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Trip To Dalhousie From Delhi

Trip To Dalhousie From Delhi (4 Nights / 5 Days)

Tour starts from : ex - Delhi
Destinations covered : Dalhousie, Delhi, Dharamsala
Theme : Hill Station Tours, Honeymoon Tours, Himachal Tours
Trip To Dalhousie From Delhi takes the traveller from the capital city of Delhi to Dharamshal... more

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  • Visit Bhagsunag Falls
  • Visit Jwalamukhi Devi Temple
  • Visit Dainkund Peak
  • Visit Rang Mahal

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Trip To Dalhousie From Delhi

Trip To Dalhousie From Delhi takes the traveller from the capital city of Delhi to Dharamshala and Dalhousie.

Trip To Dalhousie From Delhi is one of the most frequented excursions undertaken by the tourists. The beauty of the valley and the mountains entice the tourists to visit the town of Dharamshala, which is in Himachal Pradesh, a hill state of India.Trip To Dalhousie From Delhi also takes the tourists to Dalhousie , a calm and quite hill station from where snow clad peaks of Himalayas are visible.

Book your trip to Dalhousie and Dharamshala and stay in the lap of nature.



Itinerary Details

Day by Day itineraryDay 1: Delhi - Dharamsala

Early in the morning, drive to Dharamsala. On arrival, check into the hotel and relax. Dinner & Overnight stay at hotel.

Trip To Dalhousie From DelhiDid you know ?

A lesser known fact about Dharamshala and McLeodganj is that these destinations have Yoga Institutes and Spas offering short duration courses in Yoga and wellness packages.So, if you wish to improve your health in the lap of Himalayas, book one of these packages.Notable among these institutes are Himalayan Iyengar Yoga Centre in Dharamkot, which is about 6 Kms from Dharamshala.Other famous once are Om Yoga Meditation Centre at Mcleodganj and Siddhartha Yoga Centre.

Day 2: Dharamsala

After a healthy breakfast, proceed for full day sightseeing of Dharamshala.

Sightseeing in your trip to Dalhousie from Delhi may include the Tibetan Monastery, St. John’s church in the wilderness, Triund Peak, Udechee huts, Dal Lake, Naddi.

In afternoon visit McLeod Ganj and enjoy the beauty of the nature on the earth. Return back to hotel for dinner & Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 3: Dharamsala - Dalhousie

After breakfast in the hotel, checkout and drive to Dalhousie.

On arrival check into the hotel and later visit Panchpula, a beautiful spot  which is barely 3 kms from G.P.O, Subhash Baoli, just about 1 km from G.P.O. which is a charming natural spot with tall pine trees.Also visit Laxmi Narayan Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and was built more than 150 years ago.

Later return back to hotel for dinner & Overnight stay at hotel.


Day 4: Day 04: Dalhousie

After enjoying breakfast in the hotel, visit Khajjiar & Chamba.Visit Khajji Naga Shrine, Khajjiar Lake, Chaugan in Chamba, Rang Mahal, Rock Garden at Devi Dehra.

Later drive back to hotel for dinner & Overnight stay at hotel.


Day 5: Day 05: Dalhousie - Delhi

After an early breakfast drive to Delhi. On arrival, transfer to your convenient place for onward destination.

End of tour services.



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    • 2 Persons – 1 Double Room
    • 3 Persons – 1 Double Room with extra bed
    • 4 Persons – 2 Double Room
    • 5 Persons – 2 Double Room with extra bed
    • 6 Persons – 3 Double Room
    • 7 Persons – 3 Double Room with extra bed
    • 8 Persons – 4 Double Room
    • 9 Persons – 4 Double Room with extra bed
    • 10 Persons – 5 Double Room
    • 11 Persons – 5 Double Room with extra bed
    • 12 Persons – 6 Double Room
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    • For upto 3 persons, AC Indica Car or similar vehicle shall be provided. In case you wish to upgrade to Innova car it can be done by paying extra cost.
    • For 4-6 persons AC Innova car or similar vehicle shall be provided.
    • For 4 persons in case they wish to take AC indica, extra charge per person shall be less in the per person price.
    • For 7-12 persons AC Tempo Traveller or similar vehicle shall be provided.

    Package Inclusion

    • 04 Nights accommodation in the hotel on twin sharing basis.

    • Daily breakfast & dinner in the hotel.

    • Transport services by an exclusive Car with a tourist driver as per Itinerary.

    • Driver Expenses, toll tax, parking inclusive.

    • All present applicable taxes.

    Package Exclusion

    • Tips, Camera fees, Laundry and other items of a personal nature.

    • Any other expenses not mentioned above.

    • Any guide charges.

    Travel Tips For Trip To Dalhousie From Delhi

    Tips To Help You Plan Your Trip To Dharamshala From Delhi.


