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- Camel's Back Road connects the two ends of the Mall Road providing a longer, very quiet, winding and, most importantly, a level route compared to the steep inclines of the Mall Road. Provides for a nice, leisurely 30-40 minute walk with good views of the mountains and valleys.Written 20 March 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Just a quick day tour to Nainitaal. What a place I must say. This time staying at this this place was not in our list but next time we will certainly spend couple of days here.Written 23 May 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Its up on hill with amazing view around and water fall is very huge with pure water and cold water. A must visit place in rishikeshWritten 26 March 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Its amazing place for traveler visiting to rishikesh. Its one of the famous tourist attraction for spiritual holiday.Written 22 September 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- This place is beautiful but very under developed. No place to stand & very badly maintained. Just the gandola ride is fun. but once u reach there, trust me 10 min & u can stand further. Overall can be missedWritten 23 May 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We spent good 2 hours here. What a place! The Gufa is strictly for people who want to meditate, not for photography. For people who meditate, it's heaven and you'll realise it in Arundhati cave as well as Vashishta Gufa.Written 30 April 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- A small botanical garden with flower shows, fountains, waterfall, boating, food court and small amusement park for Kids. No dedicated parking available. One can reach here through private vehicle or cycle rikshwaw. For Mussoorie sightseeing, it is recommended to visit the key places in below sequence for optimized itinerary 1) Company Garden 2) Happy Valley / Dalai Hills 3) Santura Mata Temple 4) Kempty Falls 5) Mall Road / Gun Hill / Camel Back Rd
On DAY 2, one can visit Landour Cafes / Laltibba, Rope adventures and eco Parks at Dhanolti, Koudia forest trail and Jeep safari at Kanatal, Ropeway ride to Surkanda Temple situated at 9,000 ft.etcWritten 10 May 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- its awesome natural place,very calming and refreshing view,love to see it,best place for visit with friend and faimly,i enjoy very much hereWritten 24 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Beautiful , peaceful place. Well maintained
Trails are well marked and map is also provided, in case u r not opting for guide.
Good view of Himalayan ranges at few points. Entry passes can be booked online or at the entry gate itself. Ample parking at the gate. Kids entry free.Written 24 April 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We went last week when there was hardly any flow in the river. But I think it will be a great place to visit in the monsoon when there will be enough water in the river and forest around will be fresh and greener.Written 11 April 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- A bit expensive trip in my view, the charges are Rs 180 per head (for every one above 3 Yrs).
Takes about 3-4 minutes to ascend and descend from Gun Hill.
The View is nice, you have restaurant , some games shops up there.
Should visit in case its your first trip to Mussorrie.Written 6 May 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- The view is so dope that you will be startled to see the sun set behind the mountains with no words to explain the feelingWritten 23 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- How to Reach: Dehradun/Haridwar/Rishikesh to Govindghat via Joshimath, by
road. The distance is around 300 km and takes around 10-12 hours
depending on road and traffic conditions. One can take night halt at
Joshimath or Govindghat. From Govindghat to Pulna village is nearly 5
km and shared sumo is available which costs Rs. 200 per head or
Rs.500/600 for full vehicle. From Pulna village it is around 10 km on foot
or one can take horse ride which costs between Rs. 1500 to Rs. 1800
per person or one can go by pitthu (man carrying you on back).
Depending on the mode of Travel it takes 2 hours to six hours. The last
4 and half kilometer is too steep. So one need to be mentally prepared
for the same and the road is paved with stone which tends to slip
during rain. Then you reach Ghangria. Night halt at Ghangria. From
Ghangria one can leave in the morning for Valley of flowers ( Phoolon
Ki Ghati). The gate opens at 7 in the morning and the entry fee is Rs.
150 per head. This entry pass is valid for three days. Thus one can
enter the park three consecutive days by buying one pass of Rs.150.
From the gate the valley is 3 km trek and once again it is a steep trek.
