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Home » North India Tourist Destinations » Lansdowne


Unexplored and unblemished Nature, cool light wind and amazing sceneries, Lansdowne is an attractive town and a popular hill station situated on the Kotware-Pauri road at a height of 1,706 meters on a mound in the state of Uttaranchal, India. Lansdowne, named after its founder Lord Lansdowne, was the main base of autonomous progress actions of India at some stage in the British Raj.

Lansdowne town is concerned by many tourists and the peaceful climate of the city all through the year, characterizes by pleasing summers and cold winters, and is very comfortable for holidaying tourist. This place is especially considered as a gateway of romance, thanks to the natural comforts, nice accommodation, pleasant weather, calm atmosphere and secluded atmosphere. This great hill station is completely away from hustle and hustle and bustle and hence is distinct from the normal hill stations which are crowded.

The Lansdowne city is bordered by lusting greeneries of thick Oak woods and blue Pine forests. Wonderful views of snow covered mounts and forests, bracing cool air and unpolluted clean fresh impression make Lansdowne a perfect place for eco-tourism. The tourism at Lansdowne has a different face; it is not marketable tourism but eco friendly tourism of conserving and protected nature. The annual festival 'Shardotsav', illustrated during the season of autumn is a grand draw of tourists.

The domination office of the renowned Garhwal Rifles of the Indian Army is placed in this town. Visiting Lansdowne and expenditure holidays here is truly a invigorate experience and the tourists are assured to enjoy the much needed relax in this great eco friendly hill station in a serene and secluded environment

Places of Interest

Jungle Safari: The thick forest adjoining the Lansdowne is an apt place for Jungle safari. The thick Oak trees and blue pine woods make the atmosphere of the surrounding forest challenging for the audacious tourist.

Kanvashram: Kanvashram, a sacred ashram positioned near Lansdowne hill station, is a gateway to Puri, the most sought temple town in India. This ashram is bounded by thick forests and hillocks, making it a gorgeous place for feasting the eyes of tourists.

Best time to visit

Best time to visit Lansdowne is from March to November avoiding freezing winters.

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