Rightly labelled as the Little Lhasa in India, Dharamshala is situated in the Kangra district at a distance of almost 18kms from Kangra city. Being a scenic and tranquil hill station, Dharamshala offers visitors some amazing places to explore- Gyuto Monastery, Dal Lake, Tea Garden, Triund, Jwala Devi temple, Aghanjar Mahadev temple, Kalachakra Temple, Dharamkot, Indrahar Pass, Hanuman Ka Tibba, Dharamshala Cricket Stadium.
There are a lot of other places too that will surely allure you. Add some thrill to your Dharamshala tour by indulging in some interesting adventure activities- camping- Triund, Kareri Lake and Indrahar Pass are the best spots for camping, Paragliding- in Bir Billing, located around 65kms from Dharamshala, trekking- Mcleodganj- Triund- IllaquaGote, Dharamshala- Indrahar Pass, Dharamshala-KareriLake, Dharamshala-Thamsar Pass, and Dharamshala-Nag Dal, Rock Climbing, Ziplining, hiking, fishing and cycling. Enjoy shopping at some best marketplaces in Dharamshala- Village Boutique, Jogibara Road Bazaar, Divine Buddha Handicrafts, Namgyal Book shop, Kotwali Bazar, Semshook Tibetan handicraft.
Have a look at the best time to explore Dharmashala- between March to June when the weather is quite a salubrious one. one can easily explore places and indulge in some thrilling activities like paragliding and mountain activities. One can even attend the Saka Dawa festival in April. This festival is devoted to Lord Buddha. From mid-February to mid-July when the weather is quite salubrious. Capture the stunning views of the snow-capped mountains in the winter season. Avoid monsoon season which is late July to early September as this place receives very heavy rainfall.