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Royal and Luxury Holidays of Himalaya - Taragarh Palace Heritage Tour Package: Overview

This Heritage tour package of Dharamshala is designed around Taragarh Palace. Here you will explore the heavenly beauty of Himalaya includes Palampur in a royal stay of a most luxurious Taragarh Palace accommodation.

The palace was built as a summer resort and it was acquired by the Royal Family of Jammu & Kashmir in 1951. Developed as a Heritage Hotel in 1971, Taragarh Palace hotel offers splendid views of the snow-clad ranges of the Dhauladhar Mountains. It offers modern amenities, best hospitality with a great range of services. Its location at one of India’s pure and scenic hill stations makes this royal destination a must visit ever.

   

What is unique in “Royal and Luxury Holidays of Himalaya - Taragarh Palace Heritage Tour Package”?

In this 3N / 4D luxury holiday tour package, we are offering special Heritage accommodation “Taragarh Palace Heritage” in Dharamshala. It is very famous for their luxurious facilities that makes this package is so unique, amenities such as:

  • Taragarh Palace provides a plethora of facilities be it recreational, health or general. The resort boasts of its restaurant, bar, conference hall, swimming pool, recreation room.

  • The ten super deluxe rooms blend modern comfort with traditional royal elegance that allows you to relax and unwind

  • Visitors and guests, who come to Taragarh Palace Resort, experience an exciting and refreshing rejuvenation that stays in their memories forever.

  • Taragarh Palace Hotel has 26 air conditioned Rooms & Suites and the resort rooms, suites are a pleasing delight for the visitors.

  • The Internationally styled furniture and furnishings reflect quaint elegance and supreme quality.

  • The Imperial dining hall has a seating for fifty-five people and serves Indian, Continental & Chinese cuisines. Meals and snacks are also served in the patio overlooking the Dhaulandhar Mountains.

 

Royal and Luxury Holidays of Himalaya: Highlights

  • Enjoy the Ravishing sightseeing’s of Dharamshala Mcleodganj and Palampur

  • Visit Dalai Lama Temple, Bagsungnag temple and Chamunda Devi Temple

  • Awesome trip of Mcleodganj and Palampur

  • Explore the beauty of Tea gardens, Saurabh Van Vihar, Nevgal Khad and Dhauladhar National Park.

  • Grab the scenic views of Bhagsu waterfall and Dal Lake

  • Heavenly Naddi view point 


India best Royal Holidays in Dharamshala Mountains - Taragarh Palace Royal Heritage Retreat Holidays - Rates & Dates


Package Inclusion

  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner

  • 3 Nights accommodation in Taragarh Palace in Dharamshala

  • Private AC Innova for 4 days

  • Pick Up & Drop from Gaggal Airport / Chandigarh Airport as per the Option Chosen

  • Return Airport transfers only if you choose Airfare inclusion

  •  All Toll taxes, Parking, Driver night hault

  • All Taxes  

 

Package Exclusion

  • Lunch not include in this package

  • Any expenses of a personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, beverages, gratuities etc.

  • Entrance Fees and Camera fees at monuments and other places of interest

  • Travel insurance


India best Royal Holidays in Dharamshala Mountains - Taragarh Palace Royal Heritage Retreat Holidays - Itinerary

Our representative will meet you at Gaggal Airport/ Chandigarh airport. After meet and Greet we will proceed to Taragarh Palace Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh). (May have lunch at enroute good restaurant)

 On arrival Dharamshala Check in to hotel and have some rest. After post lunch you may visit nearby places of the beautiful Taragarh Palace such as go for street shopping or shopping mall, and may stroll the nearby beauty with exploring a nature walk. Enjoy dinner & Overnight stay in Taragarh Palace hotel with luxurious treatments.

After Breakfast the day start with the famous sightseeing’s of Dharamshala such as Dalai Lama Temple, Bhagsunag temple, Bhagsu waterfall, Dal Lake and McleodGanj.

