Dalhousie; A rewarding opportunity to relish the best of nature & hospitality

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Dalhousie, a beautiful enchanting hill station in the northernregion of India, is one of the best destinations for an excellent holiday. Rich with nature’s delights and complemented by the true essence of genuine hospitality, the town offers nothing less than a memorable holiday.

Dalhousie, a town named after the popular British governor- general, Lord Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station that today provides a passage to the past. The hill station has its share of natural charm along with the irresistible genuine hospitality and the happy go lucky

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ambiance. It is a town with its own character; it is spread over five different hills namely Balun, Portreyn, Bakrota, Moti Tibba, and Kathlog, and has the tranquility of its own. Well stuffed with several comforts and pleasures of modern tourism and the unmatched hospitality of the cottages and villas, the Dalhousie tourism is an extravaganza to embark on.

The town is a beautiful place replete of several panoramic views of the region. The hill town is destination straight­out from a dream. The everlasting mountains along with the rice fields, the verdant forests along with the hidden waterfalls, and the year­long pleasant weather along with clean­cool breeze are simply sufficient to get one mesmerized. A trip to the town not only refreshes one’s body but also his soul.

Visually, the town remains flocked by tourists throughout the year. The summers here are mildly warm with temperature reaching 30 degree centigrade as the highest. Whereas, the town gets capped by layers of snow in winters, making it ideal for the snow lovers. However, if you


plan to visit the town during winter, make sure that you carry woollen cloths, as the temperature may come down to zero degree centigrade. Getting into the town by roads is the best way to reach the town. There exist good roads connecting the town to rest of the nation. These roadsare excellent for tranquil­relaxing drive. Besides, there exist a couple of scenic spots on the way.

As far as tourism is concerned, it is quite big in Dalhousie. Sightseeing, relishing the best of genuine hospitality, satisfying the taste­buds with appetizing culinary cuisines, and spending the holiday learning the history and culture of the town, are the major attributes of the town. There are a number of interesting places to visit in Dalhousie , that simply worth visiting. To name the most recommended places include: Kynance, Dainkund Walk, Subhash Chowk, Norwood Paramdham, Kalatop wildlife reserve, Kala Tope Rest House, Alah Water Tank, Dakshina Murti, Shivkul, Ganji Pahadi Walk, Upper Bakrota, Chamba. Out of these Ganji Pahadi, Panchpula, Dain Kund, Khajjiar, and Upper Bakrota. Other than these the weather­beaten bungalows, churches, and ruins of colonial era, are the other places that one may like to visit.

Focusing on the accommodation part, a great variety of hotels allows one to make the choice for lodging based on the budget and stay needs. Modern amenities and excellent services fill almost all the hotels in Dalhousie , making it possible for one to find a stay that is comfortable and pleasant. There are luxury hotels options to budget­friendly more affordable hotels. Some of the hotels are located in the commerce centre of the town, whereas some are located nearby the tourist spots with the added benefits of conveniences.



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