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Dalhousie - Hills/Mountains

Dalhousie | 2 adults, 0 child


Overview of route


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Dalhousie

3 nights stay

Itinerary
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Dalhousie
3 nights stay
 
Day 1

Transport From: New Delhi To Dalhousie
Checkin: Hotel Kumar's Dalhousie, Dalhousie

 
Day 2

Activity Visit: Dharamshala: Full Day Customizable City Sightseeing Tour, Dalhousie

 
Day 3

Day At Leisure

 
Day 4

Transport From: Dalhousie To New Delhi

Things to do

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Visit Bakrota Hills

Situated on the edge of Dalhousie, Bakrota Hills is one of the town’s most scenic spots. Cocooned by mesmerising snow-covered mountains and panoramic view, these hills lie at about 2,085 m above sea level. One of the major attraction of the place is the Bakrota Mall, a cobblestone marvel suited for a stroll while taking in the beauty of the majestic Himalayas.

Visit Dainkund Peak

Dainkund Peak is Dalhousie’s highest peak and is located at the height of 2,755 m. The place flaunts the beauty of towering deodar trees, thick forests, colourful flowers and green valleys. It is also a haven for all nature photographers and boasts a panoramic view of Khajjiar Lake.

Hotels


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Dalhousie,India

Hotel Kumar's Dalhousie

Star Category

Economy Room

Free Breakfast,Breakfast Included


Activities


Dharamshala: Full Day Customizable City Sightseeing Tour

| Cancellable

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Not-Avaiable
Exclusions
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and attractions, Tolls and parking charges, Food and drinks, Personal expenses, Gratuities

Transport


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Other

New Delhi,New Delhi - Dalhousie,Dalhousie

09:30 - 18:30 | Toyota Etios or Equivalent

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  • Transport from: New Delhi to Dalhousie

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Other

Dalhousie,Dalhousie - New Delhi,New Delhi

09:30 - 18:30 | Toyota Etios or Equivalent

Includes

  • Transport from: Dalhousie to New Delhi

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Things to do in

Dalhousie


Visit Bakrota Hills

Situated on the edge of Dalhousie, Bakrota Hills is one of the town’s most scenic spots. Cocooned by mesmerising snow-covered mountains and panoramic view, these hills lie at about 2,085 m above sea level. One of the major attraction of the place is the Bakrota Mall, a cobblestone marvel suited for a stroll while taking in the beauty of the majestic Himalayas.

Visit Dainkund Peak

Dainkund Peak is Dalhousie’s highest peak and is located at the height of 2,755 m. The place flaunts the beauty of towering deodar trees, thick forests, colourful flowers and green valleys. It is also a haven for all nature photographers and boasts a panoramic view of Khajjiar Lake.

Visit Kalatop

If you want to know the best place to visit the snow-covered peaks of the mighty Himalaya in Dalhousie, then Kalatop is your place. Kalatop attracts tourists from all around the world due to its ethereal surroundings and emerald green landscape. Situated just 12 km from Dalhousie, it can be easily reached by trekking. Another major attraction is the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, located at an altitude of about 2,500 m.

Visit Khajjiar

At an altitude of 6,500 ft, Khajjiar looks just like a fairyland with its pristine beauty and two serene lakes, namely the Khajjiar Lake and the Chamera Lake. Located on the outskirts of Dalhousie, it is widely famous as the ‘mini Switzerland of India. Khajjiar has become famous for adventure tourism and is a centre for paragliding, horseriding, and zorbing activities.

Visit Panjpulla Waterfalls

Looking for an ideal picnic spot to soak in the natural beauty, serenity and tranquillity of Dalhousie? Look no further than Panjpulla Waterfalls. These waterfalls are set amidst a picture-perfect area surrounded by tall trees, chirping birds, and mountains towering. Bonus tip, don’t forget to gear up your camera.

Visit Satdhara Falls

A renowned picnic spot, Satdhara Falls are one of the most famous tourist stopovers in Dalhousie. Cocooned by snowy mountains and green forests, these pristine waterfalls are made of seven springs that fall from a height of 2,036 m above sea level.

Visit St Andrews Church

St Andrews Church is one of the famous landmarks in Dalhousie, with remarkable glasswork and detailed interiors. Founded in 1903 at Ballon by Protestant Christians, the church is settled in a cantonment area and is commonly recognised as the Church of Scotland.

Visit St Francis Church

Situated in the Subhash Chowk area of Dalhousie, the St Francis Church is a remarkable structure that boasts detailed interior stoneworks and vibrant glasswork decorations. It is Dalhousie’s most favoured place to visit for art and architecture lovers. This church was built in the year of 1894 by the soldiers of the British Indian Army.

Visit St John Church

St John Church in Dalhousie’s oldest church. It was built by Protestant missionaries in the year 1863. This church flaunts a consistent image of victorian-era architecture of 19th-century British building employing wood and bricks. This church is just 2 km from the main bus stand in Dalhousie and is also home to a well-maintained library.

Visit St Patrick Church

The largest church in Dalhousie, St Patrick’s Church, is situated in the historic Cantonment area of the town. This place can accommodate up to 300 people at a time. The foundation of St Patrick Church was laid in 1909 by the officers of the British Indian Army.