Later in the evening you may visit to Naddi village to have a look at sun set views, which is very beautiful from Naddi village. After that come back to hotel for overnight stay and take pleasure of fantastic dinner with great conveniences of luxury accommodation.

 

Dalai Lama Temple: The Dalai Lama temple is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places in Himachal Pradesh. It is just a short walk from the McLeod Ganj bus stand and is quite accessible from the major parts of the district. The whole vicinity is decorated with colorful prayer flags and this makes it perfect for long serene walks. You will find a lot of good statues and the atmosphere is something which lures people to come back again and again. The sight of monks meditating peacefully and chanting verses is something that everyone must experience.

 

Bhagsunag temple: The temple of Bhagsunag is dedicated to Lord Shiva of Hindu religious. This ancient temple is located 2 kms away from Mcleodganj. This is a beautiful and famous ancient temple of Lord Shiva with full of natural scenes having a cold running water tank and springs.

 

Bhagsu waterfall: Bhagsu Waterfall - Situated at walking distance of 1.5 Kms from Hotel Triund, Bhagsu Waterfall is at its pristine glory during monsoon. The view of unsullied water gushing out of the waterfall and the mist emanating from the fall about 20 feet is indeed a delightful experience. It is a marvelous location to live with nature enjoying the Himalayan serene nature and rejuvenating soft but cool breeze.

 

Dal Lake: The name 'Dal Lake' is taken from Kashmir's Dal Lake, Situated at is a small mid-altitude lake near the village of Tota Rani in Kangra district (Himachal Pradesh) in northern India.Situated at a height of 1775m above sea-level, Dal Lake comes under the region of Kangra district, which is 11 km away from Dharamshala. Nestling amidst lush green forests of deodar trees, the Dal Lake is famous for its scenic beauty and pilgrimage center.

 

McleodGanj: The place is one of the most frequented spots in Dharamshala and is famous for its Tibetan culture, handicrafts and temples. The Hanuman Tibba is the highest peak at the height of 5,639 meters above sea level and can be viewed from McLeod Ganj.

 

Naddi village: Naddi view point Situated At 2,000 meters above the sea level and about 1.5 kilometers from Dal Lake a modern picnic spot is developing fast at Naddi village. It is the only place in Dharamshala from where an open view of mountains and wide valleys on Dhauladhars southern side can be seen. It is also a starting point for a trek to Kareri Lake, Guna Temple and Triund.

On this morning after breakfast drive to Palampur where you will visit most heavenly places of Himalaya like Tea gardens, Chamunda Devi temple, Saurabh Van Vihar, Nevgal Khad and Dhauladhar National Park. (May have lunch at good enroute restaurant)  

In late evening come back to hotel and enjoy dinner with a royal Overnight stay at Taragrh Palace hotel

 

Tea gardens:  Palampur is said to be the tea capital of Northern India because of the tea gardens are a major attraction here. As you go for a drive in this hill station you would see tea gardens all around. The lush of greenery and the subtle smell of tea are just what are needed to have a refreshing day. Tea production is done on such a large scale that these tea plantations have found a place in the international maps as well. Regions around Palampur also produce tea in large quantities. Darbari, Bageshwari, Bahar and Malhar are some of the brand names of the tea produced in Palampur.

Chamunda Devi Temple: This temple is located at a distance of 10 km from Palampur and is regarded as a very important religious center. It is said to be one of the 51 Shakti Peethas as the main shrines are those of Goddess Durga and Goddess Chamunda. It is a peaceful place where one can go and meditate with no disturbances. It is believed that this temple was built more than 700 years ago. A kund (pond) placed in the premises of Chamunda Devi Temple is said to have sacred water. Numerous paintings of different Gods and Goddesses are seen on the walls of the temple. This temple also features an Ayurvedic dispensary and a library. The setting of the temple is beautiful in its own way which is surrounded with mountains, rivers and forests.

