resort Mukteshwar (2* Hotel) -TA rating 4.0/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Sargakhet, Gehna, Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand 263132 4.0
Hotel Leela Orchard - (3* Hotel) -TA rating 5.0/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Saitoli, Uttarakhand 263138 5.0
Kasar Rainbow Resort (2* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Kasar Devi-Binsar Road, P.O.Dinapani, Armora, Uttarakhand 263601
Imperial Heights Resort - (3* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Kasar Devi, Almora-Bageshwar Rd, Almora, Uttarakhand 263601
Club Mahindra Binsar Valley - (5* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Almora Takula Bageshwar Road, Bhainsori Post, Almora, Sunoli Mafi, Uttarakhand 263684
Pratiksha Himalayan Retreat- (4* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Pacific Mall, Rajpur Road, Jakhan, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
The Heritage Resort Kasauni - (3* Hotel) -TA rating 4.5/5 certified in Excellence
Address: 21, Rajpur Rd, Chukkuwala, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001
Kausani Best inn - (2* Hotel) -TA rating 4.0/5 certified in Excellence
Address: Saharanpur Road (Near Lal Pull), Dehradun, Uttarakhand
Namah Resort (5* Hotel) - TA rating 5.0/5 - certified in Excellence
Address: Namah Resort Dhikuli Road, Jim Corbett National Park, Ramnagar, Uttarakhand 244715
The Homestead Resort (3* Hotel) - TA rating 4.5/5 - certified in Excellence
Address: Jim Corbett National Park, Peerumadara, Nainital, Uttarakhand 244715
Corbett Jungle Paradise Retreat (2* Hotel) -TA rating 4.0/5 - certified in Excellence
Address: NH 121, Dhikuli, Uttarakhand 244715
Upon arrival at Delhi airport / railway station you will proceed to Nainital which is firmly known as - “the beautiful lake district of Kumaon”. Upon arrival check-in to your hotel and get freshen up. In the evening, enjoy a boat ride on the famous lake of Nainital and visit the local market for some shopping.
Later back to hotel and overnight stay with delicious dinner
Today after breakfast, you have full day to explore the hill retreat of visiting Lake Tour. In which visit Naldamyanti Lake, Eagle Lake, Hanuman Lake & Ram Lake. After lunch continue to visit Sita Lake, Laxman Lake, Bharat Lake, Bheem Tal, Nachiketa Tal. In evening come back to your Nainital accommodation.
Lunch: May have lunch at Machan Restaurant (TA rating 4.0/ 5) serves Indian Asian Chinese International Vegetarian Friendly Veg.
Overnight stay at Nainital hotel with tasty dinner
After Breakfast check out from Hotel, Travel by surface from Nainital to Mukteshwar. On arrival check into hotel . Rest of the day free for independent activities. In the evening visit the local market for some shopping.
Overnight at Mukteshwar hotel with dinner
Lunch: May have lunch at Rosefinch Cafe and Restaurant (TA rating 5.0/ 5) serves American Indian Italian Vegetarian Friendly cuisines
Today after breakfast, you have full day to visiting Mukteshwar Tour. In which visit Mukteshwar Temple, Chauthi Ki Jaali, & Sitla. After lunch continue to visit Nathuakhan, & Peora. In evening come back to your accommodation.
Lunch: May have lunch at The Birdcage Restaurant (TA rating 5.0/ 5) serves Mexican American Indian European
Overnight stay at Mukteshwar hotel with tasty dinner
After Breakfast check out from Hotel, Travel by surface from Mukteshwar to Binsar .On arrival check into at hotel & take rest. After lunch rest of the day free for independent activities.
Overnight at Binsar hotel with dinner
Today after breakfast, you have full day to visiting Binsar sightseeing. In which we visit Bineshwar Temple, Pariyadeva Pashan, & Sanctuary Museum. After lunch continue to visit Khali Estate & Binsar Zero Point. In evening come back to your accommodation.
Overnight stay at Binsar hotel with tasty dinner
Lunch: May have lunch at Mohan's retreat Restaurant (TA rating 4.0/ 5) serves Indian Italian Chinese Vegetarian Friendly cuisines
After Breakfast Check out from Hotel, travel by surface from Binsar to Kausani. On arrival check into your pre- booked hotel & take rest. Rest of the day free for independent activities.
Overnight at Kausani hotel with dinner
After Breakfast we go for full day tour of Kausani where we will visit Rudradhari Falls and caves, Kausani Tea Estate and Sarla Ashram, Sumitranandan Pant Museum. Later at evening, enjoy the serene beauty of this beautiful hilly resort visiting grassy meadows of Kausani.
