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Bhimtal is a small town located in the beautiful district of Nainital in Uttarakhand state. The name of the city is a derivation of "Bhim" one of the five Pandavas as it is depicted in Mahabharata. The uniqueness and historical links makes the town worth exploring for tourist as well as pilgrims coming to the state. This small town is nestled at an altitude of 1370 meters above the level of the sea. The city is famously known among the tourists for its wonderful Bhimeshwar Temple devoted to Lord Shiva and situated on the bank of Bhimtal Lake.
It is believed by the people of Bhimtal that the Bhimtal Temple is constructed by Bhim during the ancient time. After that the temple was concreted again by the king of Chand Dynast King Baz Bahadur. Bhimtal is one of the biggest lakes in Nainital district, spared over an area of 1701 meter and elevated at a height of 1371.6 meters above the sea level. Travelers can also experience the beautiful region of Bhimtal on foot. In the center of the lake there is a small island where restaurant facility is also available.
The weather in Bhimtal town are pleasant round the year. You can enjoy both Summer as well as the Winter in your trip to Bhimtal, because tourists can afford the temperature and can visit the nearby places. In winters it brings chilly weather, you can freely visit here, the only care to be taken is to carry sufficient quantity of heavy woolen blankets and cloth. In summers temperature remains between 11 and 27 degree centigrade, while winters are between 2 and 16 degree Celsius.
During your visit to Bhimtal, you can also enjoy a range of adventure activities or sports. Some of the most popular sports include paragliding, trekking, rappelling and rock climbing among others. If you are planning a tour to Bhimtal in Uttarakhand, don't forget to get with our travel counselors. They are eagerly waiting to create customized tour packages, keeping in mind your budget requirements, likes and dislikes.
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