Dalhousie Tourism & Travel Guide

Dalhousie is a quite congested hill station with a lot of hotels covering the town but it also offers well managed one way roads and a small but exciting mall road....

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DFO Rd

After reaching back to Subash chowk we visited local church and enjoyed great rainfall at Subash chowk. Weather was really good .we spent our evening at hotel.
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Gandhi Chowk Shopping Plaza

A very famous place that houses some very good hotels and restaurants is what defines Gandhi Chowk. A renowned place here is the Hotel Ark that opened its doors in 1941. This hotel has been serving the public and has won the favour of many with its modern amenities coupled with an old world charm and ambience. Tall pine and oaks surround the place. Try the fare at Café Dalhousie and be blown away by its array of Chinese, Indian and South Indian delicacies. Other famous hotels here Hotel Megha View and Hotel Meghars Pungi that offers one quality standards at economical rates. Gandhi Chowk is a place that is well known among the tourist circles as well.
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About Dalhousie

Himachal is the throne of a number of 'mini-Switzerlands' and Dalhousie is widely known to be one of them. Named after the British Governor-General of India (1848), Lord Dalhousie, this place remains a popular summer retreat mainly for the charming walks it offers around the pine-sheathed valleys with views of distant mountains. There are a few British-era architectural sights here worth visiting. For instance, St. John's Church, or the Rang Mahal, an 18th century monument of British and Mughal style architecture with paintings dating back to the very same era with a souvenir shop. One can delve into Dalhousie's Deodar-enveloped natural habitat in the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, home to many animal species such as the leopard, deer, bear, serow, barking goral and jackal and many streams flowing into the river Ravi. Nature and adventure enthusiasts should also try boating in the calm waters of Chamera lake or try the easy-level Dainkund trek. Tourists must visit the Tibetan Market to buy exquisite Himalayan handloom. Some popular restaurants for North Indian, Mughlai, Chinese and other multi-cuisine dishes are Moti Mahal, Kwality Restaurant and Hotel Mount View. Dalhousie is well connected by road and train, the nearest station being Pathankot, which is 80km away.

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March,April,May
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