Lansdowne – A COMPLETE Travel Guide & Itinerary

by Vargis.Khan


Several destinations come to mind when you talk about either a weekend trip or a short vacation from Delhi. Places like Shimla, Mussoorie, and Rishikesh tend to become the preferred choice but another place that not many people consider is the small town of Lansdowne. It is a highly scenic and much easier to reach hill station in the state of Uttarakhand that makes up for a perfect weekend getaway.

Please note that I am using Delhi just as a reference. A trip to Lansdowne can easily be planned from any other nearby city, like Meerut, Dehradun, or even Chandigarh.

The short distance and easier climb make it a great place for a short trip but the long list of tourist attractions it offers can keep you in this charming little hamlet for days as well. In this article, I will provide a complete travel guide on how a trip can be planned to Lansdowne.

About Lansdowne

For a brief introduction, located at a height of 1,700 meters, Lansdowne is a small hill-station in the Pauri Garhwal region of Uttarakhand.  The town is named such after Lord Lansdowne, the then Viceroy of India, who visited the place in 1884. It is in fact a cantonment and much thanks to the Indian Army, is also a place that is not yet spoilt by tourist mania.

It still retains its quiet and serenity, unlike the other popular hill stations of our country. The entire town is administered by the cantonment board and hence is much cleaner, less commercialized, and well connected by super smooth roads. The place offers stunning views and is perfect to escape the scorching heat of the plains for a few days.

Fun fact to know is that the real name of Lansdowne in old days was actually Kaludanda, literally meaning the Black Forest in Garhwali; “Kalu” meaning Black and “Danda” meaning Forest. It then changed to Lansdowne in 1887 and developed by the British for catering for the Recruits Training center of the Garhwal Rifles. Even to date, the famous Garhwal Rifles of the Indian Army has its command office here at Lansdowne.

Also Read: Gangotri – A Complete Travel Guide and Itinerary

Why Visit Lansdowne?

Let me begin by first writing about why you should plan on visiting Lansdowne. The biggest reason is that the place is not too hard to reach. Most of the journey in fact is through plains, and it is only the last 35 to 40 kilometers that involve driving in the hills. Roads are mostly all good except for a few bad patches in between. A drive to Lansdowne will not be too long and too tiring.

The second reason is that it is very well connected which can be a great assurance to a lot of people. There are a lot of hotels here and the phone reception is excellent. No matter which network you are on, you will have both calls and data connectivity.

The entire region is very clean due to the Army presence here and well maintained.  You won’t find it dirty anywhere here nor does it get too crowded either. Yes, on weekends it tends to get filled with tourists but not in the manner of Shimla and Manali where it becomes annoying in fact.

It is quiet, less crowded, not overdeveloped, a bit undiscovered, and one of the most tranquil hill stations of India. Away from the hustle-bustle associated with other tourist spots, the calm environment enriched with the natural beauty of Lansdowne will enthrall you for sure.

It still has several old buildings of British Colonial architecture and military history and its close proximity to the Delhi NCR region makes it a perfect weekend getaway.

road to lansdowne

How to reach Lansdowne?

Due to its location in the Himalayas, the only way to reach Lansdowne of course is by road. You can either drive all the way from your home if you were living somewhere close. If not then you can reach the nearest rail station or airport and drive to Lansdowne from there.

Further details are provided in the article below. For explaining this part, I will assume Delhi as the starting point.

How to reach Lansdowne from Delhi

If you were driving to Lansdowne from Delhi, then the route of the journey will be as mentioned below. There can of course be a few other alternate ways but I will explain the easiest and the best one.

Delhi – Ghaziabad – Modinagar – Meerut – Khatauli – Mirapur – Bijnor – Najibabad – Kotdwar – Lansdowne

The entire journey by this route will be about 250 kilometers, doable in 6 to 7 hours depending upon your speed and breaks. From Delhi till Khatauli, the road is awesome and a national highway via Meerut.

At Khatauli, leave the highway and take the road towards Bijnor via Mirapur.  From here, the road is a two-lane highway but mostly in good condition till Kotdwar. There are a few bad patches though as you get closer to Najibabad but you should still be able to make it to Kotdwar in about 6 hours from Delhi.

After Kotdwar, you start climbing up and the entire 40 kilometers till Lansdowne is a steep climb. The good part, however, is that the traffic is very less and the road is all smooth.

