Awaken your spiritual being in Dharamshala which is established in the year 1849 by British with an intention of enjoying at a place where they could escape the heat of the plains. The Elevation of Dharamshala is 1457 Metres above the sea level. With the passing time, Dharamshala has turned into a desirable place and segregated into two distinct parts; Lower Dharamshala - the main business area with Courts and Kotwali Bazar, and Upper Dharamshala include of Mcleodganj and Forsyth Ganj. Dharmshala got more popular after it became the official residence of the exiled Tibetan holy leader, Dalai Lama. Surrounded by the snowy Dhauladhar range, this beautiful city is enveloped by dense pine forests. So, Plan your next trip with our Dharamshala Tour Packages and enjoy the magnificent beauty of these places.
Place To Visit In Dharamshala –
Located about 5 km away from Mcleodganj, Norbulingka Institute comprises of the customary temple, museum buildings, carved woodwork, rare and legendary paintings, etc.
Dalai Lama Temple:
Find complete solace at Dalai Lama Temple in Dharmshala. The complex is a beautiful and peaceful place located in Upper Dharamshala, just a short walk away from the Mcleod Ganj. Decorated with the colorful prayer flags, you can enjoy taking lazy walks, or early morning meditation with chanting monks.
Get the perfect view at Triund Hills - the crown jewel of Dharamshala. Situated in the lap of Dhauladhar mountain, it is also a known trek, attracting a lot of tourists across the country and globe, every year.
The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium (HPCA Stadium) or the Dharamshala Cricket Stadium (DCS) is one of the most beautiful cricket stadiums in the world of cricket arena. It is located in Dharamshala and was opened in the year 2003.
Get the panoramic view of the Bhagsu waterfalls located just 11 km from the city of Dharamshala. Standing at a height of 30 feet, Bhagsu waterfall is one of the main attractions of Dharamshala.
St. John Church:
Popularly known as the St. John Church in Wilderness, the St. John Church is an ancient monument situated in Dharamshala and is also one of the oldest churches in Northern India. The church with its unique gothic nature has a connection to the Church of England thereby crediting it with more significant importance.
The Tibet Museum is the official museum of the Central Tibetan Administration's Department of Information and International Relations. Located near the main temple of the 14th Dalai Lama, Tsuglag Khang, in the Dharamsala suburb of McLeod Ganj, the museum gives a run-through of the Tibet culture and values.