Suggested Itinerary:  

Duration: 4 Nights / 5 Days

Route: Pathankot – Dalhousie – Dharamshala – Pathankot.

Pathankot – Dalhousie – Dharamshala Taxi Tour

Day 1:

Pickup from Pathankot Railway Station and drive to Dalhousie in our cab, on the way to your hotel enjoys the natural scenic pleasures (90 km, 3 hours). After check into hotel, sightseeing of the places: Panchpula Waterfalls in Dalhousie is a scenic place, which is surrounded by picturesque mountains and green valleys. Satdhara Falls (3 km): Satdhara Falls comes on the way while travelling to Panchpula from Dalhousie. This stunning Satdhara fall derives its name from the seven beautiful springs that flows from a height of 2036 meters. Subhash Baoli: (1 km): Subhash Baoli is located at a distance of around 1 km from Dalhousie has been named after Subhash Chandra Bose, the famous freedom fighter. In 1937, he had spent a lot of time in Dalhousie at this place. Subhash Baoli is a beautiful spot circumscribed by several and huge towering trees. St. John Church: St. John Church is one of the oldest church in Dalhousie. It is located in Gandhi Chowk and is one of the more popular spot for those who love photography, due to its steady mix of beauty and history. Gandhi Chowk & Subhash Chowk Dalhousie: Gandhi Chowk and Subhash Chowk is the lifeline of Dalhousie. Where you can spent time on Shopping and Eating. Gandhi Chowk Market is located at a convenient distance of just 15 minutes from the Central Bus Station. It is one of the most bustling places in the city and always packed with locals and tourists who come here not only to shop but also to relax, chill out and eat. Night stay at Dalhousie.

 
Day 2:

After breakfast full day sightseeing of the places: Bara Pather Dalhousie (4 km): Bara Pather is a famous temple in Dalhousie that attracts a lot of visitor every day. It is located amidst the quiet and pristine surroundings of Chamba Valley and is dedicated to Bhulwani Mata. The tourists love visiting this place for its excellent views of the snow-clad Himalayas. Dainkund Peak (12 km): Dainkund Peak is the highest peak in Dalhousie and famous as tourist spot where people come to experience the beautiful views and sense of calmness that this location has to offer with such a serene setting. Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary (12 km): Kalatop hill in Dalhousie is famous for many reasons and one such reason is the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, which is one of the most beautiful places in Dalhousie that draws tourists and make them fall in love with the place. This high altitude forest area is located at an average elevation of 2,500 meters above sea level and offers stunning views of thick pine, deodar, and oak forests. Khajjiar Lake (22 km): The Khajjiar lake is a paradise which makes one realize that there is no place like it in the whole world. On a clear and sunny day, tourist can enjoy the amazing view of Mount Kailash from the Khajjiar Lake. It is also known as Mini Switzerland of India. The main attraction of the Khajjiar lake is the floating island which is actually a cluster of grass and weed growing on the surface of the lake. Night stay at Dalhousie.

 
Day 3:

After breakfast proceed to Dharamshala (140 km / 5 hours), on the way to Dharamshala visit of the Chamera Lake (25 km): Chamera Lake is actually a reservoir formed by the Chamera Dam. It gives way to various water sports activities such as boat riding and fishing. After check into hotel day at leisure. Night stay at Dharamshala.

 
Day 4:

After breakfast full day sightseeing of the places: Naddi Village (12 km) – Naddi village is a Tribal Village above from Dal Lake and magnificent view of Dhauladhar snow mountain range from here. Sahaja Yoga Ashram & Meditation Centre (12 km):  Sahaja Yoga Ashram is situated in the beautiful, natural and peaceful location of Talnoo near the famous International Sahaja School in Village Naddi. In the Ashram meditation centre is open to public for free meditation and realization. Dal Lake (10 km): Dal Lake is a small mid-altitude lake near the Mcleodganj Dharamshala. The lake is surrounded by deodar trees and is considered to be a sacred spot as there is small Shiva Temple on its bank. St. John church (8 km): The St. John’s Church leaves traces of British rule in the country, located near Mcleodganj in Dharamshala. It came into existence in the year 1852. Bhagsunag Waterfall (12 km):  Bhagsunag Waterfall is among the most famous attractions of Mcleodganj Dharamshala. Located in the serene village of Bhagsu, the waterfall has a height of 20m. Mcleodganj & Dalai Lama (Namgyal) Monastery (9 km): Mcleodganj is a suburb of Dharamshala in Himachal. It is known as “Little Lhasa” or “Dhasa” because of its large population of Tibetans. The Tibetan government-in-exile is headquartered in McLeod Ganj.  Mcleodganj was established in the mid-1850s as a British garrison and this time Mcleodganj has become a major centre for the study of Buddhism and Tibetan culture. Tsuglagkhang, The Dalai Lama’s temple complex (Namgyal Monastery) is the life-blood of the Mcleodganj. The H.H. Dalai Lama temple is located a short walk away from the market. Kangra Art Museum (500 mtr): The Kangra Art Museum is located at the centre of Kotwali Bazar in Dharamshala. A must visit place for art lovers and history buffs. The prime attraction of the Kangra Art Museum is the miniature paintings have to be looked into for its intricate and mesmerizing work. Tea Gardens Dharamshala (1 km): The smallest tea region of Dharamshala has beautifully lined and organized tea gardens across the Kangra Valley. It is known for its good quality tea and is available for purchase in many shops across Dharamshala and Mcleodganj. War Memorial (1 km): War Memorial is located at the entry point of the Dharamshala town and it was built to commemorate the memory of those who fought valiantly for the honour of their motherland. Cricket Stadium Dharamshala (1 km): The Dharamshala Cricket Stadium ground has a snow-capped background in the form of the Dauladhar hill-range. The mountains add to the serenity of the venue, which lies at an altitude of 1317 metres above sea level. Another impressive feature is its openness and small-sized stands, which allow for winds to sweep across. Norbulinga Tibetan Handicraft Institute (8 km): The institute is named after Norbulingka, the traditional summer residence of the H.H. Dalai Lamas in Lhasa, Tibet. The main building is a replica of the Norbulingka palace in Lhasa. Night stay at Dharamshala.

Day 5:

This day we leave you to your first day Pickup location – Pathankot Railway station or Airport.