Bhimtal is a town and nagar panchayat in the Uttarakhand state of India's Nainital district. It is located about 22 kilometres from Nainital at a height of 1370 metres above sea level. The Bhimtal Lake, which features an island in the middle, is the main draw of the town.
Garg Parwat :- A spotless mountain called Garg Parvat lies close to the Hindu shrine of Bhimeshwar. This scenic environment can be found in Uttarakhand's beautiful Kumaon area. The Gargi River originates in Garg Parvat, which the locals also refer to as Gola Nadi.
Bhimeshwar Mahadev temple :-The Bhimeshwar Mahadev Temple, which is located in Bhimtal, bears the name of the mighty Mahabharata figure Bhim. The Skandpurana claims that Bheem once travelled to the Himalayas by himself.
Karkotaka temple:- Many pilgrims flock to the Karkotaka Hills, which were named after a mythical snake, to visit the Nag Temple and worship the serpent god Nag Karkotaka Maharaja on the occasion of Rishi Panchami.
Bhimtal lake- a concrete dam constructed in 1883 created the storage facility for Bhimtal Lake, which is located in the town of Bhimtal in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. It has the second-largest surface area of any lake in Uttarakhand.This is one of the most visited lake in the area.