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Top 10 best places to visit in Dharamshala

Dharamshala is a beautiful city located in the district of Kangra, Himachal Pradesh. Besides, lying on the southern spur of the mesmerizing Dhauladhar mountains, Dharamshala is also home to HH The Dalai Lama. One can explore various treks in and around Dharamshala, many beautiful offbeat places and  a lot of tea gardens!

  Below are the best 10 places near Dharamshala that are worth visiting, while you are in Dharamshala :

Kareri Village (approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes' drive)

Kareri Village is a picturesque and serene village Situated at an elevation of approximately 2,000 meters (6,600 feet) above sea level, it offers breathtaking views of the surrounding Dhauladhar Range and lush green valleys.

Kareri Lake Trek

At an altitude of around 2934 metres (9,626 ft) above the sea level, covering a distance of approximately 26 kilometers (round trip). Trek starts from Kareri Village. Nestled amidst the Dhauladhar Range, Kareri Lake is a pristine glacial lake surrounded by alpine forests, making it a perfect destination for nature lovers and trekkers.
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Boh Valley

Nestled in the Tehsil Shahpur of Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh, India, lies the picturesque village of Boh. Located approximately 26 kilometers from Shahpur (30 mins away from our farm),this serene village offers a tranquil escape amidst the natural beauty of the region.

Khabru Waterfall Trek

Khabru Waterfall is in Boh valley(Shahpur), 31kms from our farm. It is a hidden gem that showcases the raw beauty of nature. It is a 3km hike from Boh village. To reach Khabru Waterfall, one can embark on a scenic trek through the hilly terrain, taking in the breathtaking views along the way.

Norbulingka Institute (Approximately 45 minutes' drive)

Norbulingka Institute is a prominent cultural and educational center located near Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh, India. Discover the rich Tibetan heritage and witness traditional arts and crafts at this renowned institute, dedicated to preserving Tibetan culture.
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Tea Gardens (approximately 28 minutes' drive)

Explore the lush tea gardens of Dharamshala and witness the process of tea cultivation while enjoying the serene surroundings. Dharamshala and its surrounding areas are known for their picturesque tea gardens, where the famous Kangra tea is cultivated.

Masroor Rock Cut Temple (approximately 120 minutes' from the farm)

Masroor Temple, is a fascinating archaeological site. The temple is renowned for its impressive rock-cut architecture, resembling the famous temples of Ellora in Maharashtra. The temple complex features a group of monolithic rock-cut temples carved out of a single rock formation.
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Bathu ki Ladi (approximately 60 minutes' from the farm)

Bathu ki Ladi, also known as the Bathu Temple, is a unique and intriguing attraction located near Shahpur in Himachal Pradesh, India. Bathu ki Ladi is renowned for its floating temple, which is built on a massive floating slab of stone in the middle of the Maharana Pratap Sagar Lake (also known as Pong Dam Lake). This architectural marvel is a sight to behold, as the temple appears to be floating on the water surface.
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Ghranu Temple

Ghranu Temple, located in Chamba, is a sacred Hindu shrine that holds great religious significance. Ghranu Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is considered one of the important temples in Chamba. It is believed that visiting the temple and offering prayers here brings blessings and fulfills the wishes of devotees.


Dalhousie is a picturesque hill station located in the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas. It is known for its stunning landscapes, lush greenery, and pleasant weather throughout the year. Named after Lord Dalhousie, a British governor-general of India, the town still retains its colonial-era charm. You can explore colonial-style buildings, churches, and enjoy a leisurely walk through its quaint streets.
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Mini Switzerland of India: Khajjiar, often referred to as the "Mini Switzerland of India," is known for its lush meadows, dense forests, and a beautiful lake in the center. It is a scenic paradise that offers a tranquil retreat. The Khajji Nag Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Hadimba, is a major attraction in Khajjiar. The temple's unique architecture and serene surroundings make it a popular pilgrimage site.
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