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Dharamshala


Dharamshala is situated on the slop of Dhauladhar mountains; one of the famous peak of Kangra Valley. Dharamshala Hill Station gives you a chance to witness the Buddhist cultural heritage that is still thriving in the country. The place is dominated by the Tibetan people and is the refuge of Dalai Lama, the famous Tibetan leader. The Dharamshala Himachal Pradesh Tour arranged by us is accompanied by experienced guides who make your outings more informative and pleasurable. So just avail our Dharamshala Tour Packages and explore the mystic places of this spiritual city.

Places to see in Dharamshala

 


Macleodganj

Macleodganj is famous for the Tibetan settlement. The Dalai Lama resides in Macleodganj, which is now a major centre of Tibetan culture. It is full of bustling markets that sell carpets, handicrafts and delicious Tibetan food.


Triund (2,975 m)

Triund is the scenic picnic spot at famous for its Spectacular views and pleasant forest rest houses.(10 Km)


Kunal Pathri

It is a rock temple to the local goddess.(3Km)


Dal Lake

This lake is a popular picnic spot surrounded by forests with plentiful fir. An annual fair is held here, every September.(11 Km)


Dharamkot (2,100m)

Above Upper Dharamsala is the Dharmkot Hill with a panoramic view of the majestic Dhauladhars.(11Km)


Bhagsunath

The shrine of Bhagsunath is located here, which is an easy walk from the Macleodganj Bazaar. There is a waterfall not far away from this place. (11 Km)


Chamunda Devi Temple

Chamunda Devi is a famous tourist attraction of the place. It offers a glorious view of the mountains.(15 Km)


Trilokpur

Trilokpur has a natural cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva which has stalactite and stalagmite formations.(41 Km)


Masrur

The Beautiful temples in Masrur are carved out of monolithic rocks in the style of the Kailash Temple at Ellora.


Nurpur

The ruined fort and Krishna temple at Nurpur are noted for fine wood carving. Nurpur, which was named after the Mughal Empress Nurjehan, is famous for its fine Pashmina shawls and textiles.(66 Km).


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