Dalhousie


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It is an astounding most demanded hill station cum honeymoon destination, abuzz with its old charismatic charm of “British Raj” and Victorian style architecture offers a pleasant holiday amidst calm and serene surroundings. The hill station is placed at an average height of 8000 feet in the state of Himachal Pradesh that give serene beauty to tourist.

Historical Background

Dalhousie established in 1854 by British Empire on the name of Lord Dalhousie, the British Governor General of India, to give summer retreat to troops and bureaucrats. It is a repository of ancient Hindu culture, art, temples, and handicrafts preserved under the longest-running single dynasty since the mid-6th century.

Dalhousie – A Blend of Natural Beauty and Hill Station

It is a serene tourist spot, built on five hills that offer pleasant trekking experience to trekkers. Dalhousie situated in the Dhauladhar mountain range and the scenic valley gives astonishing however charismatic views and majestic rivers in the dense woods of planes gives a perfect picturesque views.

It provides excellent shopping delights to the shopping buffs at the mall road. It is a perfect location for site seeing and promenades amidst in mountainous town.

Climate and best time to visit

The best time to visit Dalhousie is throughout the year; the temperature relay between 16 to 42 degree in summers and -2 to 19 degree during winters. The only thing to consider is you clothing according to the weather.

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