Dharamsala is known for its serene natural beauty. It is also known as the main centre to visit Tibetan culture in India. Dharamsala is surrounded by the Dhauladhar ranges of Himachal Pradesh and covered by pine and conifer trees, if you are planning for holidaying in Himachal Pradesh? Don’t forget this idea because streams and monasteries combine to give the best experience of holidaying in a Dharamsala city of Himachal Pradesh.
There are many more tourist attractions in Dharamsala which continue to attract people from different states and nations. You can check out the huge statues of the Lord Buddha at Mcleodganj among other places of interest in Dharamshala.
List of Tourist Attraction in Dharamsala
Bhagsunag Falls: - Bhagsunag Falls is one of the most scenic places to visit in Dharamsala. That is pretty cold but full of minerals
St. John's Church: - This church lies between Forsythe and McLeod Ganj. It is on the 8 km walk from Lower Dharamsala. St. John's is one of the oldest churches in the Dharamsala and has a memorial dedicated to Lord Elgin. Built in the Gothic style, it has stained glass windows and floors of cobble stones.
Kangra Art Museum: - This popular museum exhibits the art and culture of the Dhauladhar region. Royal artifacts, dresses, shamianas, jewelry, manuscripts, coins, photographs and sculptures are on display.
Triund: - Lying at a distance of 20 kilometers from Dharamsala, Triund is a spectacular location. Set in the foothills of the snow covered Dhauladhar Range; this tourist attraction is mainly known for its trekking activities and picnic spots. Triund is easily accessible from Mcleodganj and is home to Snow leopards, bear, birds, wild goats and pigs.
Dharamkot: - This magical spot is located at the summit of Dharamkot Hill. Just 11 km away from Dharamshala, Dharamkot offers you panoramic views of the Kangra Valley, the surrounding ranges and the Pong Dam Lake.
Kareri: - This is a great picnic spot that lies at a distance of 22 kilometers from the famous Kotwali Bazaar. It is known for its pristine Kareri Lake that is surrounded by green meadows and forests with pine and oak trees. It also has Kali and Durbasa temples that are worshipped by many visiting Dharamsala.
Nurpur: - Located at a distance of 66 kilometers from Dharamsala, Nurpur is named after the beloved wife of Jahangir, the Mughal Emperor. It is famous for its beautiful Krishna temple and historical fort.