Binsar Eco Camp, Binsar

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3 Reviews | 755 Readers

The staff is very helpful and courteous

5.5/7
Posted 23 May, 2014

The stay at Binsar Eco camp was a very homely experience. The location of the property is good allowing excellent views of the mountains. A short walk up takes you to the scenic view of the Himalayan ranges. The property is very basic which makes it more homely. Rooms are neat and clean. The staff is very helpful and courteous. Ravi Mehra who runs the property is a very good host and company for treks and bird watching. Food was very good with homemade taste. Overall it was a very quiet and relaxing time that my husband and me had at Binsar Eco Camp. Good choice for a short sweet holiday.

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Durgapur
4 Reviews | 982 Readers

Good mountain view from the room, well maintained

6.4/7
Posted 31 Oct, 2014

Location of the hotel was very good. Staff behaviour was very nice and very polite. This hotel was conveniently located. It is very far from the bus stand. Room was very good and it was neat, clean, spacious and well maintained. There was Mountain View from the room. Housekeeping service was also very good. The appearance of the hotel like interior and exterior was very good. There was no delay during check-in and check-out. A service provided by the hotel was very good. Food was very good in terms of quality and test and they provide only veg food. Swimming pool was not there, but other activities were conducted by the hotel for kids. It was value for money hotel and I would like to recommend this hotel to other travellers. It was a relaxing trip .

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1 Review | 443 Readers

A blissful experience one can't miss

6.5/7
Posted 22 Nov, 2013

I don't know what heaven looks like; Binsar comes to my mind every time I think of it !. If you want to unwind yourself, relax, sooth your senses, be in the midst of nature- then Binsar is the place to be. Binsar is a wildlife/Bird sanctuary located at a distance of approximately 126 km from Kathgodam, Uttarakhand (the closest railway station to the place). For those who are familiar to Kumaon, its 33 km from Almora. It takes around 45 minutes to reach there from the main town, Almora . . With Pine at lower end, oak and rhododendron at higher altitude, you will find hanging mosses and colourful flowers adorning the slopes. Panoramic view of the Kumaon Himalayas, a stretch of almost 300 km, is simply mesmerizing. Read on: open the windows of your imagination! You can hear the birds chirping. Its quiet, its green and with every deep breath you take-the clear air begins to sooth your senses !. Rising above the clouds! Your wish to ever stay in a place like this is made true by the Binsar Eco Camp ( make sure its not binsar Eco Resort, there are many with this name but the best is Binsar Eco Camp near Daulchina). A Wooden Cottage style camp with beautiful hills and trees around, it will feel as if you are just in the lap of hills, Ravi the Owner of this camp will take best care of you, all the food cooked there is organic home grown, just take a little trek along the camp and you can see the clear Himalayan ranges, the tranquility, beauty and quietness will make you fall in love with this place and of course the warm hospitality of the Owner and his knowledge about the place, food and everything is impeccable. What all can you do here? Well, in the intervening you can trek, meditate, yoga and see the sunrise from behind the Kumaon hills, enjoy the cold night in open with some born fire, music/guitar singing wine and good food There are places to visit around Binsar like temples and all but I suggest staying in the camp and enjoying the mother nature, if you love adventures there is no better place do to rock climbing, river crossing and if you want to be more adventurous you can do camping in the dense forests (beware of wild animals though). During the day you can also just laze around and relax, or spend time admiring the natural beauty around. In the afternoon, you can go for a walk around the resort in the forest or read a book and go bird watching and capture pictures of beautiful birds that we would never ever see in the cities The photographers would love this place and there is so much to capture. It is also a perfect place for people who love to write, paint or meditate and excellent for trekkers and those who like exploring. The place offers you so much that you won't even realize when the day has ended. A blissful experience you can't miss!

