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Top 18 Things to Do in Dharamshala With Family

Everyone needs to take a break now and then. The mundane, everyday routine can get to you, and there is nothing like taking a well-earned holiday to refresh your mind. When you think of a vacation, though, what is the first thing that you think of? More often than not, you picture yourself relaxing in a city or a quaint little town surrounded by mountains and pleasant weather.

There are several hill stations in India, and most, if not all, have picturesque views. These peaceful views, coupled with fantastic weather, allures tourist above anything else. One such inviting state is Himachal Pradesh, home to well-known hill stations which families from all over the world visit. Manali and Shimla are the famous tourist spots here and see no shortage of tourists. However, those looking for a unique experience–one that is offbeat and away from flocks of tourists–should opt for Dharamshala. This beautiful hill station is made up of two regions–lower Dharamshala and upper Dharamshala, the latter comprising McLeodganj. Despite being lesser known than its sister-hill stations, there are plenty of things to do in Dharamshala.

The views of the spectacular Dhauladhar mountain range with the sprawling Kangra Valley at its base, winding roads dotted with lush forests, and the Tibetan pray flag swaying in the wind, are all picture-perfect sights which you will see only in Dharamshala. This little city also has another significant, unique distinction: it is home to His Holiness The Dalai Lama! If you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and soak in some much-needed tranquillity, then this city is your answer. From finding inner peace to scaling lush hills, you can find many things to do in Dharamshala that would appeal to all kinds of travellers. Expect to be surrounded by cedar forests and panoramic views of the Himalayas when in Dharamshala; it is like a dream come true!

This much sought-after destination offers tourists a lot of respite from the summer heat. It is popular among those who seek quiet and relaxation. Look forward to the spirituality, history, culture and serenity which beautifully come together to give you the retreat that your body, mind and soul need.

18 Things to do in Dharamshala

1. Experience Peace at Namgyal Monastery

2. Take a Memorable Trek to Kareri Lake 

3. Visit the Norbulingka Institute

4. Admire the Beauty of Masrur 

5. Kangra Fort 

6. A Trip to Naddi Village 

7. Shop for Souvenirs 

8. Enjoy a Quiet Afternoon at Dharamkot village           

9. Stroll Through Tea Plantations 

10. Explore St. John’s Church

11. Trek to Triund

12. Paragliding

13. Camping

14. Tibetan Cuisine

15. Gyuto Monastery

16. Yoga Lessons

17. Dal Lake

18. Bhagsu Falls

1. Experience Peace at Namgyal Monastery

One of the largest Tibetan temples outside Tibet and The Dalai Lama’s personal place of worship, the Namgyal Monastery was founded in the 16th century by Gyalwa Sonam Gyatso, the third Dalai Lama. Back then, a monastery was built so that His Holiness could be assisted by the Namgyal monks in matters pertaining to public religious affairs. Originally, this monastery was erected in Potala Palace but was relocated to Dharamshala in 1959.

Located in McLeodganj, visiting this monastery should definitely make it to the list of things to do in Dharamshala. Most people make it a point to head to this monastery when in Dharamshala in the hope that they will catch a glimpse of the 14th Dalai Lama–Tenzin Gyatso–in case he is present at Namgyal Monastery.

Currently, there are nearly 200 Tibetan monks living in this place of worship. They help preserve traditions, artistic skills and ancient rituals of the monastery. In fact, it aims to conserve and continue the culture and tradition of Tibet. The monks even undergo strict training courses comprising a rigorous study of subjects such as the arts, debate, meditation and philosophy.

Why should you include this in the things to do in Dharamshala? A simple visit to the monastery fills tourists with a lot of peace and serenity. The place itself is so beautiful that it is impossible for you not to be spellbound.

It is recommended that you wear comfortable shoes on your visit to Namgyal since you may need to walk uphill to reach the monastery. Do note that once you enter the place of worship, it is imperative for you to maintain absolute peace.

If you want to learn more about Namgyal Monastery and its history, do visit the Tibetan Museum in the Tsuglagkhang Complex close by. You can find a variety of artefacts and paintings about the fascinating Tibetan culture here. The museum even hosts travel exhibitions that will enlighten you about Tibet’s journey, in addition to providing a special focus on The Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of the Tibetans. Catch documentaries about Tibet and its culture at the museum every day between 11 AM to 3 PM for a wholesome experience.

