Places of Visit in Dharamshala

Top 10 places to visit in Dharamshala

The Dharamshala of McLeod Ganj is the actual residence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The famous Namgyal His Gompa Monastery has larger-than-life statues of Buddha, Padmasambhava and Avalokiteshwara, as well as golden prayer wheels. To understand the culture of Dharamsala’s inhabitants, a visit to the Tibetan Performing Arts Institute in the area is a must.

And to visit Dharamshala being a part of Aaroham Resorts is also a must. With the authentic beauty of Dharamshala Aaroham Resorts is one of the best place to stay in Dharamshala.

Dal Lake

Dharamshala’s famous Dal Lake is crystal clear surround by dense cedar forests at 1,775 meters above sea level.

This is a nice little natural lake around the mountains. Views of Dal Lake and picturesque sunsets. It is a famous tourist spot for picnics, relaxation and boat trips. A must visit with friends or family to pass your time.

Tea Gardens

Tea Garden Dharamshala at Kunal Pathri Temple Tour was an amazing experience. After visiting many places in Manali, Dharamshala and McLeodGanj, I would like to relax a bit more and see places that are really less crowded.

This tour was one of them. We were the only people there when we visited and loved the hospitality of the people there. We talked to them and learned a lot about how tea is grown and cultivated. The visit to the temple afterwards was amazing and had an incredible positive energy.

Tsuglag Khang

Just above the town of Dharamsala in the southwest corner of McLeod Ganj, the Tuglakhan Complex is actually the official residence of the 14th Dalai Lama. It is also known as the temple complex of the Dalai Lama. The residence of the Dalai Lama is located in this temple complex. And this is famous as Photang, Tuglakhang Temple, Tibetan Museum, Namgyak Gompa

Namgyal Monastery

Namgyal Monastery is also home to Tibet’s spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and is the largest Tibetan temple outside of Tibet. This beautiful monastery was found by the 2nd Dalai Lama in the 16th century to allow Namgyal monks to assist him in his public religious activities.

Bhagsu Waterfall

Bagus Falls A small waterfall just 2 kilometers from the city attracts many visitors each year. Bhagsunath Temple is just half a kilometer from the much-visited waterfall. Those seeking tranquility and a natural atmosphere can rest in the beautiful surroundings that the place offers.

Kangra Valley

Kangra Valley is located in Himachal Pradesh, northern India. This beautiful valley is located in the lower Himalayas (India) and extends over 55,673 km. This unique valley is said to have existed for 3,500 years. The valley is known for its handicrafts in fabric and miniature design.


Dharamkot is the perfect little yoga village, ideal for a few days away from the real world. If you’re lucky, you can take months off work.

Dharamkot is a great starting point for several Himalayan treks, including Triund, Iraq and Indrahar Pass.

Hanuman Ka Tibba

At a staggering height of 5,860 meters, Hanuman ka Tibba is the dominating peak of Manali’s Solang Valley. His trek through the vast Pil Panjal range is very popular with professional hikers and climbers due to the difficulty of the trails.

Hanuman ka Tibba is a charming place that draws you in from miles away. Even if you reach out and walk, the attraction is not easy.

A natural wonder that makes everything else seem small and worthless.


The Masroor Rock Cut Temple is a popular site in India, located about 20 miles from Kangra on the Nagrota-Surian Link Road. Many of the famous rock temples are in ruins, but the relics can still be clearly examine. They are a version of the North Indian Nagara style of architecture and are dedicate to the Hindu tradition of Shiva, Vishnu, Devi and Saura.

Kalachakra Temple

The Kalachakra Temple is located next to the famous Tsuglagkhang Temple. This temple is open to the public as a pilgrimage site. The murals and architecture of the temple represent the rich spiritual and artistic ethnicity of Tibet. The Dalai Lama used this temple as a center of public education.

Adjacent walls of Kalachakra Temple are adorne with portraits of the 14th Dalai Lama and 32 Shambhala kings, the first seven called Maharajahs (Great Kings) and the rest Kalkis.


These places are major attractions of Dharamashala as Aaroham Resorts. This resort is immensely famous as one of the best luxury cottages to stay in Dharamshala because of their great services and amenities.


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