The pristine town of Dalhousie, tucked in the lap of Kathlog, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota, and Bhangora hills, boasts of its mystical charm, verdant forest trails, flower-adorned pastures, gushing streams, snow-capped misty mountains, pine-clad valleys, and colonial architecture. The veneer of the Tibetan culture adds up to the exotic vibe to this quaint tinsel town tucked away on the hilltop. Dalhousie is a perfect blend of the Victorian architecture and handcrafted artifacts that are bound to sweep you off your feet on your visit to Dalhousie. Named after Lord Dalhousie, the British governor General, who acknowledged the town as one of the most preferred and sought-after summer retreat destinations, Dalhousie is still the most picturesque hill station in India. Nestled at a height of 1,970 meters, the town offers some stunning panoramic views to the vagabonds.
Dharamshala is a quaint little hill station situated in the Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh. Known for its dense forests and immense natural beauty, Dharamshala is home to some of the most beautiful mountain ranges. But, there’s more to Dharamshala than just hills and green cover. Here you will get to see plenty of examples of Tibetan architecture and experience the rich Tibetan culture. Dharamshala is a very peaceful place. Along with serving as the perfect destination for the tourists to unwind, it is heaven for those looking forward to spending some tranquil time with their partners.
The region full of picturesque, popular and yet offbeat places lie in this mystical land, full of flawless natural treasures. Bollywood’s personal favorite and a lively winter sport destination, it is the dearest choice of every travel enthusiast.