Best Time To Visit

February To April
August – November


Summer: Max 30°C to Min 8 °C
Winter: Max 10°C to Min -2 °C

Best Places To Visit

Bhimtal Lake, Pannatal Lake, The Satvik Resort

About Bhimtal

Situated in the Indian state Bhimtal is a well-known tourist destination is named following the 2nd eldest Pandava Bhima and perched at elevation. The area is especially well-known for the huge Bhimtal Lake present here. In the Bhimtal Lake, among the most popular tourist attractions, you can enjoy boating throughout a visit to Bhimtal.

That is an isle at the center of the lake, which could simply be reached through boats. There exists a temple complex, situated in Bhimtal’s town, which brings pilgrims from in and around this area. Also called Bhimeshwar, the temple complex known for the exquisite structure and was constructed in the 17th century.

Legend says that Sati, Shiva’s consort consigned herself to the sacrificial fire when her father Daksha slighted her lord. In grief, Shiva danced the tandava using Sati’s dead body, until Vishnu cut it into bits scattering it throughout the land. It’s believed that Sati’s eyes, or naina landed at Nainital hence giving its name to the place.

According to historical records, Nainital was detected by a British sugar merchant named P. Barron. The merchant was enthralled by the lake settlement and its own forested surrounding that he came back having a sailing boat and built a house named Pilgrim’s Cottage. Hence started the process of settling this once secluded mountain resort, with colonial villas and promenades coming up quite rapidly. Shortly, it became an important administrative town as well, together with the summer capital of the United Provinces. In a disastrous landslide that destroyed several buildings such as the Victoria Hotel in the north end of the lake, torrential rains resulted in 1880. 150 individuals were trapped underneath the debris and expired. The area was later levelled out and became a favorite assembly ground and sports arena. Known as The Flats it’s now also used for parking vehicles in the peak tourist season.

By Train

There is no direct rail connectivity between Delhi and Bhimtal. Train service is available between Delhi to Kathgodam. From here onwards, you’ll have to take a bus between Kathgodam to Bhimtal.

By Air

The airport located in the town of Patnanagar is the closest airport. The airport in Patnanagar is well-connected to Delhi airport.

By Road

Bhimtal is well-connected to Nainital, Dehradun, Haridwar and even Rishikesh. If you are travelling from New Delhi, take a bus to Nainital and get down there. From there onwards, buses to Bhimtal are easily available.

Bhimeshwar Mahadev Temple: Located at a distance of 7 kilometers Bhimeshwar Mahadev Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is said to have been built by Bhima during his exile period.

Naukuchia Tal: Found 5 kilometers away from Bhimtal, Naukuchia Tal, a’ Lake’, is a well-known lake for yachting rowing and paddling. This lake is fed by way of a spring that was recurrent. Naukuchiatal is, in addition, well-known for the ‘Escape Festival’, which happens once in every year (in the month of May).

Sat Tal : Located at a distance of 14 kilometers from Bhimtal, Sat Tal is an interspersed group of 7 freshwater lakes situated in the Lower Himalayan Range near Bhimtal. It is one of the few unspoiled and unpolluted freshwater biomes in India.

Nal Damayanti Tal : Located 2 kilometer away from Bhimtal, Nal Damayanti Tal is a small natural lake, where the palace of great mythological king ‘Nala’ drowned. It is a very revered place for the inhabitants of the region.

Hidimba Parvat: Located 5 kilometers away from Bhimtal, Hidimba Parvat derives its name in the demon Hidimba of Mahabharata. Ecologist, a famous monk and Vankhandi Maharaj lives here, and has created a sanctuary for the wild creatures around the hill. The area is known as Vankhandi Ashram.

Karkotaka’s hill is designed to be named after Karkotaka, a fabulous cobra. The hill is well-known for its Nag temple worship the Nag Karkotaka Maharaj and in the region and on every Rishi Panchami thousands of people go to the temple. This is one of many famous nag temples situated in Uttarakhand area.


  • Hotel accommodation for two nights.
  • car sight seeing according the tour plan as mentioned in itinerary.
  • Fuel, parking, toll taxes etc.
  • Welcome Drink on arrival at hotel
  • Morning tea Breakfast and Dinner

Package details

Duration : 02 Nights & 03 days

Day 01 :- Delhi - Bhimtal

Driver to Bhimtal from Delhi dinner and over night at hotel at Bhimtal

Day 02 :- Lake Tour

After breakfast ready for Lake Tour (Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, Sattal, Nainital, Eagle Lake) back to Bhimtal dinner and over night at hotel.

Day 03 :- Bhimtal - Delhi

After breakfast drive back to Delhi.

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