Looking For A Weekend Getaway for Summers? Visit This Town!

Bhimtal, a holy town in the state of Uttarakhand that is blessed with lavish natural beauty! The town is renowned for Bhimtal lake and sacred places which have made it a must-visit place from Nainital. Anyone who is visiting Nainital must include one day tour to Bhimtal. It is located at the height of 1370m and can be easily reached by road from Nainital. To reach Bhimtal from Nainital, one has to cover a distance of just 22 km.


Bhimtal isn’t just a perfect place for family tours, but it also makes an ideal destination for a honeymoon tour. It’s a common destination for honeymoon couples. And also it has become a holy place for its connection with Bhima. It is said that once Bhima had a visit to Lake Bhimtal and from there the town has got its name. For sure the town is famous for its holy places but it has got many places where people get to indulge in adventure and can enjoy the mesmerizing view of the Himalayan range.


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If you’re planning a visit to Bhimtal then don’t worry we have many holiday packages. From holiday packages Bhimtal to group packages for Bhimtal; we have a wide range of tour packages for Bhimtal. All the packages by us can be altered as per the travelers' needs and requirements.


Things to do and places to visit in Bhimtal


Bhimtal is a small town in the Kumaon range but has an endless ls=ist of things to do and places to visit in Bhimtal. Whether your heart desires some thrilling experience or you wish to get lost in tranquility, activities there will surely treat your desires. Boating in Bhimtal Lake, short treks in the hills of Bhimtal, rappelling, and rock climbing will give some life experiences.


There are many places to visit in Bhimtal. Also, there is n number of nearby places to visit from Bhimtal like Mukteshwar, Naukuchiatal, Nainital, Almora, Ranikhet, and more. Bhimtal has many tourist attractions like Hidimba Parvat, Nal Damyanti, Sat Tal, Karkotaka Temple, Bhimtal aquarium, Garg Parvat, Victoria Dam, and many other local and nearby places in Bhimtal can be covered in the tour.


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Where to stay in Bhimtal


Bhimtal is for sure a less-crowded place, but it has many accommodation options. Whether you want to stay in family cottages or are looking for a homestay rental, you can find out everything that to picture-perfect locations. From mid-range to luxury, hotels in Bhimtal can be found easily at affordable prices. As this town is very close to Nainital, it attracts a bundle of tourists in peak seasons like winters and the price of the hotel may go high. But don’t worry, in Bhimtal you will find the most luxurious cottages in Bhimtal and assures the safety of their guest. All the cottages are located at a striking location and the view from the room covers a Himalayan range and the lush forests. Not just cottages, if you want to stay in hotels, just tell us the requirement and the arrangements will be done accordingly.


How to reach Bhimtal


Reaching Bhimtal is convenient as it is just 22 km away from Nainital and just 21 km away from Kathgodam. So, if someone wishes to go to Bhimtal via road, they can take a state bus or cab or can drive their own car to Bhimtal. By road, Bhimtal is well-connected with the other cities of the state as well as Delhi and the nearby region.


The nearest airport is located at Pantnagar which is well-connected to Delhi. If someone wishes to come to Bhimtal by air, then they can take a flight to Delhi and then from Delhi to Pantnagar. From Pantnagar, one has to take a cab or a state road bus to reach Bhimtal.


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Best Time to Visit Bhimtal


Whether you want to visit Bhimtal in Summer or want to explore the beauty of Bhimtal in winter, it will leave you awestruck in both seasons. The best time to visit Bhimtal is between March to June during summers when the weather is a pleasant and cool breeze with the warm sun is providing your body undefined sensations and your mind a pleasure. It is advisable not to visit Bhimtal in the monsoon as the area gets slippery and a bit risky during this season.


From October to December is another time when the winter is knocking on the door. This season gives a serene pleasure of winter in Bhimtal when you can easily explore the flora and fauna of the town.

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