Bhowali is a mostly green town like a village at a height of 1704 meters above sea level. Bhowali is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. Bhowali is a gateway to many places in the Kumaon division like Almora and Bageshwar for people coming from the Haldwani route.
Bhowali is well connected to neighboring hill stations, like Nainital, Bhimtal, Mukteshwar, Ranikhet, Binsar and Almora. Many Lakes are close to Bhowali hill station like Bhimtal, Sat Tal, Naukuchiyatal, Nal Damyanti Tal, Sukha Tal, and Khurpa Tal.
Bhowali is popular for good quality natural products like peaches, strawberries, plums, apples, and apricots that are traded to other places.
BEST TIME TO VISIT
Best time to visit Bhowali for pleasant weather is March-April and September-October. Summer is from May to July with the maximum temperature of 31°C but cool air makes it refreshing. Please carry little warm clothes even in summer for the evening. July end to September staring is the monsoon season so you may avoid this time. The winters are cold and freezing Take heavy warm clothes with you. One can visit Bhimtal throughout the year so choose according to your preference.
1. Kainchi Dham
Kainchi Dham is a Hindu Temple situated 8.3 km from Bhowali. Beautiful Temple with the living place (cottage) of guru ji.Big celebrities including Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg, and Steve Jobs have visited this place. It's a place who wants to experience silence (deep meditative awareness) and enjoy the running water of river. Overall scenic view of the beautiful river and mountains covered with clouds and a peaceful atmosphere.
2. Golu Devta temple
Located 3.1 km from Bhowali. Golu Devta is a Legendary Mythological God of the Kumaon Region of Uttarakhand. Thought to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva, Golu Devta is worshipped all over this region and is regarded as the ‘ Dispenser of Justice’ by the Devotees.