Saurabh Van Vihar: Named after a brave army officer, Captain Saurabh Kalia, Saurabh Van Vihar is a beautiful garden. This garden is managed by the Himachal Pradesh Forest Department. Over 151 species of herbs can be found in these gardens. It covers an area of 35 acres. Picnic sheds, Children’s Park, Water streams, Health trails, and Open Air Theatre, Bamboosetum and Tiger Hill Bridge help cover the large area the garden stretches across.

Nevgal Khad: Nevgal Khad is located at a distance of just 2 km from the main town. It is a popular attraction of Palampur, popularly known as “Bundla Chasm”. It is a perfect picnic spot with a 300 m wide stream flowing in the region. This spot offers a nice view of the snow-capped Dhauladhar ranges. The surrounding stream becomes serene during the monsoons.

Dhauladhar National Park: This famous National Park is also known as Gopalpur Zoo, Located at a distance of 13 km from Palampur. It is one of the chief attractions that draw attention of wildlife enthusiasts and also the major attractions of the destination. . It was set up by the wildlife department of Himachal Pradesh Government over an area of 30 acres. Tourists visiting the mini zoo situated in the complex can spot animals like leopards, black bears, angora rabbits, Asiatic lion, sambhar, red fox and varieties of deers etc.

After breakfast check out from hotel & proceed to Gaggal Airport/ Chandigarh Airport. Our Cab will drop you to the Airport. Tour ends with sweet memories. 



Taragarh Palace Hotel Dharamshala

The Taragarh Palace stands majestically at a height of 1,000 meters, amidst 15 acres of lush forests and tea gardens in the Kangra Valley in Taragarh, Himachal Pradesh. The palace was built as a summer resort and it was acquired by the Royal Family of Jammu & Kashmir in 1951. Developed as a Heritage Hotel in 1971, Taragarh Palace hotel offers splendid views of the snow-clad ranges of the Dhauladhar Mountains.

 

Taragarh Palace Hotel: History

Formerly known as Al-hilal (land of the crescent moon), Taragarh Palace, was built in the early 1930s as a resort well suited for summers. It was bought by the royal family of Jammu & Kashmir in 1951 for the dowager Maharani who lived there for several years. It is now run as a hotel by the present royal family.

Built by the Nawab of Bhawalpur in 1937, Developed as a Heritage Hotel in 1971, It is now run as a Heritage hotel by the present royal family. The then Nawab of Bahawalpur built large European-style summer residence for himself up in the cool Himalayan region of Kangra district. He laid out lush green gardens, built a glass pleasure pavilion and a mosque and christened his country palace Al-hilal.

 

Comfort, warmth and luxury: 

  • Gift/souvenir shop ‘Chandni’ at Taragarh consisting of Tibetan brocades/ tankas & other items

  • For convenience equipped with a power back-up in the event of power failures

  • Tibetan & Kangra folk dances (arranged on request on additional cost)

  • Conference Facilities are available.

  • Swimming Pool (Operational from the months of April to October)

  • Tennis, Badminton

  • Imperial dining hall & Mini Bar

  • Fitness Center & Steam

  • Horse Riding (Subject to availability)

  • Wedding and Events facilities and amenities

  • 26 air conditioned Rooms & Suites

 

Dharamshala India Points of Interest

St. John's Church: St. John's Church is one of the major attractions, which is a testimony of the bygone British Era. Constructed in 1852, this historic church built in Gothic style is famous for its tapering high windows and a bell in the compound.

 

Bhagsunag Waterfall:  Situated at walking distance of 1.5 Kms from Hotel Triund, Bhagsunag Waterfall is at its pristine glory during monsoon. The view of unsullied water gushing out of the waterfall and the mist emanating from the fall about 20 feet is indeed a delightful experience. It is a marvelous location to live with nature enjoying the Himalayan serene nature and rejuvenating soft but cool breeze.