Return back to Kausani & overnight stay with dinner
Lunch: May have lunch at Garden Restaurant Kausani (TA rating - 4.0/5) Famous for Indian Asian Fast food International Vegetarian Friendly cuisines
This Morning after breakfast proceeds to reach Ranikhet. Drive through the spectacularly changing vistas, climbing up close to the snow capped peaks. Ranikhet also offers golfing at the 9 whole army courses besides being known for the orchards of Chaubatia and Jhoola Devi Temple.
After Ranikhet sight-seeing proceed to Corbett National Park. The park was named after Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter-naturalist turned author and photographer who spent most years of his life in this area and helped set up this park. Check into resort and enjoy recreational facilities at Resort.
Overnight stay at Corbett with mouth-watering dinner
Lunch: May have lunch at Wellness By Nature Ranikhet (TA rating - 4.5/5) Famous for Barbecue Asian Diner Vegetarian Friendly cuisines
Early morning you can enjoy safari (At additional cost) inside the Wildlife Sanctuary for your tryst with the big cats. Elephants are also available for dense jungle safaris on a first come first serve basis. Those interested in angling can try hooking the mahseer fish for sport. Birding treks and horse safaris are also exciting options for the enthusiasts. After lunch may go for visit Corbett water fall Museum & Garijia Temple.
Evening back to resort and overnight stay at Corbett with dinner
Lunch: May have lunch at Village Vatika Restaurant (TA rating - 4.0/5) Famous for Indian International Asian Grill Healthy Vegetarian Friendly cuisines
After breakfast check out the hotel further and drive to Delhi concludes. You will be dropped to airport or railway station for onwards journey to catch your pre booked Flight / Train. Tour get ends with lots of memories.
How to reach Delhi to Nainital
By Flight: There is no direct connectivity between Delhi to Nainital, there is no airport are available in Nainital. Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, is the nearest commercial airport to Nainital. As every flight of all domestic and international airlines connect Delhi with rest of the world, travelers can board a flight till Delhi if they are travelling to Nainital. Private taxis from Delhi can be hired to reach Nainital.
By Bus: Delhi to Nainital buses is available. The distance Delhi to Nainital is 300 km by road. It would take around 9 hours. Buses are the popular mode of transport between the two places and the ride is also very scenic. Buses ply regularly between the two places and there are also private buses that can be taken.
By Train: There is no railway station found in Nainital. You can take a train to Kathgodam which will take 7hours and then drive for another 45 min to reach Nainital. There are no direct trains between the two towns as is no station in Nainital.
Delhi to Nainital km
Distance between New Delhi to Nainital by road - 299 km.
Distance between New Delhi to Nainital aerial distance - 235 km.
Weather in Nainital
Winter (October to February): Winters are extremely cool here with the temperature diving down to 0°C and winters are marked with heavy snowfalls. The place looks just ethereal in the month of November after being freshly washed with the waters from the heaven.
Summer (March to May): The temperature ranges between a comfortable 14°C - 30°C in these months and relaxing cool breeze lifts up the spirits in the evenings. This is the time when the tourists flock the place in large numbers.
Monsoon (June to till September): The rains bring freshness and rejuvenating greenery to the place.
Best time to go to Nainital
The best time to visit Nainital is between the months of March to June. The climate remains pleasant and favorable during these months offering tourists the best holiday experience.
Nainital nearest train station
The nearest railway station to Nainital is Kathgodham which located at a distance of 34.0 kilometers from Nainital situated at the foothills of the Kumaon hills.
Kathgodam railway station has good connectivity to some important places such as Delhi, Lucknow and Howrah with daily trains running to New Delhi.
Things to do in Nainital
Nainital is generally known as Hill Station there is lots of places to visit and enjoy your holiday. Some mention places where you can go to view a wonderful moment. Some places are as follows:
Watch Sun Disappear at Hanuman Garhi
Most of the hill stations offer a spectacular view of the sunset, where the sun slowly descent towards the hills and then simply hides behind the massive mountain the sun here doesn’t hide behind the mountains it simply DISAPPEARS, it does! At Hanumangarhi, which is 3kms from Nainital City, you can watch the sunset on the horizon and believe me it is one of the most enchanting views that one can apparently catch in Nainital.
Trek to China Peak
Naina Peak or Cheena Peak, this is the highest point of Nainital and that is why it has always been the major tourist attraction. Today, many people trek to China Peak in order to avail themselves an extra dose of adventure. The trek is easy one, where you will pass through thick Deodar, Cypress and Pine forest. If you are in Nainital you must trek to Naina Peak for some adrenalin rush.