2. Take a Memorable Trek to Kareri Lake

Among the many things to do in Dharamshala is taking a trek to the small glacial lake – Kareri. It is the perfect place to experience unadulterated natural beauty. Located at the height of 9620 feet above sea level, it is surrounded by clean, crisp air, and offers breath-taking views of the tranquil surroundings.

The Kareri Lake trek, which is quite a popular activity in Dharamshala, takes you through lush forests filled with chilgoza and chir pines, while scattered in between are the broad-leaf species. You can also spot a variety of other flora and fauna on your journey, especially birds.

During the latter part of your trek, you will come across another lake - the Nyund Nallah, which lies along rocky grasslands. It serves as a wonderful place to make a pit stop, grab a quick bite and take in the natural beauty.

Once you have crossed this area, you will reach the glacial Kareri Lake. The lake, along with the surrounding forests, brim with shrubs and pines – another reason it is among the list of things to do in Dharamshala, especially for nature lovers. All this combines to create the perfect scenery to click photos and just take in.

As compared to other paths which most tourists opt for, such as Triund, Prashar and Kheerganga, the Kareri Lake trek forms a more off-beaten path. It’s the ideal trek for beginners as well as those who are experienced. There are plenty of campsites along the route where you can get food and beverages and relax for a while before continuing onto the gorgeous lake.

3. Visit the Norbulingka Institute

Founded in 1988 as a centre for the preservation of Tibetan art, culture and literature, the Norbulingka Institute is an educational and training establishment. The centre educates, employs and trains all the Tibetans who reside in Dharamshala, thereby passing on the country’s precious heritage and tradition. You will find some exquisite and high-quality pieces of clothing, art and home furnishing produced by its residents, too.

The institute is built in typical Tibetan style architecture and is surrounded by ponds and gardens and visiting it should be one of the things to do in Dharamshala. Spend an hour or two here visiting its Centre of Arts, Literary and Cultural Research Centre and the Academy of Tibetan Culture.

Amidst the Japanese-inspired Norbulingka Gardens rests a two-storeyed Seat of Happiness Temple, mainly known for frescoes of all the Dalai Lamas, drawings from the life of the 14th Dalai Lama and 1000-odd murals of The Buddha.

If you are interested, you can even opt for the free guided tour on all days excluding Sunday. One of the most interesting things to do in Dharamshala during your travels could be signing up for short-term workshops on Tibetan arts that are open and learn the basics of Thangka painting, Tibetan statue-making, applique and tailoring, screen-printing, wood painting, woodcarving, metal craft and papermaking in the on-site art studios. There is also an Academy of Tibetan Culture which offers a three-year course in English, World History, and Chinese and Tibetan studies, should you wish to come back and reside in Dharamshala for a while.

When at Norbulingka, don’t forget to visit the Losel Doll Museum that displays traditional Tibetan scenes with the help of miniature Tibetan dolls clad in traditional attire. It is truly a unique experience.

Stop by the café for some refreshments and taste some delicious local food. Lastly, before you leave, check out the shop where you can buy some traditional Tibetan artefacts as souvenirs for your loved ones back home.

4. Admire the Beauty of Masrur

A well-known archaeological site, Masrur is famous for its many rock-cut temples in Dharamshala. There is a group of 15 monolithic richly carved rock-cut temples here that depict the Indo-Aryan style of art. Visiting the main shrine should be among the things to do in Dharamshala as you will witness carvings of three primary deities–Sita, Ram, Laxman and Shiva.

These are the only rock shrines that you will find in all of North India, so do make it a point to visit Masrur for a one-of-a-kind sightseeing experience.

5. Kangra Fort

Covering an area of 463 acres, Kangra Fort is one of the most massive forts in the Himalayas and the eight largest in the country and should be a part of the things to do in Dharamshala for every tourist.

It is believed that Maharaja Susharma Chandra of the Katoch dynasty built this fort. After the Kauravas, who he fought for, were defeated in Mahabharata’s final battle of Kurukshetra, Susharma Chandra came to Kangra with his soldiers instead of heading to his capital in Multan. Soon Trigarta came under his control, and the fort was built to protect his kingdom.

Kangra Fort is situated atop a hill in Dharamshala that rests at the base where two rivers–the Patal Ganga and Banganga–meet.

The fort’s history reveals that several rulers had their eyes on it and wanted to seize control. Earlier, it was believed that if you wanted to rule Kangra, you had first to gain control of Kangra Fort. High walls and ramparts protect the fort for nearly four kilometres with many darwazas (doors) built by various conquerors.