 

Mcleodganj : Several thousand Tibetan exiles have now settled in the area, and most live in and around Mcleodganj in Upper Dharamshala, where they have built monasteries, temples and schools. Mcleodganj is sometimes known as 'Little Lhasa", after the Tibetan capital city, or 'Dhasa' (a compound of 'Dharamshala' and 'Lhasa'). It has become an important tourist destination with many hotels and restaurants, leading to growth in tourism and commerce.

 

Dalai Lama Temple: The Dalai Lama temple is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places in Himachal Pradesh. It is just a short walk from the McLeod Ganj bus stand and is quite accessible from the major parts of the district. The whole vicinity is decorated with colorful prayer flags and this makes it perfect for long serene walks. You will find a lot of good statues and the atmosphere is something which lures people to come back again and again. The sight of monks meditating peacefully and chanting verses is something that everyone must experience.

 

Bhagsu nag temple: The temple of Bhagsunag is dedicated to Lord Shiva of Hindu religious. This ancient temple is located 2 kms away from Mcleodganj. This is a beautiful and famous ancient temple of Lord Shiva with full of natural scenes having a cold running water tank and springs.

 

Dal Lake: The name 'Dal Lake' is taken from Kashmir's Dal Lake, Situated at is a small mid-altitude lake near the village of Tota Rani in Kangra district (Himachal Pradesh) in northern India. Situated at a height of 1775m above sea-level, Dal Lake comes under the region of Kangra district, which is 11 km away from Dharamshala. Nestling amidst lush green forests of deodar trees, the Dal Lake is famous for its scenic beauty and pilgrimage center.

 

Naddi village: Naddi view point Situated at 2,000 meters above the sea level and about 1.5 kilometers from Dal Lake a modern picnic spot is developing fast at Naddi village. It is the only place in Dharamshala from where an open view of mountains and wide valleys on Dhauladhars southern side can be seen. It is also a starting point for a trek to Kareri Lake, Guna Temple and Triund.

 

Places to visit in Palampur

Tea gardens:  Palampur is said to be "The tea capital of Northern India" because of the tea gardens are a major attraction here. As you go for a drive in this hill station you would see tea gardens all around. The lush of greenery and the subtle smell of tea are just what are needed to have a refreshing day. Tea production is done on such a large scale that these tea plantations have found a place in the international maps as well. Regions around Palampur also produce tea in large quantities. Darbari, Bageshwari, Bahar and Malhar are some of the brand names of the tea produced in Palampur.

 

Chamunda Devi Temple: This temple is located at a distance of 10 km from Palampur and is regarded as a very important religious center. It is said to be one of the 51 Shakti Peethas as the main shrines are those of Goddess Durga and Goddess Chamunda. It is a peaceful place where one can go and meditate with no disturbances. It is believed that this temple was built more than 700 years ago. A kund (pond) placed in the premises of Chamunda Devi Temple is said to have sacred water. Numerous paintings of different Gods and Goddesses are seen on the walls of the temple. This temple also features an Ayurvedic dispensary and a library. The setting of the temple is beautiful in its own way which is surrounded with mountains, rivers and forests.

 

Saurabh Van Vihar: Named after a brave army officer, Captain Saurabh Kalia, Saurabh Van Vihar is a beautiful garden. This garden is managed by the Himachal Pradesh Forest Department. Over 151 species of herbs can be found in these gardens. It covers an area of 35 acres. Picnic sheds, Children’s Park, Water streams, Health trails, and Open Air Theatre, Bamboosetum and Tiger Hill Bridge help cover the large area the garden stretches across.

 

Nevgal Khad: Nevgal Khad is located at a distance of just 2 km from the main town. It is a popular attraction of Palampur, popularly known as “Bundla Chasm”. It is a perfect picnic spot with a 300 m wide stream flowing in the region. This spot offers a nice view of the snow-capped Dhauladhar ranges. The surrounding stream becomes serene during the monsoons.