Boating in Nainital Lake
Boating is definitely a must thing to do in Nainital. boating in Nainital is one of the best experiences that one gets in this gorgeous city. You can choose rowing boats or the paddle boats here and sail for at least an hour amidst serene beauty.
Shop at Tibetan Market
The Tibetan Market in Nainital The market is situated at the far end of the Flatts forming an L-shape shopping paradise. Men do not be disheartened, although the collection is limited for men wear, one might end up buying some good t-shirts and jackets.
Visit Nainitals zoo
Govind Ballabh Pant high altitude zoo is situated around 2km from the bus station. The zoo is set at an elevation of 2100mts above sea level providing high altitude animals a sufficient and habitat like environment. The Zoo consists of animals like Leopard , Hill Fox, Siberian Tiger (snow tiger), Palm civet cat, Wolf, Silver Pheasants, Barking Deer, Sambhar, Monkeys, Rose ringed Prakeet, Himalayan black bear, Ghoral, White Peacock. The zoo is closed on Mondays and the entry ticket is of Rs. 10. Feeding animals is strictly prohibited in the zoo and eatables are also not allowed (you can take liquid diets).
Lakes (Tals) in Nainital
Nainital is named after the Naini Lake, which is a beautiful water bosy in the heart of the city, is surrounded by seven majestic mountains and is a popular tourist attraction. You can enjoy row boating as well as paddle boating at Naini Lake.
Sattal is another excellent tourist and picnic spot with seven lakes, each in a different hue of green and blue. Bhimtal, 23 kilometres away, is a large lake with an island restaurant in the middle that’s accessible by boat. While visiting Sattal you should also visit Naukutchiatal.Sattal Christian Ashram is a peaceful holiday retreat tucked away in isolation, amidst Sattal's dense forests. Since its inception, this Vanaprastha ashram has been a centre of Christian learning and disciplinary studies through group living.
Sariyatal is a small but very alluring lake located at a distance of just 5 kilometers from Nainital. This almost heart-shaped lake is quite appealing what with its blue shimmering waters and serene environment. You can spend some time in solitude here basking in the absolute beauty of nature.
Famous for its absolutely stunning Bhimtal Lake, Bhimtal is a small town and Nagar Panchayat in Nainital. Bhimtal is located 22 kilometers away from Nainital and 11 kilometers from Bhowali. Tourists from all over India come to Nainital to spend some time at the Bhimtal Lake.
Khurpatal Lake is one of the several inland water bodies that adorn the landscape of Nainital. Situated in its namesake hamlet, this lake serves as the source for several natural springs that provide fresh groundwater for consumption by residents.
One of the main highlights of Nainital, the vibrant Mall Road, was built during the British rule in India and is the centre of all activities in town. There are a number of shops, restaurants, hotels and cafés at the Mall Road and no trip to Nainital is complete without Visit to the Mall Road Nainital.
Situated at an altitude of about 2610 metres, it prides in being the highest pinnacle in the entire town. It is a famous trekking haunt and viewpoint too. From here, you can capture panorama of Himalaya's snow-laden peaks like Nanda Devi, Bandarpunch, Api and Nari.
Tiffin Top Tour
Located at elevation of about 2,290 metres in the Ayarpatta Hills, It is a famous vantage point in the scenic hill station of Nainital. This picnic spot is fondly known as Dorothy's Seat, in the loving memory of the eminent painter Kellet Dorothy.
Snow View Point
Situated at an altitude of 2,270 meters, Snow View Point offers spectacular views of the snow-clad Himalayas. Located about 3 km away from the main township of Nainital, this spot can be reached by an adventurous hilly trek or a comfortable taxi drive.
Nanda Devi Temple
Naintal Situated alongside the northern shore of the Naini Lake, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Sati and is counted amongst the 64 Shakti Peethas devoted to Her. According to mythological legends, the eye of Goddess Sati fell at this spot.
St. John’s Church
St. John’s Church is located at the north-end of Nainital. The church was established and named in 1844 by the Bishop of Calcutta, Daniel Wilson. A beautiful construction, St. John’s Church is a must-visit place for here.
Pashan Devi Temple
A stone-carved temple on the Thandi Sadak (located on the opposite side of the Mall Road), Pashan Devi Temple is an important place of worship for the locals.
A famous temple dedicated to the mighty Lord Hanuman, which lies in the outskirts of Nainital, Hanuman Garhi also has a sunrise and sunset point from where you can see one of the most spectacular views of sunrise and sunset.
