Hey Sirish, it's a great time to visit to enjoy snowfall also ... go ahead .... The places to visit in Dharamshala are :- Bhagsu naag falls Shiva cafe :- A must visit cafe ... Trek to Triund :- A complete trek is 8 hours ... Dalai Lama temple Eateries are Germany bakery, Tibet kitchen, Moon peak expresso, Jimmy's cafe ... choose a homestay and that's best I feel ... here are few :- Himalayan home stay The divine Hima Gautama nivas apartment Happy Travelling Bro !!!
Dharamshala is famous for Tibetan religious and political capital in India and for a beautiful cricket stadium ( HPCA). For a person looking out for a trip to a hilly space in India, it is a really good option for 2 -3 days spend, also there are nearby towns like Manali and Shimla which can be visited. There are peaks to climb, waterfalls to enjoy and lakes to view. In winters there is enough snowfall to play with. There is a dominant Tibetan culture in an upper part of Dharamshala ( Meclodganj ) along with a famous Church. Two(Chamunda and Brijeshwari ) of the total nine primary temples of Hindu Goddess is also under 20 km range.
Hey! That’s an amazing place, rather the Mcleodganj! You can visit St. John’s church, Naddi village, Dal lake, Tibet museum, Namgyal monastery, cricket stadium, temples and so much more! If you love cafes then Shiva cafe, Carpe Diem and Illiterati cafe are among the best ones to sip on a coffee. For shopping hit the local Mcleodganj Bazaar. You can find some good deals to stay at Naddi village (that’s where I stayed during my visit in this April).
Dear fellow traveler winters here are frigid with occasional snowfalls; however, it makes the valley look much more beautiful. The hill station is lush during this time, and the brilliant blue sky sets a striking background behind the fluttering prayer flags of the monasteries. checkout the link below to get full info on Dharmshala.
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