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  • Popularly known as the Switzerland of India, Dalhousie enchants you with its beautiful scenic views, picturesque snow-capped mountains, Victorian style majestic British mansions and its mesmerizing natural beauty. Considered one of the favorite tourist destinations for people visiting Himachal Pradesh, this quaint town has an old world charm and pristine air.

    Dalhousie is one of the most famous hill stations in Himachal Pradesh and every year, thousands of people throng here for a summer retreat. Situated far away from the buzzing cities, Dalhousie transports you to nature’s lap far away from the pollution and monotony of everyday life.

    Quaint and beautiful Scottish and Victorian architectural bungalows and churches adorn this small hill station. Spread over an area of only 14 sq. km, Dalhousie is the favorite destination for honeymooners. This hill station is a treasure trove of ancient Hindu temples, handicrafts, ancient Hindu culture, and art.

    Out of the numerous places to visit in Dalhousie, some of the most popular places include Dainkund Peak, Bakrota Hills, Kalatop Forest, Karelanu, Village Lohani and Tibetan Market to name a few. Dalhousie offers several opportunities to relax and rejuvenate. Take a lazy stroll down the woods, bask in the glory of scenic views, and go trekking along the natural spring in Karelanu or simply engage in some retail therapy and street food in Gandhi Chowk (G.P.O).


    Here are some of the best places to visit in Dalhousie: 

  • 01Panchpula

    Panchpula
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    Panchpula is one of the beautiful places to visit in Dalhousie. Located approximately at a distance of 3 km from Dalhousie, this place is a major tourist attraction. It is a mother stream that flows through various parts of Dalhousie, feeding water to several other water bodies. 

    Panchpula that originates from the north of Dayakund, is popular for its mesmeric vista and also holds historical significance. A Samadhi has been built as a tribute to Sardar Ajit Singh, a great revolutionary. When here, do not forget to savour their delectable local cuisine. 

    Timings:-  Monday - Friday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM

    Activities and attractions:- Picnic Spot, Sightseeing 

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  • 02Khajjiar

    Khajjiar
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    Also known as the mini Switzerland of India, Khajjar is a beautiful hill station located at a distance of 16 km from Dalhousie. With a small plateau and a freshwater lake, Khajjar is one of the most favored tourist spots in this town. Situated at the foothills of Dhauladhar range of the Western Himalayas, Khajjar is a rare combination of three ecosystems- Lake, Pasture and Forests.

    Located in a huge grassy landscape and surrounded by evergreen cedar trees, Khajjar Lake offers a breathtaking view to the tourists. Khajjar has a variety of recreational activities to offer which includes Paragliding, Zorbing and Horse-riding. A challenging 14 km trek gets you through grassy landscapes of deodar and pine trees and offers you beautiful sceneries along the way. It has a 12th century old Khajji Naga Temple with some ancient snake idols and images depicting the battle of Mahabharata.

    Activities and attractions: Picnic spot, Sightseeing, Photography

    How to reach:
    The public and private transport options to Khajjar are limited and the timing changes according to local demands. You can however, consider hiring a taxi or a two wheeler to Khajjar. It gets cold in the evening so a car is most preferable. There are local buses to Khajjar daily at 7:15 am which charges something around INR 155 and gives you majestic views of the villages and sceneries in the way. Taxis are easily available from the main market.

    Location: Khajjar, Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh

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  • 03Sach Pass

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    Sach Pass is situated in Sach town which is approximately 15 km from Killar, in the Chamba District.. Based at around 14500 ft, this Pass interfaces the grand Pangi tribal valley with district headquarters, Chamba. It is an exceptional trekking trail that leads to the Pangi Valley, which is the remotest and the most enthralling valley. It is blessed with a picturesque landscape and rugged terrains and also offers various options for trekking devotees.

    Sach Pass trekking trail drives you through dense woods, snow clad crests and lush green plantations. So all you adventurers and thrill seekers come and explore the challenging Sach pass in Dalhousie.