 

Dhauladhar National Park: This famous National Park is also known as Gopalpur Zoo, Located at a distance of 13 km from Palampur. It is one of the chief attractions that draw attention of wildlife enthusiasts and also the major attractions of the destination. It was set up by the wildlife department of Himachal Pradesh Government over an area of 30 acres. Tourists visiting the mini zoo situated in the complex can spot animals like leopards, black bears, angora rabbits, Asiatic lion, sambhar, red fox and varieties of deers etc.

 

 Tsuglagkhang: Tsuglagkhang is the abode of His Holiness Dalai Lama. This complex houses Namgyal Monastery where thousands of pilgrims offer prayers. The most unique feature of this   monastery is its diversity of practice. It also houses 3 metre high bronze statues of Sakyamun Buddha, Valokitesvara and Padmasambhava. Situated next to the Tsuglagkhang Temple, Kalachakr Temple is open to the public. The Dalai Lama uses this temple as his base for public teaching.

 

Dharamshala Tourism best time Visit

For enjoying snow-white (December to February): During this time the temperature tends to dip below -1 °C. In winters and Dharamshala are so freezing, but if you enjoy the cold and snow-white mountains, then this is a beautiful time to visit. Remember to carry lots of woolens and protection against chilly winds.

 

For Couple (July to September): July to September is the best time for enjoy the romantic rainfall in the hills when the mountains are at their greenest. But do remember that the terrain can get pretty tricky in the monsoon so you have to be prepared for road blocks due to continuous rainfall.

 

For trekking tours (March to May): Summer months are perfect for a trip to the hills when the temperatures range somewhere between 22°C and 35°C. It’s ideal time for trekking tours on scenic trails dotted with flowers in full bloom. Most tourists prefer going to Dharamshala at this time so it’s also the most crowded. It’s also a good idea to plan your trip around the Buddhist Losar Festival that takes place in February or March.

 

For adventure activities (September to November): Rains stop around September and the weather is pleasant for sightseeing as well as other adventure activities such as trekking and camping. But keep in mind that the nights start getting chilly at this time so you must carry adequate layers to keep yourself warm.

 

How to reach Palampur from Chandigarh

By train: There is no direct train between Chandigarh and Palampur is available. Best to take Cdg Asr Sup from Chandigarh to Jalandhar then take Indica from Jalandhar to Palampur

By Road: Direct bus between Chandigarh and Palampur is available. Best to take State Transport Bus from Chandigarh to Palampur

By Air: Palampur does not have an airport and the option is Nearest Gaggal Airport (Dharamshala)

Which is 25 km away from Palampur then take Indica/ Cab from Dharamshala to Palampur.

 

Distance from Chandigarh to Dharamshala

Dharamshala is located at a distance of 254 km from Chandigarh. The hill station of Dharamshala is well-connected to Chandigarh by road, rail and air. However, the best way to reach Dharamshala is by car, a journey of about 5 hours.

Rout by Car: Hire a cab to drive down to Dharamshala which takes around 5 hours. Approximate cost of cab per kilometer ranges between INR 8 to 21, depending upon the type of vehicle. Travelling by a cab or car is ideal for families with senior citizens and kids or while in a group.

 

Tourist attractions in Mcleodganj

Triund Hill: Triund Hill is located at a height of about 2,842 meters above sea level and with a distance of about 9 kilometers from McLeodganj (located at height of 2,082 meters above sea level) and 17 kilometers from Dharamshala.

 

Tibetan Museum: Located near the Main Temple of His Holiness the Dalai Lama (Tsuglag Khang), Tibet Museum exhibit Tibetan history and ongoing movement through huge collection of photographs and documentaries.

