This angelic church is in Mcleodganj and is located about 8Km away from Dharamshala. St. John Church lies in a dense jungle and has a Christian cemetery surrounding. This classic architectural design is powerful and attracts many people from far and wide. Explore this place and witness the occult beauty of ancient architecture at the Church of St. John.
It is situated on the peak of a hill. Here, you can witness the panoramic view of the Kangra valley and Dhauladhar ranges. You can also reach Dharamkot by a simple trek from Bhagsu. The scenery from Dharamkot is spectacular. Many small restaurant, shops or stalls are situated in the path where you can relax and slurp the beverages.
Dhauladhar nature park is situated at a distance of 13 km from Palampur and a major attraction for wildlife enthusiasts. Also known as the Gopalpur Zoo, this place is a home for a variety of fauna in a mini zoo including leopards, black bears, and various other varieties of deer, along with lion, rabbits, and sambhar.
Plan for this exhilarating trek and you will not be disappointed. This 9Km enthralling trek will let you cross the rugged villages of Rakkar and Dharamkot. One can tender the splendid view of the Dhauladhar range and the deep Kangra valley. Once you reach the top, you can witness the snow-covered peaks against the backdrop of blue skies.
Everyone knows about the famous Dal Lake in Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir) but only a few know there’s another lake by the same name in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. Nestled in the foothills of Naddi village, Dal Lake is an epitome of the divinity of nature and an ideal picnic spot. Circumambient by thick deodar forest & hills, one can take a quick walk around the lake in utmost serenity.
Imagine experiencing peace and calmness of mind while you are being struck by utmost beauty located at the beautiful backdrop of snow clad mountains. I think that’s how everyone feels when they visit Gyuto monastery in Dharamsala for the first time. The place is a home of young monks. To reach here, you will have to climb almost 100 steps. Gyuto Monastery is on a midway of Dharamshala and Sidhbari road.