Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station in Chamba district, in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on 5 hills and has an elevation of 1,970 metres above sea level. The tiny tinsel town of Dalhousie is a paradise tucked away in the lap of Himachal Pradesh. It boasts of old-world charm, mesmerizing natural landscapes, pine-clad valleys, flower-bedecked meadows, fast-flowing rivers and magnificent misty mountains. This hill station was one of the favorite summer destinations of the Britishers during the Indian colonial era.
Popular places to visit in Dalhousie:
Often referred to as 'mini-Switzerland of India', Khajjiar is a small town near Dalhousie which provides tourists a unique combination of forests, lakes and pastures. This region also attracts adventure seekers and has a lot of options in adventure sports like paragliding, horse riding, zorbing, trekking etc. Khajjiar is a must visit place for everyone coming to Dalhousie.
Dalhousie has a collection of some of the most beautiful and rich natural splendors and the Chamera Lake, in the Chamba district, is one of such attraction, which almost every tourists love to visit in Dalhousie. Dalhousie has a collection of some of the most beautiful and rich natural splendors and the Chamera Lake, in the Chamba district, is one of such attraction, which almost every tourists love to visit in Dalhousie.
Surrounded by a cover of fresh, green pine and deodar trees, Panchpula is a waterfall and a popular picnic spot in Dalhousie. The weekend trip from Dalhousie to Panchpula is most popular among tourists, who make it a point to visit Satdhara springs on their way to Panchpula. Everyone from adventure lovers to trekkers to photographers, love visiting this stunning destination which is surrounded by beauty. The best time to visit this wonderful spot is in summer and monsoon.
This wonderful destination tops the list of almost every traveler who visits Dalhousie with an aim to explore the natural splendours that are available in abundance here. Kalatop is located approximately 12 kms from Dalhousie and it can be easily reached through trekking. Kalatop hill is famous for the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, which is one of the most beautiful places in Dalhousie that draws tourists and makes them fall in love with the place.
It is surrounded by fantastic views of the Chamba valley - with snow-covered ranges and fresh, green pine and deodar trees. 'Satdhara' means seven springs. This is the perfect place for people in search of some tranquillity in their hectic life. The crystal clear water of the majestic Satdhara Falls gurgles with joy as little droplets bounce off the rocks onto us.