There is nothing much to see in Lansdowne. One day is sufficient to complete all tourists places. But it is less crowded and clean place compared to Mussoorie and Nainital. I found calm and green mountains in Lansdowne. I stayed in resort that was 20 km before Lansdowne.
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How are resorts and hotels. i will be needing hot water facility as i am with the baby. Also is there a public transport to take us around?
If you want to just relax and see that nature at it’s best, head to Jibhi in Himachal. It is a perfect place to just relax. The place offers amazing landscapes. A stream flowing nearby and there is a waterfall too. You can visit Jalori pass and Bahu temple as well.
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Wont jibhi be too far from delhi? Like I have just 2-3 days in hand
Lansdowne is for those who wants to cut their self from the city life and seeking for solitude & relax environment. This place is still pollution free and surrounded by nature wellness. Celebrating Diwali in Lansdowne is not a bad idea. Some good accommodation available there like Rio Resort, GMVN cottages etc. You can also check this itinerary -
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Instead for lansdowne pls consider kasauli if you want peace. Winnies,the kasauli resorts are good choice.
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I have been to kasauli twice before. so wanted some unexplored place for this time