Kempty Falls, Nature’s Gift

Kempty Falls is situated in the state of Utterakhand in India, at a distance of 15 km from Mussoorie, at an altitude of 1364 meters above sea level. Kempty Falls is among the places to visit in Mussoorie.

Kempty FallsKempty Falls. Photo Courtesy – Wikimedia commons

At Kempty falls, the falls appear to be somersaulting, before the streams hit the ground. Kempty Falls is a beautiful five tier water fall, surrounded by thick green mountain ranges. Kempty Falls is an ideal location to enjoy the beauty of nature; It is one of the best gifts of Nature. You can listen to the music of water!

You may go for fishing here. Fishing permits can be obtained from the Divisional Forest Office at Mussoorie.

Kempty Falls is a falls which can enjoyed all through the year, except during the heavy monsoon months of July and August.

How Do I Go to Kempty Falls?

Kempty Falls is at a distance of just 15 kilometers from the famous hill station of Mussoorie, on the Chakrata Road or Yamunothri Road.

Deharadun, the capital of Uttarakhand state, is the nearest city having airport. It is around 2 hours drive from Kempty Falls, at around 45 kilometers distance. Dehra Dun is also the city with nearest railway station to the Falls.

Deharadun is well connected to other parts of India by road.

Is Accommodation Available Near Kempty Falls?

Kempty Falls and its surrounding areas are fast developing as an ideal weekend get-away place near New Delhi, at around 285 kilometers distance from the capital of India. There are many Eco-friendly huts around the Kempty Falls for tourists to stay. Star rated facilities at some of the best hotels are available at nearby cities like Mussoorie, Deharadun, etc.

George Thiruvilakalayil George

Travel Related Blog Writer at touristinindia.com
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