Sundowners Campsite In The Mountains Of Binsar Forest Offers Stays At Just ₹899

by Suchismita Pal
Sundowners Campsite In The Mountains Of Binsar Forest Offers Stays At Just ₹899

The sleepy town of Binsar in Uttarakhand is known as the birdwatcher’s paradise. The pristine valley dotted with pine trees opens up to the kaleidoscopic view of the mountains cut by charming paths. The town looks like a poem and the paths seem to be woven by romance. Lush green slopes surround Binsar and the farthest peaks are smeared in snow. From catching pretty sunsets to taking a stroll through the forest, there’s a lot to experience in Binsar. The best part is, you can wallow in these pleasures by shelling out just ₹899 per night, at Binsar’s Sundowners Campsite.

Experience Bonfire Under The Starry Sky With Music And Food

Sundowners Campsite is a remote and economical retreat in the Binsar forest, far from the maddening crowd. At ₹899 per night, you can have the entire campsite to yourself. Everything around the idyllic campsite is nothing but beautiful mountains. The campsite has a lawn where you can unwind under the starry sky with some good food and light music.

You can drive up to the Binsar Zero Point to catch the captivating view of the Himalayan peaks Kedarnath, Shivling, Trisul and Nanda Devi. The Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary in proximity is home to majestic creatures like Himalayan goral, chital, musk deer, wild boar, grey langur, red fox, flying squirrel and leopard, among others.

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Binsar Used To Be The Summer Capital Of The Chand Kings

Binsar is a place of historical importance too. It used to be the erstwhile summer capital of the Chand Kings. They ruled over the Kumaon region from the 11th to 18th centuries AD. In 1988, the town was established for the conservation of broad leaf oak forests of the Central Himalayan region.  Some locals believe that Binsar was named after the 16th-century Bineshwar Mahadev temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is one of the most mesmerising regions in the Kumaon hills, standing in full glory with its stunning natural beauty.


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To book your stay at Sundowners Campsite, Binsar, click here. It is a pet-friendly property, so you can take your furry babies along.