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Binsar Sanctuary
Set deep in the foothills of the Great Indian Himalayas, Binsar is a comparatively small wildlife sanctuary, covering only an area of ~50 sq kms. A small protected area, Binsar was designated as a wildlife sanctuary in 1988, following a long local movement for its establishment. Today, Binsar supports a wide variety of flora and fauna. The chief attraction of Binsar is the majestic view of the Himalayas, a 300 km stretch of famous peaks. The forests of Himalayan Oak & Rhododendron are excellent for trekking and communing with nature.
  Name Date Cost/ Person  
  Binsar Sanctuary Open RS 14000 Book Now>>
  Day 1 : Kathgodam to Jageshwar
Pick Up from Kathgodam Railway Station. Drive to Jageshwar. Hotel Check In.
  Day 2 : Jageshwar to Dholchina
Post breakfast, trek to Dholchina (10 kms). Enroute visit Vridh Jageshwar for splendid himalayan view and an ancient temple. Check In at Binsar Camp Dholchina. Enjoy herbal tea made by Brahmi, Thyme, Tulsi. Here once can see more than 200 species of birds.
  Day 3 : Dholchina to Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary
Post breakfast, visit Anand Mai ashram. Mai observed this place when she was passing through Dholchina on way to Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. Back to Binsar camp, then trek to Binsar (2412 mtr) wildlife sanctuary. Hotel Check In.
  Day 4 : Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary to Eco Adventure Camp Near Kausani
Small trek in Binsar then after breakfast drive to eco adventure camp near Kausani. check in the camp. Evening adventure activities.
  Day 5 : Kausani to Kathgodam
After breakfast Jungle and Village walk. after lunch drive to Kathgodam.
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