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Alternate Route

I will explain one more route so that you can actually avoid it. From Meerut, a lot of people enter the city and then take the road via Mawana, Jhunjhuni, Behsuma, and Ramraj. They will then exit at Mirapur and take the road towards Bijnor but this entire stretch will eat up a lot of your time.

You will first get stuck in traffic in Meerut, and then the progress will remain slow until Mirapur. A better way for the journey is to not enter Meerut, stay on the highway till Khatauli, and then take the road towards Bijnor via Mirapur from there.

I explained the route from Delhi but if you were coming from any other city, then the idea is to first reach Meerut or Khatauli. Then you can just follow the route I explained above via Mirapur, Bijnor, Najibabad, and Kotdwar.

If you were coming city like Chandigarh or Jaipur, then you can first arrive at Meerut and continue to Khatauli. If you were coming from Dehradun, Rishikesh, or Haridwar side, then Khatauli will arrive first from where you can continue to Bijnor.

How to Reach Lansdowne by Bus

If you were planning to travel by Bus then the idea is to reach Meerut or Kotdwar first. Government buses by Uttarakhand Transport Corporation (UTC) ply between Kotdwar to other cities like Delhi, Chandigarh, Dehradun, and Meerut on a regular basis. If you were coming from Delhi, then there are several other private buses available as well for the journey.

If you weren’t able to find a direct bus for Kotdwar, then look for one for Meerut. Buses for Bijnor, Najibabad, and Kotdwar leave from Meerut almost every hour; both government-run and private.

How to reach Lansdowne from Kotdwar

Once you have reached Kotdwar, then reaching Lansdowne is going to be a child’s play. There are regular buses throughout the day between Lansdowne and Kotdwar which complete the journey in 90 minutes to 2 hours. These buses are both government-run and private.

Apart from buses, shared taxis too are a common sight on the route. These shared taxis are either a Sumo or Bolero and charge about Rs. 100 – Rs.150 per person for Lansdowne. You can find these shared cabs near Najibabad Chowk (in front of Hotel Ambey) in Kotdwar.

Another option is the mini-bus from Kotdwar station. These mini buses start from the bus stand right opposite the railway station and operate on a regular basis throughout the day.

How to reach Lansdowne from Meerut

There is no direct bus from Meerut for Lansdowne; or at least not that I know of. From Meerut, you will first have to get to Kotdwar and look for a mode of commute there as I explained above.

By Train

Lansdowne does not have a railway station of its own. The nearest railway station is at Kotdwar from where Lansdowne is at an approximate distance of about 40 kilometers that can be covered in about 90 minutes.

Mussoorie Express and Gharwal Express are two trains that connect Delhi and Kotdwara. Doon Express is another long-distance train in the region, covering cities like Kotdwara, Lucknow, Varanasi, and Howrah.

After Kotdwar, the next nearest railway station is at Meerut which is a major train stop. If you weren’t able to book a train directly to Kotdwar then finding one for Meerut is not going to be a problem at all.

Also Read: Delhi to Lansdowne  – A Weekend Drive

By Flight

The nearest airport to Lansdowne is the Jolly Grant Airport, in Dehradun. It is 150 Kilometers away from the town. Once you land there, you will have to look for either a taxi directly to Lansdowne or Kotdwar. Or you can also board a bus for Kotdwar from the Dehradun Bus stand.

Lansdowne in Winter

All the above-mentioned modes of commute remain operational throughout the year. So even in the peak winter season, you can reach Lansdowne using either of these.

The only hitch can be the dense fog which happens a lot in this area in the winter season. At times, the visibility can come down to zero which will slow your progress severely till Kotdwar. Extreme caution is advised while driving in such weather.

If there was a snowfall in the town then the roads closer to Lansdowne can get blocked but only temporarily for a few hours. Army clears the road just as soon as they are able to.

sunset view from tip n top

Weather of Lansdowne

Due to its high altitude, the weather of Lansdowne remains pleasantly cold throughout the year. The months of January and February are probably the coldest with a very small chance of snowfall. The months of March and April are among the best times when the weather is more enjoyable.

Things start to get warm in April though and in May and June, you may even sometimes need to switch on the AC.

Monsoon arrives in July and lasts till September during which time the entire region receives a heavy amount of rain. It rains very less in September though which again makes it a good time to be here with all the lush green valleys around.

October is the time of Autumn and best if you want to catch that golden color in the trees. November and December are again the months of winter when the weather again gets very cold.

I have in fact provided an annual breakdown of how the weather trends in Lansdowne that you can read at When is the Best time to visit Lansdowne.