The main entrance to the fort is the ‘Ranjit Singh Darwaza’, through which you will reach the ‘Jahangiri Darwaza’. This further leads to the ‘Andheri Darwaza’ and the ‘Darshani Darwaza’. This door opens up into lush courtyards which has several chambers built around it.

The prime attractions of this Dharamshala fort are the Sitlamata Temple and Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Although a portion of the temple was destroyed in an earthquake, there are still exquisite carvings for you to see. Ambika Devi Temple is another temple to the north of these two temples. Till today, this temple is a place of worship. There is also a mosque from Jahangir’s era, and nearby, there is the Kapoor Sagar, a marvellous stone stepwell.

One of the things to do in Dharamshala is to take the staircase between Ambika Devi Temple and Sitlamata Temple, to reach the Sheesh Mahal. Go all the way up to the terrace for some amazing views of the surrounding area.

This entire fort is a heaven for photographers, so make sure you bring your gear along. The photos you can capture of sunrises and sunsets are phenomenal. You definitely won’t have any regrets making the trip!

6. A Trip to Naddi Village

Another jewel in Kangra district is the famous Naddi Village in Dharamshala. This place is situated at the height of 7,152 feet above sea level. From here you can witness magnificent views of the lush green Kangra Valley and the Dhauladhar Range. Those who want peace should add visiting this place to their list of things to do in Dharamshala. Away from all the hustle and bustle of McLeodganj, you can truly soak in the serenity and become one with nature. It is especially perfect for a family weekend trip from nearby cities and towns.

Visitors can visit Sunset Point, View Point or Echo Point, all of which provide breathtaking views of the surrounding valley area.

This small humble village also has a host of pearl millet and corn fields which you can stroll through. While you do so, do not forget to wave at the ever-friendly locals who have homes in these fields.

Those up for an adventure can visit the secret Dal Lake, which isn’t to be confused with the one in Kashmir. Naddi’s Dal Lake is the perfect place for a morning walk, jog or just an aimless stroll amid nature. It is no wonder that Naddi Village is the ideal place to relax and unwind.

Do note, though, that you can take a 30-minute auto rickshaw ride to reach this village from McLeodganj or go on a three-kilometre-long trek. If you choose the latter option, please ensure that you are clad in the appropriate clothing and are carrying the necessary gear to make this a smooth experience for yourself.

7. Shop for Souvenirs

Very few travellers can travel and call a trip complete without a round or two of shopping. If you are looking for a gift for your family or a souvenir to help you remember your trip to Dharamshala, some amount of retail therapy is a must! The boutiques, street vendors and markets in McLeodganj have got you covered; whether you are just casually browsing for some hidden treasures or are a serious shopper looking for a great deal, this place has everything that you will possibly need.

Some places you can visit to shop for some local handicrafts and products are:

Tibetan Handicraft Centre: Established in the year 1963 with the assistance of The Dalai Lama, this centre is well-known for its Tibetan carpets. Thousands of Tibetans who are in exile depend on this centre for their livelihood. As you walk through here, you will find several Tibetans learning the art of weaving and selling their creations. Pick up some beautiful, authentic Tibetan carpets to beautify your home.

Kotwali Bazaar: Located about 0.6 kilometres from Dharamkot, this is easily one of the most frequented bazaars by tourists. You can find a collection of shawls, Tibetan carpets, rugs, Buddha sculptures, handicrafts and a lot more items here. The things sold here are unique and reasonably priced, too. It is an entirely local experience which cannot be missed!

Village Boutique: Are you looking for some knick-knacks to decorate your home? Then you must visit the Village Boutique. Browse through their range of deity figurines, wall hangings and rugs, of which a lot of the items are made in Tibet. And that isn’t all; you can also purchase bags, purses, books and Tibetan singing bowls. From the outside, it looks like a tiny place, but it is a big paradise for those looking for unique pieces.

Green Shop: If you believe that going green is the future for the planet then the Green Shop is the perfect place for you to visit. From beauty products and books made with recycled paper to food items like tahini, this shop sells almost everything. Most of the items are environment-friendly, too. If you have the time, do stop by this quaint store. You never know what you will find!