    • McLeod Ganj – Perched at an elevation of 2,082 metres above sea level, McLeod Ganj is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dharamshala, including the residence of the 14th Dalai Lama. The place is famous for its fascinating Tibetan culture, temple and handicrafts. Hanuman Tibba, the highest peak, can be viewed from McLeod Ganj.
    • Dal Lake – The amazing lake is nestled amidst lush Deodar forests, exuding transcendence and serenity that make it a famous tourist spot in Dharamshala.
    • Bhagsunag Falls – It is also known as Bhagsu Falls, cascading from a height of 20 metres that never fails to enthral its spectators. The place also houses the Bhagsunath Temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is a famous tourist attraction and an important pilgrimage centre.       


    • Namgyal Monastery – Originally founded in 16th century by the second Dalai Lama, the monastery was relocated to Dharamshala in India following Tibetan uprising in 1959. It is the home to the 14th Dalai Lama and is also the largest Tibetan temple outside Tibet. It is one of the top tourist places in Dharamshala.
    • Masrur – The place is known for its marvellous rock-cut temples that date back to the 8th century A.D. Intricate temple carvings and images of Hindu deities from the epic Ramayana make this place an important religious hub.
    • Jwalamukhi Devi Temple – It is one of the most famous ancient temples dedicated to Goddess Durga and is one of the Shakti Peeth according to Hindu mythology. Surprisingly, there is no idol in the temple. Goddess Durga or Jwalamukhi is manifested as blue flames that burn through fissures in an old rock.
    • St. John Church – It is one of the oldest Anglican churches, dedicated to John the Baptist. Neo-gothic architectural style and Belgian stained-glass windows add to the appeal of the church.


    • Kangra Art Museum – The museum has a brilliant display of artefacts from Buddhist and Tibetan cultures. It beautifully preserves Kangra valley’s history, arts and craft and ancient artefacts.
    • Library of Tibetan Works and Archives – If you are interested in Tibetan culture and heritage, LTWA is a must visit. It houses valuable resources which includes some Buddhist Tibetan manuscripts as well.


    • Namgyalma Stupa – It is a Buddhist memorial dedicated to those who lost their lives during freedom struggle for Tibet. The fascinating structure is nestled amidst prayer wheels that are believed to similar to the ones built by emperor Ashoka the Great.
    • Tsuglag Khang Complex – The home of Dalai Lama, it is one of the must visit places in Dharamshala. It houses the Namgyal Monastery, a book shop, library, cafe and the private residence of the Dalai Lama.    

      Tips To Help You Plan Your Trip To Dalhousie From Delhi.


    • Panchpula – Panchpula means Five Bridges. It is located 3 km. away from the hill station and is known for its gushing streams and scenic vistas that make it one of the best tourist attractions in Dalhousie. Trekking from Panchpula up to Dainkund Peak is an amazing experience.
    • Dainkund Peak – Perched at a height of 2755 metres above sea level, Dainkund is the highest peak in Dalhousie and provides spectacular view of the lush valley beneath. Trekking up to Dainkund Peak is one of the most popular things to do in Dalhousie. It also houses the temple of Pholani Devi.
    • Chamera Lake – It is an artificial lake that features incredible vastness and beauty, and is believed to be marvel of modern engineering.
    • Subhash Baoli – The perennial spring is named after Indian freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose who lived here and is believed to be rejuvenated by the therapeutic water of this spring. The place also has stupendous scenic beauty.
    • Jhandri Ghat – Nestled amidst pine and deodar trees, it is located 2 km. away from Dalhousie. It is an ideal place for family picnic amidst the mountains and gurgling streams.  


    • St. John’s Church – The church was built in 1863 and houses an amazing stained glass painting of Jesus along with St. John and St. Peter.
    • Bara Pathar Temple – It is one of the famous temples in Dalhousie, dedicated to Goddess Bhulwani Mata. If you visit the hill station in July, do not miss to be a part of the temple’s grand festival held during this time every year.
    • St. Patrick’s Church – If you visit Dalhousie on weekend, make sure you visit the church on Sunday as the authorities conduct a weekly service that is attended by locals and tourists alike.


    • Kala Top Wildlife Sanctuary – Situated at an altitude of 8000 feet, Kala Top Wildlife Sanctuary is not a gateway to unveiling exotic species of flora and fauna like bear, deer and leopards, but also provides a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and forests.


    • Jandrighat Palace – The ancient palace belongs to the Raja of Chamba and exhibits regal lifestyle and royalty of the kings.
    • Rang Mahal – Built in the 18th century, Rang Mahal served as the residence of royal women. The palace exhibits marvellous display of Mughal and British architecture. The walls are adorned with Punjab hill style paintings that narrate stories from the life of Lord Krishna.