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The Wikipedia page on Binsar has good details.
The Wikipedia page on Binsar has good details.  
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Binsar is in Uttarakhand state of India.




Flora and fauna

Binsar is predominantly an oak and rhododendron forest, with pine trees in the lower reaches.


Get in

Kathgodam is the nearest rail head that is well connected to Delhi (overnight journey) and other major cities. The fastest, easiest albeit a bit more expensive way to go to Binsar is to take a cab from Kathgodam. Alternatively, you could take a local bus or shared cab to Almora and then hire a cab from there to take you to the wildlife sanctuary.


Get around


The Wikipedia page on Binsar has good details.


- Hire a guide to take you deep into the jungle.


- Rhododendron squash.





- The Tourist rest house run by KMVN. Rs 2400 per night for simple but quiet rooms.



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