    Activities and attractions:- Trekking, road trip, photography, sightseeing

     

  • 04Satdhara Falls

    Satdhara Falls

    Being situated at 2035 meters over the ocean level, the Satdhara waterfall proffers a tranquil environment and wonderful climate to all its visitors. The term Satdhara signifies 'a blend of seven streams'. The water from this waterfall is said have medicinal properties and healing powers. 

    The Satdhara falls is based on the Panchpula route and is a beautiful traveller spot to visit with loved ones. It is one of the most prominent places to visit in Dalhousie. One can plan a day picnic with family and friends or just indulge in sightseeing. 

    Activities and attractions- Picnic spot, Photography, Sightseeing.

  • 05Sightseeing Trip of Dalhousie in a Car

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    About the Activity:
    Experience the summer retreat of the British empire, Dalhousie - a former princely State which is one of the oldest in the century. 
    This place is well known for its splendid architecture and a base for numerous excursions.
    Start your tour at 9 AM by getting picked from your hotel and set out on a private tour like never before.
    You can pick any car of your choice - cars are Alto, Indica, Swift Dzire, Etios, Tavera, Xylo and Innova.
    The driver guide will take you to many famous attractions like Kajjar Lake, Chamera Lake, St. John's Church, St. Patrick's Church, Shivkul, Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary and many more.
    The duration of the tour is eight hours and this itinerary can be customized according to your own preferences.


  • 06Adventure Day Out at Dalhousie

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    • Engage yourself in the ultimate fun filled activities in Dalhousie forty feet above ground level, the activities included are Burma Bridge, Spider Net, River Crossing, and Catwalk.
    • All the activities are provided with hand lines and a foot cable to help you cross with plenty of stability and support to walk along the suspended beam to the other side along with professional instructors. 
    • Enthrall in this amazing experience that satiates your adventure thirst and provides you with a thrilling experience.
  • 07Traditional Day at Dalhousie

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    About the Activity:

    • Embark on a day tour to Dalhousie, a cedar village located in Chamba district and the place is surrounded by five pristine hills.
    • Muster your friends and family to have a group of minimum six people and then head to Himachal Pradesh to see the beautiful village.
    • Observe the typical village life and their daily trading activities and agriculture to know more about their life style.
    • Take the opportunity to meet some natives and chit chat with them to learn the history and tradition of Dalhousie.
    • Enjoy a traditional dance done by the natives, use the chance to try a traditional dress on you and of course never miss the opportunity to taste their typical cuisines.


  • 08Laxmi Narayan Temple

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    When planning places to visit in Dalhousie, make it a point to add Laxmi Narayan Temple to the list. The fascinating part about this place is that it is an antiquated sanctuary devoted to Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Being built in the Shikhara style by the Kings of Chamba, it is also a major architectural attraction. 

    The Laxmi Narayan Temple is based in the Chamba district and is one of the highly praised vacation destinations in Dalhousie. It is an abode to three different sanctums like Gauri Shanker Temple, Shiva Temple of Chander-Gupta, and Radha Krishna Temple.

    Timings:- Monday - Friday: 6.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 6.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 6.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 6.00 AM - 7.00 PM

    Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing, Place of Worship

  • 09Bara Pather

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    Bara Pather is a very popular destination in the town of Ahla, situated in close proximity of General Post Office, Dalhousie. Take a short break and do visit this place while you are travelling towards the Kalatop Sanctuary. Based amidst the woods, Bara pather is an abode to the pristine Bhulwani Mata Temple.

    This Temple is approximately 60 M away from Dalhousie water works. The tantalizing panorama here attracts innumerable tourists. Here you can appreciate cool wind amid the hot and sticky summers. It also has a Potato Farm, which is an additional traveller spot.

    Timings- Monday - Friday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM

    Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing

     

  • 10Subhash Baoli

    Situated just 1 km away from Dalhousie is Subhash Boli, a charismatic tourist spot. Enveloped by tall towering pine trees, this is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Dalhousie. It is extremely famous for its appealing vistas. 

