|Dharamsala- is the main hill station
in the Kangra Valley - a fertile, undulating valley, lying between
the gentle Shivalik Hills and the foothills of the mighty Dhauladhars
- a valley noted for the beauty of its scenery - lush terraces,
wooded hills and sparkling streams. The Dhauladhars, "the
white mountains" that rise 4,000 m above the valley floor,
provide a dramatic backdrop Picturesque. Dharamsala, built on
a spur of the Dhauladhar range, commands a splendid view of
the surrounding country.
Mcleod Ganj- A charming Tibetan settlement has bustling bazaars
that sell carpets, Tibetan handicrafts, and delicious Tibetan
Kangra- Kangra is a lush valley with rich harvests of grain
and a plentiful of fruits that includes peach , pear plum
and apricot . Famed for giving rise to Kangra school of paintings,
Kangra valley has many temples and shrines, prominent among
them are Jwalamukhi, Kangra and Baijnath temple .
Machhrial And Tatwani- This is an exotic waterfall, which
is twice as big as the one near the Bhagsunath temple and
and there's a hot spring a little beyond it. Machhrial and
Tatwani is approximately 25 km from Dharamshala.
Access by Air :
Dharamshala can be reached through airways thrice a week with
the Indian Airlines. The closest airport is situated in the
city of Jammu (204 kms).
Access by Rail :
Pathankot is the nearest railhead for Dharamshala. All the
major cities are connected to Pathankot which is 3 hours away
Access by Road :
One can travel by luxury buses from Delhi and Shimla to the
city of Dharamshala. There are many other regular bus services
available from the major cities to Dharamshala.
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