Lansdowne is a quaint little hill town located at a distance of 258 km from Delhi in Pauri district of Uttarakhand. Laden with oak and pine forest and dotted with buildings of the colonial era, this hill station is a haven for bird watchers, casual hikers and weekenders from NCR.
The town was discovered by British and got its name from the then Viceroy of India, Lord Lansdowne. The guesthouses here are fading reminders of the colonial period, and they offer a stunning view of the mountains from their balconies.
1 year ago
Lansdowne is a very nice hill station nearest to Delhi, It is the paradise surrounded by beautiful valleys. Lansdowne is one of the beautiful tourist places of Uttarakhand. Nature can be seen here in its untouched form as compared to other hill stations. The Natural beauty here is mesmerising. The weather remains pleasant throughout the year. The greenery spread everywhere makes you feel a different world. the weather here is pleasant from March to November. The Tip-N-Top is a favourite tourist spot here, which is situated very close to St. Mary's Church. Lansdowne has many activities like trekking, paddling, bird watching, etc. which are full of thrill and adventure.
2 years ago
- Carry warm clothes whenever you travel to Lansdowne. Winters are extremely cold. Hence, carry boots and jackets during winters. Also, carry packages of snacks or fruits since sight-seeing places don't usually have eateries around.
Surbhi Parashar Parashar
2 years ago
Unspoilt by human activities, Lansdowne is also popular as one of the British Hill stations and is home to the cantonment of the Garhwal Rifles of the Indian Army. The area is home to some of the most mystical and breathtaking views. This place also served as one of the main bases of independence struggle activities during the Colonial times. Lansdowne is famous for its eco-friendly tourism revolving around mountaineering, trekking, and jungle safaris. The Shardotsav festival celebrated annually during autumn draws tourists from across the country.