    According to the historical facts, freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose used to come here for meditation. As a tribute to him, this place was named as Shubhash Baoli. Visit this place with family and friends to not only admire its natural beauty, but to also acknowledge its historical significance.

    Timings:- Monday - Friday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM

     Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing, Photography

  • 11Bakrota Hills

    Bakrota Hills
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    The majestic Bakrota Hills finds its name in the list of popular places to visit in Dalhousie. Located at a distance of only 5 km from Dalhousie, Bakrota Hills offers a scenic view of serene landscapes and lush green Oak, Pine and Deodar trees.

    Bakrota Hills offers a splendid view of the snow-capped mountains and makes for a perfect trekking experience. Take a walk down the fascinating and bewitching Bakrota Hills and breathe in the fresh air of this evergreen beauty and unparalleled attraction.

    One can consider visiting Bakrota Hills in winters only if one can brave the dipping temperatures. This stunning hill station is covered with white magic all around as it snows moderately during winters. Summers are the perfect season to witness the beauty and serenity of Bakrota Hills. Summers offers you a matchless beauty of Bakrota when the golden sunshine fills the green spread of alpine, oak and deodar trees and pleasant temperatures. Indulge in numerous activities like trekking, sightseeing, and photography.

    Activities and attractions: Trekking, Photography, Sightseeing

    How to reach:
    Once in Dalhousie, you can hire a taxi, car or bike to visit Bakrota Hills. A taxi will cost you anything around 800 to 1000. A drive through offers a chance to see the scenic views on the way. There are numerous public transport options available at a cheaper rate. There are frequent buses that take you around Dalhousie. Going on a local bus from Dalhousie to Bakrota costs you only INR 150 per ticket and gives you an opportunity to interact with the locals.

    Location:
    Bakrota Hills, Chamba, Dalhousie
    Take a walk amidst the snow capped mountains at the Bakrota Hills. Breathe in the pure air and feel all refreshed and rejuvenated. The Hills are covered with dense Deodar forests, making it look like a lovely green rug, pulled over by the mountains.

  • 12Tibetan Market

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    It’s time to explore the Tibetan Market in Dalhousie, because shopping makes us all happy. It is situated at Gandhi Chowk and is one of the best places to buy handicrafts. There are also items such as woollen clothes, colourful carpets and beautifully carved jewellery. The very popular Chamba slippers and shawls are also available here. One can also find a variety of electronic and toy products. Run mostly by the Tibetans, this place has innumerable products that you can take home as souvenirs.

     Activities and attractions:- Shopping

  • 13Ganji Pahari

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    Ganji Pahari, the bald picnic spot, is one of the unique places to visit in Dalhousie. Located at a distance of 5km from Dalhousie bus stand, Ganji Pahari is a small hill on the Pathankot Road. It literally means bald hill due to the absence of any trees or vegetation here.

    Ganji Pahari offers a panoramic picnic spot and mesmerizing views of the surroundings. One can camp here and enjoy the fresh air, and beautiful views of the mountains with their friends and family. The maneuvering terrains here make for a splendid trekking zone. During the winters, the bald hills get covered by white snow and glisten like diamonds offering tourists a breath-taking view.

    The trek level is moderate to difficult and takes about 40-50 minutes to reach Ganji Pahari on foot. It is advisable to take snacks and food along as there are no restaurants or hotels along the trail.

    Activities and attractions: Trekking and Sightseeing

    How to reach:
    At a distance of only 5 km from Dalhousie, Ganji Pahari lies in a close proximity to the town. One can reach Ganji Pahari by taking an hour’s walk from the town center. If you are not much of a trekker, you can consider hiring a taxi or car/bike. Several tourist buses are available to Ganji Pahari from the Dalhousie Bus Stop however, their frequency is low and the timings are uncertain. Pony rides (on mules) are available but they serve the purpose of recreation rather than transportation.

    Location: Ganji Pahari, Pathankot Road, Dalhousie.