Best time to Visit Lansdowne

I have covered this topic in the link I provided above but for a brief overview, the best time to visit Lansdowne will really depend on what is it that you are looking for. Everyone’s reason for coming here is not always the same.

Some people come here looking for snow and to catch their first snowfall. Others come seeking refuge from scorching summer. A Photography enthusiast will be looking forward to getting some great shots. Families mostly come looking to spend some quality time together.

Whatever your reason is, Lansdowne is one place that is definitely not going to disappoint you. If snow is what you seek then January will be the best time to visit. Do note though that it does not snow in Lansdowne that often and that much. Chances of snowfall in Lansdowne are extremely rare and you are better off heading to another hill station if it was the snow that you were after.

Spring season starts by late March and the months of March and April are great to bring your family around. If you are interested in photography then April, August, and September will be best. For someone looking for green valleys all around, July, August, and early September will do. If you want to get a bit orange in your shots then October will be best.

If you are looking for some solitude and want to get away from the crowd, then Weekdays will be best. Hotels here tend to get all booked during Weekends; especially long weekends.

Below is a picture of one of the rare occasions when Lansdowne received snow.

Image Credit: Wikipedia

Clothes for Lansdowne

What clothes you should pack for Lansdowne will entirely depend on the time of your arrival. For January and February, heavy woolens, gloves, woolen socks, muffler, thermals, and a good quality heavy and windproof jacket is a must.

If you are visiting in March, some light woolens or a jacket will do. From April till August, just pack your regular cotton clothes s and that will suffice. In July and August, you may want to bring clothes that dry fast in case you got wet in rain somewhere.

The months of September and October will much be like March needing some light woolens and a jacket. November and December will be the same as for January and February; requiring you to bring heavy woolens and a windproof warm jacket.

What to see in Lansdowne

Lansdowne itself is in fact a tourist attraction. This entire town is very scenic and the calm of the place is like no other. The natural beauty of the place is truly mesmerizing and you will love every minute you spend in the town.

With that being said, there are a few places that stand above the rest; spots that can be termed as tourist attractions. I have covered this topic in detail in another article and you can read it at What to See in Lansdowne. For a quick overview in this post below is a list of all places of tourist interest in Lansdowne.

  • Bhulla Taal
  • Tip in Top
  • St. Mary’s Church
  • St. John’s Church
  • Durga Devi Temple
  • Bhim Pakora
  • Kaleshwar Temple
  • War Memorial
  • Darwan Singh Museum
  • Garhwali Mess
  • Hawa Ghar
  • Santoshi Mata Temple (Sunset Point. On way to the temple, watch out for the tree with giant ear, and the reindeer rock)
  • Satyanarayan Temple
  • Kilkile Wale Pirbaba Mazar
  • Jwalpa Devi Temple (About 44 kilometers away from Lansdowne)
  • Bharav Gari Temple (15 Kilometers drive from Lansdowne followed by 2 kilometers of a trek)
  • Tarkesh Mahadev Temple (38 Kilometers from Lansdowne)
  • Church Library (20 minutes film about Lansdowne Army History)
  • Lovers Lane (Thandi Sadak)
  • Aggarwal Cineplex

For more information on these places, please read Tourist Attractions in Lansdowne and its Vicinity.

church in lansdowne

Things to do in Lansdowne

What to do in Lansdowne? The answer is ‘absolutely nothing’ but that is what you should be visiting here for anyways. There are no adventurous activities happening here; no huge markets and no long series of restaurants to eat at. Just calm and peaceful little town tucked up in the hills where you can sit and relax for long hours.

A trip here gives you ample opportunity to break the monotony of life and spend some time with just yourself and your loved ones.

Apart from the places I mentioned above, another nearby place that attracts plenty of tourists each year is Kalagarh Wildlife Sanctuary. It is actually a part of the Corbett landscape and heaven for wildlife and photography enthusiasts. It is not exactly near Lansdowne though and to get here, you will have to come down to Kotdwar and then go to Kalagarh.

If you are into trekking then you can talk to any of the local tour operators and spend a couple of days trekking into the woods. Bird watching is another popular activity here but you may actually have to go to Kalagarh for that. The simplest activity however will be boating in Bhulla Lake.

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Where to Stay in Lansdowne

Lansdowne as I mentioned is a popular weekend getaway for the Delhi NCR region, and even for people from other nearby cities like Meerut. Due to this, there are plenty of hotels here that you can stay at. However, there are 2 things that you must keep in mind.

