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Dharmshala is a scenic hill station located amidst the backdrop of the beautiful Dhauladhar mountain range. Nestled in the Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh, it is one of the important tourist spots among those visiting Himachal Pradesh. Dharamshala sports a confluence of both Kangra and Tibetean culture as it is also the abode of the Dalai Lama. From eye-catching Buddhist monasteries, picturesque waterfalls, vintage forts and museums, the places to visit in Dharamshala are many and diverse. This is one of the reasons why it is one of the most-sought after tourist destinations for people of all ages, especially couples who are looking for a Dharamshala honeymoon package. From destinations to experiences, Dharamshala for a honeymoon is quite promising and has something for couples of all types.

While planning a Dharamshala honeymoon package, the best way to make the best use of your trip would be to not just visit but to take time and experience the real beauty of the place. Traveling to Dharamshala for a honeymoon with your loved one is an escape from the hustle and bustle, into the lush green hills to have some of the best moments worth treasuring.

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People Also Ask About Honeymoon in Dharamshala

  1. What are some of the best places to visit in Dharamshala during a honeymoon tour?

    1. Dharamshala Cricket Stadium: The Dharamshala Cricket Stadium takes pride in being one of the highest sporting grounds in the world. It is located at a height of 145 meters above the sea level and is under the control of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association. The stadium is known for hosting games with some of the best views that are worth cherishing. It is open for tourists even when no matches are being played in the stadium. It is loaded with modern amenities and is also one of the home stadiums of the Punjab Kings cricket team of the Indian Premier League.

    2. Namgyal Stupa: The Namgyal Monastery is one of the most sought after tourist spots in Dharamshala. It is a Buddhist Stupa built in memory of those who lost their lives during the war in Tibet. The architecture of this Stupa is inspired from the original Stupas built by Emperor Ashoka that date back to the 3rd century AD. Locals believe that visiting this stupa can help get rid of any bad karma or past deeds. It is also known as the Stupa of Complete Victory and has images of a Sakyamuni Buddha where locals come to offer prayers.

    3. Library of Tibetan Works and Archives: This is not just a library but also a repository of Tibetan literature. Founded by Tenzin Gyatso, the library has a lot of manuscripts preserved since the great exile of 1959. Apart from 80,000 manuscripts, there are 600 Buddhist artifacts like intricately carved wooden mandalas and silk thangkas. Out of all the artifacts one of the most important ones in this library would be the wooden mandalas of Avalokiteshvara- one of the most revered Bodhisattvas in Buddhism. This is nothing less than an offbeat museum set in a serene and tranquil setting.

    4. St John The Wilderness Church: St. John The Wilderness Church is a Neo-Gothic church built in 1852. It is dedicated to St John the Baptist and is located amidst a lush deodar forest. The church is the final resting place of Lord Ergin, one of the Governor Generals from colonial times. The entire surroundings of the church is known to be peaceful and quiet and it is also one of the oldest churches in Dharamshala. The church has beautifully styled Belgian glass windows which are worth admiring. There is a church with the same name in Nainital, so while planning a visit, don't get confused between the two of them.

    5. Dal Lake: The Dal Lake is located in the Tota Rani village, on the outskirts of Dharamshala. This is one of the most eye-catching Dharamshala honeymoon places surrounded by rugged mountains and trees and has a very calm and peaceful setting. While visiting this place, you can opt for activities like trekking or picnics with a panoramic view of the landscape. Although the lake is filled with fish, the locals do not opt for fishing in this lake as it is considered to be sacred. The lake has a Hindu temple on its banks dedicated to Lord Shiva which is also worth checking out while visiting the lake.

    6. Bhagsu Falls: Alternatively known as the Bhagsunag waterfalls, it is a waterfall that originates from the Dhauladhar village and falls on the way from Dharamshala to Mcleodganj. Its waters fall from a height of up to 30 feet, creating a very captivating sight worth capturing. The falls are safe enough for having a bath, but be cautious as the temperature of the water can be cold enough. The falls has restaurants and eateries around it that offer refreshments like tea, coffee and snacks. While visiting these falls, tourists can check out the Bhagsunath temple located close to the premises of the falls.

    7. Kangra Fort: The Kangra Fort was built way back in the 4th century BC by the Katoch Empire, making it one of the oldest forts in India and one of the largest forts in the Himalayas. The fort has been occupied by different dynasties right from the Mughals to the British. It occupies the lower valley of the Beas river and lies in ruins due to an earthquake in the early 1900s. While visiting this fort, don't forget to check out different viewpoints of this fort. Tourists visiting these viewpoints will be able to get a stunning view of the village of Kangra and the adjoining rivers.

