Nestled in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamsala unfolds its charm with a unique dichotomy. The city is bifurcated into two distinctive sections, each offering a distinct experience. Lower Dharamshala, pulsating with commercial vitality, hosts markets, courts, and the renowned Kotwali Bazaar, a hub for commonplace items. On the other hand, Upper Dharamshala encompasses McLeodganj and echoes the architectural remnants of the city's colonial era. This duality ensures that every visitor, as a tourist, finds a space to unwind and revel in the scenic beauty that surrounds them.

Dharamsala holds the honor of being the residence of the Dalai Lama, the revered Buddhist leader who administers his affairs in exile from this serene locale. Nestled in the foothills of the Dhauladhar ranges, this small village offers a glimpse into the opulent Tibetan culture.

Blessed with a delightful summer climate, Dharamshala beckons travelers to explore its beauty between the end of March and the conclusion of June. Mornings and afternoons provide an ideal canvas for exploration and sun-soaked relaxation, while the evenings bring a gentle coolness as the sun sets.

Embark on our diverse Dharamshala trip packages, each meticulously crafted to ensure your sojourn in the hills is an enriching and memorable experience.

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