The first one is that you must book in advance especially on weekends. It has happened to me and a couple of other people I know. We all arrived in Lansdowne on a weekend to find that there was not a single room available anywhere in the town. If you were coming on a weekday then you will easily find a room but you must book in advance if coming on a Saturday or Sunday.

Second thing is that there are really no budget hotels here. The weekday/weekend logic applies here as well. If you come between Monday to Friday then you will be able to get a room for Rs. 1000 to R. 1500. If you arrived on Saturday or Sunday, then expect the prices to be around Rs. 2000 to Rs. 2500. If it was a long weekend and there was a tourist rush, expect the prices to be close to Rs. 3000 for very average hotels.

Additionally, government-owned guesthouses (GMVN) are also present in Lansdowne. There is one near Tip n Top that I really liked but you will have to book these in advance.

hotel mayur

Mobile Network in Lansdowne

No matter which network you are on, your phones will be working fine in Lansdowne for both prepaid and postpaid connections. Data connectivity however can be a little slow sometimes.

What and Where to Eat

There are numerous hotels and restaurants in Lansdowne where you can find quite a comprehensive menu. From North Indian to South, to Chinese, you will find it all here. There is however no such special dish that is particular to Lansdowne; just the usual Indian food.

Hotels here are a bit expensive and tend to overcharge. I will rather recommend that you step out, take a walk through the market, and eat at any of the small restaurants.

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What to Buy in Lansdowne

There is nothing specific to buy in Lansdowne though. There are just a few grocery shops here selling day to day stuff, nothing more. This place really doesn’t have any specialty as such but you can look for some handicrafts items if that interests you.

There is one Javed Leather Shop (also known as Javed Boot Shop) that I have heard sells some quality leather items like handbags, wallets, belts boots, etc. I haven’t bought anything from here myself though so can’t really vouch for it but I have heard the name.

In short, your shopping in Lansdowne will just be some small handicraft items that you may want to buy as souvenirs.

Itinerary for Lansdowne

Your itinerary will really depend on where you are coming from, how are you traveling, and how many days you had in hand. But assuming that you come from Delhi, you can reach Lansdowne easily in a day. The itinerary can be drafted like below.

  1. Arrive and rest on Day 1.
  2. On Day 2, spend the day visiting the local places
  3. You can return home on Day 3. If you had a day more to the trip, you can extend your stay and visit the temples that are located a bit far from the main town (as explained in the list above).

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Bank / ATM

Lansdowne is an Army cantonment so yes, there are both banks and ATMs available here.

Petrol Pump

There are petrol pumps all across the route at regular intervals. There is a petrol pump quite close to Lansdowne as well, just before you enter the town.

You can find mechanics as well but only for small fixes. For any major repairs, you will either have to bring your vehicle down to Kotdwar; or take it to Meerut or Muzaffarnagar if Kotdwar too didn’t work.

Hospital in Lansdowne

Medical assistance is available in Lansdowne. There are chemist shops, doctor’s clinics as well as a small hospital here. Being a cantonment, there is an Army Hospital available too that can be of help in case of a severe medical emergency.

Also Read: Sightseeing in Lansdowne – A Day of Scenic Beauty

Lansdowne Road Condition

Starting from Delhi, the road is in excellent condition all the way until Khatauli. From Khatauli to Mirapur, the road is a two-lane highway but in good condition. From Mirapur till Kotdwar is a mix of good, bad and ugly. The final 40 kilometers stretch from Kotdwar to Lansdowne is super smooth.

Local Transport

Lansdowne is a very small town that you can cover on foot in no more than a couple of hours. There is no internal transport system because it is not really required. There are however regular buses, shared taxis from the main bus stand to other nearby towns.

Lansdowne Altitude

Lansdowne is at an elevation of 1,700 meters (5,600 ft).

night view of lansdowne

Other Tips

A few tips that I will add to end the article.

  • Book in advance if visiting on weekends
  • Go on a weekday if traveling on a budget
  • As you approach Lansdowne, the cantonment area will arrive first and people get confused a bit there. Just keep driving through the Cantt and you will finally reach the main chowk which is actual Lansdowne. There will be a lot of movements, vehicles, hotels, restaurants there with a huge circle in between so you will know when you reach there.
  • I will recommend staying at a hotel near the main chowk only. Mayur Hotel here comes recommended.
  • Do not click photos of Army buildings. It is prohibited and you may get in trouble for this.
  • Don’t forget to catch sunrise and sunset both from Tip n Top.
  • If you were having trouble finding a spot to park your car, then go straight to the police station. Right in front of the police station is a huge empty ground that is used as parking. You can leave your car parked there safely for no charge at all.

lansdowne parking


Does it snow in Lansdowne?

