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Why travel Bhimashankar?

A pristine natural environment with hills, waterfalls and forests, a wildlife sanctuary and an ancient temple! Bhimashankar offers the ideal setting to find spirituality. Nestled in dense forests, the Shiva temple in Bhimashankar is the sixth jyotirlinga of the twelve Holy Jyotirlinga shrines found in India and one of the most popular places for the worship of Lord Shiva. The exterior walls of the present temple sanctum (garbhagriha) are adorned with scenes from the Ramayana, Krishna Leela, Shiv Leela and Dasavataras.

Bhimashankar is also famous among adventure enthusiasts. The mountain in and around Bhimashankar is popular for trekking, hiking and rock climbing. Lots of adventure enthusiasts head to the jungles especially during monsoon to have their rush of adrenaline. Monsoon is a good season to enjoy the region’s stunning natural beauty.

Apart from everything this is the place where you can find the shekru the giant flying squirrel which is also the state animal of Maharashtra.

"A Blend Of Spirituality & Nature"

A Town in Maharashtra, India

Interest Measure for Bhimashankar

Ideal time to stay:  1 - 3 days

Best Interests at Bhimashankar

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How is the weather at Bhimashankar

Topography

Height(Altitude) of Bhimashankar from sea level:  3131 feet
Latitude/Longitude:  19.0736773°N, 73.5327668°E
Ecosystem:  Hill  

Food, Culture and Language at Bhimashankar

Food Type Available:  Indian, Marathi 
Regional Language:  Marathi
Currency:  ₹ - Rupee (INR)

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3 Top Places to visit and Things to do in Bhimashankar

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Top Places to stay and Hotels in Bhimashankar

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Tourist places, attractions and all about travel and tourism at Bhimashankar

Planning to travel to Bhimashankar? Know the weather conditions and the best time to visit Bhimashankar is 
January, 
February, 
June, 
July, 
August, 
November, 
December. 
The ecosystem and topography of Bhimashankar is ideal for travel. On your visit to Bhimashankar you should ideally stay here for 1 - 3 days. Traveller who are interested in activities for 
Adventure, 
Nature. 

The most used regional language in Bhimashankar is Marathi. To take care of your travel expenses and cost, the currency you will need is Rupee(INR)

The love for food is the soul of travelling, the different food types available in Bhimashankar are 

Indian, 
Marathi 

You have every reason to travel to Bhimashankar, A pristine natural environment with hills, waterfalls and forests, a wildlife sanctuary and an ancient temple! Bhimashankar offers the ideal setting to find spirituality. Nestled in dense forests, the Shiva temple in Bhimashankar is the sixth jyotirlinga of the twelve Holy Jyotirlinga shrines found in India and one of the most popular places for the worship of Lord Shiva. The exterior walls of the present temple sanctum (garbhagriha) are adorned with scenes from the Ramayana, Krishna Leela, Shiv Leela and Dasavataras.

Bhimashankar is also famous among adventure enthusiasts. The mountain in and around Bhimashankar is popular for trekking, hiking and rock climbing. Lots of adventure enthusiasts head to the jungles especially during monsoon to have their rush of adrenaline. Monsoon is a good season to enjoy the region’s stunning natural beauty.

Apart from everything this is the place where you can find the shekru the giant flying squirrel which is also the state animal of Maharashtra.

Create you travel plan and package for Bhimashankar, pick places to visit, things to do, food to eat, places to stay whether hotel, hostels or camps, right here at your most trusted travel guide and itinerary planner for India and South East asia travel.

Content of this page was last updated at Nov 7, 2016