 

Nechung Monastery: Nechung Dorje Drayang Ling Monastery has an important place in Tibetan history as the seat of the State Oracle of Tibet. Nechung monastery in Tibet lies just below Drepung monastery, four miles west of Lhasa, the country's capital. Nechung originally came to Tibet with a descendant of the Indian sage Dharmapala.

 

Dharamkot: Dharamkot is a beautiful hill station, situated on the crest of a hill, around 14 kms away from the main town of Dharamshala. This stunning spot provides panoramic views of the Kangra valley and the Dhauladhar ranges.

 

Kangra Art Museum: Museum is a treasure house of rich heritage of the valleys art and culture, located near Kotwali Bazaar at Dharamshala. Museum is still in infancy but now the collection is increased to 1500 art object comprising miniature paintings, textiles, sculptures, jewellery, coins and objects of cultural anthropology.

 

 Dalai Lama Temple Mcleodganj

The Dalai Lama temple is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places in Himachal Pradesh. It is just a short walk from the McLeod Ganj bus stand and is quite accessible from the major parts of the district. The whole vicinity is decorated with colorful prayer flags and this makes it perfect for long serene walks. You will find a lot of good statues and the atmosphere is something which lures people to come back again and again. The sight of monks meditating peacefully and chanting verses is something that everyone must experience.

 

Palampur weather

Winter (November-February) : The temperature ranges from 10 degrees Celsius and can fall as low in the extreme winters. February and March are considered as the best period, as the temperature begins to rise but the town is still draped in the white blanket. The beauty of Palampur is spectacular views in winters.

 

Summer (April-June) :The temperature in Summers ranges between 8 to 30 degrees Celsius. The weather remains pleasant throughout the summers. The day receives a bright sunny weather and evening becomes pleasantly cold. It is considered a favorable time to visit Palampur.

 

Monsoon (July-October): The monsoon seasons begins with the month of July and continues till October. Although, Palampur does not receive a very high amount of rainfall and considered as the best time to visit Palampur.

 

Tourist places near Palampur

Bir and Beelling (35 km from Palampur): This village is famous for its Buddhist monasteries. Hang gliding pilots use it as their landing site. Bir, surrounded by tea gardens and an amphitheater of low hills, is an ideal landing around for para-gliders. Bir has Buddhist Monasteries that are worth visiting. Fine Tibetan handi craft are also produced here. Billing, up in the hills 14 kms. from Bir with an arena of 200 kms. for high altitude and cross country flying, is one of the best aerosports sites in the country.

 

Baijnath ( 16 km. from Palampur.): The Shiva temple at Baijnath is one of the most remarkable monuments of the Kangra valley. Ancient name of this town was 'Kirgrama'. Baijnath got its name from Shiva Vaidyanatha. The temple consists of an 'Adytum' surrounded by a spire of the usual conical shape with a 'Mandap' covered with a low pyramid shaped roof. The 'Adytum' contains the Lingam. There is fine sculpture work to be associated with Ravana, who worshipped Shiva at this spot and gained immortality. Baijnath is one of the 'Twelve Jyotirlingams'. Shivratri of Baijnath is a well attended fair.

 

Brijeshwari Temple (13 km. from Palamapur): Brijeshwari Temple is also known as Vajreshwari Temple, The temple is dedicated to Goddess Parvati or Brajeshwari, who is worshipped here in the form of a Pinid. This spectacular temple was invaded by many times by several extremists and thus, in the intervening years the temple was rebuilt and renovated several times and during the festival of Lohri the temple is decorated with a layer of butter.

 

Bundla Stream ( 2 km. from Palampur): Bundla stream with wide chasm of more than 100 metres, swells up and rises madly in monsoons taking stones and boulders along with it making a loud noise like that of continuous thunder. This is a lovely walk from Palampur to Budla.

