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About Dharamshala (H.P)

Dharamshala is a beautiful holiday destination in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. It is also famous by the other name “Little Tibet" of India. This little hill station is considered perfect place to spend memorable moments of holidays. Dharamshala is renowned for its scenic beauty and best place to plan family holiday in Himachal Pradesh. Here you will see lush green terraces, manicured tea gardens, wooded hills and sparkling streams. In Dharamshala, you will see the main centre of Tibetan culture in Mcleodganj that is a charming place with lively bazaars selling handicrafts, carpets and mouth-watering Tibetan food. This place has a massive prayer wheel on the main street. In the monastery, you will find a serene statuette of Lord Buddha, standing tall over the mild recitation of the monks. At St. John in the wilds, the stone church will mesmerize you with its beautiful stained glass windows and Lord Elgin's memorial. You may also visit Triund (2,975 m), perfect as a picnic spot. Another popular spot for picnic is Dal Lake, which has forests of fir in its surrounding.

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Availability365 x 24 x 7
PriceFrom Rs 9,000 for 1 person.
Start/End PointsDelhi
TimingsThe exact timing is up to you but we suggest starting at 6:30 pm. This is a personalised tour, so the itinerary can be modified to suit you

Day Wise Itinerary

Explore popular heritage, monuments, museums, shopping markets.

Start the trip by boarding the Volvo from Delhi. The overnight journey is a good time to rest as you prepare for the exciting trip ahead.

Reach your hotel and get freshen up for the exciting tour. Visit the thriving local market that is bustling with colour and energy all around. At the market, you will find many exotic sculptures as well as the famous Tibetan carpets and rugs. Pick a few souvenirs from here, and then it’s time to head to the HPCA Stadium, which is set against the backdrop of snow-clad mountains and lush green forests. Admire the amazing architecture of the stadium. Visit the Dalai Lama Temple and Church of St John. While the Dalai Lama Temple will allow you some spiritual time to meditate and introspect, the Church of St. John will stun you with its neo-gothic architectural style and Belgian stained-glass windows. Spend the rest of the evening exploring the Dharamshala War Memorial that commemorates war heroes and their efforts to protect their motherland.

Return to the hotel and have a comfortable night sleep. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Get started with a refreshing breakfast and get ready for the day to enjoy the gorgeousness of Macleod ganj. Head to Tibetan Museum that houses several exhibits and photographs highlighting the vivid history and culture of Tibet. Visit the waterfall and jump your way to Bhangsu Waterfall. Just 2 kilometers away from Mcleodganj, you can hire an autorickshaw or taxi to reach the village of Bhangsunath. Witness the splendid sight of the waterfall cascading down the rocks from about 30 feet. Located nearby is the Shiva Temple that makes this little village famous, and attracts hundreds of tourists. Your last stop is at Tsechokling Gompa and take a dive into the religious spirit of the beautiful figurine and the transcending splendor of the Dhauladhars, in the shadow of which the monument is situated.

Return to the hotel for you overnight stay.

Enjoy a delicious breakfast in the morning and get ready for the exploration of the Kangra valley. Visit the Kangra Fort known to be the largest fort in the Himalayas and probably the oldest one in the country, On your way to Masroor Rock-cut Temple and Jawali Ji Temple. The Masroor Rock-cut Temple is dedicated to Goddess Sita, Lord Rama, and Lord Laxman. Enjoy the picturesque view of the Kaveri Lake nestled between the green pastures and snow-clad peaks awaits you. Last but not the least feel the thrill while paragliding at Bir-Billing and fly over the majestic Dhauladhar Range on one side and the spectacular Kangra Valley on the other.

Head back to the hotel after this thrilling activity and head back to your hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Delight in a delicious breakfast and check out of the hotel. Head to the bus stand to catch your bus back to Delhi.

Things to do

Explore popular heritage, monuments, museums, shopping markets.

Named after Sir Donald Friell McLeod, Lieutenant- Governor of Punjab, this place is known as the residence for the 14th Dalai Lama. It is most famous for its Tibetan culture and temples with the exclusive handicraft work. Hanuman Tibba is also the highest peak, 5,639 meters above sea level which can be viewed from McLeod Ganj.

HPCA Cricket Stadium, located at the backdrop of the snow-clad mountains, is perched on the high slopes in the upper part of Kangra Valley. Head straight to this stadium and enjoy the cool salubrious air, stunning mountain scenery, serene ambiance and spellbinding views.

This is a very peaceful temple to visit for sightseeing and meditation. Once you enter the temple, you can find a few lamas in the way. A few shops inside the complex that sell ritual items and books. This temple is the frequent preaching spot of Dalai Lama.

