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Dharamsala is a destination that offers something for everyone. This picturesque hill station, nestled in the lap of the Dhauladhar mountains, is a must-visit for travel enthusiasts. It attracts tourists from all corners of the globe and is renowned for weekend getaways. Dharamsala boasts stunning natural beauty, opportunities for walking, camping, trekking, yoga, spiritualism, and meditation. Visitors can also enjoy star-studded nights, serene lakes, majestic waterfalls, and a variety of international cafes. When considering whether Dharamsala is worth visiting, it is important to take all of these aspects into account.

Dharamsala is one place that has something for everyone, this hill station nestled in lap of Dhauladhar’s is a must for every travel freak. This place attracts tourist from all over the world and is famous for weekend getaways too. It has everything from scenic beauty to walking, camping, trekking, yoga, spiritualism, meditation; star studded night, lakes, waterfall, cafes from all over the world and much more. When thinking Is Dharamsala worth visiting keep all these aspects in mind.




Time : 8:30 am

Day Hike

Prepare yourself for an exciting journey from Bhagsunag to Dharamkot and Naddi. The adventure begins at Bhagsunag with a 3-4 hour easy hike that includes a visit to the Bhagsunag waterfall, followed by a scenic walk through Dharamkot, Galu, and Naddi Village.

As we hike to the famous waterfall, we will pass by the Bhagsu Mandir, where a beautiful pool awaits for those seeking a holy dip. Feel free to take a refreshing dip in the waterfall or simply dip your feet in the water while capturing the perfect selfie. The Bhagsu waterfall provides a serene setting for introspection and soul-searching.

Our journey continues through a vast expanse of flat slate rocks that glisten in the sunlight, resembling dried creek beds. We will navigate through a narrow lane to reach upper Bhagsu, eventually arriving at Dharamkot. Here, you can indulge in getting tattoos, braiding, or lullu, as Dharamkot is affectionately referred to as "little Israel," offering a variety of international cuisines. The village is a favorite among foreign tourists, known for its unique vibe that combines magic, spiritual energy of the Himalayas, peace, serenity, and a deep connection with nature.

The charming cafes in Dharamkot serve a plethora of dishes from around the world, tempting your taste buds with options like lasagnas, pasta, hummus, pancakes, and more. The village also serves as the starting point for the famous trek to Triund, adding to its allure.

After exploring Dharamkot, we will venture towards Naddi, where you can witness a breathtaking sunset over the Himalayas and visit the serene Dal Lake. The journey from Dharamkot to Naddi offers stunning views of the Dhauladhar range and the quaint villages nestled at the foothills. Along the way, we will pass through the Tibetan Children’s Village and then we pass thru jungle which is covered with Oak and Cedar trees and water pipes to reach St John’s Church. The magnificent church is built amid the picturesque valley of Mcleodganj. The church lies in dense jungle and is a monument dedicated to Lord Elgin.

  1. English Speaker Guide.
  2. Mineral water 01 Bottle.
  1. Breakfast , Lunch.
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