  • 14Rock Garden

    Created by the diverting flow of natural hill streams, the rock gardens of Dalhousie are absolutely wonderful. It comprises of rocks strewn across natural streams of water and lush green surroundings overlooking the magnificent mountains and pristine air. Rock Gardens provides for a calm, peaceful and relaxing spot away from the hustle and bustle of the otherwise busy Dalhousie town.

    Rock garden finds its name under some of the most peaceful and serene places to visit in Dalhousie. It is located on the way from Dalhousie to Chamera Lake and is worth a stop-over. It is the perfect place for nature lovers and photographers. Simply relax by the beautiful stream gushing from the rocks and chill with friends and have  hot piping Maggi.

    How to reach:
    Rock Garden lies in the way of Chamera Lake. Take a taxi or car to Chamera Lake and stop by to admire the beauty of this marvel.

    Location: Devidara, Dalhousie.
  • 15Chamba Town

    Chamba Town
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    Situated on the bank of River Ravi, is the lively and vibrant Chamba Town. It is a small town located in the picturesque valley of Himachal Pradesh. Set amidst the Shivalik Ranges, this beguilingly old town has some beautiful medieval temples, meadows, and lakes. An occasional air of fresh breeze fills the town every now and then and owing to its altitude, Chamba Town has pleasant range of temperatures, neither too hot,  nor too cold.

    Chamba is a hub of remarkable ancient Hindu temples made in shikhara style. The legendary Sui Mata Temple, the 9th century Chaurasi Temples, Chamunda Devi and the Hari Rai Temple are some of the sacred places in and around Chamba Town. The quaint Chamba church is located in the midst of Chamba town and has an amazing Scottish architecture.

    Chamba exudes an old charm and its laidback life doesn’t seem to have caught up with the rest of the world making it peaceful. This small town is famous for its vivid festivals and fairs. The entire crowd of Dalhousie gravitates towards the Chamba town due to its liveliness. Thousands of tourists throng at the town for shopping rumaal (handkerchief), the Tibetan Market and the myriad options of restaurants it has to offer. There is also a museum and library that attracts tourists.

    Chamba Town is one of the most vibrant places to visit in Dalhousie. This single place alone offers the three elements of religious, adventure and fun-oriented tourism.

    Activities and attractions: Sightseeing, Historical Monuments, Museums, Places of Worship, etc.

    How to reach:
    One can easily get a taxi to Chamba Town from Pathankot. It takes around 4.5 hours to reach Chamba.

    Location: Chamba district, Dalhousie

  • 16St. Patrick's Church

    Wondering what places to visit in Dalhousie? Just add St. Patrick's Church to your list. Dalhousie is said to be a melange of nature’s beauty and a glimpse of the Victorian era. Approximately at a distance of 2KM from Dalhousie, lies the St. Patrick’s Church. It is a 104 years old church, situated on Mother Nature’s lap. 

    This route showcases the beguiling exquisiteness of Himachal Pradesh. Several devotees, tourists and travellers visit the church every year and our awe struck by its splendour. This is a very apt place for photography. One can visit the church any day between 9 AM to 5 PM.

    Timings:- Monday - Friday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM

    Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing, Place of worship

  • 17Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary

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    Take an audacious tour through the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary. It is located in the Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. Explore this fascinating animal sanctuary, which is enveloped by fir and deodar woods. 

    Located amidst the oak and coniferous forests and in close vicinity of the Ravi River, this place allure a lot of adventurers and nature lovers. Also, one can indulge in some thrilling activities as this sanctuary makes a perfect destination for trekking. Bring your camera along to capture the exquisite flora and fauna here. Pheasants, serow and the black bear are some of the commonly found animals at the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary.

    Timings:- Summer Season: 7.00 AM - 6.00 PM, Winter Season: 7.00 AM - 6.00 PM

    Activities and attractions:- Trekking and Sightseeing

  • 18Chamera Lake

    Chamera Lake

    Skim through the places to visit in Dalhousie and reach the Chamera Lake. Located in the Chamba district at a height of 763 M from the sea level, the Chamera Lake is a captivating traveller’s destination. It is based approximately at a distance of 30 KM from Dalhousie. This lake was formed because of the Chamera Dam was built on the Ravi River.  It is a great place for all adrenaline junkies as it proffers a plethora of water sports.

