Travel to Dharamshala the city located on the edge of the Himalayas in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh in the district of Kangra Surrounded by cedar forests. There are two sections of town. One is known as Lower Dharamshala, its commercial hub and dotted with markets, courts, and the popular Kotwali Bazaar, where everyday items are found. Upper Dharamshala is abode to Mcleodganj as well as many other structures that tell you of its colonial past while thousands of precious manuscripts are housed in the Library of Tibetan Works and Archive. As a tourist, it gives you the chance to relax and enjoy the beauty of the surroundings.


Tsuglagkhang Complex

one of the important points of interest in Dharamshala, the Tsuglagkhang Complex is a religious center located on Temple Road. It was established when the Dalai Lama visited India for the first time in 1959. The complex is one of the most significant spots to see in Dharamshala and includes Dalai Lama’s abode and monastery. theses days, this complex also have houses for private and public sessions of Dalai Lama along with various Tibetan dance and music performance.

Coordinates: Latitude: 32.232446, longitude: 76.324034

Dharamsala War Memorial

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War Memorial located at the Dharamshala town entrance, and it had been constructed to memorialize those who fought bravely for their motherland’s honor. This place is preferably located in the Dharamshala pine forest and offers a very enjoyable walk through the woods. War Memorial is surrounded by lush gardens. War Memorial is a memorial to those brave souls who sacrificed their lives for the country and that means these veterans will always be present in our minds. Pleasant museum space serving educational displays on national army history, with uniforms & weapons.

Coordinates: Latitude: 31.109467, longitude: 77.159112

St. John’s Church, Dharamshala

Located in the midst of the scenic Mcleodganj Valley, this spectacular church is about 8 km from Dharamshala. The church is located in a dense jungle between Mcleodganj and Forsythganj and is a shrine dedicated to Lord Elgin, one of India’s viceroys who died in Chauntra (district of Mandi) and was buried here in 1863 A.D. This traditional church, which is surrounded by a Christian cemetery, has beautiful glass windows and enhances outstanding architectural design. It is ideally situated in the wilderness in the magnificent’ Deodar’ area.

Coordinates: Latitude: 32.242479, Longitude: 76.318245


This breathtaking hilltop is located at an altitude of 2.827 meters above sea level, about 17 km away from Dharamshala. People love to visit this spot as Dhauladhar’s spectacular snowline starts just 5 km from Triund and provides a breathtaking view of the magnificent snow valleys. Those who want to go trekking or have a picnic, Triund is the perfect place to spend time. ⠀ This location is Dharamshala’s crown jewel, set in the mountain range Dhauladhar laps. This provides on one side a magnificent view of the Dhauladhar range and on the other, the Kangra valley.

Coordinates: Latitude: 32.2496, Longitude: 76.3339


Dharamkot is a beautiful hill station located on the crest of a hill, about 14 km from Dharamshala’s main town is the Another famous Dharamshala picnic spot, This breathtaking spot offer panoramic views of the ranges of Dhauladhar and Kangra Valley. You can simply trek from bhagsu to reach Dharamkot; across the way, you can enjoy the amazing views of the place while enjoying the refreshing drinks offered at the different restaurants. The area was inhabited by several foreigners who live in small guesthouses and in village homes and engage in Vipassanam (meditation) early in the morning, which is part of Buddhism’s study and practice.

Coordinates: Latitude: 32.238602, Longitude: 76.323878 

Bhagsunag Fall

This enchanting waterfall is approximately 11 km from Dharamshala. It is one of Dharamshala’s best tourist attractions and is renowned for its freshwater lake, ancient temple and slate quarry, a waterfall surrounded by spectacular cliffs and trees. Tourists should dip into this fall’s cold bath, and visit the temple of Bhagsunag to receive Lord Shiva’s blessing. The fall of Bhagsunag falls on the way to Triund so once they reach this elegant fall the tourists will continue their journey to Triund.  from Dharamshala city this waterfall is a very short distance, tourists make sure they visit this location, which is also an interesting place for Hindu pilgrims to visit.  From Dharamshala city this waterfall is a very short distance, tourists make sure they visit this location, which is also an interesting place for Hindu pilgrims to visit.



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