The fort complex contains well detailed halls and a couple of towers with existence to 9th century. It was the seat and residence of oldest dynasties of the world.

Famous for various rock cut temples of 8th century AD, the carvings in the temples are similar to the Ellora caves in Maharashtra with fine precision in work. They have images of Hindu deities like Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshmana from the epic Ramayana.

One of the oldest known pilgrimage destinations of Northern India, Jwala Ji Temple. The main attraction of Jwala Ji Temple is the eternal flames representing the image of deity, Jwala Ji. The four cornered sanctum-sanctorum of the temple is set with a small dome and a square central pit where the sacred stone is found.

It is spread across 1 square kilometer and resembles like the lake in Kashmir. It is one of the popular picnic spot surrounded by deodar and juniper forests.

Must Know Facts

Best Time To Visit Delhi
The best time to visit Delhi is from October to March. The months of October and November are pleasant, with an average temperature between 15°C and 25°C. The city starts experiencing cold winters in December and January, with temperatures reaching as low as 5°C. During February and March, the cold weather subsides, and Delhi experiences a mild climate. This weather is ideal for touring various monuments in Delhi. Woolens and warm clothes are a must during the winter season.
How to reach Delhi ?
By Flight - Indira Gandhi International Airport serves as Delhi's domestic and international airport. The airport is well-connected to most of the cities in India and abroad. From Mumbai to Moscow or from Bangalore to Beijing, one can easily find flights for Delhi from any corner of the world. Domestic airlines such as Air India Regional, Jet Airways, SpiceJet, Jet Airways, IndiGo etc., as well as international airlines such as Air India, Air Canada, Air China, Air France, Etihad Airways, British Airways, etc.
By Bus - Various national highways, namely NH1, NH2, NH8, NH 10 and NH24, pass through Delhi. A number of public and private transport services provide A/C and non-A/C buses daily, through numerous bus terminals, scattered throughout the city. Inter-state buses from most cities and towns in the neighbouring states, pass through Delhi. Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT) at Kashmiri Gate, Anand Vihar Bus Terminus and Sarai Kale-Khan Bus Terminus, serve as major bus terminals in the city. Some of the private bus services in Delhi are City Land Travels, Laxmi Holidays, Ashok Travels, Hari Travels, etc. Delhi Transport Corporation also operates on many inter-state routes.
By Train - Delhi serves as the headquarter of Northern Railway. There are five main stations in Delhi, namely Delhi Junction Railway Station, New Delhi Railway Station, Nizamuddin Railway Station, Anand Vihar Railway Terminal and Delhi Sarai Rohilla Railway Station. These stations have connectivity to most parts of the country and serve millions of passengers every day. Rajdhani Express and Shatabdi Express are some of the superfast trains operating in Delhi.
Transport in Delhi
Local Bus Network - Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), serves as the main public sector transport operator in Delhi. It operates the largest fleet of CNG-powered buses in Delhi. This corporation has a huge fleet of A/C and non-A/C buses. On some of the busiest routes, DTC has started a High Capacity Bus Service.
Cabs - Cabs and taxis are easily available in Delhi. They are mostly provided by private operators. Online transportation services such as Ola Cabs and Uber have gained a massive popularity among the city's young and working professionals. Auto rickshaws are also popular in Delhi. However, one needs to be aware of the prices beforehand as some drives charge higher than the meter charges. Cycle rickshaws also serve as excellent an option, being cheap and eco-friendly.
Rental - Car rental services, both self-driven and chauffeur-driven, are popular among both tourists and residents. Zoomcar, Voler and Savaari are the major rental services. For motorcycle enthusiasts, there are many bike rental services such as Stoneheadbikes and Tony Bike Centre. If you want to go for an eco-friendly option, you can hire bicycles for rent from services such as Planet Green Bikes and Delhi Cycles.
Metro - Delhi Metro serves as a lifeline for its residents, serving commuters throughout the city, as well as the NCR region. It is the 12th largest metro system in the world and provides high-speed trains. It has significantly reduced commute time for millions of passengers.
Local Train - Delhi Suburban Railway connects various parts of Delhi to cities and towns in the National Capital Region such as Gurgaon, Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, etc. It is operated by the Northern Railway zone.
Trekking - There are a number of heritage and cultural sites in Delhi. One can make use of a number of walking tours that are available, and experience a unique way of touring Delhi.
People Of Delhi
The people of Delhi are commonly referred to as 'Dilliwalas' or 'Delhiites'. The city has experienced rapid population growth, owing to migration of people from many parts of the country. Hindus (81.68%) form the largest chunk of the population, followed by Muslims (12.86%), Sikhs (3.41%), Jains (1%) and others (1.05%). The people of Delhi are friendly and welcoming. They live by their moto, 'Unity in Diversity'. They are open to new cultures and ideas and are proud of their traditions at the same time.
