Drive for 7 to 8 hours covering the distance of 210km to reach Dharmshala. After a leisurely breakfast, drive closer to the panoramic Dhauladhar ranges and up to the enchanting town of Dharmshala.
Dharamshala (1387 m)
To the north, the Kangra valley flanked by the snow clad Dhauladhar ranges of the Himalayas, to the side which Dharmshala and Mcleodganj (also called Upper Dharmshala). Founded in 1855, Dharmshala is the principal township of Kangra commanding splendid view of the surrounding country. Surrounded by deodar forests, it is set against a back drop of massive snow capped peaks from three sides. After Tibet popularly known as roof top of the World, the only other name strikes the mind is, Dharmshala.. This is place where the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of the Tibetan’s, resides and also where the head quarters of the Tibetan Government in exile are located.