Altitude : Govindghat is at 6000 feet, Ghangria is at 10000 feet and valley of
flowers is at around 12000 feet and Hemkund Shahib is at 15000 feet.
Valley of flowers is over two and half kilometer spread.
Time to Visit: The best time to visit valley of flowers is in the month of July. Though it
will be raining but one can get to see the valley at its best. From mid
August the flowers will start dropping and by September middle, it will
be all over.
What to carry: As the time to visit is peak monsoon, so one must have a good rain
coat, a good trekking shoe, cap rather a hat will be better, sunscreen
lotion is must otherwise skin will burn due to strong UV rays. One should
preferably carry mosquito/insect repellent cream as all hotels are
infested with insects. Ghangria is normally warm during day time but
after evening the temperature starts falling rapidly. So one should
carry warm cloths accordingly. Day temperature hovers around 12-
18/19 but the night temperature goes down to even 5/6 degree
Mobile Connection: Only Jio has a mobile tower, rest no other service provider has
any tower. Hence except Jio and on rare occasion one can get Airtel
connectivity. Rest no other mobile network is available there. Secondly,
only two/three hotels provide Wi-Fi connection, rest majority of the
hotels do not provide Wi-Fi facility.
Guide: Valley of flowers has over 520 types of plants and of those nearly 500
are flowering plants. So it is always advisable to have a proper good
guide who knows the flowers and its characteristics. Though there are
many but hardly few who are from Ghangria. I was lucky to come
across two such local guides who are exceptionally good in their
knowledge and equally good companion. One is Eshwar
(+91 9458927294) and the other one is Rupesh (+91 7579000228).
The Valley: If one wants to see maximum no of flowers then one day is not
enough. In any way the entry-pass allows one to enter three
consecutive days inside the valley. Though it may be physically
strenuous to trek three days continuously but it can be cherishing
experience if one can do. I could do two days. Secondly, the more one
goes higher altitude from valley one can see more rare flowers. The
higher the altitude the more beautiful and rare flowers. Like
Bramhakamal and Blue Poppy can be seen more, near Hemkund
Shahib. Kunth Khal which is in the range of 3700 – 4500 mtr, has to be
trekked further from Valley of Flowers. The flowers which can be seen
in Kunth Khal are not available in the valley nor around Hemkund
Shahib. So if anyone really wants to enjoy and feel the beauty of this
heaven in earth then one must go between mid July to first week of
August and spend 7/8 days based at Ghangria and trek different
routes to explore the entire valley in totality. But I must say, every
nature lover must go once in his life to see this beautiful gift of mother
nature to India. Please don’t miss it.Written 16 December 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- I visited Bhatta falls around 5-6 years back and had memories of it from then. But to my amaze things for drastically changed in last couple of years. You can reach there either via ropeway or via your won vehicle but be careful the road is very narrow, steep and have 3-4 hair pin turns. I would suggest the ropeway as it covers entry fees of 50 bucks as well so it would be a reasonable deal. They have made an amusement park sort of thing at Bhatta falls. They have some adventure activities like swings, zip lings and few others. For small kids they have battery operated cars and bikes. To relax they have made small gardens to relax and a restaurant to fill your tummy. However the food quality/taste and the cost are not in sync. I would prefer to void the restaurant. Thye have made a small artificial lake as well with few boats in it. Overall a good place to spend few hours. The good part is that you dont have to plan it during the stay at Mussoorie but you can visit it on your way back from there.Written 8 January 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Category : Nature
Ideal Time - 1-2 Hrs/ Rating 4 Out 5
Jharipani Fall:The cascading Jharipani Falls is located on Mussoorie-Jharipani road about 9 km from Mussoorie. From here one needs to cover a favourable distance of 1.5 km either by bus, car or on foot to reach the waterfall. The enchanting Jharipani Falls offers a picturesque view of the Shivalik Range.Need to Walk 2km To reach fall.Advisable to visit from 7: AM to 6 PMWritten 27 December 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.