If you wish to experience lake-studded beauty, you should head straight to Bhimtal. Located in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, Bhimtal is particularly famous for its beautiful lakes. Apart from soaking up the natural beauty of this region, tourists can also enjoy soft adventure sports across the lake fishing and boating. Photographers will also love to visit this place to capture some of the most wonderful images.
Reach Bhimtal By Air
You can also reach Bhimtal by flights by reaching Pantnagar in Uttarakhand. Pant Nagar is the nearest airport, 58 kilo meters away from Bhimtal. From Pant Nagar airways motors and vehicles are available to Bhimtal.
Reach Bhimtal By Rail
Bhimtal is linked with most of the known cities in Uttarakhand as well as in other parts of the country. Bhimtal is easily accessible by motorable mode of traveling. Kathkodam and Nainital are destinations where you can catch buses to reach Bhimtal other places include Dehradun, Haridwar Rishikesh, ISBT Anand Vihar etc. You can hire taxis which operate from well-known places of Kumaon region. You may be charged Rs. 30 to 50 if you take bus from Nainital to Bhimtal, from Delhi to Nainital will charge Rs. 450 in general class and Rs. 750 to 950 in air conditioned Volvo vehicles.
Reach Bhimtal By Road
Railways also make your trip more comfortable reaching Bhimtal than road ways. The closest railway station is Kathgodam lies at a distance of 30 kilometers from the Bhimtal town. Traveler can also get the train from Delhi which is at 276 kilo meters from the town of Bhimtal. Especially there are two trains which run on a regular basis fro Delhi to Kathgodam and Kathgodam to Delhi. There are several other trains available along this route, as Kathgodam is the doorway of the well known Kumaon region. From Kathgodam railway station, you can hire taxis as well as buses are also availed for the pilgrims and tourists.