Bhimashankar Temple accommodation

Bhimashankar Temple Accommodation

Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga Temple is an ancient Shrine which is in the lap of the Sahyadari Hills( 125 km away from Pune) in the state of Maharashtra. It is one of the well known Jyotirlinga, among the 12 Jyotirlingas dedicated to Lord Shiva all over the country. It is located in the village of Bhorgiri which is 50 km north west of Khed, near Pune.

Bhimashankar Temple has gained significant attraction as it is also declared as a Wildlife Century. So if you are fond of Trekking, then you would be happy there. You can go to Trek through Temple to a place known as Gupta Bhimashankar.

So if you are planning to visit Bhimashankar Temple , whether for Darshan or for Trekking purpose also, then you should have some knowledge about accommodation. Here Temple Cottages are not available. There is only facility for private accommodation for stay. A variety of rooms are available near the Temple. Devotees can find Rooms even at Bus Station or Railway Station as well. Devotees used to halt at places like Godegaon, which is 45 Km away from Temple and also Manchar which has distance of 65 Km from Temple.

Try to visit here in Winter, so that you can admire its beauty. The crowd would be very high during Weekends and on Special Days. So it is better to do Advance Booking when planning to visit on theses days.

How to Reach the Bhimashankar Temple

You can reach Bhimashankar trough many mediums like

1. By Air

Nearest Airport to it  is Pune which 125 km away from it.

2. By Train

Nearest Railway Stration is at  Bhimashankar. Trains are available for Bhimashankar from cities like Pune, Nasik, and Mumbai.

3. By Road

Direct buses are available from Pune at different timings.

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