 

Pong Lake Sanctuary (36 km from Palampur): Located at a distance of 36 km from Palampur in Kangra, this sanctuary is one of the perfect instances of preservation of rich flora and fauna and rare species of animals. Situated on the banks of the River Beas, it houses many animals like sambar, nilgai, barking deer, wild boar and leopard, around 220 species of migratory birds and at least 27 varieties of fish.  It is a true paradise for bird watchers and the place for calm and relaxed.

 

Andretta ( 13 km. from Palampur ): It is the home of the famous artist, late Sardar Shobha Singh and late playwriter Norah Richards. This presents an excellent view of the Dhauladhar Range. It is also home to the famous artist, playwriter Norah Richards. There are amazing paintings in their private houses which are worth seeing. The place offers breathtaking views of the Dhauladhar Range, a real treat for the photographers. This famous center for pottery and crafts at Andretta and the craft society was started in 1983. It is a production studio which makes attractive earthen slipware, besides also providing a three month courses for aspiring potters

 

Shobha Singh's Art Gallery (13 km. from Palampur):  The Sobha Singh Art Gallery is situated in Andretta village. It is dedicated to Artist sobha singh. Sobha Singh is a veteran painter from the Sikh community and his masterpiece of Guru Nanak (with his one hand raised as if to bestow blessings) has brought him ample of fame. The art gallery displays some of the finest work of Sobha Singh, which include portraits of Sohni-Mahinval and Hir-Ranjha (famed Punjabi couples).

 

Dhauladhar National Park (13 km from Palampur): Located at a distance of 13 km from Palampur, this national park is one of the major attractions of the destination. It is spread over 12.5 hectares of verdant green land at an elevated height of approximately 1200 meters.  Dhauladhar National Park, also known as Gopalpur Zoo, is one of the main attractions of Dharamshala and Palampur that draw attention of wildlife enthusiasts. Dhauladhar Nature Park lies in the Himalayan biogeography zone and has wet temperate forest cover and the park is the chief attraction amongst wildlife lovers and photographers.  Animals like leopards, black bears, angora rabbits, Asiatic lion, Sambhar, red fox and wild deer’s can be spotted in the zoo.

 

Tea Gardens

  •  Palampur is green hill station also known as the 'Tea Capital of North India' and is a popular hill station because it is not only known for its scenic beauty but also for the beautiful temples and buildings built in the Colonial period. Tea plantation was introduced in the region during the middle of the 19th century by Dr. Jameson, Superintendent Botanical Gardens, North-West Frontier Province.

  • Here, the hill station has lush tea gardens sprawling over vast acres of land a nature lover can enjoy a quiet stroll while feasting his eyes on the natural beauty and an outdoor lover with a taste for adventure can enjoy hand gliding and trekking during the holidays. It has something for people of all tastes, which makes it an ideal holiday resort for many.

  • Tourists coming to Palampur can visit these gardens and marvel at the lush green beauty of this place and appreciate the efficient way in which these gardens are run. Tourists are also allowed to witness the actual tea making process at the Palampur Tea Corporative.

Package Inclusion

  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner

  • 3 Nights accommodation in Taragarh Palace in Dharamshala

  • Private AC Innova for 4 days

  • Pick Up & Drop from Gaggal Airport / Chandigarh Airport as per the Option Chosen

  • Return Airport transfers only if you choose Airfare inclusion

  •  All Toll taxes, Parking, Driver night hault

  • All Taxes  

 

Package Exclusion

  • Lunch not include in this package

  • Any expenses of a personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, beverages, gratuities etc.

  • Entrance Fees and Camera fees at monuments and other places of interest

  • Travel insurance

India best Royal Holidays in Dharamshala Mountains - Taragarh Palace Royal Heritage Retreat Holidays - Itinerary

Our representative will meet you at Gaggal Airport/ Chandigarh airport. After meet and Greet we will proceed to Taragarh Palace Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh). (May have lunch at enroute good restaurant)

 On arrival Dharamshala Check in to hotel and have some rest. After post lunch you may visit nearby places of the beautiful Taragarh Palace such as go for street shopping or shopping mall, and may stroll the nearby beauty with exploring a nature walk. Enjoy dinner & Overnight stay in Taragarh Palace hotel with luxurious treatments.

