Why is Dalhousie famous for?

Himachal the queen of hills, it is a tourist’s paradise in all senses be it experiencing serene valleys, pulsating rivers, beautiful flora & fauna, or the mystic aura of nature that people got lost into. Himachal is not about Shimla, Kasauli, Manali, or Dharamshala it has a lot more to offer and when it comes to experiencing something pristine then Dalhousie is the picture-perfect hill station situated in the lap of nature full of forest trails, mighty hills, flowing streams, valleys full of pine trees, a mesmerizing colonial architecture that allure tourists from all across the globe. Dalhousie is fondly called as mini Switzerland of India all thanks to its natural scenic views. This place is also home to some of the most beautiful Tibetan monasteries, Himachali handicrafts.

This beautiful town got its name from British Governor Lord Dalhousie who chooses this town as his summer retreat in the British colonial era in India. Dalhousie is situated at a height of 1,970 meters with stunning panoramic views that will sweep your feet away with its magic. If you are ready to indulge in the pure and pious beauty of nature then we at Trekking nation are always here for you to help you experience some unforgettable moments to enjoy in the most fulfilling way possible. 

Dalhousie is an exemplary town, ideal for people who love to take strolls and appreciate the beautiful scenery that this town has to offer, you can take long walks on the roads with your family, friends, and companions surrounded by deodar trees. You can explore and shop at Gandhi chowk which is the epicenter of Dalhousie where you can buy some exquisite and unique handicrafts made by local artists. You can also buy some good-quality Kashmiri shawls from the Himachal Handloom Industry Emporium. Our Dalhousie package also includes a trip to nearby tourist spots such as Khajjiar, Chamba, Bharmaur, Chhatrari, and a lot more. 

What are the attractions of Dalhousie?

Khajjiar: This small and scenic town is situated at 6500 feet above sea level and is known for its amazing beautiful landscapes that will capture your attention at the first glance. This is the perfect place to enjoy some relaxing and rejuvenating times in the valley surrounded by endless natural beauty. Visit this amazing place and explore alluring Khajjiar lake and old mud houses from the top of this peak it is true it is a sight worth capturing you can also visit the famous Pholani Devi temple, Indian Air Force station at Dainkund Peak.

Satdhara falls: You can visit this amazing waterfall which is situated 2036 feet above sea level. This is for some adventure lovers as they can take a dip in the waterfall and play some water games with their friends and family. Visit this place and get lost in the serene and the sound of the gushing clear water and forget about the daily hustle-bustle of life.

Kalatop wildlife sanctuary: This is a perfect place for people who love to appreciate flora and fauna as this place is full of dense forests and wild animals that you cannot see anywhere. You can see some rare species like Himalayan black marten, leopards, Himalayan black bear, langur, and jackals along with numerous species of birds.

Panchpula waterfall: Tourists can also visit this amazing waterfall which is a great picnic spot and you can also enjoy some trekking expedition, visiting this place will leave you baffled and amused as it is a heaven on earth.

Not just this Dalhousie has a lot to offer and you can visit other hidden gems with our association with you as Trekking Nation is your best traveling partner. You can reach Dalhousie by multiple mediums of choice as it is very well connected from all parts of India.

Is there snowfall in Dalhousie?

Dalhousie experiences severe winters, It starts in December and continues till the end of February. The average night temperature during the season is around 2 °C, while the maximum is close to 11 °C.

Dalhousie is well-connected to different parts of India. There are three ways to reach Dalhousie easily.

By Flight: Pathankot is the closest airport located just 75 kilometers away and Gaggal Airport in Kangra, you use multiple means of transport to reach Dalhousie such as buses, and cabs which are easily available at any time of the day or night.

Train: You can take a train from all the major and small cities in India.

By Bus or personal conveyance: If you are visiting from Delhi then you can take private Volvo or state transport buses from ISBT New Delhi. You can also choose to self-drive as roads are quite safe and well connected.


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