Looking for a long break from your tough
daily schedule? Need to rejuvenate your senses, and pamper your soul?
Moksha awaits you.
Liberate yourself from the worldly
experiences and dive into ecstatic journey to a
away from Home”.
Moksha is ready to welcome you to its’ serene embrace, breath-taking
natural surroundings, calm and tranquil lush green environment, soothing
water bodies and artistic interiors. Situated in the beauty of Bhimtal,
it’s known to be a retreat for relaxation, peace and complete privacy.
As passing days offer you busy and demanding lifestyle, your longing for
tasteful art, unending creativity, nourishing nature, stirring
adventure, soothing spirituality goes wandering off? Rekindle those
desires and meet yourself at Moksha: A place for the artistic, creative
and spiritual essences. Our modern facilities are offered to provide you
with comfortable extended stay and experience of home. The rawness of
nature blends with wooden interiors and creative artworks that
compliment traditional living with class and sophistication to match
Savor the morning sip of hot tea with glimpse of mist enveloping you.
Stroll out in your sprawling private garden, meditate to the spiritual
joy, sit out and cherish the chirping of the birds and immerse into
Yogic Asana to put your self together.
Plan your day as simple or as adventurous
as it can get by watching the sunrise and sunset or trekking away to
Himalayan peaks. Travel the world of thoughts with our books specially
placed for your needs. Unwind and bring your sport out with our
badminton court or stay inside cuddled up and play indoor games. Go back
to joyful times and sing away to glory around the bonfire or dance
around the flames to keep your spirit high. With trained cooks at your
service, have your palate relish the sumptuous home cooked meals.
There is nothing pressing that you have to do while you enjoy these
moments of solace with yourself or your loved ones. Carry the experience
of wholeness and novelty back home from your
“Home away from Home”:
Extended Stay: We
are decidedly an extended stay resort and wish to facilitate you in not
just exploring the local geography but also the inner self. Come home to
an embalming experience amidst the serene Kumaon Hills at Bhimtal, a
quaint little hamlet, perched 4500 feet (1400 meters) high on the lower
Extended Pleasure: The
quietude that the resort offers, with mist married to air sets the ideal
stage for your long-awaited burst of creativity. The tranquility laden
atmosphere, over-looking a magnificent blue lake nestled among green
hills, seeps through your pores and causes a sort of purgation in you.
Rejoice the cool climes of the sub Himalayan terrain and fascinate
yourself with its never-ending treasure of surprises. Make us your
base-camp and you will take back memories that won’t fade with the years
Transport yourself to this ‘no-worry’ land and you might just wish to
settle down here for good. We take all the care in providing you a
comfortable stay. Your convenience is what matters to us.
Location: Bhimtal is just 22 km and completely
other-worldly away from Nainital which has the nearest airport. It is
best accessed by road from New Delhi which is a six hours drive covering
340km. Taxis, coaches and luxury cabs are conveniently available.
Bhimtal takes its name from the legends that have spanned the Indian
sub-continent. ‘Bhim’ refers to the
mighty hero of Mahabharata (the
greatest epic of the world) and ‘tal’
Sight-seeing & Activities: We do not quite want
to bombard you with ‘must-see’ places and ‘should-do’ activities. In
fact, we encourage you to spend your time in a way you never did before,
on earlier vacations. Bhimtal not only touches you with its calm
grandeur but also urges your deep-seated exploratory instincts. However,
just in case you wish to have an idea of the things around, we provide a
list to pick.
Boating & Angling: The
most striking thing about Bhimtal is the mighty lake (the largest among
the nine lakes in the Lake District of Kumaon) which offers excellent
boating facilities. Angling is another thing you can take to. There is
also a small island in the middle that houses a restaurant.
Trekking & Hiking: You
can trek and hike in the surrounding hills and conifer forests, which
are abundant in oak, cedar and pine trees. This place will sweep you off
from your routine life and thrust you into things larger than life. You
can choose a nature exploration trip on foot through the numerous
orchards, which will saturate your aromatic senses.
sweet chirping of birds will add melody to your life. Bird-watchers will
be delighted to find migratory birds in the autumn and winter months.
Temples-visits: An old
Victorian dam situated at a corner of the Bhimtal Lake, flanked by
terraced flower gardens makes for a leisurely stroll. Just adjacent to
the dam lies the historical Bhimkeshwar temple. There is another popular
temple nearby called Godhakhal Temple.
If folk traditions are what you yearn to learn, there is the
Museum of Folk Culture (Lok Sanskriti Sangrahalaya) that houses
collections of several folk paintings and wood artifacts among other
Others: A German family
living close by has a large collection of butterflies on display for
visitors and tourists. It is listed in the Limca Book of (India)
HOT SPOTS NEAR BY
It is home to the deepest lake (with nine corners) of the region which
is flocked by migratory birds in the winters. A paragliding base has
also been set up recently at Pandegaon.
Sattal (10 km):
This place is named so because of the seven corners of the lake
nestled together and offers panoramic views.
With the large Naini (eye-shaped)
Lake occupying the heart of the town, this place is flocked by
tourists for its many temples, bustling market selling local
handicrafts to designer brands. The many view-points (with ropeway
facilities at some) offer captivating sights of the distant
snow-capped Himalayan peaks.
Almora: Seated at an
elevation of 1650 meters above sea-level on a 5km long mountain slope
between rivers Suyal and Kosi, this horse-shoe shaped town is the
bustling cultural centre of the entire Kumaon region. With old forts
around, it has a history behind its origin.