Himachal Pradesh is stunning, it's a tourist destination known for a strong bond with every kind of traveler. Whenever the thought of a vacation away from the hustle bustle comes to mind, the name of this state's attractions pops up. Talking of one such city spending its days in the companionship of the Dhauladhar ranges is, Dharamshala. The hill station is popularly known for offering the perfect setting to travelers and a number of things to do. Located in the upper reaches of the Kangra Valley, Dharamshala sits at an elevation of 1475 meters and is home to the 14th Dalai Lama of the Tibetan sect of Buddhism.
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Further, Dharamshala is a year-round destination. You don't have to think a lot before packing your bags and zooming right away to this city. However, the best time to visit Dharamshala is summers. The weather remains pleasant during this season with the temperature ranging between 20° C and 35° C. Travelers can easily go for trekking and sightseeing tours. Triund trek, Indrahar Pass trek, Laka Glacier trek and Indrahar Pass trek to Chamba are some of the top expeditions of Dharamshala. The winter season is a good time to visit Dharamshala for honeymooners.
Also known as Little Lhasa, the city is blessed with scintillating lakes, enlightening temples, shimmering waterfalls, and age-old forts, and museums. To begin with, the Tsuglagkhang Complex is one of the most popular attractions of Dharamshala. Situated on the Temple road, the complex was sculpted by the 14th Dalai Lama when he visited India for the first time in 1959. The place serves as the abode of the Dalai Lama and also houses the Namgyal Monastery.
Some other shrines that Dharamshala is home to are Gyuto Monastery, Bhagsunag Temple, Masroor Rock Cut Temple, and St. John in the Wilderness Church. After a spiritual tour, travelers can head to the amusing Kareri Dal Lake and Bhagsunag Waterfalls to feel refreshed. Along with that, history and architecture buffs can visit places namely Kangra Fort, Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, and Kangra Art Museum.
Every direction that you head towards, a new cultural, spiritual and rejuvenating experience awaits your presence. That is what this wondrous city in Himachal Pradesh is all about. Don’t overthink, plan a visit or just take a pick from our meticulously crafted Dharamshala holiday packages. Our travel experts consider all your preferences, budget and make sure you get the best of the best.