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Weekend Getaway Dharamshala - 2 Nights 3 Days 4 nights 5 days

Unforgettable Holiday Experience exploring the exquisiteness of nature Dharamshala Hill Station is known for its scenic & beautiful landscapes


Overview

This is a hill station lying on the spur of the Dhauladhar range about 17 Km north- east of Kangra town. This hill station is wooded with oak and conifer trees and snow capped mountains enfold three sides of the town while the valley stretches in front.


Access

By Road - Direct and regular bus service from Delhi, Chandigarh, Jammu , Shimla , Chamba and Manali 

By Rail - Pathankot is the nearest broad gauge railway terminal to Dharamsala. From Pathankot there is a narrow gauge railway line up to Kangra (94 Km) and from here Dharamshala is 17 Km by road.

By Air - Nearest airport is Gaggal.


Itinerary

Over Night Journey 
After an overnight journey of around 520kms. from Delhi 


check-in to hotel at Dharamshala. After having breakfast Visit Mcleodganj known as mini Tibet and Palampur tea estates overnight stay at Dharamshala.


After Having Breakfast visit Dal lake--The Dal Lake is the venue of the annual fair that takes place in the month of September. For the nature lovers long walk to Naddi from Dharamsala is worth it. In Naddi the Dhauladhar ranges offer panoramic views that will capture your heart. Overnight stay at Dharamshala

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After  breakfast, checkout from hotel at 12 noon than proceed towards Delhi in the evening.
“End of Tour” 



Bhagsunag Temple

Bhagsunag temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is one of the most ancient temples and one of the most frequented tourist places to see in Dharamshala. Every year thousands of pilgrims flock to this temple, nestled in lofty hills and winding trails. The surrounding beauty of this temple has made it one of the most mesmerizing tourist attractions in Dharamshala

Kareri Dal Lake

Kareri Dal Lake is named after its marvellous counterpart of Kashmir. Its spell-binding beauty and calm setting make it one of the most popular places to see in Dharamshala. The stunning lake is surrounded by lush green deodar vegetation and snow-capped mountains.

Gyuto Monastery

Gyuto Monastery is the residence of Karmapa - the Head of the Kagyu Tibetan Buddhism. It is quite popular for its research on Buddhist Philosophy, Tantric rituals, and Tantric meditation. This famous monastery was built in the memory of soldiers who devoted their lives to Tibet Freedom War.

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