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Kovid Kapoor 12 months 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 12 months 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.
Tanvi Akhauri 12 months ago
Lansdowne is one of the quietest hill stations in India and doesn't see much footfall, which is a good advantage because it leaves the charm of the place untouched. It is a small town, and your own pair of feet make the best mode of transport here. I took a lot of strolls around this place, since there isn't much to do in Lansdowne. It makes for the perfect short getaway which needs no more than a weekend to be covered. I had packed a lot of warm clothes, which came in use, since days and nights alike were chilly. There is a lot of history and folklore to the town, it being a cantonment settlement. Next to my guest house was the Roberts guest house, which is a must-visit for movie buffs like me. Apart from being haunted, the house was also a close replica of the one in Hitchcock's Psycho. It was definitely the highlight of my trip.
Aishwarya Arora 12 months ago
Lansdowne in Uttarakhand is a quaint little hill station not quite explored by the tourists yet. My family and I went there in October last year and it was amazing! It was majorly a leisure weekend for us which consisted of lazing around in our hotel rooms, enjoying small downpour of rains and trying the delicious mountain delicacies in the cold weather. The major attraction we visited was the Tip N Top which was just about 2 kms of trek away from our hotel and gave us the perfect view of the majestic and beautiful Garhwal Hills. All in all it was a simple yet a quite rejuvenating trip!

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Q. Trip price?

Mr BlaZe 2 months ago
Upto 10k

Q. Is there any place to set up our own camp in Lansdowne??

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Q. How accessible are tourist attractions for a person on wheelchair

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Q. How are the roads to Lansdowne if I travel from Delhi in my own car?

Urban Tribal 2 months ago
you'll find excellent roads throughout your way. from Kotdwar onwards however, the road is a little narrow but is in good condition.

Q. What all can I do in Lansdowne? Does it have nice cafes where I can chill?

Kaveesh Nair 9 months ago
Lansdowne hardly has any cafes or stand alone restaurants so to say. Most of the places to eat and chill are the in-house restaurants of the hotels, resorts or the lodges which can serve the purpose pretty well.

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