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Lansdowne Travel Guide

Undiscovered and unspoilt nature, cool breeze and astonishing sceneries, Lansdowne is a beautiful town and a popular hill station located on the Kotware-Pauri road at a height of 1,706 meters on a hummock in the state of Uttarakhand, India. Lansdowne, named after its founder Lord Lansdowne, was the primary base of independent movement activities of India during the British Raj.

The town is attracted by many holidaymakers and the soothing climate of the city all through the year, characterized by gratifying summers and cold winters, is very prosperous for holidaying tourist. This place is especially regarded as a gateway of romance, thanks to the natural comforts, nice accommodations, pleasant weather, calm environment and secluded atmosphere. This great hill station is altogether away from hustle and bustle and hence is discrete from the normal hill stations which are herded.

The city is circumvented by craving greeneries of thick Oak woods and blue Pine forests. Splendid views of snow covered mounts and forests, bracing cool air and uncontaminated clean fresh atmosphere make Lansdowne a perfect holiday place for eco-tourism. The tourism at Lansdowne has an enjoyable face; it is not commercial tourism but eco-friendly tourism of conserving and preserving nature. The annual festival ‘Shardotsav’, famed during the season of autumn is a grand draw of holidaymakers. The control office of the legendary Garhwal Rifles of the Indian Army is located in this town. Seeing Lansdowne and spending holidays here is truly a regenerating experience and the holidaymakers are assured to delight the much needed relax in this great eco-friendly hill station in a tranquil and secluded environment.

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