This 6 nights 7 Days tour of Thrilling West Himachal starts from Mcleodganj. Mcleodganj, which is famously known as “Little Lhasa (Tibet) of India” and is situated in the outskirts of Dharamshala. It is a small and beautiful hill station with a blend of Tibetan and Indian culture situated at a height of 2082 mts (6831 feet). The place is nestled amidst the mighty hills of Dhauladhars and is a great weekend getaway for people living in Chandigarh,New Delhi, Gurgaon, Ambala and other neighbouring cities.
Bhagsu waterfall is a surreal waterfall located in the Bhagsu village near Mcleodganj. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The view from the top of the Kangra Valley is something which is not to be missed. The Dalai Lama Temple and Tibetan Museum will let you get an insight about the Tibetan people, their life, culture, philosophy and much more.
Kalatop trek lies amidst the Kalatop Khajjiar wildlife sanctuary, which lies in the Chamba district of the Himachal Pradesh. The trek takes you amidst dense deodar forests and fir trees away from Dalhousie. There are also pine and coniferous trees and Himalayan vistas surrounding which makes it a really scenic trek.
The next day can be spent in exploring Khajjiar, which is also known as the “Mini Switzerland of India”, which has vast green plateaus and streams and lakes with cattles grazing the field. This is one the most famous hill stations of India, because of serene and calm surroundings. The day can be spent exploring the vast green vistas of Khajjiar, taking small hikes around the area and much more.
Panchpula waterfall is a major tourist attraction in Dalhousie where the locals also gather as it is a famous picnic spot as well. After spending some time here, you can go for local shopping in famous markets of Dalhousie which has many quaint eating and hangout spots. Some of the famous local dishes to try here are momos and thukpa. You can even go for souvenir shopping here as well.
Chamba is a town in Himachal Pradesh situated near the banks of the river Ravi. This little town amidst the Himalayan mountain ranges has a lot to offer in terms of the history and culture of Himachal Pradesh. The famous Luxmi Narayan Temple was built in the 10th century and it is one of the largest and oldest temples in Chamba district. The most unique feature of this temple is that it has six beautifully carved stone shikaras. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Shiva. Another famous and locally revered temple is the Chamunda Devi temple, which is dedicated to Goddess Kali. The temple is situated on a hilltop which offers a stunning view of the Chamba Valley and the river Ravi. Bhuri Singh Museum was founded in 1908 and is dedicated to the ancient cultures and traditions of the Kingdom of Chamba. It has more than 8500 art objects and antique bits related to the archaeology and cultural anthropology of the place. Spend some serene and peaceful time at the local lakes in Chamba and take in every bit of the surroundings.
Nestled on the mountain tops of Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh, Mcleodganj is the ultimate destination for travelers who want to experience a tete-a-tete with nature. It is also referred to as Lh ...
McLeodganj is a very popular travel destination in Dharamshala. Being just 250 km (5 hours) journey from Chandigarh and around 475 km (9-10 hours) journey from Delhi, McLeodganj has become a hotspot f ...
Nestled amidst scenic surroundings, Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh is an ideal travel destination for peace seekers. With stunning snow-peaked Dhauladhars in the background, this charming hill retrea ...