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Dharamshala with Dalhousie

Dharamshala with Dalhousie

Duration : 04 nights / 05 days
Destinations : Pathankot - 2 N Dalhousie - 2 N Dharamshala - Pathankot

Package cost INR : 9699/-Per Person
Hotel : 2 Star
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  • Inclusions/Exclusions
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Day - 1 : Pathankot - Dalhousie

Catch the train from Pathankot/Chakki Bank Railway station and your journey towards Dalhousie begins. You arrive in Dalhousie, check-in the hotel and relax.

Day - 2 : Dalhousie - Khajjiar - Dalhousie

Enjoy a delectable breakfast, and later proceed for a full day sightseeing of Khajjiar. Retire to your hotel room and enjoy a peaceful stay.

Day - 3 : Dalhousie - Dharamshala

Order your breakfast and have it in the room. Take the tour of Dalhousie and Tibetan Market, Subhash Chowk, and other attractions. Relish in the lunch in the late afternoon. Set out for Dharamshala. Return back to your hotel and stay in the hotel all through the night.

Day - 4 : Dharamshala

Order a breakfast for yourself. Plan a tour of Dharamshala sightseeing, which includes Dal Lake, Mcleodganj, Bhagsunag waterfall, Dalai Lama residence, and Naddi. Later in the evening, retire to your hotel. Dine in your famous residence in Dharamshala. Relax in your hotel all through the night.

Day - 5 : Dharamshala - Pathankot

Order a relishing breakfast. Later on plan for Pathankot/Chakki Bank Railway Station. Board the train to Pathankot.

Tour Inclusions :

- 4 nights accommodation on selective hotels according to tours.
- Twin sharing rooms in selective hotels according to tours.
- Health drinks served on arrival to the hotel.
- Breakfast (04 Breakfasts) and diner (04 Diners) is served in the hotel.
- Outdoor trips and circuit tours in Swift Dzire/ Etios / Indigo
- All interstate taxes, permits, toll taxes and fuel charges
- Taxes, as Applicable

Exclusion : -

- Lunch cost
- Entrance fee to monuments/buildings
- Domestic/International Fare
- Health/Medical Insurance of all kinds
- Personalized monetary expenses incurred on Telephone Calls, Laundry, Soft / Hard Drinks Meals, Tipping etc.
- Supernumerary expenses like natural calamities such as flight delay/cancellation/hike in fare, and strikes
- Camera Fee


The semi urban area of Punjab is the citadel of tourism and confluence of three popular North Indian states Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. The place is bordered by Ravi and Chakki Rivers, and the fresh water rivers engage tourism. Pathankot was once popular for the shawl-weaving industry, but later it developed as full-fledged stone-crushing industry.


Khajjiar is a diminutive grassy paddock engirdled in the pretty and pictorial Chamba valley. The grassy paddock settles in between the sky rising deodar trees, holding a natural pond in the middle of it. The place is superb junket, quiet in character, holding a metaphorical connection between Dalhousie and Chamba.


The petite and beautiful hill town earns its name from The Earl of Dalhousie, the British Governor- General in India, as a summer retreat. The hill town has strategic placement on western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas, and engirdled in snow-capped peaks.


The hill town is seat of Tibetan Buddhism is second winter capital of Himachal and Dalai Lama's residence and the nerve center of the Central Tibetan Administration. It is also ranked among the top smart cities of India. Dharamshala is the center of spirituality and the adventure sporting. The spiritual hill town is popular for its warmth, charm and spatial grace as well as stylishness.



Discover the cool breeze around as you paddle the boat in green environs in Dalhousie, and give way to lightness and delight.


The seat of 14th Dalai Lama of Tibetan sect, Dharamshala gives a photogenic view as it surrounded by deodar cedar trees.


Walk leisurely in the green topographies and explore the moments of surprise and resplendence around.


Prayer wheels or Buddhist rolling wheels inscribed with lineage texts, translating wisdom and merit (good karma), purifying negativities (bad karma).