Camping in Dalhousie gives enormous pleasure to all those who love living the outdoor life. Pitch a tent in the middle of green and expansive meadows, and enjoy the feeling of being in the lap of the Himalayas. The breeze here is pleasant, the views mesmerizing, and the people are friendly, adding up to the overall experience of camping and making it worth your while.
Dalhousie is a hill town that occupies 5 different hills and has an average elevation of about 1,970 m above sea level. Located quite near to the Dhauladhar range of mountains, the town guarantees some of the best views of snow capped mountains, while you enjoy strolling, hiking, trekking, and photographing the greenery of the meadows. As far as the variety of places to visit in Dalhousie is concerned, there is a good amount of choice in that. Starting from Khajjiar to Kalatop Wildlife Reserve, Dainkund Peak Ganji Pahari, Panchpula, and Chamera Lake, Dalhousie not only has a varied sense of beauty about it but also has a number of amazing spots to stay and enjoy.
And with a great number of things to do here like trekking, zorbing, picnicking, hiking, and boating, camping turns out to be the most adventurous and loved activity that visitors love to be a part of here. Dalhousie camping can take you to a number of places in the hill station. Starting from the famous Kalatop Wildlife Reserve, you will be captivated by the beauty of it. Forests of Deodar and Fir surround you from all sides as you pitch your tent in a clearing in the forest with a number of chances to see wildlife like Pheasants, serow and black bear. The sanctuary is a great spot to enjoy a scenery, a feeling of the wilderness, and sights of the many birds that live here.
Apart from this, you can also camp near the Daikund Peak, the 2,745 m giant in Dalhousie. You can pitch your tent in the meadow near the peak and enjoy the amazing view of the peak itself, which often gets covered in snow in the winter months, making for a great view to have while camping in Dalhousie. The misty top and the pleasant weather around the peak makes for another good reason to camp here and enjoy the many activities like trekking, hiking, and birdwatching here.
If you are planning to spend a great weekend away from the bustling city life, camping in Dalhousie is one of the best ways to paint a picture for your perfect getaway. Choose from one of these camps as you set out to explore the best that Dalhousie has to offer.