Lansdowne, nestled amid the Garhwali hills of Uttarakhand and a wonderful hilly range, just because of its charming beauty the town has turned into the main tourist spot. Sited at a height of 5670 above sea level, mostly known for the Garhwal Rifle regiment of the Indian army. A magnificent doorway for the nature lovers and who look for peace and quality time, bordered by various snow-capped mountains and lush green forests. Lansdowne, known for its enthralling beauty and the pristine environment of the town lures a number of tourists throughout the year.
Stands among the favorite picnic spots for the locals as well as for tourists, a peaceful environment to enjoy around the lake and the complete maintenance is taken under consideration by the Indian army. A scenic beauty can be observed where one can sense the cool breeze, alongside one can enjoy the boating here. Visit the amusement located closely to the lake.
If you are a keen lover of the forests and you wish to observe the wilderness, then, Lansdowne is a perfect destination for you. Go to the Jungle safari where you can have fun in the forests and the tour operators organize the jungle safari. Explore the forests along with a sight of Himalayan wild animals in their natural habitat.
A wonderful place to explore, after a 2 km trek downhill on the rough path you can reach to the Bhim Pakora. The place is quite surprising, here you’ll explore the two stones fixed one above the other in the perfect manner. One can move the stone with a finger and you’d realise it never falls down.
Known as an entryway to Puri, Kanvashram is an ashram sited on the banks of Malini river and bordered by lush green forests and hilly range. It is whispered that Shakuntala, the stepdaughter of Sage Kanvan gave birth to her son Bharath in this Ashram.
Camping in Lansdowne
Boat ride in Bhulla Lake
Go for refreshing nature walks
Savor the local cuisine
A religious festival which takes place in the Garhwal region which is a beautiful hilly area in Uttarakhand. Read more…
Nanda Devi Fair is mainly celebrated by the people who religiously have faith in the Goddesses Nanda and Sunanda but again being present during the time of celebration is a worthy experience which will educate a person about the rituals and culture of Uttarakhand. Read more…
Ironically, Yoga is a dance between control and surrender and with the same vibe of fun and inspiration, Rishikesh organizes the International Yoga festival every year to unite the folks and teach them the in-house discovered routine for a healthy mind and a healthy body. Read more…
The Uttarayani fair is a delight to the eyes of the tourists as they will find the amalgamation of culture and fun nicely blended together to entertain the audience of the fair. Read more…
The weather remains quite cold in winters, summers (April-June) is the right time and temperature remains 25 degree Celsius.
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