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This is your very own sanctum which lies in the serene surroundings on the threshold of forest land & range of five hills – Kathlog, Poteryn, Tehra, Bakrota and Balon at a height of 2000 mtrs. Just 3 kms from GPO, Dalhousie. Rediscover and recharge yourself with a quiet holiday where nature blesses you and makes you unwind and forget all about your stressful lives.
From planning a workshop, a management seminar, marketing or training session, we can customize our facilities to meet your individual needs and ensure a memorable event. We also organise special theme evenings and group activities with our fully equipped communications systems and presentation facilities to ensure the smooth running of your business or social events. 2000 sq ft of versatile meeting space with adjoining terrace and convenient amenities and a fully equipped state-of-the-art business centre provide every facility for corporate meetings and entertainment. Services available include: Internet services (Wi-Fi connectivity), Interpreter, PC rental, courier services, secretarial services, fax, photocopier and audio/visuals on rental basis. (All this on request with prior intimation).
Approximately 4 to 5 hour walk. A soft trekking rout starting from Barapatthar to Panjpulla waterfall. This trek flags off from Twelve Rocks (Barapatthar) and ends at the foothill of the Gangi Phari (Bald mountain) through the off track often used by the villager to come down. The trek is around 4-5 K.M on a terrain that is usually not rough or un-conventional. With the entire valley stretched in front of you & plenty of open space to roam around you will feel as if you have grown wings and can fly.
Dalhousie Adventure offers a special treat to all the adventure junkies and thrill seekers to explore one of the remotest parts of the Himalayas. Our 5 days and 4 night package offers you a great opportunity to explore Pangi valley as you drive through Sach Pass. Our well-maintained all-terrain hardy vehicles have traversed high altitude regions and reached far out destinations that you have only dreamt of. Our expert mountain drivers ensure you have a safe and comfortable drive through some of the most breathtaking routes in the west Himalayas.
Rock climbing is a very popular sport in Himachal Pradesh. Rock Climbing Tours provided here has become the most popular adventure sport due to the safety and excellent service. Rock Climbing Tours in Himachal involve the element of being surrounded by serene views and the rush of adrenaline hand in hand.
It’s a sport which consists of riding bicycles off road, often over rough terrain; hence it has become the most exhilarating leisure sport. Dalhousie has got the coolest biking terrain to quench your thirst for adventure in these mountains.
Chamba is dotted with magnificently carved temples, palaces and buildings that you should visit. The Laxmi Narayan Temple, the main temple of Chamba and dating back to the 10th century, is a great work of art, built in a shikhara style. Within the same complex, visit the Temple of Radhakrishna, Shiva Temple and Gauri Shanker Temple.
Champavati Temple is a temple built in the memory of the King Sahil Varman's daughter Champavati. It showcases some fine stone carvings on its walls and roof.
The 1000-year-old Vajreshwari Temple, dedicated to the Goddess of Lightning, Vajreshwari, is yet another temple to visit.
Sui Mata Temple, located atop the hill of Shah Madar, is a beautiful place to visit. While here also see the Chamunda Devi Temple. The Hari Rai Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu is an 11th century temple in Chaugan, also worth visiting.
The Akhand Chandi Palace, belonging to the Chamba Family, is a beautiful work of art, with its glass work, fine woodwork and painted walls.
Also visit the Rang Mahal, said to be one of the largest monuments, built after the Mughal and British style of architecture. To learn about the rich cultural heritage of Chamba, visit the Bhuri Singh Museum that has a rich collection of scriptures, manuscripts, paintings, coins and jewellery, mostly the private collection of the founder of the museum. For an excursion, head out to the village of Saho, 20 kms from Chamba, where you can see the famous temple dedicated to Lord Chandra Shekhra or Shiva.
Dalhousie is a hill station in Chamba district, in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on 5 hills and has an elevation of 1,970 metres above sea level.
When in Dalhousie, you can explore the surroundings by going on long walks, enjoy picnics with family and loved ones, trek in the dense pine and deodar forests and star gaze at night. While there, also indulge in zorbing and pony rides in Khajjiar. Dalhousie has a small Tibetan market where you can buy all kinds of knick-knacks, electronics and toys imported from China.
While Dharamsala also have institutes that have been established to preserve the Tibetan art, cultures and traditions. The culture of Dharamshala has a strong influence of Buddhism that is also apparent within some of their architectural tributes. There is a Stupa in Dharamshala which is surrounded by prayer wheels.
The Tibetan settlement of Dharamshala began in 1959, when His Holiness the Dalai Lama had to flee Tibet and the Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, allowed him and his followers to settle in McLeodGanj (in Upper Dharmshala), a former colonial British summer picnic spot.
Visa in not needed for Indian citizens. Everyone else need a visa.
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