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Natraj Holiday Resort Bhimashankar

Natraj Holiday Resort, a place where comfort, fun and relaxation meet.

Natraj Holiday Resort is 3 star deluxe property nestled in the hills and at one the well known among twelve jyotirlinga Bhimashankar almost 200 km from mumbai and almost 125 km from Pune. Natraj Holiday Resort is an ideal getaway for family, friends and office colleagues to spend a rocking, fun-filled time together.

 

Recently renovated plush rooms draped in cozy comfort and the clear air of the misty hills of Bhimashankar is a welcome change from the otherwise hectic lifestyle for city dwellers. With our impeccable hospitality and highly efficient management, we ensure that you receive nothing but the best of both worlds and take away pleasant memories that you will cherish forever.

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Semi Deluxe Double Bed Room

Maximum Occupancy 2 Adult & 1 Child

Check in 11.00am

Checkout 11.00am

Rate – 1800 Per room per Night

 

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Semi Deluxe 4 Bedded Room

Maximum Occupancy 4 Adults & 2 Children

Check in 11.00am

Checkout 11.00am

Rate 2500 Per Room per Night

 

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Bhimashankar Temple is a Jyotirlinga shrine located 50 km northwest of Khed, near Pune, in India. It is located 127 km from Pune in the Ghat region of the Sahyadri hills. Bhimashankar is also the basis of the river Bhima, which flows southeast and merges with the Krishna river near Raichur. The other Jyotirlinga shrines in Maharashtra are Vaidyanath near Parli Dist Beed, Trimbakeshwara near Nashik and Grishneshwar near Ellora around Aurangabad,Nagnaath in Aundh built by Pandavas in one night during their exile.

Near by Bhimashankar

There are Buddha style carvings of Amba-Ambika, Bhootling and Bhimashankar in the hills of Manmaad near Bhimashankar at a height of 1034 metres. A big bell in Hemadpanthi structure built by Nana Phadanavis is a feature of Bhimashankar. Places that can be visited in are Hanuman Lake, Gupt Bhimashankar, Origin of River Bhima, Nag Phani, Bombay Point, Sakshi Vinayak and a lot more. Bhimashankar is a reserved forest area of 130.78 km2 was declared, as wildlife sanctuary in 1985.This sanctuary is a part of Western Ghat, so it is rich in floral and faunal diversity. A variety of birds, animals, insects, plants can be seen. A rare animal Malabar Giant squirrel locally called as ” Shekaru” can be found in deep woods. Bhimashankar is worth visiting for jungle lovers and trekkers as well as for pilgrims. This temple is very famous in Pune and people from all around the world come to visit this temple.

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Selvie
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I had a group of 7 pax who started the tour from Mumbai and visited Bhimashankar, Trimbakeshwar, Aurangabad, Aundha Nagath, Omkareshwar and finally Ujjain for Kumbh Mela. It was an unpleasant tour for them and I am very disappointed that I could not keep my promises to my guests that I would provide an ensured service due to one north Indian agent (Heavens Group) who messed up the tour. He provided my client 2* and budget hotels starting from Mumbai till Ujjain but was told all are 3* except for Parli because it is a Shady township. My guests are… Read more »
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[…] it was decided to visit with my entire family, as we have our own resort in Bhimashankar called Natraj Holiday Resort, which is exactly 9 Kms before the Bhimashankar Temple on the same […]

Vaishali Davkhare
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i visited Bhimashankar for worship of lord shiva, also we enjoyed tracking, we check in at Natraj Holiday resort which is 7 km from temple, Natraj holiday Resort is really good option at Bhimashankar, there are very few resorts or hotel in Bhimashankar, i will recommend Natraj holiday resort for its cleanness, Room service and food at restaurant, you can enjoy Chinese, Punjabi dishes and Jain food as well.

Atuel Vaja
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Thanks, Vaishali for your valuable comments.

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