Located in the sleepy hamlet of Pangot, the Guano Hills are known for their amazing walking and trekking trails. The hills are surrounded by dense forests of oak, bamboo, and deodar trees. The whole landscape is very scenic.
Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary
Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary is an undisturbed wildlife haven, Covering a geographical territory of 301.76 sq km, the sanctuary is dotted with forests of Saltucked between the Corbett and Rajaji national parks. It was established on 9th January, 1987 to protect the biodiversity-rich region between these important wildlife conservation destinations.
Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary
Pangot is a small and scenic hamlet, which falls under the district administration of Nainital. The region consists of several creeks, where animals like Leopard, Civet, Goral and Deer reside.
The Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES) is a state observatory, situated amidst tranquil environs atop a hill. Earlier known as UPSO and State Observatory (SO), the observatory finally started functioning as ARIES on 22nd March 2004.ARIES has latest equipment like powerful optical telescopes.
Eco Cave Garden
Eco Cave Garden is a cluster of interconnected caves and hanging gardens, which are one of the popular tourist attractions of the hill station. There are six underground caves in this garden, connected through tunnels. Named after various wild animals that they resemble, some of these caves are so narrow.
High Altitude Zoo
It is the only wildlife establishment of its kind in the state of Uttarakhand. Nestled in the Sher ka Danda Hills, perched at an altitude of 2100 metres above the sea level, it covers a total geographical area of 4.693 hectares.
Festivals in Nainital
Nanda Devi Mela - September
Celebrated with great zeal, the Nanda Devi mela is organised in September in most parts of the Kumaon region, Nainital being one of them. Apart from the song and dance, huge markets as well as some rides are put up near the Nanda Devi Temple.
Autumn Festival/Sharad Utsav - October
Every year in the month of October, a grand fair is organised where cultural programs, folk dances, theatre performances and musical shows are held. Apart from these, different art and craft items are created by the local artisans.
What was once a local belief, soon turned into a celebration called PhoolDeli in Nainital. During this festival, many young girls put season’s first flower at the entrance of their respective houses which they believe, marks an auspicious beginning throughout the year.
Summer (March to May): The days are warm and the nights are pretty cool with the temperature reaching a maximum of 27°C. Scenic views can be experienced in this weather and the trees are covered with fruits.
Monsoon (July to September): Monsoon brings with it mild showers and lasts from July to September. Greenery in this period is wonderful. The hill station experiences heavy snowfall in winters and heavy downpour in the monsoon months of July, August and September.
Winter (October to January): Winters see the temperature fluctuation to as low as 3°C and hence, it can be very cold. The maximum temperature reaches up to 17°C. Heavy snowfall is experienced by the town during this period. Mountains laden with snow are a common sight in Mukteshwar during this time of the year.
The best time to visit Mukteshwar
The best time to visit Mukteshwar is Throughout the year barring heavy rainy season and snowy winters but the October is the most preferred month to visit Mukteshwar.
Mukteshwar Tourist Places
Mukteshwar temple is an ancient temple which is almost 350 years old. It is situated on the top of the hill in Mukteshwar and lies approximately 2312 m above the sea level. The main deity of the temple is Lord Shiva, and the temple also consists of a Shiva Linga of white marble. The temple is beautiful and is identified as one of the eighteen most important temples dedicated to Lord Shiva in the Hindu scriptures.
One of the popular tourist attractions located away from hustle of the city, the site is an ideal hill station renowned for offering beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges. It is situated at an average elevation of around 7,000 ft above the sea level. Spread over an area of around 39 acres, the site is dotted with numerous dense areas comprising oak and pine trees. Housing a British stone bungalow of over hundred years old, the site is frequently thronged by travelers for its beauty and natural surroundings.
Chauthi Ki Jaali
Chauthi Ki Jaali, is the famous tourist spots, is located on a cliff in Mukteshwar. Dotted with lush green surroundings and numerous rocks, the site is renowned for offering beautiful views of the Kumaon valley. The natural lattices and a hole in the rock are the remnants of the battle between demons and goddess. Tourists can also engage themselves in mountain climbing and rappelling activities that are regularly organized at the site.
Nathuakhan is a small solitary village in the Kumaon hills, which is bestowed with natural beauty. The entire region offers beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges and is dotted with oak, pine, birch and kaphal trees. Small country cottages made of wood and stone add beauty to the landscape. Tourists can engage in nature walks and trekking activities in and around the village.
