Patal Bhuvaneshwar is a cave situated in Uttarakhand. The place has been named in the name of the cave itself. Patal Bhuvaneshwar is also a small village-town located in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand/Uttaranchal. Visitor can go inside the cave to see some awesome naturally created structure with lime over a long period of time. The cave and the naturally things created inside are resonating some ancient meaning of India. And places around is nice as well to spend some leisure time.
How to reach:
From Delhi Bus service available to Nainital. To go by Train need to catch Delhi to Kathgodam route’s Train, this is the nearest Railway station to reach Nainital. Distance of Kathgodam to Nainital is around 24KMs, take around 1.5hr by cab. Bus service also there, but frequency need to check. Form Nainital to Kausani it takes around 4 hrs by reserved cab, 115kms approx.Form Ranikhet to Kausani it takes around 2.5 hrs by reserved cab, 59kms approx. Then Kausani to Chaukori 85 kms takes around 3 hrs. Chaukori to Patal Bhuvaneshwar 38 kms takes around 1.5 hrs. Almora to Patal Bhuvaneshwar 110 kms takes around 4 hrs.
Near by Places to Stay/Visit:
Nainital, Ranikhet, Almora, Binser, Chaukori, Munsiyari, Corbett
Things to Enjoy:
Patal Bhuvaneshwar Temple, Berinag, Patal Bhuvaneshwar Caves, Haat Kalika Temple, distant view of Trishul – Nanda Devi – Nanda Kot – Panchchuli & stretched Himalayan Range
Low altitude Trekking, Nature walking, explore the village by walking, enjoy Sunset and Sunrise
Moderate range of accommodations available.
Limited facilities available.
Food and Beverage:
Limited category of food and drink available. Mostly VEG Food.
4430 feet around.
India -> Uttarakhand/Uttaranchal -> Nainital/Almora -> Patal Bhuvaneshwar
Summer 18ºC to 46ºC, winter 4ºC to 25ºC.
Best time to go:
September end to march, October, March, May and June are pick season.