Aamod at Bhimtal (Nainital), Village Nishola, Nal Damyanti Tal Road, Bhimtal, Uttarakhand, 200 miles to the east of New Delhi.

Nearest airport:

Domestic: Pantnagar Airport, 53 kilometres, Dehradun (Jolly Grant) Airport, 295 kilometres
International: Indira Gandhi (New Delhi) Airport, 300 kilometres

Hotel location:

Aamod Resort at Bhimtal is in the far northern state of Uttarakhand. The town of Bhimtal is 1,370 metres above sea level and the district has many large lakes (including Bhimtal Lake itself) and hills that are renowned for walking, trekking and bird-watching. The hill station of Nainital is close by and locations such as Almora, Pangot, Ranikhet and Mukteshwar are easily accessible when you are staying at the Aamod Resort.

Nearby attractions:

Boating and angling. Bhimtal Lake is the largest of the nine lakes in the Lake District of Kumaon.

Trekking and hiking. Trek and hike in the surrounding hills and forests.

Bird-watching. There are many migratory birds in autumn and winter.

Bhimtal. With places of religious interest and lakes, the naturally beautiful region is named after the Pandava prince from the Hindu epic Mahabharata.

Bhimtal Lake is one of the region’s most popular attractions. There is an island in the middle of the lake with an aquarium Bhimtal Island Aquarium.

The historical Bhimkeshwar temple is next to an old Victorian dam at the corner of the Bhimtal Lake. Other popular temples are Godhakhal and Karkotaka.

Hidimba Parvat. A sanctuary and hill town.

The state of Uttarakhand is known for its Hindu pilgrimage sites. It includes towns such as Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar, and Nainital, the Mussoorie Adventure Park and Lake, Camel’s Back Road, Jharipani Falls, the pilgrimage towns of Kedarnath and Badrinath and hill stations such as Ranikhet.

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Aamod Nainital,
Nal Damyanti Tal Road,
Nishola Village,

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