     So if you are looking forward to spend some peaceful time at this quaint location then admire the shimmering sunset here or else feed your inner thrill seeker by indulging in varied adventurous activities.

    Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing, Boating, Fishing and other Watersports

  • 19Dainkund Peak

    Dainkund Peak
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    You have heard the birds sing a piece of music; now attend a musical concert at the Dainkund Peak. Melodious is the sound, like a song whispered in your ears, when the breezes swiftly strike the chords of the woods at Dainkund. Based at a height of 2755 M, the Dainkund Peak allures innumerable tourists. 

    The peak offers an enticing panorama of the valley, which has made it an admirable spot. The two major attractions here is the core of the valley which belongs to the Indian Air Force and a temple. This is a Pholani Devi temple and unique, because all it showcases is a trident. So visit this charismatic peak and witness the creations of Mother Nature and to admire this exclusive place of worship.

    Activities and attractions::-  Trekking and Sightseeing 

  • 20St. John’s Church

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    St. John's Church is one amongst the most intriguing places to visit in Dalhousie. It is an age old church with immense historical significance, because it was established when the British ruled. It was built by the Protestant Missionaries amidst a pictorial landscape. This added to the immaculate beauty of the church.

    It is claimed that this church is the most visited place of worship and it allures innumerable worshipers and tourists every year. Apart from finding faith in its pristine aura, visitors are also intrigued by the history associated with it. The church is open for everyone for five days a week.

    Timings:- Monday - Friday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM

    Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing, Photography, Place of Worship.

     


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Bakrota Hills

Take a walk amidst the snow capped mountains at the Bakrota Hills. Breathe in the pure air and feel all refreshed and rejuvenated. The Hills are covered with dense Deodar forests, making it look like a lovely green rug, pulled over by the mountains. 

The mesmerising landscape here will leave you spellbound. Every year Dalhousie is blessed with heavy snow fall. During this season the magnificent Bakrota hills glistens like diamonds. Spend some time here with your dear ones and be in awe of Mother Nature’s miraculous creations.   

Activities and attractions:- Trekking, Photography, Sightseeing

 

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Satdhara Falls

Being situated at 2035 meters over the ocean level, the Satdhara waterfall proffers a tranquil environment and wonderful climate to all its visitors. The term Satdhara signifies 'a blend of seven streams'. The water from this waterfall is said have medicinal properties and healing powers. 

The Satdhara falls is based on the Panchpula route and is a beautiful traveller spot to visit with loved ones. It is one of the most prominent places to visit in Dalhousie. One can plan a day picnic with family and friends or just indulge in sightseeing. 

Activities and attractions- Picnic spot, Photography, Sightseeing.

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Laxmi Narayan Temple

When planning places to visit in Dalhousie, make it a point to add Laxmi Narayan Temple to the list. The fascinating part about this place is that it is an antiquated sanctuary devoted to Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Being built in the Shikhara style by the Kings of Chamba, it is also a major architectural attraction. 

The Laxmi Narayan Temple is based in the Chamba district and is one of the highly praised vacation destinations in Dalhousie. It is an abode to three different sanctums like Gauri Shanker Temple, Shiva Temple of Chander-Gupta, and Radha Krishna Temple.

TIMINGS:- Monday - Friday: 6.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 6.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 6.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 6.00 AM - 7.00 PM

Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing, Place of Worship

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Bara Pather

Bara Pather is a very popular destination in the town of Ahla, situated in close proximity of General Post Office, Dalhousie. Take a short break and do visit this place while you are travelling towards the Kalatop Sanctuary. Based amidst the woods, Bara pather is an abode to the pristine Bhulwani Mata Temple.

This Temple is approximately 60 M away from Dalhousie water works. The tantalizing panorama here attracts innumerable tourists. Here you can appreciate cool wind amid the hot and sticky summers. It also has a Potato Farm, which is an additional traveller spot.