Palaco Handmade Crafts: This store Crafts is the perfect place for those eyeing interesting pieces of home décor. The items available here are quite exclusive and cannot be found anywhere else in Dharamshala. Just a quick stop away from the Dalai Lama Temple, this store is famous for scarves, pashmina shawls, prayer beads and singing bowls. They even sell beautiful lamps, bedspreads and handicraft items which will look stunning in any home.

Thankas and Gifts: The owner of the store–Marleen Reinsert, a Belgian–spent several years studying the art of Thanka. You will be glad to know that the items are reasonably priced here. Marleen will not pressurise you into buying anything; she will guide you and assist you in finding the right painting for your home. If you are looking for a Thanka painting or unique gifts for your loved ones, do drop by this store.

Semshook Tibetan Handicrafts: Tourists looking for the perfectly tailored outfit must make it a point to come to this store. Semshook Handicrafts offers Italian and Tibetan clothing that is made to order. The fabric they use is of very high quality as well. What’s more, your purchase will contribute to the welfare of the locals.

Lha Tibet Fair Trade: Located on Temple Street, this fair trade is a place where you can find authentic souvenirs. There are many interesting handcart items like bags, jewellery, clothing, vases, bowls, lamps and other décor items to be purchased here. The best part is that all the profits go to supporting the Free Tibet movement.

Other points of interest for shopping are Jogibara Road which is overflowing with trinkets and souvenirs. Another place for handmade Tibetan handicrafts is Divine Buddha Handicrafts. One of the oldest shops in Dharamshala is Nawrojee and Sons General Store, a 152-year-old store akin to a heritage place. They sell toffees, German-made lamps and shoelaces of English warriors!

While shopping in Dharamshala, keep an eye out for these famous items: Thangka paintings, Kangra Valley green tea, Tibetan herbal incenses and medicines, shawls and Tibetan gowns (chupa).

Shopping and food go hand-in-hand here. You will find that along these streets, and next to these stores, there are plenty of cafes and restaurants serving delicious food. From Chinese and Japanese to Indian food, there is almost no kind of cuisine missing here. Norling, a tiny restaurant, is famous for the Tibetan cuisine that it serves. For carrot cakes and chocolate pancakes, head to Woesar Bakery. Lung-Ta is where you can find authentic Japanese cuisine. Nick’s Italian Kitchen and Chocolate Log will satisfy those with a sweet tooth.

After a long and tiring day of shopping, you can unwind at one of these restaurants and satiate your taste buds.

8. Enjoy a Quiet Afternoon at Dharamkot village

For centuries, India has been attracting people who seek spiritual peace. One such place is Dharamkot, a magical and spiritual village with a unique vibe. The quaint Dharamkot’s fresh air, mountain views, simple life and spiritual energy drawn from the Himalayas all culminate to form the perfect environment to soak in some much-needed peace.

Located just above Bhagsu and McLeodganj, Dharamkot offers a vast variety of yoga and meditation courses along with a bounty of other alternative courses, therapies and workshops.

In case you are interested, do visit the vibrant Tibetan style monastery, Tushita Buddhist Meditation Centre, offering popular retreats for about 10 days. You can sign up for courses to take a deeper look at Buddhism, along with daily meditation at the Dhamma Sikhara Vipassana Meditation Centre. Since these courses are among the most popular things to do in Dharamshala, it is recommended that you book your spot well in advance.

You can also opt for a variety of yoga and yoga teacher training courses at the multitude of yoga schools. A well-known and respected school is the Himalayan Iyengar Yoga Centre. Others include Parimukti and Trimutri Yoga.

Besides popular centres, you can opt for workshops in crystal healing, reiki, shamanic drumming, massage, ecstatic dance, kundalini meditation, yoga nidra, breath diagnosis, jewellery, dream catcher making workshops, macramé and a lot more. More than anything, the hardest part is finding the time to fit it all in!

While McLeodganj and Dharamshala are busy attracting flocks of tourists, Dharamkot continues to maintain its quiet charm. If you are looking for a few days off from city life, this tiny little yoga village is your answer. Well, there so much to do here that a few days won’t suffice; you might even need a few months!

Apart from yoga, meditation and the like, Dharamkot is also the base for several hikes like Indrahar Pass, Illaqua and Triund, among others.

Keep in mind, though, that this is a small village and there are limited roads here so you will have to walk around quite a bit. Keep those walking shoes ready!

After a long day of practising yoga or trying your hand at the unique workshops, you can unwind with views of the natural beauty while sipping on a hot cup of coffee or the famous Tibetan butter tea.

