Bhulla Lake in Lansdowne Uttarakhand
Bhulla Tal is a tiny manmade lake in the town of Lansdowne, located 2 kilometers from Lansdowne Market. Bhulla Lake, also known as Bhulla Tal, is one of the best locations to visit in Lansdowne.
It was built and is maintained by the Indian Army. Bhulla Tal is named after the young Garhwali soldiers of the Garhwal Rifles who assisted in the construction of the lake. The name of this tourist attraction comes from the Garhwali word Bhulla, which means “younger brother.”
Bhulla Lake is a well-known area in Lansdowne that is ideal for a picnic. Bhulla Lake is a well-kept lake in a clean environment. The lake has boating facilities, including elegant duck-shaped boats.
Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. As part of the beautification of the beautiful surroundings, a children’s park, bamboo machan, and fountains have been built. Near Bhulla Lake, there is also a small gift shop, a cafe, a herbal plant garden, and a rabbit enclosure. Visitors go to a little overbridge on the lake for the best lake views.