Peora, also known as the fruit bowl of Uttarakhand, is a small village located in the Kosyakutoli Tehsil of Nainital district. The site is located in the Kumaon hills at a distance of 8 km from the Mukteshwar city. This eco-tourism spot is at a height of 6,600 ft above sea level and offers beautiful views of the Himalayan ranges. Various trekking expeditions are organized for tourists from this site. Birdwatching, game watching and trekking are some of the popular activities carried out by travellers visiting the region.
Ramgarh is a small town located at a distance of around 17 km from the destination. Earlier the site was a cantonment during British era and is situated at an average height of 4,590 ft. This small town is an ideal place for spending leisure time and has been a home of renowned writers like Padma Vibhushan Mahadevi Verma, Narayan Swami and Rabindranath Tagore. The main attractions of the region include apple, apricot and peach orchards, which are found in abundance.
Things to do in Mukteshwar
Photography: Mukteshwar is a photographers delight with it's panoramic views of the Himalayas, deep wooded valleys, sunsets and sunrise vistas & it's flora, fauna and scenic beauty
Sightseeing tours to neighboring Lakes, Temples and towns and Village Home stays
Forest and Village Camping are organized for the adventurous kinds who like to experience the outdoors
Enjoy evening Bonfires with a guitarist and Folk Dance and song performances
Nature Walks, Soft Trekking, Jungle walks with guides, Village walks
Picnics / Day-outs to unspoilt, beautiful spots, cascading hill streams, small natural pools, waterfalls.
Bird watching: With over 250 species of migrant and resident birds the forests around the resort become a haven for bird watchers.
Avail from Yoga and Meditation programs for groups
Short Adventure Tour Activities in Mukteshwar, Nainital, Corbett, Nature Walks, Soft Trekking, Bird watching tours, Wildlife Photography, Camping, Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Yoga and Meditation
At the Mountain Trail of Mukteshwar you can enjoy a quiet holiday in the lap of nature with some great adventure activities like rock climbing, river crossing, para gliding, flying fox, forest hiking, stream picnics, star gazing etc.
Camping Adventure activities in Mukteshwar
Rock climbing, rappelling
River Crossing, Slithering
Jumaring, Star Gazing
Games in Jungle Camp Table Tennis, Badminton, Volley ball, Cricket, etc
Bird watching, Hiking, Village walk
A Day picnic or overnight camping
Jungle Trek, Stream (waterfall), Night & Village Trek
Sunrise & sunset point & 360 degree point
Thakood Top trek & Jeep Safari in Mukteshwar
Kapileshwar Temple Trek (4000 ft)
Rithani Cowshed, Folk dances & Music
Best time to visit Binsar
The best time to visit this beautiful hill city is right after summer during the months of April to June and again before winter sets in, from October to November.
Food and Cuisine of Binsar
Binsar does not have too many options for food and cuisines. The handful of restaurants that it houses serve Kumaoni, Continental and typical Indian platters. You can also find some cakes, jams, pastries, homemade breads and more. Also try the local cuisine here which includes Bhaang Ki Khatai, Mixed dal Salad, Kappa (a green curry), Sisunak Saag (a dish prepared with green leafy vegetables and many local ingredients), Aloo ke Gutke( a Kumauni potato dish), Rus ( a preparation of many dals) and much more.
Binsar Tourist Attractions
Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary
It is the home of 200 species of bird, Barking Deer, Himalayan bear, leapord, fox, musk deer, langur, porcupine, flying squirrel, chital, jungle cat etc. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is dense and animals are easy to spot. Binsar wildlife sanctuary is spread over an area of 47.79square kilometers. It was established in the year 1988. Pine, oak and rhododendron trees are found in abundant amount at Binsar Wildlife sanctuary.
Binsar Zero Point
Zero point offers unparalleled panoramic view of the magnificent Himalayan range. Zero Point, located inside the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is the highest accessible point of the sanctuary. From this point, tourists can enjoy beautiful views of some of the most famous peaks of Himalayan Range such as Kedarnath, Shivling, Trishul and Nanda Devi. This point is located at a distance of 2 kilometer from KMVN Tourist Rest House.
Golu Devta Temple
Temple is located at a distance of approximately 4 kilometer from the main gate of Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. This temple is dedicated to the popular deity of Kumaon and it is believed that Golu Devta grants offer quick justice to his devotees. The puja in this temple extends either for three days or for nine days. During these prayers, Golu Devta is offered Milk, Ghee, Curd, Poori, Halwa and Pakauri along with a head of goat sacrificed goat head.
