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Binsar Eco Camp
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Reviewed 7 March 2018

Owner and staff are too good...
Food here is very good...view and rooms are great...
Its Peaceful....would like to come again...
The pine trees there make a wavy sound....when wind blows...
Its so relaxing....leapords can also be seen if lucky...

Room Tip: Right side rooms in top
  • Stayed: March 2018, travelled solo
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1  Thank raman s
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Reviewed 6 March 2018 via mobile

If one need quite place to chill around and if you are a nature lover then this place is fit to visit.
Father and two sons takes care of the guests and personalised care.

Great ambience, good service , rooms are nice with few shortcomings but camouflaged with overall hospitality.

I enjoyed the short trek to a temple and to Anandmayi Ashram.

Great place for birders.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled with friends
Thank nalinkpande
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Reviewed 6 February 2018

My wife and I visited Binsar Eco Camp during second week of November2017. This was my second visit, first time I had gone during 2014 along with some of my friends. Owners of the place Mr. Kesar Singh and his sons Ravi, and Gaurav make consistent effort to improve the facility while taking care of the environmental protection. The family is a real example of how gainful employment can be generated even in remote terrain without causing harm to the nature. Visiting the place for rejuvenation of mind and body is an under-statement; the place has lot more to offer. Long walks, enthralling view of the Himalayas and affectionate company of Sandy and Pepsi, the two canines, are only in addition to clean & fresh air, beautiful flowers and unspoiled topography.

Rooms are well furnished with natural view and rustic warmth. Owners are more than happy to look after you and provide for your requirements. The Chef Mr. Ramesh can come up with any dish as desired by the guests, however, it is best to leave the choice to him. Local dishes like pahari namak, beans, lentils and kheer prepared in their kitchen leave a lasting taste. Over-eating of the delicious food is taken care of by the soothing herbal tea served by them.

The place is good for visiting for a short duration to long stay of months together. Excellent Resort to stabilize mind, invigorate the body, unite with nature and understand the interconnection of sentient beings with each other and with the earthy elements.

I have to end my review for limitation of number of words allowed otherwise the beauty of the resort, food, hospitality and the place deserves a much longer description.

Rajeev Vijayvergiya, Bhiwadi, Rajasthan, India

  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled with family
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4  Thank RAJEEVVIJAYVERGIYA
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Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile

Very pretty fantastic place....
Awesome food.
Sandy was amazing.
Not to miss... The sunrise.

The owners are fantabulous.

They adjust to every reqmt however....refuse to prepare momos on demand.


The ambiance is quintiessential a hill resort with an amazing view point.

Spent an exhilarating new year.

Stayed: January 2018, travelled with friends
1  Thank vegfoodmakesmedizzy
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Reviewed 8 January 2018 via mobile

Only one word describe this place that is Beautiful. This eco camp is situated in small city called Almora. I went there with my husband and my friends to celebrate New Year and stayed there for 4 days. This eco camp is hosted by two brothers Ravi and Gaurav and they are so humble and caring. Literally they gave us so warm gesture while staying there and served us with good services.
Rooms are very spacious and food is super good. If you are non- vegetarian you must eat pepper chicken and mutton curry. I am telling you its Amazing and feels like you eating food at your home. I used to order masala french fries and it was also good in taste. Staff is very coperative.

There is a hill top view which you should not miss to see.You can go at the top of the hills and take a view of sunset and sunrise. I use to spend hours sitting and looking at the himalayas and never get bored.

Looking forward to visit there again :)

Stayed: January 2018, travelled with friends
3  Thank Surbhi S
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