• India
  • Himachal
  • Dharamsala
  • -7 C-38C
  • : 7,717 FT
  • Kangri, Himachali, Hindi, Tibetan
  • Sep-March
  • Pathankot
  • Kangra Airport
  • The trip was fabulous. Shimla is an amazing place with lots to see and do. Our tour operator was excellent. All of their suggestions and recommendations were solid. We loved our hotel and the location. All the tours were high-quality and we experienced no difficulties with pickups. Mr. Nitin was extremely pleasant to work with and truly wanted us to have a fabulous time.

    Kirti Saxena
  • We cannot recommend this travel company enough! My husband and I had been wanting to go to India for quite some time but had not done so due to lack of time to plan a worthwhile trip. Booking with this company was exactly what we needed--we told them the types of places and sites we wanted to see and they took care of the rest.

    Martin S
  • I got exactly the vacation I wanted for almost no work and probably cheaper than I could have done it myself. I told this travel company what I wanted and they just did the rest. The hotels and tours/activities were great! Couldn't have asked for more. Great service too they were very responsive and helpful!

    Chirag K

Trekking in Dharamsala

A beautiful refreshing day hike to Triund through Rhododendron forests can be done on horseback. Panoramic views of Bhagsu village, Mcleodganj, Dharamsala valley and distant views of Shivalik hills and plains of Kangra valley are a bonus, of course. Triund is a lush pasture at a 2,900-metre elevation. This is the base camp and acclimatization point for trekkers climbing the Inderahara point on Mt Dhauladhar. Dharamsala is a point of origin for a number of trekking expeditions that lead trekkers across Dhauladhar into the upper Ravi Valley and Chamba district. Midway one can cross through forests of deodar, pine, oak and rhododendron, and pass streams and rivers and wind along vertiginous cliff tracks, and also the occasional lake waterfall and glacier. A 2-km trek took me to Bhagsu, and then a further three-km walk led to Dharamkot. The chicken sizzlers with apple pie at a roadside café helped me make this expedition worth remembering. If one wishes to go on a longer walk then an eight-km trek will take one to Triund. The snowline of Ilaqa Got is just a five-km walk from there.Another trek took me from Mcleodganj to Bhagasunath falls. Almost three km trek through almost no road and risky terrain, a slip might see one end up with a crepe bandaged leg and even fatal. But reaching the Bhagsunath falls was bliss. With water gushing down in deep whirls and rumbling sounds across the sky, there’s absolute peace here. In case of a weak heart, one can opt for a riverside plain trek, that has no altitude climb.

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