(2 nights 3 days-Rs.7600/person)
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About Kangra

Known as one of the most picturesque valleys of the lower Himalayas, the Kangra Valley is full of greenery and provides a tremendous contrast in the nature of places you visit. The region is famous for arts and crafts. Crafts like the exquisitely designed shawls and miniature paintings of this region are internationally appreciated.

Places to visit

Baijnath Temple

The Baijnath temple located in the hilly state of Himachal Pradesh holds high religious importance amongst followers of Hinduism. It is a highly popular temple as it houses one of the 12 holy jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva in the country and devotees from across the country throng the temple to offer prayers to the lord. The temple, constructed in 1207 AD by Lord Shiva devotees and local merchants Ahuka and Manyuka, is believed to have medicinal powers as the water emerging from the temple is believed to heal people from their illnesses.

Jwalamukhi Temple

Famous for being a temple that doesn’t house any idol, the Jwalamukhi Temple is among the 51 total Shakti Peethas in India. The temple is situated 35 km south of Kangra valley in the town of Jwalamukhi in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Jwalamukhi- the Goddess of Light, also known as the Flaming Goddess or ‘She of the Flaming Mouth’.

Masrur Temples

The Masrur Temples, also referred to as Masroor Temples or Rock-cut Temples at Masrur, is an early 8th-century complex of rock-cut Hindu temples in the Kangra Valley of Beas River in Himachal Pradesh, India.The temples face northeast, towards the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas.They are a version of North Indian Nagara architecture style, dedicated to Shiva, Vishnu, Devi and Saura traditions of Hinduism, with its surviving iconography likely inspired by a henotheistic framework.

Kangra Fort

Kangra Fort is located 20 km from Dharamsala, on the outskirts of the town of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh. It’s the largest fort in the Himalayas and, according to the Archaeological Survey of India, it is 8th largest in the country – covering an area of 463 acres.

About Dharamshala

Dharamsala is located in the district of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh. What many people don’t know is that there are two parts of the city. One is known as Lower Dharamshala, which is its commercial center and dotted with markets, courts and the famous Kotwali Bazaar, where you come across items of everyday use. Upper Dharamshala is home to Mcleodganj as well as other structures which remind you of its colonial past. The two different parts of the city have something different to offer. As a tourist, it offers you the opportunity to unwind and take in the beauty of the surroundings.

Places to visit

Dal Lake

Dal Lake is a small mid-altitude lake(1,775 meters above sea level) situated at a distance of 11 kilometers away from Dharamshala near the village of Tota Rani on Macleodganj Naddi road in district Kangra Himachal Pradesh.Dal Lake is 2KM walk westwards from MacLeodganj bazaar. Nestling amidst lush green forests of deodar trees, the Dal Lake is famous for its scenic beauty and pilgrimage center.

Namgyal Monastery

Located in Dharamshala, the spiritual dwelling of a huge number of Tibetan monks have come and carved out the heavenly Namgyal Monastery in Himachal. This place was originally a monastery from the palace of Lhasa, which found its new incarnation in Dharamshala. The monastery is known to perform all important Tibetan ceremonies and host Tibetan monks from around the world.


Khajjiar is often referred to as the mini-Switzerland of India. The wide grassy areas that meet dense forests of deodar and cedar forests, with cottages dotting them at occasional intervals, lend them an appearance similar to the Swiss countryside.


This little town called Dalhousie, which is tucked in the mountainous and beautiful Himachal Pradesh, is indeed paradise on earth for tourists and travellers alike. This old town which still retains its yester year charm is loaded with beautiful natural landscapes, flower bedded meadows, valleys full of pine trees, pristine flowy rivers, and the stunning misty and snow-capped mountains which offer some of the most stunning views in the world. Due to the strong remnants of colonialism in this town, the architecture here still boasts of Victorian and Scottish styles of designs taking you instantly into the world of British setting.


Triund is the easiest Himalayan trek. With breathtaking views of the Kangra valley and the snow covered Dhauladhar ranges, it is also very picturesque.This trek provides majestic views of the hills all around. One gets mesmerised by its heights and the sceneries it provides. Get a chance to witness the many small hamlets and stream through the trek to Triund.

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