Just surrender and unwind! With so much to look around, sometimes just sitting back and snuggling in a warm blanket while sipping your favourite drink or grabbing a book and sitting in the verandah isn’t a bad idea at all. Relaxing in one of the suites while gazing at the Dhauladhars and listening to the chirping of the birds is one of the best things to be done at Adivaha. An ideal getaway from the busy city lives the crisp silence provides a perfect space for meditation and yoga.
– The Tea Experience
One of the most unique and enriching experience that one can have living beside a tea estate is being a part of the process. Just stroll through the tea gardens to reach the tea factory and experience the process of withering, rolling, fermenting, drying and sorting.
– Trekking and Camping: Dharamshala is known for some of the most popular beginner level treks.
Among many The Triund Trek and camp site is one of the most popular one. Located at 9350 feet above sea level the camp site has some of the most splendid views to offer. For any other trek related queries feel free to speak to us.
Take a cycling tour in and around the tea gardens. The clean and crisp air and bare minimum traffic lets peddle around comfortable. Some of the simplest yet beautiful spots that you might miss on a car ride cannot be missed this way.
Labelled as one of the finest places for paragliding, Bir-Billing also host to Paragliding World Cup 2015, Bir Billing is a must on your itinerary in case you are looking for an adrenaline rush.
Mcleodganj: 11 kms uphill on the strawberry hill, a suburb on the foothills of Dhauladhar Ranges. Tibetan monasteries, Hindu temples, Colonial church, waterfalls, lakes to deodar forest, culturally loaded and cafes to feast, shop for local Tibetan carpets, gems, handicrafts or Thangka paintings as a perfect souvenir. The Tsuglakhang Complex here houses the holy abode of the spiritual leader HH The Dalai Lama.
Dal Lake: With its mythological connection the splendid nature’s creation in the lap of Deodar valley is not worth a miss.
Naddi Village: A perfect glimpse of the authentic Pahari village with a panoramic Dhaladhar peaks to rejuvenate to the core.
Tsuglagkhang Complex: Is the largest Tibetan temple outside Tibet containing some beautiful statues and thangkas. It is the monastery of the Dalai Lama, and is located just in front of his residence.
Tibetan Market: One stop shopping area for genuine Tibetan handicrafts, jewellery and Mandala paintings. Tibetan Singing Bowl is a sure buy.
Bhagsu Waterfall: A delight to watch! The Bhagsu water fall is a key tourist spot for some
pictures amidst the incomparable surroundings.
Bhagsu Nag Temple: An ancient Shiva Temple established by the Gurkha Regiment the late 18th
St. John in the Wilderness Church: Laid in the middle of the Deodar forest of Mcleodganj, the ancient
Anglican church is built in as old as 1852 and surrounded by a Christian cemetery around it. The 2 nd
Viceroy of India, The Earl of Elgin who is believed to once live in the White Haven is buried here.
Indru Nag Temple: A popular trekking trail ending at an ancient temple of God of Rain and Snakes.
Tea Gardens: Dharamsala’s most pleasant surprises lie in the plentiful tea gardens on the outskirts of
the town. The joy of strolling to the inherited tea gardens at the break of dawn can only be
experienced as the pure cold breeze passes to your lungs tingling through your nostrils.
Mata Kunal Pathri Temple: Through the Tea Gardens & Pine forests this ancient temple is located 2
kms from the town.
Norbilingka Institute and Karmapa Temple: A perfect snapshot of a rural Tibet, the institute cum
museum is built to preserve and promote the Tibetan culture.
Dharamsala Cricket Stadium: Famous for its architecture and locale, the stadium with its international
status has been a host to several international matches such as the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2015
and a regular venue for the IPL.
Kotwali Bazaar: The busiest and biggest shopping area of the town. One can easily shop for
souvenirs inclusive of the famous Tibetan Carpets and Bhuttico shawls.
Kangra Art Museum: The museum displays a range of finest Kangra art inclusive of paintings, fabrics,
weapons and artifacts from the history of the local dynasties.
War Memorial: Is one of the key tourist destinations that were built in the memory of local war heroes
who died in the battles, post-independence. One of the recent addition is a war museum located just
next to the park.
Chamunda Devi Temple: A must visit spot for the pilgrims. The Chamunda Devi Temple is not only
religiously important but a delight for its scenic appearance with
waterfalls in its backgrounds.
Palampur: An altogether a different town to experience at a distance of 36 kms with several spots to
visit. The town is mainly known for its exclusive views of the Dhauladhar ranges, Baijnath Temple and
wide spread tea gardens.