    8. Dharamkot Studio: It is a small and rustic place located 2 kilometers away from the city offering pottery lessons. The pottery made in this hidden gem near Dharamshala is widely used for cooking purposes. It is also known for reviving and preserving the art of black pottery. Tourists visiting Dharamsala and looking for something offbeat can check out this place. The studio offers pottery lessons and is easy to follow, thanks to the dedicated team of instructors. Upon completion, you can take the pottery home as a unique and memorable souvenir of your trip.

    9. Tsuglagkhang Complex: This is one of the most important centers of interest in Dharamshala. It has been the residence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and also houses over 200 Buddhist monks. History suggests that the foundation stone for this complex was laid sometimes in the 17 century. While in this place, tourists can check out the public discourses offered by the Dalai Lama. Sometimes, the complex also comes alive with different types of cultural performances in the form of dance and music. The complex has a souvenir store and a bookstore that are worth checking out while visiting this Buddhist complex.

    10. Masroor Rock Cut Temples: The Masroor rock cut temples are located in the outskirts of Dharamshala and are now in ruins. Dating back to the 15th century, these rock cut temples are dedicated to the Hindu gods Shiva, Vishnu, and Devi. The temple is built in Nagara style and is also carved from a single monolith rock. The temple features intricate and well detailed carvings taken from Hindu epics like the Ramayana. If you are looking for Dharamshala honeymoon places and are eager to immerse yourself in the history, then these rock cut temples are something definitely worth considering.

  2. What are the things to do in Dharamshala during a honeymoon tour?

    1. Trek to Bhagsu Falls: Bhagsu falls is almost 30 feet high and comes to life during the monsoon season, when the water thunders from a height. It falls between the route connecting Mcleodganj and Dharamshala. In case you and your better half are looking for activities that can instill a sense of thrill, the trekking routes have got you covered. The falls is also a spot for clicking photographs, so in case you or your better half are ardent shutterbugs, then this has got you covered.

    2. Picnic at Dal Lake: The Dal lake of Dharmshala is named after the most famous Dal Lake of Srinagar. While planning to visit this lake as a part of your Dharamshala honeymoon package, there are numerous activities worth trying out. The lake is located in a very scenic spot and is apt for activities like boating and picnics. While visiting this place, don't forget to keep the place clean. Simple steps like carrying the trash and not dirtying the place will come in handy.

    3. Visit the tea gardens: Although team cultivation is comparatively smaller in Dharmshala, it is one of the most underrated activities worth trying out. You and your better half can explore the beautifully manicured tea gardens of Dharamshala and learn how tea is cultivated. The gardens are well maintained and come with opportunities such as trying out the tea made from freshly harvested leaves. Tea gardens in Kangra Valley are known for their excellent quality and are also picturesque for photoshoots.

    4. Try out Paragliding: Paragliding is one of the most sought after adventure sports for adrenaline junkies planning to check out Dharamshala honeymoon places. This activity can take you as high as 5000 feet high in Dharamshala and offer 360 degree views of the tea gardens, Pong Dam, and the Shivalik Mountain ranges. While visiting Dharamsala for a honeymoon, you can strap a camera to the paragliding equipment to document some of the most exciting moments of your life. While paragliding, make sure to follow all safety instructions for a fun-filled but safe ride.

    5. Visit Indrahar Pass: Indrahar Pass is a popular trekking route that offers some of the best views of the Dhauladhar range. Varying altitudes come with a chance to spot the Pir Panjal mountain range, making it worth a try. Trekking while visiting Dharamsala on your Dharamshala honeymoon package can bring you closer not only to your better half but also with nature. You can also engage yourself in the tribal settlements of Himachal. Even if you or your better half are not hardcore trekkers, the route has a difficulty of easy to moderate.

    6. Day Trip to Kangra Valley: A honeymoon trip to Dharamshala is considered to be incomplete if it does not include a trip to Kangra Valley. A day trip to Kangra Valley can take you and your better half to places like Mansroor rock cut temples and the Kangra Art Museum. There are experiences worth considering too including trekking to places like Kareri Lake. Kangra Valley has prominent places of worship like the Jwala Devi Temple and the Chamunda Devi Temple.

    7. Shopping in Dharamshala: Going to Dharamshala for honeymoon and shopping at the local markets go hand in hand. The streets are known to be colorful and bustle with activities and people. Markets sell a lot of products like clothes, souvenirs, freshly cultivated agricultural produce and things to eat. When you are shopping in Dharamshala, don't forget to bargain. In case you are unable to do so, can check out other stores that sell the same product and pick one that suits the best. Markets like Kotwali Bazaar and Jogiwara Road Bazaar are some of the best places worth checking out for shopping.

  3. Is Dharamshala worth visiting?

    Dharamshala is loaded with some of the best attractions for tourists of different types. In case you are planning your Dharamshala honeymoon package, it has got some of the best destinations and experiences worth trying out. So, planning a visit to Dharamshala for a honeymoon is definitely worth it.

