Dharamshala

Dharamshala: Home to Tibetan Culture

Best Time of Visit

May to October

Ideal Duration for Visit

3 to 4 days

Average Budget

2000 INR per person

Welcome To

Dharamshala

Dharamshala: Home to Tibetan Culture

Best Time of Visit

May to October

Ideal Duration for Visit

3 to 4 days

Average Budget

2000 INR per person

Travel Tip in Dharamshala

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Planning Toolkit

Summer

Summer is the peak season to travel to the hill station and can be crowded at times.

Rainy

Dharamshala receives annual average rainfall during the monsoon and it can be avoided due to the possibility of landslides.

Autumn

Autumn is mild and can be best for a trip.

Winter

Winter in Dharamshala is beautiful, covered up with snow. The trip in winter will be worth having.

The uniqueness of Masroor Temples!

The principal shrine of the temple faces northeast towards the Himalayan peaks unlike other Hindu temples, towards east.

The legend of "Jwala Ji"!

Legend says, Sati's tongue fell at Jwala Ji and the goddess manifested as tiny flames that eternally and flawlessly burned.

Fair at Dal Lake!

Every September, a grand fair is organized to celebrate Lord Shiva, by a large number of Gaddi Tribes.

St. John in the Wilderness Church!

The church was built in dense woods dedicated to St. John hence the name.

Taxis

Taxis can be easily rented to visit the whole city and it costs less if you are traveling in a group.

Rented Bike/ scooties

Two-wheelers are the best ways to explore the city and are cheaper.

Ropeway

The Dharamshala Skyway connecting Dharamshala and Mcleodganj via Cable Cars is one of the best ways.

Language

English and Hindi are spoken. Locals speak Tibetan and Pahari.

Crime Ratio

29.17% which is low.

Literacy Rate

85.77%

Population

53,543

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Package

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Dharamshala

Dharamshala: Home to Tibetan Culture

Best Time of Visit

May to October

Ideal Duration for Visit

3 to 4 days

Average Budget

2000 INR per person

Welcome To

Dharamshala

Dharamshala: Home to Tibetan Culture

Best Time of Visit

May to October

Ideal Duration for Visit

3 to 4 days

Average Budget

2000 INR per person

Travel Tip in Dharamshala

View All

Planning Toolkit

Summer

Summer is the peak season to travel to the hill station and can be crowded at times.

Rainy

Dharamshala receives annual average rainfall during the monsoon and it can be avoided due to the possibility of landslides.

Autumn

Autumn is mild and can be best for a trip.

Winter

Winter in Dharamshala is beautiful, covered up with snow. The trip in winter will be worth having.

The uniqueness of Masroor Temples!

The principal shrine of the temple faces northeast towards the Himalayan peaks unlike other Hindu temples, towards east.

The legend of "Jwala Ji"!

Legend says, Sati's tongue fell at Jwala Ji and the goddess manifested as tiny flames that eternally and flawlessly burned.

Fair at Dal Lake!

Every September, a grand fair is organized to celebrate Lord Shiva, by a large number of Gaddi Tribes.

St. John in the Wilderness Church!

The church was built in dense woods dedicated to St. John hence the name.

Taxis

Taxis can be easily rented to visit the whole city and it costs less if you are traveling in a group.

Rented Bike/ scooties

Two-wheelers are the best ways to explore the city and are cheaper.

Ropeway

The Dharamshala Skyway connecting Dharamshala and Mcleodganj via Cable Cars is one of the best ways.

Language

English and Hindi are spoken. Locals speak Tibetan and Pahari.

Crime Ratio

29.17% which is low.

Literacy Rate

85.77%

Population

53,543

For Custom
Package

Enquiry Now

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