Dalhousie



Dalhousie, India is a famous hill station and tourist destination in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The hill station is popular for a number of adventure sports and other activities such as trekking, mountaineering, camping, and scenic walks. Dalhousie, India lies in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh. The elevation of this popular tourist spot is around 6400 feet or 2,000 meters. The coordinates of the place are 32.53°N and 75.98°E.

Tourist attractions in Dalhousie



The top tourist attractions in Dalhousie are as follows:
  • Khajjiar
  • Dainkund Peak
  • Lohali Village
  • Bakrota Hills
  • Gandhi Chowk
  • Dalhousie Cantonment
  • Tibetan Market
  • Sadar Bazar
  • Panchpula
  • Kalatop Wild Life Reserve
  • Ganji Pahadi Walk
  • Kala Tope Rest House

Hotels in Dalhousie



Some of the most popular hotels in Dalhousie, India are as follows:
  • Hotel Monal
  • Snow Valley Resorts
  • Sagrika Resort
  • Hotel Mount View
  • Himalayan Resorts
  • Teddy's Lodge
  • Hotel ManiMahesh
As a whole, the place is ideal for de-stressing. The town experiences a wintry weather round the year so it is better that the travelers carry woolen clothes for protection from cold.



Last Updated on 28 September 2011









     


     

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