Language Of Delhi
The most popular language in Delhi is Hindi, spoken by 81% of the population. English is also widely spoken and is used for official purposes. 7% of the population speaks Punjabi and 6% of the people speak Urdu.
History Of Delhi
The history of Delhi is said to be as old as 3000 BC. Indraprastha, the capital of the kingdom of the Pandavas from the Hindu epic Mahabharata, is believed to be located in the region. From the 8th century to the 16th century, Delhi was ruled by the Tomar dynasty, who founded Lal Kot in 736. In 1180, the city was conquered by the Chauhan kings in 1180, who renamed it as Qila Rai Pithora. King Prithviraj Chuahan was defeated by Mohammad Ghori in 1192. From 1206, the kingdom of Delhi Sultanate made Delhi as their capital. Sultan Qutb-ud-din established Qutub Minar, which is now a popular monument in Delhi. Later, the city was conquered by several dynasties such as the Khilji dynasty, the Sayyid dynasty, the Tughluq dynasty and the Lodi dynasty. Timur Lang invaded India in 1938 and ransacked the city of Delhi. In 1526, Mughal emperor Babur founded the Mughal dynasty, following the First Battle of Panipat. In the mid-16th century, Sher Shah Suri defeated Babur's son Humayun and built the Purana Qila. Emperor Shah Jahan conquered the city in the 17th century and then Delhi was named as Shahjahanbad. Red Fort and Jama Masjid were established during this period. The city was attacked by Marathas and later by the Persian kings. Marathas recaptured Delhi in the 18th century, but were later defeated by the British East India company, in 1803. The British made it their capital in 1911. After independence, the Government of India declared Delhi as the capital in 1949.
Culture Of Delhi
Delhi's vast history has contributed to its amazing culture. Delhiites are known to celebrate each occasion with pomp and fervour. Some of the famous festivals are Diwali, Holi, Eid, Guru Nanak Jayanti, etc. Republic Day parade on the 26th January, celebrates India's cultural heritage and showcases the strength of the military. Apart from being the national capital, Delhi is fondly called as the 'food capital of India'. Street food and Mughlai food is very popular. Once can also find a number of restaurants serving international cuisine.
Delhi Weather
Delhi has a humid-tropical and semi-arid climate, with extreme weather conditions. The city is blessed with five seasons- summer, monsoon, autumn, winter and spring. The summers start in April and end in May, when heat waves lead to temperatures as high as 45 °C. The monsoon lasts from June to September. High temperatures are coupled with high humidity, during this season. Autumn arrives in October and lasts till late November. The temperature cools down to 20 °C, relieving people from the hot weather. Winter season lasts from December to February, characterized by a dry and chilly climate. Temperatures may drop near 0 °C. Spring season, which lasts from February to March, makes the city look lively and beautiful, with sunny skies and occasional rains.
Delhi Map
Located in Northern India, the National Capital Territory of Delhi spans across 1,484 square kilometres. It is situated at an elevation of 200-250 metres. It borders the state of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. The flood plains of the Yamuna river provide fertile alluvial soil in the region. It is the major river flowing through Delhi. The city comes under seismic zone-IV, making it vulnerable to earthquakes.
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Snuggled in the arms of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamshala is a wonderful hill station for spending holidays amid peace and natural exquisiteness. If you also wish to relax in the lap of nature and are looking for affordable travel options, then our three nights and four days Dharamshala Volvo Package is best suited for you. The Volvo package costs you just a few pennies and in return tenders you great comfort and space.

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I would like to share that do not expect any luxury as it fils in decent budget class hotel. However,in this category this is one of the best choice to stay in. Staff of the hotel are very courteous,specially Mr. Pushpendar the head of then was very hospitable. Overall a good hotel to stay nearby Airport.
Rahul Kumarfrom New Delhi
Hotel Aerotech near IGI Airport, New Delhi, yes it's a very Guest Friendly Hotel. The Room Tariff is also compatible to any Class of Travelers. Food is Good. Room is comfortable. Location is also very good. Moreover the Staffs. They are ever ready to help the inmates at any time. I recommend this Hotel to all the Travelers to New Delhi.
Chandan SharmaFrom Assam
It is very good hotel. I stayed there for business purpose. If you are going for short visit at New Delhi, you can book this hotel nearby Delhi Airport. They have the pick up and drop in facility from Airport (Charge basis). Their room charge is reasonably good. The room is neat and clean. Food is also available on order basis.
Indranil BFrom Kolkata (Calcutta)
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