Pune To Bhimashankar Cab
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Bhimashankar Tour Package From Pune
Bhimashankar, located about 100 km from Pune. If you have planned a road Bhimashankar Trip From Pune, look nowhere else except at our specially designed Pune To Bhimashankar Tour Package.
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Located at a distance of 110 km from Pune, Bhimashankar is a famous place of pilgrimage visited by thousands of people during all seasons. This temple town is said to be the location of one of the twelve shrines of the Lord Shiva.
Surrounding by lush green forests and luxuriant mountains on all sides, Bhimashankar is a picturesque town with solitude looming large over it. You can explore the dense green forests by traveling in a Pune To Bhimashankar Taxi. If you love trekking or exploring nature, Bhimashankar can be an ideal choice for you as your trip to this place will be full of fun, adventure and life-enriching experience.
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Pune To Bhimashankar Tour Packages
As customer satisfaction is our motto, we have kept in mind all your needs and requirements. There is a lot to see between pune to bhimashankar by car. We have prepared attractive tour packages to give you a truly memorable outstation experience during your journey. There are three recommended routes from Pune to Bhimashankar and you can choose the one which you find the most exciting one.
One is 125 km long route that covers a number of must-see places like Rajguru Nagar, Manchar and Taleghar. The second 240 km long route takes you along Talegaon, Chakan, Manchar and Taleghar. The third fun-filled 215 km long route is through Nasik, Manchar and Taleghar.
Having chosen the route of your choice from Pune to Bhimashankar, you will be accompanied by our courteous and experienced drivers through the beautiful locations. We also give our valued customers the options for a single day, multi-day and one way Bhimashankar Tour Package From Pune.
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More than the numbers, the places to visit in Bhimashankar lean more towards the interesting side. A simple stroll around can bring you to many hiddern wonders of this quaint place. One of the most famous Bhimashankar tourist places is the Bhimashankar Shiva Temple, which stands at the origin of river Bhima.
Another must of all the places to visit in Bhimashankar is the Sahyadri Wildlife Sanctuary, a perfect place for all the lovers of nature and wild‐ life. Other than that there are many ancient temples that must be visited to enjoy a trip to Bhimashankar.
Places to visit:- Bhimashankar (Shiv Mandhir) Bhimashankar wildlife sanctury Bhimashankar Temple A gorgeous and exciting tourist destination, Bhi‐ mashankar is a small town in Pune, Maharashtra pop‐ ular for the Bhimashankar temple, nature, trekking and bird sanctuary.
Situated in the lush and lofty ghat region of Sahaydari hills, it is a serene weekend getaway from the bustling cities of Mumbai and Pune. Bhimashankar Temple A primaeval jyotirlinga shrine, it lies on the banks of the Bhima river 50 km northwest of Khed. The temple is a beautiful mélange of old and new graceful nagara style architecture skillfully built by the ancient Vishwakarma sculptors in the 13th century.
The sabha mandap and the main shikhara of the temple were built in the 18th century by Nana Phadnavis and the unique huge Roman-style bell engraved with a cross in front of the temple was presented by Chimaji Appa as an award of his victory in the war against the Portuguese. Legend has it that an evil, Bhima was creating havoc in the Trilok – hell, heaven and netherworld and all the Gods beseeched Lord Shiva to come to their rescue.
Lord Shiva appeared before him and slayed Bhima ending his tyranny and the war. After the battle, while resting in the Sahyadri hills, the sweat trickling down from his body started forming the river Bhima. Lord Shiva was requested by the sages to make this place his dwelling and hence the jyotirlinga had manifested. Owing to the presence of the sacred jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva, it is one of the most popular attractions and a pilgrimage site for Lord Shiva’s devotees.
The timings of the temple are 4:30 am to 9:30 pm. The surrounding panorama of the temple is stippled with Buddha style carvings of Amba-Ambika, Bhootling and Bhimashankar in the nearby hills of Manmaad at a height of 1034 metres.
1) Wildlife Sanctuary
3) Ganesh Ghat
4) Sidhi Ghat
1) Wildlife Sanctuary
Bhimashankar spread over a dense forest area of over 120 square kilometres, was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1984 to preserve the highly rich diverse flora and fauna found in the Sahyadri ranges. From the rare Indian giant squirrel ‘Shekaru’ to leopards, hyena, boar, jackal, langur, deer and other various species of animals, insects and reptiles are found aplenty in this luscious green beautiful hills.
To enjoy the core of the forest, you can embark on a jungle safari and traverse through the dense luxurious evergreen vegetation and get a glimpse of the wildlife alongside. The safari rides are conducted from 6 am to 6 pm.
A paradise for bird lovers, the sanctuary is a haven for exotic and endangered species of birds such as Malabar Grey Hornbill, Nilgiri Wood Pigeon, Quaker Babbler, Black Eagle, Malabar Whistling Thrush, Malabar Pied Hornbill etc.
Trekking to Bhimashankar temple and sanctuary begins from a quaint village, Khandas. There are two trekking routes.
3) Ganesh Ghat
This ghat is named after the Ganesha temple that comes on the way. Less difficult, it is an 8 kms’ and 4 hours’ downhill trek through the Paddar Killa Rock Tower and Nagphani Peak – a snake hooded shaped peak.
4) Sidhi Ghat
Sidhi Ghat is named after the three ladders that are placed along some tricky sections on this trail to Bhimashankar. A more perfidious route, this uphill trek is shorter and takes 2 hours to com‐ plete and is more suitable for experienced trekkers. It is more steep, riskier and slippery as the ladders have long vertical steps with cracks and crevices in between.
This trek covers Kondana caves – eight ancient Buddhist caves baroqued with carvings and sculptures and a majestic waterfall before merging with the Ganesh Ghat trail at the Chahacha Aamba.
The best time to visit Bhimashankar is from October to February during the winter season as the climate is pleasant and perfect for treks and exploration. During summers it gets unbearably hot and heavy rainfall is received during the monsoons making it unfavourable for trekking.
The dense, luscious rainforest, hills and waterfalls with breathtaking and awe-inspiring views and the rare and diverse species of flora, fauna and birds make Bhimashankar an excellent tourist spot for nature lovers and trekkers.