TIMINGS:- Monday - Friday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM

Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing

 

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Panchpula

Panchpula is one of the beautiful places to visit in Dalhousie. Located approximately at a distance of 3 km from Dalhousie, this place is a major tourist attraction. It is a mother stream that flows through various parts of Dalhousie, feeding water to several other water bodies. 

Panchpula that originates from the north of Dayakund, is popular for its mesmeric vista and also holds historical significance. A Samadhi has been built as a tribute to Sardar Ajit Singh, a great revolutionary. When here, do not forget to savour their delectable local cuisine. 

Timings:-  Monday - Friday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM

Activities and attractions:- Picnic Spot, Sightseeing 

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Chamera Lake

Skim through the places to visit in Dalhousie and reach the Chamera Lake. Located in the Chamba district at a height of 763 M from the sea level, the Chamera Lake is a captivating traveller’s destination. It is based approximately at a distance of 30 KM from Dalhousie. This lake was formed because of the Chamera Dam was built on the Ravi River.  It is a great place for all adrenaline junkies as it proffers a plethora of water sports.

 So if you are looking forward to spend some peaceful time at this quaint location then admire the shimmering sunset here or else feed your inner thrill seeker by indulging in varied adventurous activities.

Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing, Boating, Fishing and other Watersports

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Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek

Trek to Deo Tibba  starts at Jagat Sukh which is 6 km southwards from Manali. This village is quite old. Trekkers can have a slight diversion to tour Rohtang pass for enjoying the grandeur of Pir Panjal range.

On the trail of this trek you can see Gaddi shepherds herding their cattle’s in the green pastures and the Chandertal lake famous for its unearthly beauty. The trekkers will also pass by the Hampta pass at a height of 4,000 metres. One can visit the tiny hamlets of Chatru also on the way.

The Deo Tibba glacier is dotted with boulders and huge rocks, but according to the locals of the surrounding areas, the glacier is full of white and black crystals which are hard to find. On reaching the Deo Tibba base, you will be offered a visual treat of gurgling stream, a carpet of colourful flowers and a magnificent sight of the Deo Tibba peak. You will find a rock bridge, which has formed naturally, over the stream.

Best Season: June- September
Max. Elevation: 4480m
Duration of the Trek: 5 days
Difficulty Level: Moderate

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Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary

Take an audacious tour through the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary. It is located in the Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. Explore this fascinating animal sanctuary, which is enveloped by fir and deodar woods. 

Located amidst the oak and coniferous forests and in close vicinity of the Ravi River, this place allure a lot of adventurers and nature lovers. Also, one can indulge in some thrilling activities as this sanctuary makes a perfect destination for trekking. Bring your camera along to capture the exquisite flora and fauna here. Pheasants, serow and the black bear are some of the commonly found animals at the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary.

Timings:- Summer Season: 7.00 AM - 6.00 PM, Winter Season: 7.00 AM - 6.00 PM

Activities and attractions:- Trekking and Sightseeing

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Subhash Baoli

Situated just 1 km away from Dalhousie is Subhash Boli, a charismatic tourist spot. Enveloped by tall towering pine trees, this is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Dalhousie. It is extremely famous for its appealing vistas. 

According to the historical facts, freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose used to come here for meditation. As a tribute to him, this place was named as Shubhash Baoli. Visit this place with family and friends to not only admire its natural beauty, but to also acknowledge its historical significance.

TIMINGS:- Monday - Friday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM

 Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing, Photography

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Kali ka Tibba

Effortlessly beautiful, Kali Ka Tibba in Chail is perched atop mountain Blossom making for a very pretty picture. Dedicated to the goddess Kali this secluded destination is the perfect getaway to attain that peace and quiet away from the throngs of tourists.

Trekking up to this serene location is a fun activity and you can encounter various species of animals on your way up. Angling and horse riding is also very popular in near Kali ka Tibba.

Stunning views and beautiful scenery of the Shivalik Range and the Choor Chandni peak are breathtaking from Kali ka Tibba.

Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit this place is in monsoons between August and November.

