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Often known as the Switzerland of India, it is situated at an altitude of 1,951 m in the foothills 3: Kalatop Khajjiar Wildlife Sanctuary (Near Dalhousie) At a distance of 10 km from Dalhousie, 16 km from Khajjiar and 38 km from Chamba, Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary or Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary, is wildlife sanctuary located in Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh....
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And the mountains echoed
Ga for Gavi The for Thekkady Pa for Pandikuzhy and finally Pe for Periyar...;)
at our first pitstop for breakfast beautiful pine forest on d way to Periyar Happened to see this beautiful waterfalls en route to Kumily en route to Kumily en route to Gavi...:) at Pizza Max Thekkady loved this panorama Bless me Mother...:) met some guys en route who were happy to pose with us.:) Everything about this trip screamed awesome....i cant even describe how good it was......
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Below is point which can you cover - Dainkund Peak khajjiar Bakrota Hills Village Lohali Gandhi Chowk(G.P.O) Bakrota Hill Sadar Bazar Tibetan Market Panchpula Kalatop and Kalatop Forest Note - In Winter you can may be not able to visit few place, basically you can enjoy the nature, snowfall and spa facility of hotels due to heavy snowfall, but sometime just taking rest in nature is also a good for us....
A cliched valentine on the Goa beaches ...
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I can suggest to keep your baggages at bay and come here to refesh yourself.Trust me you will fall in love with this place.Take your time and visit Dainkund, Khajjiar (the mini Switzerland of India),Kalatop bird sanctuary,Bara Patthhar, Subhash Bowli, Panjpula, Satdhara, Chamera dam and lake,.For shopping you can visit the Tibetan Market at Gandhi Chowk and Dalhousie Bus Stand.The best time to visit here is april-to june and again october to mid november.You can also visit anytime at least carrying a raincoat or an umbrella because you can't predict showers here.Even you can get hailstorm in the monsoon or early onset of it.On a clear night you can become a star gazer also.Enjoy trekking and a pony ride.Beware of the monkeys though....
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To sum it all up, the Himachal Trip with familiy was overall much enjoyable.The Hotels that we stayed in were easily accessible , cheap and of good quality.We had no problem with availibilty of good food, as most of my fellow friends travelling there have comlained about.Travel expenes, though were a bit high, as we visited all the places in a Traveller mini-car,although it we reached from place A to place B in a very short time.In fact, throughout our travel in the car,the thrilling beauty of the mountains ,valleys, and tiny dots of hamelt-like populace on those vallleys,these scenes are almost out-of-the-world.So, one would never get bored even when one is inside the car.Lots of new people to meet around, their culture to savour, exquisite local foods, their clothing,their activities,etc. will make you want to visit the mountains over and over again....