Wilson Hill snapshot
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Wilson hill is located 27 km away from Dharampur city and is at a height of 750 m above sea level. The hill is known for a marble chhatri, dedicated to the British Governor Wilson. This place is suitable for rock climbing and mountaineering.
The last king of Dharampur, Vijay Dev gave this hill its name, Wilson Hill, after Lord Wilson, who was the Governor of Bombay between 1923 and 1928. The hill is located close to the famous Pangarbari Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home to different animals and avifauna species.
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- Fauza Pandher
- Lives in Ludhiana
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This place is more attractive than Saputara, more lavish greenery than Saputara. Waterfalls rivers and more to explore, must to visit from June to February, during rainy season it is awesome. Carry your camera for capturing excellent views now a days there is no lodging arrangements, nearest place to stay is Dharampur which is approximately 25 kms. You can get local food at the village cooked in their way. Nihari is the restaurant which is managed by local adivasi people, they cook and serve excellent local vegetarian food you can get non vegetarian food at local homes. They provide you desi fowl as non veg, food which is different in taste from city fowls, you will love it.More » « Less
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