All in all, Dharamkot is a great place for adults and kids who want to learn about yoga, indulge in workshops and try something new. Moreover, they will see what a quiet life in a village is like as opposed to city life.

9. Stroll Through Tea Plantations

One of the best things to do in Dharamshala is to take a walk through the region’s tea plantations. If you are a tea lover, then you have to visit the sprawling tea plantations in Dharamshala. The estates here are unique; they are lush green and with majestic snow-capped mountains in the background, truly making them a sight to behold.

The tea plantations are situated on the gentle slopes of the Kangra Valley. One of the oldest and most famous tea companies here is the Dharamshala Tea Company, the establishment behind three very popular estates in Kangra Valley–Hoodle, Mann and Towa. Pick up their famous black and green tea with variants such as Hyson, Fannings, and Pekoe, among others. Often, Kangra tea is compared to the world-famous Darjeeling tea. This tea is unique and has an earthy flavour. However, what sets it apart is the nutty and citrusy flavours that come with a pinch of fresh bitterness. The most popular variety sold here is the green tea, and for quite some time, Kangra used to be the primary source of green tea to Russia, West Asia and Central Asia. Some tea connoisseurs even consider this tea the best in the country, and it could probably be so thanks to the climate and the locals’ expertise to grow it. Another favourite of visitors is the oolong tea, a speciality of this plantation. Oolongs are hand-crafted, hand-rolled and come with a creamy, smooth flavour complete with an oriental kick!

The tea plantations in Dharamshala are just as delightful as the tea itself. Whether or not you are a tea lover, visiting the plantations is certainly an exquisite experience.

Walking down the narrow paths in the plantations will also help you learn the origin of your favourite drink. Plus, tea planters will educate you on the process of plucking tea, which might come as a surprise. You can also spot some rare birds flying in and around the plantations.

Other tea estates in the Dharamshala region include Palampur tea estates, Wah Tea Estate and the Darang Tea Estate. Do visit them if time permits.

For those interested in learning about tea and getting close to nature, you can opt for guided tours of the factory and tea gardens.

10. Explore St. John’s Church

You will find St. John’s Church amid tall deodar trees and cedar trees nestling in the wilderness, which it earned the name 'Church in Wilderness'.

This Gothic place of worship dating back to 1852 is dedicated to Saint John and uses the Neo-Gothic architectural style. It is one of the oldest cathedrals in the north of India, making a visit here one of the things to do in Dharamshala. It was rebuilt in 1905 after the tower was destroyed by an earthquake. Today, it stands as one of the few reminders of the British Raj.

As you enter the premises, the coniferous and pine trees will catch your attention. At times you might even see horses grazing here in the morning. Look around the church, and you will spot the graveyard where some notable people were laid to rest. One of the most distinguishing factors of the church is that it is made entirely of stone and its muted colours are enhanced by its beautiful stained-glass windows. These windows were donated by Lady Elgin, as the graveyard on-site is the resting place of her husband.

Close to the church, you will also find a memorial dedicated to Viceroy and Governor General of India, Lord James Bruce. After he passed away in 1863, Lord Bruce was buried close to St. Johns Church and Mary Lousia, his wife, built a beautiful memorial in his remembrance.

Since the church is located at the height of nearly 5700 feet above sea level, the views from here are stunning. The uniqueness of the church and its architectural brilliance, along with its location, is what draws several tourists to it each year. Those interested can also attend the Sunday mass which is at 10 AM in English, and 11 AM in Hindi.

11. Trek to Triund

A trek to Triund is one of the top things to do in Dharamshala that must not be missed. Triund, located atop the Dhauladhar Range, is referred to as the crown jewel of Dharamshala. Its non-technical trekking routes can be covered by beginners fairly easily, making it ideal for the whole family. The 9 km trail meanders through beautiful oak, deodar, and rhododendron forests and the views are simply breathtaking.

Best Time to Visit: March to May, and again from September to December. Heavy snowfall in January and February cuts off the route.

Tip: Monsoon in June and July allows the meadows to become all the more lush and green, making it a treat for lovers of monsoon treks.

12. Paragliding

If adventure junkies in the family wonder what to do in Dharamshala for an adrenaline rush, paragliding is where it’s at. The take-off point is Indru Nag, around 4 km from the main market. The smooth and favourable winds here make it an ideal spot for paragliding. The standard charge is Rs 1500 per person.

