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A holiday in Dalhousie will make you feel like you are living in the lap of nature. Dalhousie is one of the popular hill stations of Himachal Pradesh. It is located at a height of 1962 metres above the sea level.

The most attractive things about Dalhousie are the beautiful weather conditions. There is always freshness of the air. The weather in the region of Himachal is pleasant from April till November.

This place is a beautiful home to many wild life species like chinkara, barking deer, wild boars, langurs, Himalayan Black bears and many more.

Our Dalhousie Tour Packages From Delhi,Amritsar,Pathankot and Chandigarh are exclusively curated to explore the pleasantness of the hill station.

The road to the hill station passes through the pine forests. The pine forests of the region are the major attraction for tourists.

More About Dalhousie

Khajjar: emulating the real Switzerland, this beautiful hamlet is famously known as the small Switzerland of India.

Bakrota hills: Situated at a distance of 5 km from the Dalhousie town, these hills are engulfed by the thickest forests of pine and deodar trees. It is a trekker’s paradise

Chamera Lake: an artificial lake, which is actually a reservoir of the Chamera dam is a beautiful picnic spot and to enjoy water activities.

Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary: Facing the village of Khajjar, the sanctuary is inundated with wildlife animals like chinkara and black deer.

Panjpulla Waterfalls: it looks best in the monsoon. Trekkers and Photographers love this place as it offers them the adventurous tracks to trod and lush green beauty to capture.

Olden Churches: St Patrick’s Church, St. John’s Church and St. Francis Church are the neo-gothic churches that remind you of the colonial era during the Dalhousie taxi tour.

The town is named after a princely state of British India, which was merged with India in 1948. The state was created in 1809 and was named later Dalhousie in honor of the then Lieutenant-Governor General of British India, Lord Dalhousie, who died in 1856.

It was during the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, from 1837 to 1839, that Dalhousie was built up and named after the then Lieutenant Governor of British India, Lord Dalhousie.

Dalhousie is located in the foothills of the Great Himalayas. The area is a part of the greater Himalayan Range that extends along the southern part of the India-Tibet border region.

The altitude of the place ranges from 815 metres (2,648 ft) in the north to 1,350 metres (4,429 ft) in the south.

The climate is also pleasant with an average temperature ranging between 20-35 degrees C in summer and 6-20 degrees C in the winters. In summer, people go for sightseeing, hiking, trekking and fishing. In winter, people enjoy skiing and winter sports.

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