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The Kempty Falls is arranged on the bumpy tracks of Uttarakhand, India, approximately at a distance of 13 km from Mussoorie on the Chakrata Road. It is about 1364 meters above ocean level, at 78°-02'East longitude and 30° - 29'North scope. The Kempty Falls, and the territory around is encompassed by high mountain ranges at an elevation of 4500 feet. The Kempty Falls was created as a visitor destination by a British officer John Mekinan, around 1835. The name Kempty is likely gotten from the word 'camp-tea', A surge of water running during the time beginning from the southwest of town Banglow ki kandi moves northwest and tumbles from 4,500 ft. Part into five different falls, the water falls a further 40 ft.The spot will fill you with additional vitality, and scenic views. Kempty Falls, at 13 km from Mussoorie, can be come to by transport or taxi which are always available at Mussoorie transport stand.
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After breakfast, visit the Kempty Falls and Gun Hill Point. Enjoy a Rope way ride at Gun Hill Point on direct payment basis. En route, relish lunch at the Mall road. Later, enjoy shopping at the Mall Road. Return back to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Mussoorie. (B, EL, D)
Surrounded by high mountain cliffs and situated at an height of about 4,500 feet above sea level, Kempty Falls is easily the most famous waterfall in Uttarakhand. It is believed that the name ‘Kempty’ is a derivation of the ‘Camp-Tea’, the tea parties that the British used to organise here.Located around 15 km from Mussoorie, you can either reach here by taking a cab or a tourist bus.
A nice place to unwind and at the same time bathe in the waterfall. There are some restaurants nearby too to satiate the taste buds while witnessing the natural beauty. If lucky might spot some monkeys and 'langurs' too. The way to the waterfall is a treat in itself . The natural scenery will replenish your faith in life. Image author : Kuwaronline on wikipedia