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Dharamshala is known as the little Lhasa in India that is also renowned as the holy residence of the Dalai Lama. This beautiful hill station is located in the Kangra District whose upper-division is known as Mcleodganj and the lower division is called Dharamshala. You get to learn or educate yourself the best with the Buddhism and Tibetan culture amidst the majestic Dhauladhar ranges.


The best time that you can choose to pay a visit to Dharamshala is between the months of February to June that is the spring and summer season when the climate is moderate with the cool breeze blowing. The rainfall season is not advisably proper for the fear of landslides and cancellations of transfers and sightseeing, whereas the snow lovers can surely pay a visit in the months from December to February. If you seek to carry out a holiday in this beautiful hill station, then purchase a Dharamshala holiday package that is personalized.

About Dharamshala

Library of Tibetan Works and Archives is one of the best institutions to pay a visit that is engaged with the study and research of Buddhism with 80,000 manuscripts, 600 Buddhist artifacts that you can witness.

Dharamshala Cricket Stadium is another major attraction of the place that is located at a height of 1457 m above the sea level and is known to be one of the highest sports grounds in the world with brilliant sceneries surrounding.

War Memorial is situated in the pine forests just 2 km away from Dharamshala. You will also discover the famous British era GPG college that is worth your visit.

Dal Lake is just 11 km away from Dharamshala and is known for the beautiful views it has to offer and the surrounding hills and deodar trees. This location can be selected as a point for trekking and excursions.

The tea garden is something you cannot miss for this region is very beautiful across the Kangra Valley renowned for the good quality of tea that you cherish on a daily basis.

Triund is a 9 km trek located at a distance of 6 km from Dharamshala from where you can get panoramic views of the Moon Peak-Indra Pass that is one of the most sought locations for picnics and rejuvenation.