|Region/Location:||Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh|
|Dharamshala Tourist Places:||Dalai Lama Temple, Tibetan Monastery, Dal Lake, Bhagsu Nag Temple & Waterfall, St. John Church & Norbulingka Institute|
|Best Time To Visit:||October to June|
Dharamshala Tourist Information
Lets start tourist information about Dharamshala city:
Dharamshala is a headquarter of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh in Kangra district. It is located in the shadow of Dhauladhar mountain Ranges, at a height of 1,457 meters above from the sea level, covering an area of almost 8.51 km (3.29 sq mi).
Dharamshala city is divided into two sections like Lower Dharamshala or just Dharamshala and Upper Dharamshala (Also known as Mc Leod Ganj). The main bazaar (Market) is referred as Kotwali Bazaar in the Lower Dharamshala. Total distance between the lower and upper Dharamshala is 9 Km. McLeod Ganj is surrounded by pine, Himalayan oak and rhododendron.
Dharamshala is also known as “Little Lhasa” in India, because of its large population of Tibetans and residence of his Holiness Dalai Lama. The city has many beautiful monasteries, Buddhist temples, culture institute and Buddhist education centers.
Dharamshala also has lush tea gardens which produce its popular Kangra tea. Traditionally known for Kangra green tea, Dharamshala Tea Company conducts guided tours of the tea gardens and tea factory.
Dharamshala city also a starting point to a number of trekking trails across Dhauladhar Mountains to the upper Ravi Valley and Chamba district.
Dharamshala city is famous for its Buddhism culture, arts, craft and long spreaded of tea estates in and around Dharamshala
Along with above Himachal tourist information, we also provide travel guide services for exploring the Dharamshala city.