Victoria Dam


Victoria dam is located at one end of Bhimtal Lake and has terraced flower gardens that are placed on either side of the dam. A 17th century historic temple located next to the dam attracts hordes of people during festival time.

Victoria Dam is situated at one end of Bhimtal Lake and has a beautiful terraced flower garden on the either side of the dam. The dam is about 40 feet high and offers once-in- a-lifetime sights of nature that are very rare in other parts of the country.

You can walk through the huge forests that surround the Bhimtal Lake to experience the rich flora. The gorge is decorated with wild flowers which are quite alluring. The area in the vicinity of the dam is tranquil and serene, offering relaxation and peace from all kinds of stress. No wonder tourists love to come here and spend some time in nature’s lap. A temple built in the 17 th century, known as Bhimeshwar Temple is located very next to the dam. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple attracts a number of devotees during the festive season. Come here and indulge yourself in this wonderland.

Victoria dam is located at one end of Bhimtal Lake and has terraced flower gardens that are placed on either side of the dam. There is also the 17th century Bhimeshwar Temple devoted to Shiva, located very next to it. Tourists can take a walk through the huge forests that surround the lake. The dam is 40 feet high and offers sights of nature that is very rare in other parts of the country. The gorge is decorated with wild flowers that give it a beautiful look, which attracts good number of tourists every year to this place. Victoria Dam, one of the most breathtaking sights in Bhimtal is located on the bank of Bhimtal Lake. The most attractive thing about this dam is the flower gardens on its either side that makes the place look quite entrancing.

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Victoria dam is located at one end of Bhimtal Lake and has terraced flower gardens that are placed on either side of the dam. There is also the 17th century Bhimeshwar Temple devoted to Shiva, located very next to it.

Tourists can take a walk through the huge forests that surround the lake. The dam is 40 feet high and offers sights of nature that is very rare in other parts of the country. The gorge is decorated with wild flowers that give it a beautiful look, which attracts good number of tourists every year to this place.


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