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  • Caitlin M
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Had a lovely time! Lots to learn and see - beautiful art and many artifacts. Friendly hosts and a stunning view from the terrace.
    Written 21 April 2024
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  • Pritesh Meghani
    Gandhidham, India66 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Beautiful place much green and have very cold weather to enjoy.
    Monekys are there and car parking is bit far and lot of mountain view can be seen for photography.
    Enjoyed the view and place. Roads are too zigzag so be ready for Uneasiness.
    Good to go
    Written 12 January 2024
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  • Hemant Madan
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I visited Landour with my family and our dog to spend some quiet time around New Year. Our host at Landour suggested that we make a trip to Jaberkhet Natural Reserve.
    To say that we enjoyed it immensely is an understatement. The trail is simply amazing, refreshing and almost cleansing. There are various trails with varying levels of difficulty. Our tour guide - Mr Vipul - was extremely caring and knowledgable.
    For an urban family - this half day experience was simply too good.
    Written 29 December 2023
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,616 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Located in the heart of Mussoorie, the Camel’s Back Road is around 3 km long road lined with natural rocks shaped like a camel's hump. Camel Back Road provides experience of peaceful walk with nature. However, in morning and evening, the road becomes little bit busy. The road is named as Camel Back Road due to the presence of natural layout of rocks shaped like a camels hump at the end of road. It offers beautiful view of Doon Valley, also popular for viewing sunrise and sunset.
    Written 28 February 2023
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  • Sridhar
    Eden Prairie, MN392 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    They offer a few rides(charges apply), there is a small pond where you can ride a pedal boat(2 or 4 seater), attractions like wax museum etc. The garden is maintained well. There a few shops that take your pictures with a traditional/local attire. You can check them out. You will probably just need a couple hours for this attraction. Stop by only if you have time.
    Written 14 July 2023
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  • drsureshsharma
    Bhopal, India27 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Top of the hill..best valley view. tranquil road.. clouds are seen below your feet when season permits.. excellent greenary..
    Written 13 October 2023
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  • Dilip Das
    8 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    The area of Kempty falls is polluted by the stalls and shops. People have murder the natural falls. Now it looks like water is falling inside a pond or pool. Shops are constricted very close to the water body. Lots of thrash and plastic bottles are floating. Being a waterfall lover was felling very sad to see the commercial Kempty falls. I think Local authorities should impose some guide lines and people should come forward to save the Kempty waterfall.
    Written 14 January 2024
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  • Sridhar
    Eden Prairie, MN392 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The temple is beautiful, clean and well maintained. To see the Gautam Buddha statue, you have to walk up a hill. There are 100+ steps. We took about 15mnts. or so. The scenery at the top is great you will see there are prayer flags on the way up. Avoid afternoon if possible. It was hot when we visited the temple. Evening or early morning(after breakfast) times are the best to visit. Our ask is not to litter the location!
    Written 15 July 2023
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  • HofH999
    Melbourne, Australia1,125 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We didn’t find the house the remains of which no longer exist we were told but we enjoyed the museum of cartography recently opened to commemorate Everest’s work as Survey General and others. The walk up from the car park is challenging but very beautiful. The view from the top looking north is great but to the south you see nothing due to pollution.
    Written 21 October 2023
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  • joyadak
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India7 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Beautiful place at the foot of Dalai Hills. A vibrant little monastry/ temple where the locals offer prayers. Has a very tranquil environment. one can get a look into the lives of the Tibetan community that it belongs to. Moneys around the areas looked menacing though !
    Written 8 November 2022
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  • Ravi Pratap Singh Chauhan
    New Delhi, India180 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is not a very visited fall as it's a bit small but has a lot of activity that can be done here. A place definitely to spend some time instead of Kempty which is dirty

    This has got crystal clear water
    Written 22 January 2023
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  • Tarun
    New Delhi, India4 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We took a road trip to Landour in the first week of 2023. We started at 10 in the morning from our hotel (Claridges Residence) in Mussoorie. Mr. Gaurav Chauhan the General Manager at Claridges was kind enough to lend us his motorbike - Royal Enfield 500 for this trip. Even otherwise one can rent a scooter or bike for upwards of Rs 500 for the day. The journey itself was quite short and it took us not more than 10 minutes to reach our destination. Along the way, the views of the valley below were quite spectacular.
    We parked our bike in front of a shuttered shop and explored the town on foot. We had heard that the popular story writer, Ruskin Bond lives here and that added to the charm of the place. The first and in fact the only place there is to see is the Landour Bazaar. It is a serpentine road that is little wider than a path that meanders for about a kilometre with small shops on either side. There are a lot of souvenir shops and local eateries vying for your attention and we stopped at one such eatery that claimed to be the only authentic pahari cuisine joint in the neighborhood.( Hapur Walon ki Dukaan)
    We had to wait patiently for lunch while the owner Mr. Pankaj Agarwal with the help of a lone helper put together a lunch thali. An unusual thing that we noticed was that everything was cooked in brass pans and served in copper utensils.
    The food itself when it was finally served, was quite extraordinary, the thali had about 21 small katoris, each with a different pahari delicacy. I had never tasted anything like it. And the best part of this small restaurant was that there were only 2 tables and no crowd. And that could be safely said for the town itself. Though so close to Mussoorie, it is surprisingly free from the hordes of tourists that crowd the hills. Apart from the Bazaar, Landour has only the sunset point that attracts tourists,though the town itself has some famous residents notably Sachin Tendulkar who owns a couple of properties in this town.
    The road from the Bazaar to sunset point was quite tough to negotiate for a first timer like me. The gradient was very steep and the temperature quite low compared to the town. We reached Char dukaan, a sort of landmark before sunset point after about 15 minutes of rough climb ( for the bike). Char dukaan is a corner place with 4 small shops selling maggi and hot beverages. We didn't stop here because it was getting very cold and we had to see the sunset.
    The sunset point is barely 5 minutes away and it was full of people all wanting to click pictures. The view of the mountains from here was amazingly beautiful (pics attached). But as it was getting chillier by the minute, we made a hasty exit.
    While one is in Mussoorie, a trip to Landour would make your visit memorable.
    Written 18 January 2023
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