It is a famous temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Bineshwar is the major crowd puller of Binsar. A visit in this sacred temple of 13th century is a must. This temple was constructed by King Kalyan of the Chand Dynasty. It is one of the important sightseeing attractions in Binsar is a temple. According to the legend, it is believed that due to this temple, the entire region was named as Binsar. Besides being a religious place, the temple is also known for its architectural excellence. It is one of the ideal halting spots for tourists heading to Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary.
There is an estate near Binsar called Khali estate, it was once the home of Sir Henry Ramsay, who was the commissioner of Kumaun from 1856 to 1884 and popularly called by British authors as "King of Kumaun". He also built his bungalow at Binsar. Vijay Laxmi Pandit, the sister of Jawahar Lal Nehru, also lived here. Khali Estate, sprawling over an area of 26 acres, is set amidst the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary. An epitome of natural beauty, tourists visiting the Khali Estate can also enjoy the beautiful view of the Himalayan Range.
Pariyadeva Pashan dating back to the Megalithic Age is a popular vantage point in Binsar. Located on the Almora-Binsar road, this point is a famous archaeological site, which has a long stone with cup-marks that dates back to megalithic age. In addition, tourists visiting this point can also enjoy beautiful view of town along with the nearby areas.
Mary Budden Estate
Mary Budden Estate is located in a cozy corner of the Kumaon hills in the Himalayas, at 8000 feet. Nestled deep within the heavily wooded oak forests of the Binsar Wild life Sanctuary Guests can be assured a unique experience at the estate, being that it is one of only five homes in all of Binsar. Mary Budden Estate ranked as one of North. India’s top eco-hotels harvests rainwater and is fully powered by solar energy.
Binsar Sanctuary Museum
Binsar has a museum about the flora and fauna of the region and provide good and valuable information about the Sanctuary.
Kasar Devi Temple
Kasar Devi Temple is located at a distance of approximately 9 kilometer from the Binsar, is one of the most popular tourist attractions. Initially, from 1970 to early 80's, the temple was the house for Dutch Monk. It is said that this temple was the house for the hippies and hippie culture got popular from here. This temple is still a major tourist attraction for the foreigners. It gained recognition in 1820 when Swami Vivekananda meditated here.
Things to do in Binsar
Binsar Sanctuary to Jageshwar Treks offers the perfect blend of adrenaline rushes for adventurer in you. The next Trek in the Kumaon region of Himalayas ensures that you make the most of your weekend. Starting at the picturesque Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, the trek includes walks the trek is best for winter months and it is not difficult with gradual ascents and descents. Best time for the favorable trek is - mid. September to mid. April.
Camping in the Binsar temple which consists of lord Shiva deity is the best things to do. Through pine forests accompanied by the music of tiny rivulets of clear water, spotting a few rare flora and fauna and camping amidst thick deodars to reminisce about the literally and factually breathtaking Himalayas. The forests around are virgin and provide picturesque beauty of the snow capped Himalayan ranges and other mountains as well.
Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is the main place where you can enjoy the activity of bird watching; all you have to do is remain very quiet. Watching beautiful birds flitting and chirping in the lush greenery is surely a delight. Binsar, with lush flora and fauna, is definitely a paradise for nature lovers, adventure enthusiasts, and photographers. Also, home to hundreds of species of exotic birds, it is a haven for birdwatchers.
Binsar is an ideal place for Bird and wildlife photography. There are several popular excursions in proximity of Binsar for photography. The views of major peaks like B, Panchachuli, Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot, and Kedarnath are distinctly visible from here. Binsar Hills rise to a height of 2412 mts and offer an excellent view of Almora town, Kumaon hills and the greater Himalayan valley.
Village Walk is one of the most popular activities in Binsar. Village walks is very popular as it provides an insight into the lives and daily routine of the villager. A walk through the village of Binsar will take you through streams, lush greenery, cedar and pine forests. The walk is really beautiful and will give you many lifetime memories. Don't forget to carry a camera and capture breathtaking views of the mountains and the civilization around you as you pass through them.
Summer (March to May)
Summer usually is warm but pleasant and the winters get cold and quite chilly. The temperature rises above 30°C during this period. Summers are not so hot which allow the tourist to visit this town. During summers the minimum temperature recorded is about 15°C. The days are warm and sunny and the nights are cool and pleasant.
Monsoon (June to September)
Temperature is about 20ºC during these days & the air is humid but delightfully fresh. This season is brilliant for a visit and to enjoy various sightseeing trips in the city. During the monsoon season which lasts from July to September, heavy rainfall is experienced. The South West Monsoon rains clothe the hills in cloud.
