Dharamshala Group Tour

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Dharamshala, really a bit of paradise on earth. The slope station is situated against the scenery of the grand Dhauladhar Mountains and roosted on high inclines in the upper ranges of the Kangra Valley.

Day When to visit

You can tour Dharamshala at whatever time in the year; however, the perfect season will be between late February and March when the Losar Festival happens.

Places to visit:

Kareri Lake
Dal Lake

The delightful Kareri Lake is a grand spot for visitor exercises. Kareri Lake is a high height, shallow, crisp water lake arranged in the midst of thick woods

Dal Lake lies straight toward Naddi, the best Destination in Dharamshala and is likewise prevalent as a nightfall point. Shiva Mandir is arranged on the banks of this lake

Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple
Kangra fort

The Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple is devoted to its diety, Lord Shiva. The sanctuary is to a great degree prevalent for its lingam which is put much beneath the ground level.

Being one of the biggest and most seasoned fortifications in India, the Kangra Fort is placed 20 km from Dharamsala and 3 km from Kangra.

Namgyal Monastery

Tsuglagkhang Complex is the radiant homestead the Tibetan pioneer, Dalai Lama. It is arranged at the southern end of the town and is gone by a large number of travelers..

Namgyal Monastery is a consecrated building encasing the living arrangement of the Dalai Lama. Lavish pine timberlands encompass the cloister.

Kangra art museum

Triund is the name of a peak in the Dhauladhar scopes of The Himalayas renowned for visitor exercises, a 9 km trek from Mcleodganj.

The Kangra Art Museum shows novel curios of Tibetan and Buddhist society. The museum conserves Kangra valley’s cultural past, crafts, arts and other ancient artefacts.

Baijnath temple
Bhagsunag falls

The Baijnath sanctuary is arranged at a separation of 36 km east of Kangra. This sanctuary of Lord Shiva is renowned for the Linga.

Bhagsu Falls is one of the fundamental attractions of McLeod Ganj. It is 11 Km from Dharamshala and there are some great trek courses to Triund from here.

Jwalamukhi temple

A burning fire that is by all accounts blazing continually from the rocks rather than an icon is the thing that this Temple is acclaimed for.

Corporate Adventure Activities


Dharamsala turns out to be a well known base for trekking in Himachal Pradesh.

Rock Climbing

The interesting town of Dharamshala offers numerous open doors for rock climbing game also.

How to reach

Pathankot is the closest expansive gage track terminal to Dharamshala. From Pathankot there is a limited gage line up to Kangra (94 km) and from here Dharamshala is 17 km by street

The closest airplane terminal is at Gaggal (14 km away)

Immediate and standard transport Package from Delhi (520 km), Chandigarh (250 km), Jammu (210 km), Shimla (238 km), Chamba (185 km) and Manali (240 km) is accessible at low price.

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