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Kolkata
4 Reviews | 17368 Readers

Serene Eco Camp Binsar

5.8/7
Posted 5 Feb, 2016

Last December (2015) I visited Eco Camp at Binsar, the serene hill station of Uttarakhand. Stayed at hotel Anandamoyee. Accommodation was good. They provided excellent service. Food was simply close to my mind. The nearby places were covered with deep pine forest. One can walk through the silent hill roads in the evening and have an overwhelming sunset at the mountain top. If you love the calmness of the Nature and longing for serenity of the Himalayas, I suggest you to spent a couple of days here in Anandamoyee Hotel at Eco Binsar. It is on your way to Almora from Kausani and comfortably motor-able.

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Delhi
11 Reviews | 2190 Readers

Binsar Eco Camp - a window to paradise !!

6.9/7
Posted 2 Nov, 2017

Binsar was probably the best offbeat Hillscape trip that I had in the last few years !! And Binsar Eco-Camp at Dhaulachina is possibly the icing on the cake. Location is superb, rooms are awesome and service is terrific. The cook Ramesh has some awesome hilly dishes up his sleeve, the travel guide Nandan is an amazing companion full of humour and energy and the owners Mr. Mehra are champions of Hospitality and care. Besides taking great pride in showing you around, they are great botanists themselves and will take time explaining the herbs and the wildlife there. They even organize Safari, and should you be lucky, you may spot a leopard !!. We had an amazing fortune when the clouds parted after the rains had stunning views of the panoramic Himalayas up in the north-west Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, pancha-chuli, Nanda khot !! Snow capped and stunning in mightiness !!. Also make a point to visit the Jageshwar group of temples- the splendid ride is just beyond description !!

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3 Reviews | 551 Readers

An experience unlikely to be revisited

2.9/7
Posted 5 Aug, 2014

Anticipating a great family holiday" experience and to get a much needed relief from the maddening heat in Delhi, we went to Binsar Eco Camp on 25th June 2014. The drive till Dhaulchhina was excellent with good quality roads and great surrounding views. We reached Dhaulchhina quite easily, thanks to the regular route guidance provided by the contact person at Binsar Eco Camp. It was raining and the overall atmosphere was clean and pleasant. The heart break started the moment we took the turn towards Binsar Eco Camp from dhaulchhina. The incline was steep road was broken (at most places non-existant) causing our car to slip and slide, any ways we managed to reach the property. There was no reception area/ no guest receiving area and when asked we were informed that since it's an Eco camp, no such things exist in the philosophy. The list grew further with the same philosophy - no room service, no running hot water, no television, poor lighting in the rooms, below-average rooms, washrooms. The entire place was an insect hub with insects of all sizes and shapes, needless to mention spiders which were every where in the room and outside. The restaurant was located on one side of the property and due to no room service, the guests had to go there for food. The dinner was served at 9 pm and food served was in sync with the Eco theme, (which was pure veg) including green salad, one dry vegetable, one gravy vegetable, dal, chapatis, rice. The restaurant area was also full of insects and we also saw few scorpions roaming around. The entire place was so scary that kids had to skip the dinner and slept empty stomach. We waited for the night to pass bye and left the place the very next morning. The people managing the show were told about the problem and were asked to give a rebate but they charged us full amount and were indifferent in their attitude.

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Delhi
11 Reviews | 32067 Readers

