Best To Travel
Mid May to Mid October
Winter 0 degree C. Summer 30 degree C
Dalhousie is a beautiful and serene hill station in the Western Himalayas.
It is a getaway to the ancient culture and unspoilt beauty. It is built on
and around five hills. It is true that this hill station could not be as
popular as Shimla or Darjeeling but one can also not deny that this place
has been the zone of private discovery for many intrepid traveller like
Rabindranath Tagore and Subhash Chandra Bose. Another fetching aspect of
this hill station is that many residents hold this opinion that on aclear
night they can spot Lahore beyond the border.
Travel Attractions in Dalhousie
- There are four beautifully made churches in
Dalhousie . They are : St. Andrew's Church and St. Patrick's Church at
Balun, St. Francis' Church at Subash Chowk and St. John's Church located at
This is a picturesque spot where a
monument has been built in the memory of a famous freedom fighter named
Sardar Ajit Singh.
This spot is a great witness of those
days of contemplation and meditation that the great freedom fighter and a
political leader Subhash Chandra Bose spent here.
- This temple is located amidst the thick
forest of Dalhousie.
- This is the famous wildlife sanctuary of
Dalhousie which is the home to several wild animals namely Ghoral and
Himalayan Black Bear.
The accommodation options are in plenty in Dalhousie. A high-end hotel.
Alps Holiday Resort on the Khajjiar Road offers a quiet old fashioned
retreat. Mehar Hotel, a mid range hotel is one of the oldest settlements for
the visitors. Silverton Estate is a heritage, family- run property that
offers old world charm. Hotel Manimahesh is one of the b budget options
available here in Dalhousie.
Restaurants/ Eating Out Places
There are certain restaurants available in the hill station of Dalhousie.
To mention a few are:
Dalhousie Travel (Air/Rail/Road) Information
- Glory Restaurant
- Kwality Restaurant
- Lovely Restaurant
- Preet Palace Restaurant
- Moti Mahal Restaurant
: The nearest airport is at Gaggal, Kangra, 140-km from
: The nearest railhead is at Chakki Bank, 58 km at a two and a
half hours drive.
: Onward journey from Pathankot to Chamba and Dalhausie is by
road. Punjab and Himachal Roadways run services, as do private operators