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Dainkund Peak

You have heard the birds sing a piece of music; now attend a musical concert at the Dainkund Peak. Melodious is the sound, like a song whispered in your ears, when the breezes swiftly strike the chords of the woods at Dainkund. Based at a height of 2755 M, the Dainkund Peak allures innumerable tourists. 

The peak offers an enticing panorama of the valley, which has made it an admirable spot. The two major attractions here is the core of the valley which belongs to the Indian Air Force and a temple. This is a Pholani Devi temple and unique, because all it showcases is a trident. So visit this charismatic peak and witness the creations of Mother Nature and to admire this exclusive place of worship.

Activities and attractions::-  Trekking and Sightseeing 

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Chandrakhani Pass

At an elevation of 3660 M, the Chandrakhani Pass is the most wonderful and tranquil destination in the Kullu valley. It proffers a very impressive view of the Deo Tibba crest, the Pir Panjal and the Parbati Mountains. The trekking experience here is the best amongst the other delightful treks in Kullu. 

It acquaints the explorers with the culture of Himachal Pradesh. The picturesque magnificence of the Kullu valley and the mountain crests that dab that skyline will mesmerise you with its beauty. According to the mythology the Chandrakhani Pass was an abode to all the Gods of kullu, who later were carried to their respective places by the strong winds here. 

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Chandrakhani Pass Trek

Chandrakhani Pass is a standout amongst the most lovely and tranquil go, at an elevation of 3660 m situated in the Kullu valley. Chandrakhani Pass offers awesome perspectives of the Deo Tibba crest, Pir Panjal and Parbati scope of mountains. 

The trek is a standout amongst the most delightful treks that acquaints the voyager with the remote, bumpy societies of Himachal Pradesh. The beautiful magnificence of the Kullu valley, and the mountain tops that spot that skyline is a treat for the nature significant other all through the excursion. 

The area is otherwise called the Valley of Gods. Legend has that Jamlu (the managing god at Malana), opened a wicker container containing the lords of Kullu at the Chandrakhani Pass and the solid winds blew the divine beings to their present dwelling places.

Sea Preferred Season son: June-August

Maximum Elevation: 3650 m

Duration: 8 day

Difficulty Level: Moderate

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The Great Himalayan National Park

If you are an admirer of nature then a visit to the Great Himalayan National Park will be an enthralling experience to cherish. The National park is bestowed with a variety of wildlife species.  It is an abode for approximately 375 types of fauna that include snow leopard, blue sheep, Himalayan brown bear, Himalayan tahr, musk deer, goral and several others. 

Another exhilarating option here is to go for a trek. So stuff your backpack and do not forget your camera; tie your shoelaces and just break free from your stressful routine. There are a number of fairs held here during the months of April, May, August and September. If you are an Indian National, then you will have to pay around Rs. 50 as a entry fee. For Foreign Nationals the entry fee is Rs. 200.

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Manikaran Hot Spring

Witness the unusual miracles of nature like a pond full of boiling water at a hill station. Manikaran is situated in the fascinating Parvati valley in kullu. The hot springs situated on the banks of the Parbati River, is a major tourist attraction. 

When in Manikaran one can halt at a pristine Gurudwara located here. The food served here is simple yet delicious. The accommodation facilities are also considerably comfortable. It is believed that the water from the hot springs has medicinal properties and a healing power. This attracts countless pilgrims, who have faith that this is a cure for their sickness. Be it an excursion or a pilgrimage, Manikaran has to have a priority position in your things to do in Kullu list.  

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Kheer Ganga

If you are seeking for some adventure and thrill, then trekking at Kheer ganga is one of the most awesome things to do in Kullu. Situated in the Parvati valley, this place is endowed with a fascinating landscape making it a perfect destination for trekking. 

After this tiresome yet adventurous journey, one can experience the relaxing natural hot water springs here. Kheer ganga is also a pilgrimage hub. It is said that Karthik, the son of Lord Shiva meditated at this pristine place for approximately a thousand years. The place is open to visitors for only seven months a year and proffers comfortable accommodation facilities.

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