Excellent property with superb natural view

4.7/7
Posted 5 Jul, 2015

The property, Binsar Eco Camp is good. Excellent view, superb location, give you a terrific early morning wake up" view when you get up in the morning and get out of your room The Mehra's are an extremely warm family and Sandy the dog is the main attraction. If you love dogs you might end up staying a day extra only for him. If you like dogs, you might end up loving them! He is a 2 yr old cross of a Great Dane and a German Shepard. Extremely children friendly and good jungle guide. He was with us in all our treks. In fact, I think, he will love you more if he finds that you like to go up in the jungle because then it gives him an opportunity to accompany you The property and the surrounding area of the forest gives you a superb view. It has a climb to the top which is from the property area and you can climb up and spend a great time sinking in with the nature and the calmness up there is so infectious that you might be found most of the time up in the hills - safe climb, from within the property vicinity and makes you hungry Talking about hunger, the food wasn't good at all. The only food to look forward was the breakfast. We were told that the main cook was admitted in Nainital for some operation so I will give them the benefit of doubt on this account The rooms are big, made of logs and spacious but the Mehra's can do something about the moths and bugs and large sized spiders and other insects that you would find in a house made of wood. I understand about being Eco friendly but any one of those bugs, if they end up biting a small kid or even an adult, it can royally spoil your vacation We were in the resort / camp for 3 days and unfortunately, around that time, there was a group of Delhi-ites. They were about 6-7 couples with and without kids. These people brought Delhi with them to Binsar - they would start drinking from 7 pm onwards and play super loud music in the open lawn as in the picture (music system provided by the property). For 2 nights, their party went on till 3 am which wasn't taken very nicely with most of the travellers who have gone to unwind. They literally hijacked the property from 6 pm onwards. The service and food staff from the kitchen were busy only cooking for them, serving them snacks, getting more wood for their bonfire and so forth. This also delayed the overall cooking for other guests and we could never get dinner before 10 pm. I guess the niceties shown by the Mehra's was misused big time. There was also an issue of guest using the kitchen for cooking food as per their desire. There was an instance when I found that one of the guest was cooking chicken and the kitchen staff was waiting for them to clear before they could cook for the general guest I have shared this candid feedback with the Mehra's as well and I hope they would realize that the old proverb of "too many cooks spoil the kitchen" is a real one !!

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2 Reviews | 55 Readers

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Average rating

Destination
6.0 / 7
Location
6.1 / 7
Appearance
5.8 / 7
Front Office
5.8 / 7
Service
5.9 / 7
Room
5.4 / 7
Food & Drink
5.7 / 7
Activities
5.4 / 7

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1 Review | 443 Readers

A blissful experience one can't miss

6.5/7
Posted 26 Nov, 2013

I don't know what heaven looks like; Binsar comes to my mind every time I think of it !. If you want to unwind yourself, relax, sooth your senses, be in the midst of nature- then Binsar is the place to be. Binsar is a wildlife/Bird sanctuary located at a distance of approximately 126 km from Kathgodam, Uttarakhand (the closest railway station to the place). For those who are familiar to Kumaon, its 33 km from Almora. It takes around 45 minutes to reach there from the main town, Almora . . With Pine at lower end, oak and rhododendron at higher altitude, you will find hanging mosses and colourful flowers adorning the slopes. Panoramic view of the Kumaon Himalayas, a stretch of almost 300 km, is simply mesmerizing. Read on: open the windows of your imagination! You can hear the birds chirping. Its quiet, its green and with every deep breath you take-the clear air begins to sooth your senses !. Rising above the clouds! Your wish to ever stay in a place like this is made true by the Binsar Eco Camp ( make sure its not binsar Eco Resort, there are many with this name but the best is Binsar Eco Camp near Daulchina). A Wooden Cottage style camp with beautiful hills and trees around, it will feel as if you are just in the lap of hills, Ravi the Owner of this camp will take best care of you, all the food cooked there is organic home grown, just take a little trek along the camp and you can see the clear Himalayan ranges, the tranquility, beauty and quietness will make you fall in love with this place and of course the warm hospitality of the Owner and his knowledge about the place, food and everything is impeccable. What all can you do here? Well, in the intervening you can trek, meditate, yoga and see the sunrise from behind the Kumaon hills, enjoy the cold night in open with some born fire, music/guitar singing wine and good food There are places to visit around Binsar like temples and all but I suggest staying in the camp and enjoying the mother nature, if you love adventures there is no better place do to rock climbing, river crossing and if you want to be more adventurous you can do camping in the dense forests (beware of wild animals though). During the day you can also just laze around and relax, or spend time admiring the natural beauty around. In the afternoon, you can go for a walk around the resort in the forest or read a book and go bird watching and capture pictures of beautiful birds that we would never ever see in the cities The photographers would love this place and there is so much to capture. It is also a perfect place for people who love to write, paint or meditate and excellent for trekkers and those who like exploring. The place offers you so much that you won't even realize when the day has ended. A blissful experience you can't miss!