Yes but not that much and not that often. Snowfall usually occurs in the months of January and February only but it is very rare.

Is Lansdowne worth visiting?

Yes, definitely. The place is highly scenic and perfect for a quick weekend getaway. You must plan a trip and spend at least one day in the town.

It is a quiet, less crowded, not over-developed, and relatively undiscovered hill station. Due to the presence of Garhwal Rifles of the Indian army and the entire town being a cantonment, it is much cleaner as compared to other hill stations of our country.

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Is Lansdowne Safe?

I was recently asked this question by a friend who was planning to visit there with family. A straight answer to this question is that yes it is very safe to visit Lansdowne. It is like a huge picnic spot that you can bring your folks to.

There is an Army presence all around and you got nothing to be afraid of. Yours will not be the only family here and there is also a huge police station right in the center of the town. There are hotels and restaurants all around where you will find many tourists from Delhi NCR having fun.

The local people of Lansdowne are very humble and ensure the welfare of the tourist folks. The crime rate in Lansdowne is almost negligible although common sense is always important to keep oneself out of trouble.

Another thought that may come to mind is rain. Is Lansdowne safe in monsoon? You will really have to keep a check on the weather in that regard. But considering the fact that the hilly drive is only about 35 – 40 kilometers, I would say that Lansdowne is quite safe in Monsoon as well.

All this is only if you act as a responsible tourist. Do not drink and drive, do not take any unnecessary risks, respect the locals, avoid any altercations and you will be all right. You are only safe as long as you keep yourself so.

How to reach Lansdowne from Rishikesh?

If you were coming from Rishikesh, it would be best be to drive back to Haridwar and then take the direct road via Chidiyapur forest range to reach Najibabad and then Lansdowne.

How to reach Lansdowne from Dehradun?

From Dehradun, take the road via Doiwala to reach Haridwar and then the internal road via Chidiyapur forest range to Najibabad.

Also Read: Places to Visit in Chaukori – Local Sightseeing in Chaukori

Is Lansdowne a Hill Station?

Yes, Lansdowne is both a hill station and a cantonment.

What is special in Lansdowne?

The natural beauty of the place, stunning views, short distance, cleanliness, good roads, and easy accessibility are what make Lansdowne special.

What is better Mussorie or Lansdowne?

Both the places have their own charm and it is really unfair to do a comparison. If you wanted to see snow then you should visit Mussoorie but if you want to go to an offbeat and less crowded place, you should visit Lansdowne.


I hope the information I provided above on visiting Lansdowne was of help. If you have any other questions or need any further details, please feel free to ask in the comments section below, or at our Community Forum and I will be glad to answer.

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Sumedha Goel January 4, 2024 - 8:37 am

We a family of 6 from Delhi want to visit Landsdowne . We have senior citizens with us. Checked many properties….. all have stairs in some or the other way. Gmvn Tip Topbooked till march end 24. Our dates are 29-30-31 March.
Need your help in getting one accommodation which is good and at a flat platform like Tip Top of Gmvn.
Please suggest ….. range 3000-5000 for couple. No stairs. Property at one level ground.
Homw stay will also do but food should be available

Vargis.Khan January 5, 2024 - 8:27 am

I am sorry I do not know of any such hotels there

Arpita November 11, 2023 - 5:33 pm

Hi Vargis

Is Lansdowne a doable day trip plan from Jim Corbett?
Or it will too much of travelling only?

Vargis.Khan November 11, 2023 - 6:17 pm

Hi Arpita – It will be too much of a traveling for a single day

Anamika Bisht August 22, 2022 - 8:41 am

Hello! Mr. Vargis,

Hope you are doing fine!

The article is highly informative thanks a lot for your efforts. Am from Delhi too. Please do write something about chelusain. We are building a boutique resort.


Mcv July 5, 2022 - 5:14 pm

Can I plan to travel this week starting 6th July till weekend

Y. SAI KRISHNA June 23, 2022 - 4:22 am

Wow seems interesting.. I reside in Delhi but never know about this place.. Thanks for the information.

