Dalhousie Travel

One of the most famous hill stations of Himachal Pradesh, Dalhousie is famed for its pleasant climate and natural beauty. Located in the district of Chamba, the beautiful hill station of Dalhousie is situated at the Western End of the Dhauladhar range of mountains. Drenched in emerald pine-clad valleys and awe-inspiring mountain views; the hill station paints the most beautiful facades of nature with the most astonishing colours of life.

A visit to Dalhousie is incomplete without exploring the picturesque Daikund Peak, nestled at a height of 2755 meters. With a backdrop of beautiful valleys, this is a perfect place to get clicked. Daikund Peak is also a trekkers’ paradise where cool breezes add to the adventure quotient.

Another treasure trove of Dalhousie is the Chamera Lake, which is approximately 15 kilometres away from Dalhousie. This artificial lake is perfect for day picnic where travellers can take the pleasure of boating as well.
If you wish to see mini Switzerland in India, you should definitely visit Khajjiar. Surrounded by flourishing covers of deodar and pine trees, the hill town of Khajjiar is a must visit. In addition to this, Kalatop Wildlife Reserve, located at an average elevation of 2,500 meters, is a great retreat for wildlife lovers. Apart from abundance of flora, the Sanctuary also boasts of great fauna, including Himalayan Black bear, Pheasants and Himalayan black marten, etc.

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How to Reach Dalhousie
By Air: Though Dalhousie doesn’t have its own airport, the closest domestic airport is in Pathankot which is just 75 kilometres away from the hill station.
By Train: The easiest and most convenient way to reach Dalhousie is by train. Pathankot’s Chakki Bank railhead is the closest station catering the hill station.
By Road: Road journey to Dalhousie is extremely beautiful. Abundance of private and state-run buses are available.


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