Hill Ventures organizes a day visit to the popular attractions, to its esteemed guests on request, which is broken down into two types namely Dharamshala Tour and Mcleod Ganj tour. A Transport / private car with professional chauffeur shall be arranged for the tour, depending on the number of persons for the tour.
Dharamshala is a city in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by cedar forests on the edge of the Himalayas, this hillside city is home to the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government-in-exile. The spectacular beauty spellbound tourists who always rush here for a serene vacation exploring the exquisiteness of nature in the surrounding landscapes and experience the wilderness around the deep forest zones mainly covered with high dense cedars.
Dharamshala may sound like a strange thing to add to one’s itinerary, but the magnificent natural backdrop and the cool winds constantly drifting across the grounds is what makes a trip to HPCA Stadium (as it is also known) worth it. Indigo skies, an eternal stream of the fresh mountain breeze, and the vast expanse of lush green field offer a sensory experience like no other. With a view comparable to the Adelaide Oval or Newlands, this stadium competes with the best in terms of its magnificence. (1.0 km from Dharamshala)
The Library of Tibetan Works and Archives is one the pioneering institutions in the study and research of Buddhism. With as many as 80,000 manuscripts, 600 Buddhist artifacts including beautifully crafted silk applique thangkas and a three dimensional, wood carved mandala of the Avalokiteshwara, one of the most revered and compassionate Bodhisattva in Buddhism. With an air of peace and serenity descending upon people who visit the museum, it is indeed a calming experience to visitors of this offbeat museum in India. (0.5 km from Dharamshala)
Located on the way to Mcleodganj, this neo-gothic church was built in dedication to John the Baptist in 1852 and is one of the most important churches in Himachal Pradesh. (2.0 km from Dharamshala)
It is situated in the pine forests near Dharamshala town and the journey itself to this place is totally worth it. This memorial is dedicated to all the martyrs who laid their lives during indo pak and indi china war. (1.0 km from Dharamshala)
A serene monastery of holiness, this monestry is in the lower regions of Dharamshala. (4.0 km from Dharamshala)
This lake is 11 km from lower Dharamsala and is covered around with deodar trees. The walk along the pristine lake is much memorable specially in winters, when the lake is covered with all snow.(3.0 km from Dharamshala)
Dharamshala has beautifully lined and organized tea gardens across the Kangra Valley known as The smallest tea region of India. It is known for its good quality tea and is available for purchase in many shops across Dharamshala and Mcleodganj. The tea gardens are very close to Bus stand Dharamshala.(0.5 km from Dharamshala)
It is a pristine mountain ridge situated at a great height and provides a mesmerizing view of the Moon Peak-Indera Pass, almost a 9-km trek away from Mcleodganj . This is an ideal spot for picnics and the clean and pristine environment will surely rejuvenate your senses.(12.0 km from Dharamshala)
Legends speak of a time when evil spirits landed the mountains and harassed the Gods. The gods decided to vanish them, directed by Lord Shiva. All the powers of the different Gods were focused and a huge flame rose from the base of the Earth. The Jwala or the Fire is been litting in the temple for centuries.(40.0 km from Dharamshala)
His Holiness Dalai Lama residence. This complex has a monastery, various stupas and temples, bookstore and a cafe”” which will attract devotees from all over the world and serve tourists as well.
A majestic and grand waterfall situated in a river in most pristine form about 3 km away from McLeodganj.(8.0 km from Dharamshala)
This temple attracts a lot of devotees and tourists throughout the year surrounded by beautiful pools and lush greenery is a popular location to visit.(7.0 km from Dharamshala)
This Museum is dedicated to the brilliant marvels of Tibetan and Buddhist artwork and their rich history. Its is situated near the bus station of Dharamshala.(0.0 km from Dharamshala)
Situated about 32 kms from Kangra in Dharamsala on the Nagrota- Surian Link Road, Masroor Rock Cut Temple is an archaeological site which is currently in ruins. The complex is a combination of 15 rock cut temples designed in the Indo- Aryan style of architecture, believed to have been built in the 8th century (as per relics). (48.0 km from Dharamshala)
Located 5 kms away from the town of Dharamsala in Khaniyara, at the foothills of Dhauladhar, Aghanjar Mahadev Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Believed to have been built around 500 years ago, the temple is nestled amidst bounteous forests and emerald mountain peaks. (0.0 km from Dharamshala)
Located inside the Thekchen Chöling temple complex in Mcleodganj near Dharamsala, Kalachakra Temple is a popular Tibetan temple which was built in 1992. Kalachakra Temple is situated on the west side of the Tsuglagkhang Temple, the shrine is known for housing the stunning murals of Kalachakra (Wheel of Time) which are linked to the Avalokitesvara, of whom Dalai Lama is a manifestation. Used as a centre of public teaching by Dalai Lama himself, the stunning temple is an architectural marvel and boasts of Tibet’s rich ethnicity and artistic prowess. (7.0 km from Dharamshala)