Arun Sethia June 22, 2022 - 12:07 pm

Great Detailed Work…
Keep it up dear

Adrina Colaço Prakash Sinha June 8, 2022 - 10:11 am

Thank you so much for making the effort to give such detailed information. Awesome blog ! God bless !

Dr. Mohammad Salman Shah June 8, 2022 - 9:42 am

Great Write Up and Description

Sanjay Ratra June 3, 2022 - 3:05 pm

Thanks for your info Vargis bhai, please tell good Hotel to stay at Lansdowne.

Anupam May 8, 2022 - 10:10 am

VARGIS.KHAN sir ur post on Lansdowne is indeed very informative,i wl definitely visit there very soon. In case I hv some other query how can I contact

Vargis.Khan May 10, 2022 - 7:42 am

Thank you Anupam Bhai. You can ask any questions here and I will be happy to answer.

Rahul May 24, 2022 - 5:40 pm

Aswome reviews Vargis bhai am ur follower now…seen ur reviewa for Khirshu and now Lansdowne really informative

Capt Sunil Mathur April 7, 2022 - 8:57 am

Excellent blog Vargis Bhai.
I saw Landsdown through your eyes. I will endeavour to visit as soon as I can.
Thanks for the excellent information.
Kind regards.
Capt. Sunil Mathur

Vargis.Khan April 8, 2022 - 6:04 am

Thank you, Capt Mathur. I appreciate you taking the time to drop a note.

Pawan Kumar Kuchhal November 28, 2021 - 2:34 pm

Felt like someone from family returned from Lansdowne. Thanks for leaving nothing about this place

Vargis.Khan November 29, 2021 - 4:02 am

Thanks Pawan Bhai

deepak November 4, 2021 - 6:41 am

very well described … thank you

Vargis.Khan November 4, 2021 - 9:48 am

Thank you, Deepak !!!

A Vizaya Sree October 10, 2021 - 2:25 pm

Very detailed information, Thank you

S.K.Gagroo September 18, 2021 - 6:36 am

I havent read a more detailed write up on a place! Thank you Vargis Khan!

Ajay September 16, 2021 - 4:50 pm

Very well articulated, Vargis. Please share how do you ensure your blog pops up in google search results ? Any SEO involved ? Kindly share in detail, as I’ve a blog but it never comes up in google search

Ashish Vaidya June 10, 2021 - 12:24 pm

All posts of Vargis Khan Sir always very useful, informative and enjoyable to read including this one!

Vargis.Khan June 12, 2021 - 11:42 pm

Thank you for you kind words Ashish Bhai

Harsh chaudhary April 8, 2021 - 4:15 pm

Khan saab your explantion was really informative, professional.
Thanks a lot sir.

Vargis.Khan April 9, 2021 - 7:37 am

Thank you Harsh Bhai

Ved April 4, 2021 - 7:58 am

Nicely explained

Vargis.Khan April 5, 2021 - 1:11 pm

Thank you !!!

Siva March 24, 2021 - 10:10 am

Super description Vargis. Best to you

Dr.GSSharma March 13, 2021 - 1:00 am

Near lensedown a wonderful resort is situated at gumkhal,,Astreviev stay..
One who vis visiting lensedown must go and stay atleast one night in this resort.

Aveon February 9, 2021 - 1:56 pm

Can u suggest any good eateries near GMVN resort or lansdowne in general in Covid times.
Any Covid test certificate required to visit lansdowne.

laura February 6, 2021 - 11:12 am

I heard that Foreigner nationals are not allowed to visit Lansdowne due to Army Cantonment region is this true ? Kindly advise

Surendra mehra February 5, 2021 - 4:42 pm

Very informative thanks dear.

Vargis.Khan February 10, 2021 - 4:27 am

Thank you Mr. Mehra

Priyanka December 31, 2020 - 10:58 am

Very good information.

aftab December 10, 2020 - 7:57 am

Can I pitch my own tent and camp in Lansdowne? if yes, where?

Vargis.Khan December 15, 2020 - 12:31 am

No, you cannot

Anupam May 7, 2022 - 5:24 am

@VARGIS.KHAN sir ur post on Lansdowne is indeed very informative,i wl definitely visit there very soon. In case I hv some other query how can I contact.

Vargis.Khan May 10, 2022 - 7:53 am

Thank you Anupam Bhai. You can ask any questions here and I will be happy to answer.

SHALINDRA SHARMA September 24, 2019 - 7:07 am

Keep up the gud work

Vargis.Khan September 24, 2019 - 4:39 pm

Thanks Shalindra Bhai


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