Visiting Places in Dharamshala
Dharamshala

Visiting Places in Dharamshala

The seat of Tibetan Buddhism, Dharamshala exuberates a feel two calm two and peace. It is a vibrant mosaic of Buddhist and Himachali culture. Stroll through the markets to keep for handwoven woolen scarves and Kullu shawls or sample tasty momos and tantalizing thukpa. Surrounded via snow-capped peaks, there are lots of trekking possibilities with Indrahar ignore being the most popular. In Dharamshala, we have activities like Hiking, Trekking, Rock Climbing, Paragliding, Heritage walk.

 

Best Visiting Places in Dharamshala

  • Bhagsu Waterfalls
  • Bhagsu Nath Temple
  • Kalachakra Temple
  • Dalai Lama Temple Complex
  • St. John Church
  • Dharamshala Cricket Stadium
  • Namgyal Monastery
  • War Memorial
  • Kangra Fort
  • Kangra Art Museum
  • Masroor Rock-Cut Temple
  • Jwalaji Temple
  • Library of Tibetan Works and Archives
  • Gyuto Monastery
  • Tea Gardens
  • Jwala Devi Temple
  • Tsuglagkhang Mcleodganj
  • Trekking

Bhagsu Waterfall

Bhagsu Waterfall is a roaring waterfall flowing all the way from Dhauldhars glaciers to Dharamshala. In Bhagsu Nag, this waterfall is 3 km from Mcleod Ganj and 10 km from Dharamshala. This position is also venerable for a temple visited by pilgrims during their journey to Dharamshala, in the expectation that their wishes will come true.

Dharamshala Cricket Stadium

This stadium has counted as one of the world’s most beautiful stadiums and one of Dharamshala’s famous tourist spots. The seating area overlooks the mighty ranges at Dhauldhar. Watching a cricket match while enjoying the snow-covered hills nearby is a treat during the winters. The stadium provides tourists with even leisure sports such as gully cricket. It is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and tickets are 20rs per person.

Kangra Fort

Kangra Fort is one of Dharamshala’s famous tourist destinations and known as an engineering wonder. This Fort occupies a long strip of land that looks majestic, with a high rampart. The fort’s walls span a distance of about four kilometers, facing the Himalayan Mountains. This Fort is India’s oldest established fortress. Jahangir Gate, Ahani and Amiri Darwaza, Andheri Darwaza, Darsani Darwaza, Lakshminarayan Temple, Shish Mahal, Polygonal Watch, Kapoor Sagar Tank are just a few important places to visit within the fort. This was founded by Raja Susarma Chandra in the year 3500.

Namgyal Monastery

Namgyal Monastery in Dharmashala is an important tourist location. It marketed as a place where Tibetan culture can learn and preserved. It is home to nearly 200 monks, the entire complex’s atmosphere is highly surreal and enchanting. Nestled among the hills, the views from the premises are very stunning, so take a break.

Pong Dam

Pong Dam is one of Himachal Pradesh’s largest water bodies and is a popular campsite. During summers, the atmosphere of the place is magical when the water released in the river. The sunset and sunrise views are too beautiful for words to describe. The dam is also a popular bird-watching destination and plays host too many migratory birds coming from Russia and many other countries all the way here.

 

Hotels in Dharmashala

  1. Hotel King Castle.
  2. Hotel the Nest
  3. Fortune Park Moksha – ITC Hotel group
  4. D Polo club and Spa Resort
  5. Norbu House Hotel
  6. The Vaikunth
  7. Hotel Mount view Mcleodganj
  8. Udechee Huts
  9. Shalom Backpackers Mcleodganj
  10. Hotel The Eden
  11. Hotel Dharamshala Paradise
  12. White Water inn
  13. Blossoms Village Resort
  14. Citrus Hotel
  15. Asia Health resort and Spa
  16. Zostel Mcleodganj
  17. D’s Casa
  18. White Ridge Hotel
  19. Hotel Shiva Sanctuary
  20. Hotel Pink House.
  21. Asia Health Resorts and Spa
  22. Highland Village Resort
  23. Dev Bhoomi Fams and Cottages
  24. The Grand Himqueen

Other than the above hotels, we have N number of OYO Hotels available with the best rates. So why are you thinking??? Pack your bags to enjoy Dharamshala.

Best Time to visit Dharamshala

You can visit this beautiful town during the summer months, as the weather is perfect for sightseeing and outdoor locations during this season. Throughout summer, winter, and monsoon, there are many highlights to look for. Here winters are frigid with occasional snowfalls, but it makes the valley look even more stunning. Monsoons (July-early September) should be avoided as it can hamper your travel plans, but unlike other parts of Himachal and Uttarakhand, this place doesn’t receive very heavy rainfall.

How to Reach Dharamshala?

We have 3 options to reach Dharamshala

Option 1 By Air

We will reach by flight the nearest airport is at Gaggal, about 13 km away from Dharamshala. It well connected with daily flights from different locations in India. Delhi, Chandigarh, and Amritsar are Dharamshala’s closest airports and car or bus can continue their journey.

Option 2 By Train

One more option an overnight train journey is a good option to reach. The nearest big railway station is at Pathankot. 85 Kms from Dharamshala.

Option 3 By Road

It well connected with all the nearby cities. Most of the travelers preferred drive from Delhi via Chandigarh, Kiratpur, and Bilaspur. All bus services available from all major cities in North India. Dharamshala is reachable from Delhi, Chandigarh and other Himachal Pradesh tourist destinations by road. Busses from all these places regularly fly to Dharamshala. The Dharamshala is from Delhi for 12 hours, Chandigarh for 8 hours and Manali for 5 hours. For local sightseeing, one can also hire a car to reach here and then use the same.

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