Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Dharamshala Honeymoon Destination & Travel Guide for Couples

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Best time to visit Dharamshala:
January, February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November, December,

Dharamshala romantic honeymoon destination is also famous for : Adventure, Heritage, Hill Station, Lake, Peaceful, Popular, Shopping, Spa Meditation, Trekking, Water Sports,

Dharamshala is the most fascinating hill station which is located on the upper hilly terrains of Kangra valley and set against the scenic backdrop of exquisite Dhauladhar Mountains. With dense pine and deodar forests, numerous streams, cool healthy air, attractive surroundings and the nearby snowline, Dharamsala is full of life and yet peaceful. Dharamshala is synonym for Buddhism in India. Tourist can get rich cultural heritage at the Kangra Art Museum where paintings, coins, sculptures, jewelry can be seen. Numerous Buddhist Viharas or Gompas, presenting great culture values and Tibetan architectures are main attractions of Dharamshala.

Dharamshala is a place for ultimate romance and thus has become a popular tourist destination across India as well as the entire world. Couples visit this destination to make their honeymoon memorable.This city is a perfect shopping place where one can view the color and lifestyles of the entire local community. This little hill town is indeed a must visit to every traveler.

Dharamshala as Honeymoon Destination (Romantic Getaways)

The hill station of Dharamshala is covered by thick woods of oak and coniferous trees and it is enfolded on its three sides by the Dhauladhar ranges. Dharamshala has all in it you can expect for your honeymoon like religious significance, natural beauty, commercial activity and adventure. Visit largest Tibetan temple outside of Tibet to take blessings. Shop at the Kotwali Bazaar for paintings, sculptures, pottery, coins, jewellery, Shamianas, manuscripts and other traditional artifacts. And, if you are fond of Tibetan food, this is the best place in India. Apart from that, you have a lot to visit in this nature based town which will make your honeymoon full of romance and beauty.

Why Visit Dharamshala as Romantic Getaways?

  • Hariour-Guler township with various monuments and fort, Kangra Art Museum displaying artifacts of Tibetan and Buddhist culture, Kangra Fort, Tibetan Library and War Memorial of Dharamshala.
  • Bhagsu Falls, Dal Lake, Trekking route of Hanuman-Ka-Tibba, Neugal Khad, Tea Garden and Triund.
  • Baglamukhi temple, Brajreshwari temple, Gyuto Monastery, Jwalamukhi Devi temple, Kaleshwar Mahadev temple and Tsuglagkhang Monastery.
  • Trekking in Dhauladhar range and Kangra and McleodGanj, Hang Gliding, Paragliding.

Best Time To Visit Dharamshala

Dharmashala has a cool climate all through the year but the best season to visit Dharmasala is from mid-September to June.

Best Season: mid-September to June
Summers: March to June
Winters: December to February
Monsoons: July to mid September

Dharamshala hill station view

Dharamshala hill station view

Dharamshala hill station view by rajkumar1220













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2 Responses to “Dharamshala”

Manoj Says

Dharamshala is really a heaven in another heaven called Himachal Pradesh. Its a perfect trip for planning a friends trip or solo traveling. The hill station is really a peaceful one away from busy city life. A must visit place in Himachal Pradesh. I would recommend it to everyone who loves nature.

Manik Says

The trip to Dharamshala was really a great experience. Kangra valley full of greenery and the aerial view was marvelous. The beauty and the nature are breathtaking, with the Himalayan Mountains in the background with the lush mountains and valley; it is a peaceful and fabulous experience to view the Kangra Valley. Church of St.John is a very beautiful place located in the midst of serene surroundings, absolutely calm, picturesque location. The Dalai Lama temple has a serene vibe to it, several great views of the hills and a lot of interesting write ups on Buddhism, the statues inside and Tibetan culture. The inner sanctum is dazzling. We enjoyed the experience.

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