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Lying in the outskirt slopes of the mountain range of Dhauladhar, there is another important hill destination in the district of Chamba. As you walk in, there is a channel of diverse woods ranging from oak, pine to deodar forests, sprinkled all around the town.

Formerly considered as a sanitarium by its founder Lord Dalhousie, today it has become one of the most admired hill stations. The city covers the are of about 13 sq kms and possess five hills naming Balun, Kathlog, Petreyn, Tehra and Bakrota with heights ranging between 1,525 and 2,378 metres. The place is popularly known for its famous churches. The oldest church in the town is St. Johns Church ( made in 1903 A.D. ), and St. Patricks Church ( 1909 A.D. )

The city is bedecked with a number of picturesque panoramas, incorporating the scenic beauty of the Chenab, the Ravi and the Beas. Dalhousie is an opening channel of Chamba. It is a soul-refreshing place with its finest picturesque views, climate, sightseeing, attractions and honeymoon resorts. Dalhousie travel and tourism is a popular among the Indian and foreign tourists alike and for that the Dalhousie tour packages are a perfect way of exploring the splendor of the destination.

General facts about Dalhousie
Location: North India
State: Himachal Pradesh
Area: 18 sq. kms.
Language: Pahari, Hindi, Punjabi and English
Climate: Cold and Moderate
Major Attractions: Bakrota Hills, Dainkund, St. Andrews Church, St. Patricks Church
Ideal Time to Visit: February to November

Tourists sightseeing in Dalhousie
There are fascinating and bewitching places in this mesmerizing hill station. The city renders you with soul-soothing scenes, all around the town with lush green forests, mountain lakes and snow-covered peaks. Some of the most fascinating places to visit in Dalhousie that renders matchless beauty on earth are Bakrota Hills, Dainkund or Dayankund, Kalatop, Khajjiar, Panchphulla, Subhash Baoli, Jandri Ghat, The Round,Bara Pathar and Dainkund. The town is commonly known for its spirituality and religious tourist attractions in Dalhousie are St. Andrews Church, St. Patricks Church, St. Francis Church, St. Johns Church, Ajit Singh Memorial.

Climate of Dalhousie
This is the place, for which you do not have to think for its visiting time, as it retains the best climate for all the 365 days. Whenever you feel like rejoicing and refreshing your soul, you can visit here, without any obligations. You will experience a pleasant weather in Dalhousie throughout a year just a little chilly breezes in December and January.

How to reach Dalhousie

Dalhousie By Air: The nearest airport from Dalhousie is at Delhi, Shimla or Chandigarh. From there, you can have roadway services. Other options are Gaggal, Amritsar and Jammu.

Dalhousie By Rail: The nearest Railway Station is Pathankot (Punjab) around 80km from Dalhousie, which is well connected by road.

Dalhousie By Road: Dalhousie is well connected by road with vehicles directing reaching from Delhi, Chandigarh and Pathankot.

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