This is purely a British hill station which can be seen through the colonial sights and also the name of the place. It is on the name of a British governor back in the 19th century and hence is different from other hill stations of Himachal. The place is spread in 5 hills and has varied altitudes which make it vast to explore. The lush green vegetation with pine and oak trees are a delightful sight. The small-town Dalhousie sited in the lap of Himachal Pradesh is a piece of heaven for every one of the visitors. It brags of old-world appeal, entrancing natural beauty, pine-clad valleys, bloom meadows, quick streaming rivers, wonderful foggy mountains and probably the most exciting view on the planet. The air smells of the Scottish and Victorian design and the feel helps you to remember the faultless British flavours.
Satdhara Falls. The Satdhara Falls is yet another truly amazing opportunity to explore. This tourist destination is situated at a height of 2,036 metres above sea level. Moreover, what is really interesting to know about this place is the fact that this place has derived from the seven beautiful springs.
Subhash Baoli. The Subhash Baoli has been named after a freedom fighter whom we all know as Subhash Chandra Bose. What is really interesting to know about this perpetually flowing spring is the fact that it has various medicinal properties which have cured the freedom fighter of his ill health.
St. John Church. The St. John church is one of the oldest church present in town and has a great spiritual and historical significance as well. Moreover, if you have a spiritual bend then you would be liking this place a bit extra.
Dainkund Peak. Dainkund Peak is one of the highest peaks in the area. From here, you can watch some of the most scenic views of natural beauty at its best.
River Crossing and River Rafting. Doing river rafting under the supervision of the trained instructors is the kind of activity which you won’t be forgetting.
Ganji Pahari. The Ganji Pahari is one of the hills which is located at a mere distance of 5 km from Dalhousie. There is a reason why this place is also known as the Ganji Pahari and it is primarily because of the absence of Flora and Fauna from the mountain.
Minjar Fair. This fair goes on for a seven-day period of time. During this fair, people take out processions, celebrating with great zeal and enthusiasm.
Mahashivratri. Mahashivaratri is celebrated with great zeal and is regarded as the day of Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati’s marriage.
Halda Festival. It is the celebration of New Year in the Lahaul valley. The local people celebrate this festival with great zeal and enthusiasm. So, if you get the chance to experience this festival then you should definitely give it a try.
You can visit Dalhousie at any time of the year. It has an ideal climatic condition which makes it one of the very few places which you could visit all year round. But if you are still thinking about visiting during the perfect time then you can consider the month of March and June to visit this exceptionally beautiful place.
By Air - If you are planning to visit Dalhousie via air route then the nearest airport is situated at a distance of around 13 km. And from there you can easily catch a taxi to reach your destination.
By Road - The town of Dalhousie is very well connected via the road network. Both local, as well as luxury buses are available to reach this amazing town.
By Train - The nearest railhead is located in Pathankot which is responsible for connecting all major cities of our country making the whole travel experience a lot convenient.