Dharamshala is situated in the Kangara valley, having magnificent view of the snow Peak Mountains and greenery of the deodar trees. It is divided into two parts upprar- Dharamshala and Lower- Dharamshala. Upper- Dharamshala consists of Mcleod Ganj, Forsyth Ganj and Bhagsunag. Lower Dharamshala consists of the civil and business area with Courts and Kotwali bazar. Dharamshala is headquarter of the Tibetan Government in exile, headed by Dalai Lama. It has good stadium of the Hills which looks really beautiful due to surrounded by snow Peak Mountains.
Bhagsunag temple and water fall:
Bhagsunag temple and water fall is just 11 km. from Dharamshala town, known for its old temple and a fresh water spring, water falls. The Bhagsu fall is one of the main attractions of Mcleodganj. You can take a dip in the chilly water of fall. There are some trek routes to Triund near the fall. Temple of god Shiva situated 2 km from McLeodganj Bazaar. It was Constructed by 1 GR by around 1800 century and then worshipped majorly by 14 Gurkha platoon. There is a water fall Very next to Bhagsunag temple, one of the major tourist attraction spot in Dharamshala.
Mcleod Ganj: It is famous for the Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. You will find in large extent Lamas and foreign tourist. It is renowned for the spiritualism, Yoga and Meditation.
Naddi scenic picnic spot is located 5 km northwest of McLeod Ganj, a high point beyond the Dal Lake. Naddi offers a spectacular view of the Kangra valley. It’s also becoming a popular destination for nature lovers. It is surely the best place to spend some quality time amidst the heart of Dhauladhar mountains.
Dal Lake Lies amidst hills and deodar tress and is 11 km. from Lower Dhramshala. The Lake is spread in an area of 1 km and is bounded by deodars, and junipers forest. There is another temple close to the lake that is dedicated to sage Durvasa. Dal Lake is 2 km walk westwards from McLeod Ganj bazaar.
Palampur is fascinating hill station in the kangra valley surrounded by tea gardens and pine forest. It is situated at height of 1,219 meters and just 35 km away from Dharmshala and 40 Km form the Kangara.