Saurabh Van Vihar

Saurabh Van Vihar

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Located at: Palampur
Himachal Pradesh, India

In order to enable the visitors to enjoy the nature & make them aware of the importance of nature & environment, a nature park namely "Saurabh Van Vihar" at Palampur over 13 hectare area has been established. It is located on the right bank of Neugal Khad near Kandi bridge in the lap of Dhauladhar ranges, in village Kwat, 4 km from Palampur town. Saurabh Van Vihar is developed in the memory of Martyr Lt. Saurabh Kalia, who sacrificed his life during Kargil operation on 9th June, 1999. This tourist park is bounded by majestic and picturesque Dhauladhar mountain ranges in the north and north-east.

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Time people usually spend here:2 hours
Latitude/Longitude:
32.1290295°N, 76.5316571°E

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Overall Rating:4.4

reviews
  '3' out of 5
"The garden made in memory of Kargil martyr Late Captain Saurabh Kalia. Good layout and concept. Great location. Poorly maintained."
  '4' out of 5
"Nice place for panic and children outing. You enjoy forest cover and peaceful environment. A small pond is situated here where you can enjoy boating. "
  '5' out of 5
"Very relaxing place. Family point as well. Palampur is very clean and decent city."
  '5' out of 5
"Well maintained memorial park. Also got good boating in a small clean lake."
  '4' out of 5
"Good place, lot to walk, overall setup of the garden is very nice and so the small river running just close by, the Dhauladhar view and the hanging bridge"

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