Located in Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh, surrounded by dense coniferous forest of Cedar and Deodar, Dharamshala (altitude 1457 metres) is best known today for the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government in exile. A Holiday in Dharamshala is both mentally and spiritually satisfying as the Tibetans believe that the place is where god resides .Nestled in the shadows of Dhauladhar ...
Located in Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh, surrounded by dense coniferous forest of Cedar and Deodar, Dharamshala (altitude 1457 metres) is best known today for the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government in exile. A Holiday in Dharamshala is both mentally and spiritually satisfying as the Tibetans believe that the place is where god resides .Nestled in the shadows of Dhauladhar range ,it is just the ideal destination for your Holiday in Dharamshala The picturesque locale attracts hundreds throughout the year for their Dharamshala Holidays , a sought after affair.
What is the best Time to Visit Dharamshala?
The Best time to take your Dharamshala Holidays is the summer months, Apr –June and again October and November. Winter has its own charm with snow fall in December / January and to many it becomes a major among many Dharamshala Attractions for taking a Trip to Dharamshala.
What is the Ideal Duration for Dharamshala Trip?
The ideal duration of a Trip to Dharamshala is 4 days (3 nights).Many preferred to include Kangra (30 km) as Dharamshala Excursions to see the historic Kangra fort and other attractions. Many others prefer to include Dalhousie (120 km) as a combined destination for their Holiday in Dharamshala.
How much does it cost to Holiday in Dharamshala?
A 4 day Holiday in Dharamshala will cost Rs 6500 per person. Inclusion of places for Dharamshala Excursions will cost more. You can also choose a Dharamshala Holiday Package for your Trip to Dharamshala.
What are the Top Attractions in Dharamshala?
Dharamshala and McLeod ganj (or upper Dharamshala ) has a distinct, visible Tibetan presence and the main Dharamshala Attractions are Dalai Lama Temple ,Tibet Museum ,Library of Tibetan monks ,Namgyal Monastery – the overwhelming attraction of course remains the Nature ,with dense coniferous forests around and the beautiful Dhauladhar range encircling ,it is a feast to the eyes and the mind too – sightseeing trips to Bhagsu falls, St. John in the Wilderness Church are among the Things to do in Dharamshala .Triund hills (18 km ) is a must visit place for adventure enthusiast for trekking and camping – a night in a tent can be of eternal bliss ; even a short trek will offer a fantastic view of the mountains and will make you Trip to Dharamshala memorable.
What are the top items in Dharamshala Cuisine?
On your Holiday in Dharamshala you will discover that the place for food is an ideal international mix –while there is an overwhelming Tibetan influence with Momo and Thukpa being the most common street food, other varieties like the Belgian, Korean and Japanese are quite popular too – in fact because of predominant Tibetan population, Tibetan cuisine is the local choice. Indian varieties are also available easily –but in your Trip to Dharamshala you must sample the various international items that are commonly available. Homemade Tarts, Pan Cakes are special items you should never miss on your Dharamshala Holidays and so is the Honey Ginger Lemon Tea.
What is the best way to get around in Dharamshala?
Hill stations are for walking and Dharamshala is no exception – many of the Dharamshala Attractions like St. Johns Church is a walk away from Mall road – autos ply within the town as the main local transport and for going to attractions like Bhagsu falls and Triund hired car is the best option. On your Holiday in Dharamshala you can easily travel between Macleod ganj (upper part of the town) and Dharamshala (6 km) by autos, share jeeps, Buses .If you are on Dharamshala Tour Packages all local travel will be covered.
What is the best way to reach Dharamshala?
The best way to begin your Dharamshala Holidays is to reach Pathankot by rail and then take road option to reach Dharamshala 85 km away. If you wish to enjoy mountain railway then take the Pathankot –Jogindernagar hill train to Kangra (12 km from Dharamshala) and then take taxi /bus. Another route for your Trip to Dharamshala is through Una which is a rail point and then by road to Dharamshala, 120 km away.
Is Dharamshala safe for women and Kids?
Dharamshala safe for Women and child and it is not uncommon to find women both, Indian and foreigners taking a solo Holiday in Dharamshala.
How to get a visa to Dharamshala?
Dharamshala is in Himachal Pradesh which is part of India – no separate visa is needed for foreigners planning to take Dharamshala Holidays.
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