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We went to Lamahatta on a daytrip from Darjeeling. The main attraction here is the road-side garden which is beautifully setup with tall pine trees in the backdrop. You can hike up to the lake on top, which is calm and serene. There are many...More
Takes your breath away!!
Amazing place to stopby and relax amidst the nature of those super tall trees. Small trails up the hill leads to a lake topped with clouds which hit your face in mesmarisation!!
Lamahatta is located 6km from Tinchuley village in Dargeeling district. This place is surrounded by Pine forest where you can have a small hike which will lead you to a water body (sacred lake ) above. It will take around 25 minutes to reach to...More
En route to Darjeeling from Gangtok, is Lamahata pine garden. Insist upon ur driver to stop. The entry ticket is Rs 10. There is a pathway leading up through the age old pine trees to a man made water body. Its a mild climb. Drink...More
We accidentally visited this place but no regrets. Lamahatta is beautiful and serene place away from the hustle and bustle of Darjeeling. You will fall in love with this place once u visit. There are nice homestays in the area. We stayed at the Lamahatta...More
The Lamahatta mini conifer forest is a very pretty tourist spot that is a must visit for every tourist. It is a unique eco-tourist park that is located right on the Kalimpong-Darjeeling highway. One can get the view of Lamahatta village, the mountains as well...More
Its on the highway linking darjeeling and gangtok. A small park developed by the villagers.They have a made nice trail to the hill top.The trail is among the pine forest which is magnificent..couldnot go up to the top as we got late already..
We stopped here when we are going to Gangtok from Darjeeling.. some locals suggested this place..
Excellent location..At the backdrop of the garden is a forest of pine trees. There is a trail through the forest that leads to a lake. We took some time...More
Response from Niladry S | Reviewed this property |
actually i stayed in darjeeling. during my stay i was at lamhatta for day out bcz its around 45 mins to 1 hr journey from darjeeling to lamhatta. so i dont hv ne idea regarding hotel/homestays in lamhatta/tinchuley.