  4. Which is the best time to visit Dharamshala?

    Dharamshala for honeymoon gets tourists throughout the year, but the best time to visit would be the summer season as the climate is not too cold but pleasant.

  5. How to reach Dharamshala?

    By air: Gaggal Airport is the domestic airport located approximately 15 kilometers away from the heart of Dharamshala, and regular flights operate from New Delhi.

    By train: Pathankot is the nearest railway station to Dharamshala. Upon arriving, you can take a taxi or a bus to travel 80 kilometers to reach Dharamshala.

    By road: Dharmshala is well connected by roadways, especially with major cities in Himachal Pradesh. State owned buses operate regularly to these cities. You can also find Volvo and sleeper buses from places like Delhi, Chandigarh and Amritsar.

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05 February 2016
This trip was amazing. It took us to the city full of Tibetan culture and their monasteries. I was expecting such a beauty. Along with the pleasant and beautiful climate, Dharamshala is not just an eye-candy. It has much more to offer in the context of sightseeing. What’s more there are a lot of adventure tours that one can take. If you are an adventurous person like me then you can also go for the short paragliding and trekking trips in Dharamshala along with this trip, if the time permits. This trip brought us back to New Delhi after the trip, which was a huge relief as we did not have to make the travel plans. We relished the trip with the beautiful memories of Himachal Pradesh and its Culture.
14 June 2014
Its a complete package!! that offers so much all together. While at this trip, one gets to take a sight-seeing tour to Naggar. After breakfast, our day started with visiting the most popular temples of the place. It was historic and spiritual. This trip includes and starts with the visit to Jagat Sukh temple, and also the Shiva temple. From here, we will move forward to the much known Naggar castle. This is a place that has been with a retained history. As the day ends, we wrapped up with a visit of the day to Roerich art gallery. It was good and memorable.
15 August 2015
Manali a popular Himalayan tourist destination is much known for adventure sports like skiing, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, trekking, kayaking, and mountain biking. Do try it to enjoy it.
29 June 2015
This is an amazing trip that anyone will love without a doubt. It starts with Delhi, moves to Manali for adventurous activities. From there we went to Dharamsala for visiting Buddhist monasteries where we learnt a lot on the amazing culture of the Tibetans. It was an amazing experience. Finally, on the last day, after Breakfast, we checked out from the hotel for our onward journey to New Delhi. We reached New Delhi by evening with some nice memories and stories to cherish all along. It was a memorable and lovely trip. I really enjoyed this trip. I recommend this to all. This was just the trip that I always wanted to take. Without a doubt, this is one of the best treks that I can even take. If you are a lover of treks, then this trek is the best thing to do. This is quite inexpensive and lovely too. I so love this trek.
31 March 2014
The best part is that the tour starts at New Delhi itself. We had some representatives pick us up from airport in New Delhi. Most trips do not do that. After that we departed from New Delhi to Manali. On this route we also visited Pinjore garden. After reaching Manali, we proceeded forward with the trip, which included a lot of lovely memories.
11 October 2013
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The best part of this trip is the time we spent at the Rohtang Pass. On this day of our trip we had a sightseeing tour to Manali and a lot of places that were around. We also visited Nehru kund, Kothi Gulaba, the famous Rahla Falls and few other places. On reaching the Rohtang pass, we went for amazing skiing. It was awesome. This was the best day ever. The hotel where we had an overnight stay was good too.
12 July 2014
Manali also offers hot springs, religious shrines and Tibetan Buddhist temples. This 10 Day trip took us through the most popular destinations of Manali to leh, and it also gave us a chance to go hand to hand with many adventure sports like Paragliding, Skiing, Zorbing and Trekking. We mostly spent time witnessing the historical temples and rejuvenating through the cold mountains of Himalayas.
28 April 2016
I had a lovely time as we did a lot of things in this tour. The best was when we got to visit Vaishno Devi temple on the way to Manali. The other much known places that we visited along were the Angora rabbit farm, Kullu shawls industries, and Kasol valley. Also, as a surprise we got to visit the Hot Springs Manikaran which was awesome.
29 September 2014
Full Day Sight Seeing Tour at Dharamshala: After Breakfast, we were able to visit the amazing sight seeing places of Dharamshala. This was on our Day after the Macleodganj trip. We also had had few amazing adventurous experience in Manali, by that time. We visited many places in Dharamsala including Brijeswari Devi temple and Chamunda Devi temple. After lunch, we went ahead and visited the much known Historical town called as Kangra. After our visit there, we also started our journey back to Dharamshala for an overnight stay there.
01 October 2013
After an enticing day at Manali, we checked out of the hotel and started our journey to Dharamshala. On this route we were visiting places like Pamdoh Dam, Palampur Tea garden, and lot of other sites. In the evening, we stayed in Dharamshala where we checked in to a hotel in a beautiful locality inside Dharamshala.

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