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Delhi
3 Reviews | 7402 Readers

The hotel is in the heart of Bird Sanctuary. Nothing more to say!!

6.4/7
Posted 14 Jan, 2015

The owner there did quite a magnificent work in creating a paradise there from just a barren land. Yes he spent all his life there planting plants and flowers and what he got was a beautiful bird sanctuary The main purpose of visit was a relaxing trip but it grew into a adventure and wildlife rip for us, and left us hungry for more interaction with nature The Bird Sanctuary (in the heart of which the hotel's located) in Binsar is the destination to visit any time of the year. With the over "400" (known) variety of birds and many plants & flowers, its like nature lovers paradise. Just grab your and go trekking (the owner will guide you) and take a deep dive into the beauty of undisturbed mother nature (lovely, especially when you are coming from a city like Delhi) Besides, they have arranged for adventure sports like rock climbing, etc (they told me so) or just have fun with snow in winters (I went there in June). The weather was cold, with days blessed with good amount of sunshine and nights quite chilly (in the month of June). The service was absolutely satisfying (you wouldn't mind little shortcomings in a place like that, would you? One advice to travellers: Be prepared for heavy rains if going during monsoon. The roads and the mountains might not be quite welcoming, but once you reach there everything will be fine. (Our experience) On the way to Binsar, we experienced a lot of rain and blocked roads (month of June). So we spent a night at a hotel on the way (as everyone, especially my cousin sister was afraid of going ahead and it was getting dark). But we told the Binsar Eco Camp owner that we would move ahead if weather gets clear by the morning and the roads are intact. To our surprise, they came to pick us up from that hotel in the morning and convinced us that the way is clear to go. Now, that was courteous and gave us immence faith in them If I were to go again there, I would just go bird watching the whole day, learning every single piece of info about them.

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Ranchi
1 Review | 202 Readers

Family Trip to Binsar

6.1/7
Posted 12 Nov, 2015

Recently we visited Binsar and stayed at this Hotel- Binsar Eco camp. My decision was influenced by the reviews that I had seen on Holiday Iq and it was completely in sync with what was mentioned of the hotel. Its situated in the lap of nature with a terrific view of the valley. Though this property is located in DhaulChina and not in Binsar which is approx 25 kms from Binsar. We were 5 couples and had stayed for 2 Nights and 3 days. Through out the tenure of our stay, we never felt that we are at an unknown place. The owner- Mr. Ravi made sure that we feel like home and especially the food served were something that we never had. That pahari chicken, herb drinks, local pakoras etc made our trip. All the staff were very courteous and were present at a call. I was thoroughly guided on my entire way by the owner so that I reach the hotel conveniently. The entire journey from Delhi is approx 400 Kms and we went via Nainital bye pass. The journey is entirely smooth except of a small patch of 50-60 kms from Rampur to Rudrapur. The best part of the hotel is that you were completely taken out of the hectic day life of Delhi and can be on your own at this place. That gives a complete mental satisfaction as well as relaxation. I would say its a must visit place and if you have planned to visit, at least visit the property at once and then decide

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Delhi
11 Reviews | 32067 Readers