Winter (November to February)
Winters are very cold as it is a hill station and the minimum temperature reaches 0°C. Binsar experiences a cold and chilly winters, a condition which is distinct in the hill state of Uttaranchal. While temperature rises to a maximum of 24° Celsius during the day, nights are early mornings are cold with minimum temperature reaching the 0° Celsius mark.
Sightseeing in kausani
Rudradhari Falls: Rudradhari Falls and Caves are located on Kausani Almora Road about 12.0 km. distance from Kausani. A Rudradhari waterfall is a natural location.
Kausani Tea Estate
The Kausani Tea Estate is a very beautiful and scenic place which is idyllically situated on Bageshwar road and is perched at an elevation of 1,800 meters above sea level. It is located at 5 km. from ranikhet.
Sarla Ashram also known as Lakshmi Ashram and it is a Gandhian Basic Education centre for schoolgirls.
Baijnath is very famous and ancient temple of Hindu religion. It is located at an altitude of 1126 mts, on the banks of the Gomti River in the Bageshwar district of Uttarakhand. This ancient temple is dedicated to Hindu god shiv.
Pinnath is known for its temple of the same name which is located at the foot of the Gopalkot Peak and the upper portion of the Kosi Valley. The temple has a small conical structure that is dedicated to Bhairon. On October, a famous fair is celebrated at the village every year. The south of the temple lies a door, and is adorned with figures of rajahs on its walls. Indian arch, which has representations of the five Pandavas on its sides, form the roof of the portico. The adytum contains images of Mahadeva and Devi.
The Anasakti Ashram is the place where Mahatma Gandhi stayed during the time he wrote the Anasakti Yog and it is also known as the “Gandhi Ashram”. The Ashram houses a museum that contains Mahatma Gandhi’s photographs and his writings.
Sumitranandan Pant Gallery
It is dedicated to the Hindi poet Sumitranandan Pant, whose birth place is Kausani. The museum showcases his manuscripts of the poems and draft copies of his literary works. Collections of the museum also include over hundreds of English and Hindi books, displayed in glass shelves, the museum has become an interesting place for literature lovers. Every year, to mark the birth anniversary of the famous poet, a poetry conference is organized in this museum.
Jim corbett Temperature
Winter (November to February): The humidity level is drops down to about 57% and animals can be easily visible during this time as they come out to bask in the sun. The days are delightful and the nights are fairly cold. The night temperature can fall down to 5o C. during the night. A local wind known as 'dadu' blows in the region, lowering the temperature significantly. During this time the park heartily welcomes all the tourists.
Summer (March to mid-June): The days can be very hot during this time, with the temperature crossing the 40o C mark most of the times. The scorching heat of the sun becomes quite unbearable for the animals as well as the inhabitants. Also, a hot wind, specific to the region blows throughout the day during summers.
Monsoon (mid-June to October): The rain showers bring respite to the parching landscape from the blazing temperature. The weather becomes quite pleasant with the drop in temperature. The humidity soars up to 98 percent making the weather very sultry during monsoons. However, the park is closed for the tourists during the rainy season because this is primarily the mating season of most of the animals.
jim corbett national park best time to visit
Corbett National Park remains open throughout the year for the visitors from Jhrina zone but the months of November through June are the perfect time to visit Corbett National Park. The park remains open to tourists during these times only because during this period of time all the tourism zones of Corbett are open for visitors and one can visit the entire national park area. The park is kept closed as the monsoon season approaches.
Jim corbett national park distance from Delhi
By Road: 280 Km from Delhi. Jim Corbett is well connected via road from Delhi, Nainital, Dehradun, Lucknow and Ranikhet.
By Air: The nearest domestic airport is Pantnagar. It is approx 50kms from the Jim Corbett National Park. The International Airport (New Delhi) is only 295kms far from the Corbett National Park.
By Train: Ramnagar railway station is the nearest railway station which is 12 Km from Jim Corbett National Park. Ramnagar is well connected via trail from Delhi. Ranikhet Express runs every day from Delhi to Ramnagar.
In which state Jim corbett national park
This oldest national park is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand in north part of India. It was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park to protect the endangered Bengal tiger and it was named after Jim Corbett who played a key role in its establishment.
Jim corbett night safari
The Night Safari is the most preferred and thrilling adventure in Corbett national park. It is the best way to come closer to Nature and experience wildlife from close.
The Night Safari helps you trace your purpose of visit to Corbett for tiger and other animals without disturbing the wildlife.
