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Bhimashankar Temple

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Bhimashankar, India
+91 94037 26339
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Bhimashankar - a perfect destination for the entire family and adventure in itself

We visited Bhimashankar in the 3rd weekend of June 17. The monsoon has just started its journey in... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
ranignanas
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Navi Mumbai, India
Abode of God and Nature

Bhimashankar is abot 120 km from Pune. There are a lot of commuting options, if you do not have... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Manish T
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Bhimashankar in the 3rd weekend of June 17. The monsoon has just started its journey in Mumbai. We stayed at Blue Mormon. A very decent place, clean cottages, nice food and very hospitable team. The drive on the hills was amazing. It was...More

3  Thank ranignanas
Reviewed 1 week ago

Bhimashankar is abot 120 km from Pune. There are a lot of commuting options, if you do not have your own vehicle, like taking a government bus from Shivajinagar bust stand, or hiring a taxi from any of the private operators. I went to Bhimashankar...More

2  Thank Manish T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Bhimashankar Jyotirling is an ancient shrine of Lord Shiva (total 12 Jyotirling spreded in India ), located in the village of Bhorgiri on Sahyadri hills. Super silence zone here, less crowded. Main temple situated down from hill agood good stairs available. Jyotirling sorrounded by forest...More

4  Thank dhyan400
Reviewed 1 week ago

Make sure when we reached from munchar village climb start there was in jun month very hot but when we reached after 60 km over the hill near Bhimashankar Temple we got very spacious shiv ling at the "Bhimashankar Jyotirling" we reacted Holi Mood over...More

Thank DiwakarTours
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Bhimashankar Temple is one of the 12 holy Jyotirlinga Shiva Temples of India. It is located at the western edge of the Sahyadri Hill range in Maharashtra, and is about 120 km from Pune by road. One has to travel up to Manchar on the...More

1  Thank EkMusafir
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga is 6 th out of 12 Jyotirlinga in India. It's 100 kms from Pune and you can drive to reach there in 3-3.30 hrs. The temple is about 250 steps down from road . Palika is available for elderly people . There...More

4  Thank rbs02
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

Temple very far from city but worth visiting. It is situated in a mountainous region,forest around. Climate good and chilly at night. Many religious shops and foodstalls around temple. Have to go downstairs many steps to reach mandir. Peaceful atmosphere there and very old jyotirling....More

Thank Vaidehi R
Reviewed 16 May 2017

To reach Bhimashankar use road from Manchar, road condition is good, its 15Kms more but route is faster. To stay and food, Blue Mormon is good option. Small parking space near ST stand, around 230 stairs descend to reach temple, steps are well planned and...More

2  Thank Sachin_Voyager
Reviewed 10 May 2017

Treat it as religious tour or a visit to hill stations ... works both ways. I found it very calm and charming place, you need to walk down stairs (250 or so) to visit the temple but everything is managed excellent. Don't forget to buy...More

Thank manojmka
Reviewed 5 May 2017

This is very nice place in midest of nature. One of the Jyotirlingas. People come here for tracking too. It is small temple but with strong divine vibes.

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What is the best time of day to visit this place? Should we reach there in morning or is it good to reach there around 1pm?
24 June 2017|
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Response from Manish T | Reviewed this property |
Early morning is the best time. In afternoons you might get stuck in traffic jams like we did.
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rbs02
visiting Bhimashankar in May y last week , will stay in hotel in Pune. have full day to do this activity : 1. what is the best option to go there. 2. what all places we can visit in that day or on the way 3. any precaution in summers to be taken 4. any other suggestions
14 May 2017|
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Response from SURYA K | Reviewed this property |
1. Best option to go there from Pune is Cab. it is @ 100 km distance from Pune. other option is Best buses are available frequently from Pune. 2. First plan for Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga visit. then you can visit... More
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Kmayyank
We're planning to visit the temple in May. How is the weather going to be? Both my parents are patients. Any facilities like Palki or Horses for such oldies?
26 April 2017|
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Response from SURYA K | Reviewed this property |
I have visited couple of times this place. To visit the main temple we have to walk down on steps and steps route is the only way to reach main temple after reaching to top of the mountain. As this is steps route Horses are... More
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