Dalhausie

Description

Dalhousie is one of the unspoiled hill stations of India, situated in Chamba valley lies nearby the Dahualadar range. This small town was named after British Governor Lord Dalhousie founded in 1854 A D. Once a favorite summer destination among British officers during the colonial era. Surrounded by five hills. Now also preferred by most of the tourist who visits Himachal Pradesh. Old Colonial buildings around the town intensify its beauty. Misty mountains dotted with conifer and deodar tree gives a velvety look to this tinsel town. Beauty of this place lure visitors who want to spend vacation in the lap of nature. Guru Rabindranath Tagore, Rudyard Kipling, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose, and many other famous personalities have passed their time in this town. Lush green meadows, surrounded by hills, old colonial houses tribal people and pleasant climate make it a matchless destination of the region.

You can visit here any time in the year. In winters it receives ample snowfall, fresh snow add to this scenic panorama, winters temperature reaches below 0'C in Dalhousie, so warm jackets and woolen clothes are must to keep. However, the best time to visit Dalhousie is from the month of March-June. The snow begins to melt in the month of March and April, the climate in these months remains perfect for outdoor activities.