You will be taken from Delhi/Chandigarh to Dalhousie following a 13 hours of journey. On arrival in Dalhousie, get a transfer to your hotel. Check in to the hotel. Spend rest of the time at leisure. Overnight stay will remain at the hotel
After having breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Dalhousie. On arrival, check in to the hotel. Visit attractions like Panchpula, Subhash Baoli, St. John's Church and St. Francis Church. Spend the afternoon at leisure and overnight stay at the hotel.
Panchpula: It is a nice picnic spot near Dalhousie town where you can spend some time with family. There is a waterfall and snack counters.
Subhash Baoli: It is a magnetic spot located amidst towering pine trees, which makes this place more incredible. The natural views of the place make it one of the most visited tourist attractions in Dalhousie.
St. John's Church: It is one of the oldest churches in the town, which is definitely visited by people coming here
After having a relishing breakfast, proceed to Dharamshala. It is the place where Dalai Lama lives in exile. On arrival, check-in to the hotel. Spend the afternoon at leisure. Have dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, proceed for a city tour of Dharamshala and visit attractions like Dalai Lama Temple Complex, Bhagsunag Fall & Temple, Church of St. John, War Memorial, Kangra Art Museum, Cricket Stadium and Norburlinka Institute. Spend the evening at leisure and stay comfortably overnight at hotel.
Dalai Lama Temple Complex: It is a beautiful, calm and scenic temple where Tibetan monks reside. There is an idol of Lord Buddha in the temple. One may enjoy the scenic views of the mountain ranges from the corridors of the temple.
War Memorial: It is a memorial of the post independence warriors (soldiers) of Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh.
Kangra Art Museum: The museum is home to an unusual compilation of art-crafts, artifacts, costumes and other treasures dating back to the 5th century. It also demonstrates different items like woodcarvings, tribal jewels, sculptures, pottery, anthropological items, coins, manuscripts and royal tents