Dharamshala Hill Station
Dharamshala is hill town roosted on a goad of the Dhauladhar range in the foothills of the Himalayas. The town is offers a charming perspective of thick pine and deodar backwoods, various streams, cool solid air, alluring surroundings and the close-by snowline. A photo flawless destination, Dharamshala is brimming with life yet quiet and tranquil.
Activities: Rock Climbing, Paragliding, Rappelling, Flying Fox, Urban Zipline, Trekking, Night Camping etc.
Best Places to Visit:
Namgyal Monastery: Namgyal Monastery was set up by the third Dalai Lama in 1575 and was moved to Dharamshala following after the 1959 Tibetan uprising. The religious community or the monastery is one of the significant learning and social centers of the Tibetan populated in Dharamsala. The monastery right now houses around 200 Tibetan monks and is a standout amongst the most frequented spots in Dharamshala.
Dharamshala Cricket Stadium: The home ground of Himachal Pradesh State cricket team, Dharamshala Cricket Stadium (DCS) is a universally famous stadium. It is thought to be a standout amongst the most alluring cricket stadiums of India because of the encompassing surroundings and naturalistic beauty.
Dalai Lama Temple Complex: The Dalai Lama Temple Complex is a wonderful, tranquil and quiet spot located in Upper Dharamshala, just a short walk away from the Mcleod Ganj Bus Stand. Decorated with the colorful prayer flags, it’s ideal for long peaceful strolls, or early morning meditation with chanting monks.
Bhagsunang Temple: Located close to Mcleodganj bazaar, the temple of Lord Shiva is a religious place which attracts a lot of devotees from all around the world.
Kangra Art Museum: Kangra Art Museum is a standout amongst the most alluring spots that visitor and history specialists like to see. It shows the rich past of Dharamshala.
Other great tourist spots include: St. John Church, Norbulingka Institute, War Memorial, Tibetan Buddhism Monastery and many more.
Best Time To Visit: March to June