Best Time to Visit: October, November, March, and June are the best months to enjoy a good flight. Paragliding activities are closed from 15 July to 15 September every year.

Tip: One can make this a perfect extension to the Triund Trek by bike, paragliding from Bir Billing to Triund and back.

13. Camping

For those enthusiastic about spending time with nature, camping is one of the favourite activities in Dharamshala. The trail between Dharamshala and McLeodganj is a popular stretch to set up camp to enjoy the clear sky and fresh air. Several shops in the market provide camping equipment, so one needn’t even carry stuff all the way.

Best Time to Visit: The spring and summer months (March-May) are preferable because the terrain is easier to camp in.

Tip: If you are looking for peace and quiet, it would be a good idea to look a little farther beyond McLeodganj.

14. Tibetan Cuisine

One of the most popular things to do in Dharamshala is eating at one (or definitely more) of the many Tibetan eateries in McLeodganj. An array of fried and steamed momos, thukpa, thenthuk and more, served by the friendliest staff, warms you up in the chilly weather.

Tip: Some highly recommended places include Tibet Kitchen, Tibet Cafe, and Lungta Japanese Vegetarian Restaurant.

15. Gyuto Monastery

Gyuto Monastery has an intriguing history. The institution originated in the 15th century in Tibet and was later re-established in India in the 20th century during the Chinese invasion of Tibet. This monastery is one of a kind because of its practice of tantric meditation. This, coupled with the calm and quiet of the place, make it an ideal place to de-stress.

Best Time to Visit: The monastery is open to visitors throughout the year but Buddha Purnima is the best time to visit. It is beautifully decorated and a cultural show is put up on this occasion.

16. Yoga Lessons

While Rishikesh remains the popular haunt for yoga in the country, its possibilities in Dharamshala are being explored. The village of Dharamkot is rapidly emerging as a major yoga retreat, and it’s no surprise. The soft whistling of the wind in the trees, calls of mountain birds, the serenity and calmness; all make it the perfect place to relax.

Tip: Look out for leaflets posted around the main square providing information about anything from Ashtanga and Iyengar to Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga classes. Prices are Rs 200-500 per hour.

17. Dal Lake

Situated around 8 km from the main market of Dharamshala, Dal Lake can be easily reached by taxi. Its splendid beauty makes it second only to the iconic Dal Lake in Srinagar. There are various activities for the family to indulge in, starting from boat rides to fishing to mini treks. A sacred Shiva temple located on the bank of the lake is greatly revered by the local people for its mythological significance.

Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit is September, when tribes from the adjoining villages celebrate their annual festival at this place.

18. Bhagsu Falls

Bhagsu Falls descend from a height of 20 metres and provides a marvellous view of the Kangra Valley. This tourist spot is located on the Triund trek route, 2 km from McLeodganj. It is also an alternative point to begin the trek. Nearby is Bhagsunag temple, where Hindu pilgrims throng to pay homage to Lord Shiva. The beauty of the place is magnified by a freshwater spring and a slate quarry.

Best Time to Visit: The summer months of July to September are the perfect the time to visit this place. Although monsoon makes the waterfall a sight to behold, it is advisable to stay clear of the slippery rocky paths leading up to the falls.

Tip: When visiting Bhagsu falls, be sure to check out the adjoining cafeteria that serves some of the most delectable food in town

Also, have a look at popular places to visit in Dharamshala during family vacation.

Time to Pack Your Bags

With so much to do and see, Dharamshala is the place to be during your next family vacation. When you are planning your trip, you should think of booking your stay with Club Mahindra Resorts in Dharamshala. Not only does the resort offer a comfortable stay, but the location is also such that you are always close to all the sightseeing spots. It is the perfect property to stay in and rest if that is what you wish to do.

Meanwhile, your children can enjoy all the activities at the resort which will keep them occupied for hours. All-in-all, based on several Club Mahindra reviews, the resort is a great place when you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. You can unwind, enjoy great food, take in some surreal views and be pampered by the friendly and prompt staff. There is nothing like staying at Club Mahindra Dharamshala Resort in Himachal Pradesh.

So, what are you waiting for? Dharamshala is a great place to seek solitude and peace and yet have a great family vacation. The beautiful town, coupled with a comfortable stay at Club Mahindra, will give you an unforgettable experience.

It is time to pack your bags and get ready for the journey of a lifetime. Have a look at this Himachal Pradesh tourism guide to experience family vacation in Dharamshala like never before!

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