Night Safari is also the quickest way to cover the maximum part of forests in stipulated time. When you opt for a Night Safari you get a well trained local driver and nature and wildlife expert who take you most intricate places and help you track animals.
Night Safari is riding through an open Gypsy amidst the roar of the tiger and spectacular wildlife. The open Gypsy for Night Safari seats 6 members.
Places to visit in and around Jim corbett
Jim Corbet National park is very famous and well visited destination for tourist in Uttarakhand. It is known as popular destination where people come to visit and enjoy adventure activities. Such famous places are as follows:
Dhikala Tourism Zone
Dhikala is the largest zone of Corbett National Park and it has various comfortable forest lodges that allow the tourists to enjoy their stay amid the wilderness of Corbett. hikala forest lodge is the sole place in Indian National Park that permits night stay in the lap of nature. Hard core wild life recommends a very interesting place to find accommodation in. It offers outstanding view of the valley, with the Kanda.
Garjiya Devi Temple is a noted Devi temple located in the Garjiya village near Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, and the temple is actually a huge rock that is placed amidst river Kosi, which has been named as Garjia Devi after the deity. Devotees reach temple after climbing
Corbett Water Fall
Corbett Falls is a popular attraction within the Jim Corbett National Park. Appearing almost suddenly in the wild, it is a small yet stunning view of water falling from over 60 feet with the lush green forest in the backdrop. The area in the periphery of the fall is flat, making it an ideal place to camp overnight, fish or indulge in some bird watching. It is a best picnic spot for groups visiting Corbett National Park. Tourist can enjoy swimming and can refresh all the senses of the body.
Bijrani Tourism Zone
Bijrani is one of the highest wildlife populated Tiger Reserve Area of Corbett National Park. The entry point of this zone is Amdanda Gate near Ramnagar. Travelers may have highest possibility of tiger spotting during Bijrani Jeep Safari. Healthy population of wildlife
Safaris in National park
Jeep Safari: Corbett Tiger Reserve offers the visitor a memorable experience to view Wildlife safari activity in Jeep, Corbett National park divided in six famous zones where safari is explore most
Elephant Safari: Elephant Safari in National park is filled with so many ranges of wild life species. The “tiger tour” is the star attraction of Corbett and the best way to enjoy the sightseeing of this majestic animal is on the back of the elephant.
Tiger Safari zones in Corbett
There are six Zones were safaris takes place and explore the wild life activities were tourist, must visit and enjoy between wild lives, Guests can book Jeep safari in advance for Morning and full day, afternoon jeep safari permits will be issued directly to the guests.
Bijrani Safari Zone: Bijrani Zone is very popular tourist's hub because of its abundant natural beauty and open grasslands. The entry gate of the zone is located at only 01 Km from Ramnagar city.
Jhirna Safari Zone: Jhirna is another important tourist zone in the Jim Corbett National park that is open for tourist round the year. Jhirna Gate is located at 16 km from Ramnagar city.
Dhela Safari Zone: Dhela is a new eco tourism zone in Corbett National Park included in tiger reserve zone in November 2014. This is the only area in the reserve's buffer zone open to tourists in CTR. The zone is retaining the attention of large number of tourist because of its wealthy flora and fauna, open throughout the year, located at an approximate distance of 13 Km from Ramnagar City.
Dhikala Zone: Being the largest and most varied zone in Corbett, Dhikala is famous for its abundant natural beauty as well as offering the best sight for exotic fauna. The entry gate is 18 km away from Ramnagar city. Night stay inside the Dhikala Tourism Zone is highly recommended for the hard core wildlife enthusiasts.
Durga Devi Zone: Located on the north-eastern boundary of the Jim Corbett National Park, Durga Devi zone is the heaven on planet earth for those who are fond of bird watching. Entry gate is located at an approximate distance of 36 km from Ramnagar city.
Tiger Safari tour in Corbett National Park
Wildlife, Jeep and elephant Safaris are the ideal way of exploring the Indian land. In fact, jungle safari tours have added excitement and fun to the journey. Tiger safari is based on the National parks. In corbett national park there are most of the bengal tiger are found for reserve. Jim Corbett National Park endorses Jeep Safari, Horse Safari, Bird Safari, Elephant Safari, Fishing safari and the Nature walk.
You can explore the richness of flora and fauna with the Safari that unfolds the beauty of the Jim Corbett Park in India. The Jim Corbett National Park Several species of deer, sloth bear, wild boar, fresh water dolphin, leopard, the marsh mugger and gharial crocodiles, over 450 species of birds and the elusive, nocturnal Royal Bengal tiger. you can find them at the verdant Jim Corbett National Park.