Dalhousie Tourist Places

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Dainkund Peak
The Dainkund Peak is the highest and a popular peak of Dalhousie located at an altitude of 2755 meters. The peak offers a splendid view of the valley that is a treat to ..Read more
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Satdhara Falls
The Satdhara falls in Dalhousie is located at a height of 2040 meters and is a major tourist spot. Amazing greenery, pleasant climate and natural scenic beauty with refr..Read more
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St. Andrew’s Church
The St. Andrew's Church more popularly known as the Church of Scotland belongs to the Protestant Christians. The Church is located very close to the bus stand. The Chur..Read more
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Kalatop Wild Life Sanctuary
The Kalatop WildLife Sanctuary is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in Himachal Pradesh. Spread over an area of 1962 hectares the sanctuary is irrigated by th..Read more
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St. Patrick’s Church
The St. Patrick's Church is located in Balun falls that falls under the Dalhousie Cantonment. It is the largest church of Dalhousie. The church has a main hall that can ..Read more
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Panchpula
Panchpula (means five bridges) is a site of natural beauty with lovely streams rushing into a number of pools. It is the main source of drinking water to the nearby town..Read more
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Radha Swami Satsang Bhawan
The Radha Swami Satsang Bhawan is of great religious significance to the people of Radha Swami Sect. Every Sunday from 10 am - 11 am Satsang is held in the shrine that i..Read more
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Bakrota Hills
The Bakrota Hills is an ideal spot for a brisk walk round the hills and have a view of snow clad peaks. The Norwood Param Dham located on the hill is a beautiful house ..Read more
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St. John’s Church
St. John's church was the first church built in Dalhousie. The church is a copy of the Roman Catholics Church of England but this church belongs to the Protestants. The..Read more
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Shivkul
Shivkul is an ashram and is one of the famous religious and tourism destinations of Dalhousie. The ashram belongs to Vimala Thakur who is a renowned religious philosophe..Read more
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Subhash Baoli
The Subhash Baoli is an ancient site that is tribute to the historical hero Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose...Read more
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Jandrighat Palace
The Jhandri Ghat located at an altitude of 2036 meters is one of the most famous tourist attractions. A palace of the royal family of Chamba is located at Jhandri Ghat. ..Read more
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Dalhousie Cantonment Hill
This Dalhousie cantonment hill was developed as a retreat station for British troops. The quarters are built in Victorian Style and a Brigade Headquarters still exists h..Read more
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Bara Pathar
The Bara Pathar is the temple of Bhulwani Mata located at the foothills of Dayan Kund Peak. A fair is held here every July that attracts a lot of tourists...Read more
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St Francis Church
The St. Francis Church is a Catholic Church that was built on Charing Cross (now known as Subhash Chowk). The church was constructed in a similar fashion to those in Eng..Read more
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Dakshina Murthi
The Dakshina Murti is a Yoga Institute started by the great philosopher from Sonepat, Dr. R. P. Kaushik. Regular Yoga classes are held here that can be attended by local..Read more
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Kynance
Kynance is a heritage site of Dalhousie. It is a residential building and an important landmark of the city. The location of the building is such that it is not easily v..Read more
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