Excellent property with superb natural view

4.7/7
Posted 6 Jul, 2015

The property, Binsar Eco Camp is good. Excellent view, superb location, give you a terrific early morning wake up" view when you get up in the morning and get out of your room The Mehra's are an extremely warm family and Sandy the dog is the main attraction. If you love dogs you might end up staying a day extra only for him. If you like dogs, you might end up loving them! He is a 2 yr old cross of a Great Dane and a German Shepard. Extremely children friendly and good jungle guide. He was with us in all our treks. In fact, I think, he will love you more if he finds that you like to go up in the jungle because then it gives him an opportunity to accompany you The property and the surrounding area of the forest gives you a superb view. It has a climb to the top which is from the property area and you can climb up and spend a great time sinking in with the nature and the calmness up there is so infectious that you might be found most of the time up in the hills - safe climb, from within the property vicinity and makes you hungry Talking about hunger, the food wasn't good at all. The only food to look forward was the breakfast. We were told that the main cook was admitted in Nainital for some operation so I will give them the benefit of doubt on this account The rooms are big, made of logs and spacious but the Mehra's can do something about the moths and bugs and large sized spiders and other insects that you would find in a house made of wood. I understand about being Eco friendly but any one of those bugs, if they end up biting a small kid or even an adult, it can royally spoil your vacation We were in the resort / camp for 3 days and unfortunately, around that time, there was a group of Delhi-ites. They were about 6-7 couples with and without kids. These people brought Delhi with them to Binsar - they would start drinking from 7 pm onwards and play super loud music in the open lawn as in the picture (music system provided by the property). For 2 nights, their party went on till 3 am which wasn't taken very nicely with most of the travellers who have gone to unwind. They literally hijacked the property from 6 pm onwards. The service and food staff from the kitchen were busy only cooking for them, serving them snacks, getting more wood for their bonfire and so forth. This also delayed the overall cooking for other guests and we could never get dinner before 10 pm. I guess the niceties shown by the Mehra's was misused big time. There was also an issue of guest using the kitchen for cooking food as per their desire. There was an instance when I found that one of the guest was cooking chicken and the kitchen staff was waiting for them to clear before they could cook for the general guest I have shared this candid feedback with the Mehra's as well and I hope they would realize that the old proverb of "too many cooks spoil the kitchen" is a real one !!

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1 Review | 919 Readers

Economical camp with attractive appearance

6.6/7
Posted 7 Nov, 2014

I booked my room there through a travel agent and my stay was peaceful in this camp and I did not face any problem there. Staff service was good in behaviour. The room was neat, clean and equipped with AC, TV, geyser, bed, etc. Natural scenery was visible from my room. Outside and inside look was furnished. I took food inside the camp and it was fine. I travelled to Binsar by my personal car then I did not avail any sightseeing facility provided by the hotel. Check-in and check-out procedure was on time. Garden and hammock was available in the camp for entertainment. Compared to facilities of the camp cost was acceptable; therefore, I can recommend this property for other tourist. Location wise it was convenient and appearance was also attractive.

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Binsar Eco Camp is ranked #4 among the 17 hotels in Binsar with an average rating of 5.8 out of 7. It is one of the 4, 1-star Nature Camps in Binsar. On HolidayIQ, it has a total of 44 photos and 72 text reviews and is rated top for its Location, Destination and Service.

The online booking price of the hotel ranges between Rs 5,500 to Rs 8,800 per night. The hotel offer 14 rooms to check availability or to avail complimentary breakfast, we recommend contacting the hotel to check if the final tariff includes it.

The ambience and the location of the hotel makes it a suitable option for variety of travellers. Family (56%) and Couple (23%) are the most common type of travellers that like to stay here. 53% of guests enjoy the hotel's relaxed environment, whereas 19% have rated the ambience as relaxing.

Although the hotel is a suitable stay option throughout the year for travellers, book your accommodation in the months of Apr, May and June for the best experience.

Binsar Eco Camp is located at Kanchula .

The hotel ensures you are well taken care of during your stay.

Other amenities include Travel Assistance. For checkin and checkout time, we suggest contacting the hotel.

If you are in need for airport transfers or require a car for sightseeing around the city or you have to do an early check-in, then we recommend contacting the hotel directly and requesting for these additional services. All of the available amenities ensure your stay is enjoyable and free from any hassles.

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