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Dalhousie Tourism

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Pin-Code - 176304
STD Code - 01899
State - Himachal Pradesh
Famous for - Hill Station
Best time to visit - Between the months of March and June
Places to visit - Chamera Lake and Garam Sadak
Weather - Summer temperature ranges between 18 to 41°C, Winter temperate ranges between -1 to 18°C
Altitude - 1,970 m (6,460 ft)
Official Language - Hindi
Languages spoken - Hindi and Pahari

Dalhousie at Glance:

If, you wish to be witness to the true beauty of nature, adorned in its best of attire and all sorts of ornaments, then embark on Dalhousie tourism. Nature is bedecked like a charming bride in its all accessories and the magic of its beauty is so powerful that you will fall in love with it, in a single glance. You will really feel that if beauty if anywhere really exists, then its certainly in the hilly tracts of Himalaya, in Dalhousie hill station, situated in state of Himachal Pradesh.

Sightseeing in Dalhousie:

Have the outwardly experience in the serene world of hills, valleys and lakes, away from the din and toxicity of city life and breath in the fresh and pure air to bid adieu to all ills and woes. The tourist places in Dalhousie are so fantabulous that words fail to give the precise accounts. They can be only experienced defying the power of wordsmiths like writers and poets. As and when you enter deeper in to this hill station during your trip to Dalhousie, an array of awe inspiringly beautiful natural sites will unfold in its treasure. To have the unmatched experience of heavenly feel, tourist can pay a visit to Dainkund  peak. Tourists can reach this splendid spot resorting to trekking. Another prime attraction here is Khajjiar Lake. These are spots lovely to the extent of sprouting the feelings of love even in a callous heart. Satashara fall is set in the midst of densely grown vegetation as if a diamond glitters accentuating the beauty of a necklace. The salubrious climate coupled with the snow capped mountains, gorgeous valleys and lakes make in totality the most  idyllic spot for touring stand point and has been the most favored summer retreat for the city dwellers. Pan pulla, Kalatop wild life sanctuary, Bhuri singh museum, rang mahal and subhas Baoli are some of the other tourist places to visit in Dalhousie. There are also numerous religiously important places like temples and churches. For tourist having the penchant for adventures also, there are great provisions for the most exhilarating sports such as Horse riding, Zorbing, trekking, visiting Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary and museums. Journey to hill station of Dalhousie is most perfect for photographers, painters, writers, poets and so on. There are number of ideal places to shop in Dalhousie viz. Himachal Handloom Industry Emporium, Tibetan market, Tibetan Handicrafts Centre, Himachal Hand loom and Crafts Centre etc. Number of things can be bought during shopping in Dalhousie such as an assortment of handicrafts, gift items, trinkets, carpets, dolls, bags, carpets and so on. There are numerous options to make sojourn in Dalhousie, thanks to numerous hotels in Dalhousie in all ranges and types that go well with all pockets and needs.


Dalhousie History

Credit behind discovery and progress of the region as a hilly summer retreat goes well to Lord Dalhousi. Earlier this place had been the part of chamba state. In year 1853, this place had been accidently hit upon by Lord James Ramsay, the Marquess of Dalhousie. Dalhousie made no delay in purchasing this hilly tract from king of chamba and made all requisite furnishing to make the spot fit for the summer retreats for the Britishers.


Dalhousie Weather

Although, trip to Dalhousie can be undertaken in any part of year however, most ideal time would be during summer (between March and June) and winter season.


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