The Dalai Lama, little Tibet with nuns and monasteries, a spectacular international cricket ground where the bowler seems to 'run in from the Himalayas', this and so much more to un[travel] in Dharamshala. Literally bursting at the seams with everything Tibetan, from momos to monks, there are Tibetan souvenir shops around every corner and nirvana-searching souls of every known nationality. This former colonial hill station, in the higher reaches of Kangra Valley, is now the centre for the exiled Tibetan government. Surrounded by beautiful dense pine and deodar forests, Dharamshala is divided into the Upper section (which is essentially Mcleodganj about 4 kilometres north) and Lower section of town. Usually the base camp for fantastic trekking opportunities in the area, cafe culture is huge here with the gentle rustling of red robes at the table next to yours as monks and nuns visit for their daily cuppa as well. Restaurants boast of regular Hollywood patrons, from Goldie Hawn to Richard Gere, and often have their pictures up along with an amazing international cuisine from Italian to Punjabi. Pack your bags to un[travel] essential Mcleodganj and share a piece of its culture with a topping of adventure.
Check in: 21 Mar Check Out: 24 Mar
- All Transport in one vehicle (Toyota Innova or Mahindra Xylo - 4-5 people in each).
- Accommodation for all nights on twin/double sharing basis.
- 2 meals on each day (breakfast and dinner) at the hotel.
|Date/Location||Suggested Activities||Suggested Accom|
|Day 1 McLeod Ganj||Pick up from Chandigarh - Drive to Mcleodganj||8 Auspicious Him View Hotel|
|Day 2 McLeod Ganj||Mcleodganj Sightseeing, Norbulingka||8 Auspicious Him View Hotel|
|Day 3 McLeod Ganj||Trek to Triund or Snowline||8 Auspicious Him View Hotel|
|Day 4 McLeod Ganj||Departure||8 Auspicious Him View Hotel|