Bhimtal Biggest lake in Nainital


Bhimtal is a popular tourist destination and biggest lake in Nainital, located in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, India. It is known for its scenic beauty, with a serene lake surrounded by lush green forests and hills.

Legend has it that Bhima, one of the Pandava brothers from the epic Mahabharata, built the Bhimeshwar Mahadev temple during his exile, giving Bhimtal its name.

There are several picturesque picnic spots in and around Bhimtal,  including Sattal, Naukuchiatal, Bhowali, Kainchi and more where visitors can  enjoy a day out in nature.

Bhimtal is a paradise for nature photographers, with its breathtaking  landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and picturesque trails. Capture the  beauty of Bhimtal's natural surroundings and wildlife through your lens.

Bhimtal can be easily accessed by road from major cities in India like Delhi and Dehradun. The nearest railway  station is Kathgodam, which is about 22 Km away, and the  nearest airport is Pantnagar Airport, about 55 Km away.

The surrounding hills and forests of Bhimtal offer ample opportunities  for trekking and hiking, with trails leading to scenic viewpoints,  hidden waterfalls, and remote villages.