After Breakfast the day start with the famous sightseeing’s of Dharamshala such as Dalai Lama Temple, Bhagsunag temple, Bhagsu waterfall, Dal Lake and McleodGanj.

Later in the evening you may visit to Naddi village to have a look at sun set views, which is very beautiful from Naddi village. After that come back to hotel for overnight stay and take pleasure of fantastic dinner with great conveniences of luxury accommodation.

 

Dalai Lama Temple: The Dalai Lama temple is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places in Himachal Pradesh. It is just a short walk from the McLeod Ganj bus stand and is quite accessible from the major parts of the district. The whole vicinity is decorated with colorful prayer flags and this makes it perfect for long serene walks. You will find a lot of good statues and the atmosphere is something which lures people to come back again and again. The sight of monks meditating peacefully and chanting verses is something that everyone must experience.

 

Bhagsunag temple: The temple of Bhagsunag is dedicated to Lord Shiva of Hindu religious. This ancient temple is located 2 kms away from Mcleodganj. This is a beautiful and famous ancient temple of Lord Shiva with full of natural scenes having a cold running water tank and springs.

 

Bhagsu waterfall: Bhagsu Waterfall - Situated at walking distance of 1.5 Kms from Hotel Triund, Bhagsu Waterfall is at its pristine glory during monsoon. The view of unsullied water gushing out of the waterfall and the mist emanating from the fall about 20 feet is indeed a delightful experience. It is a marvelous location to live with nature enjoying the Himalayan serene nature and rejuvenating soft but cool breeze.

 

Dal Lake: The name 'Dal Lake' is taken from Kashmir's Dal Lake, Situated at is a small mid-altitude lake near the village of Tota Rani in Kangra district (Himachal Pradesh) in northern India.Situated at a height of 1775m above sea-level, Dal Lake comes under the region of Kangra district, which is 11 km away from Dharamshala. Nestling amidst lush green forests of deodar trees, the Dal Lake is famous for its scenic beauty and pilgrimage center.

 

McleodGanj: The place is one of the most frequented spots in Dharamshala and is famous for its Tibetan culture, handicrafts and temples. The Hanuman Tibba is the highest peak at the height of 5,639 meters above sea level and can be viewed from McLeod Ganj.

 

Naddi village: Naddi view point Situated At 2,000 meters above the sea level and about 1.5 kilometers from Dal Lake a modern picnic spot is developing fast at Naddi village. It is the only place in Dharamshala from where an open view of mountains and wide valleys on Dhauladhars southern side can be seen. It is also a starting point for a trek to Kareri Lake, Guna Temple and Triund.

On this morning after breakfast drive to Palampur where you will visit most heavenly places of Himalaya like Tea gardens, Chamunda Devi temple, Saurabh Van Vihar, Nevgal Khad and Dhauladhar National Park. (May have lunch at good enroute restaurant)  

In late evening come back to hotel and enjoy dinner with a royal Overnight stay at Taragrh Palace hotel

 

Tea gardens:  Palampur is said to be the tea capital of Northern India because of the tea gardens are a major attraction here. As you go for a drive in this hill station you would see tea gardens all around. The lush of greenery and the subtle smell of tea are just what are needed to have a refreshing day. Tea production is done on such a large scale that these tea plantations have found a place in the international maps as well. Regions around Palampur also produce tea in large quantities. Darbari, Bageshwari, Bahar and Malhar are some of the brand names of the tea produced in Palampur.

Chamunda Devi Temple: This temple is located at a distance of 10 km from Palampur and is regarded as a very important religious center. It is said to be one of the 51 Shakti Peethas as the main shrines are those of Goddess Durga and Goddess Chamunda. It is a peaceful place where one can go and meditate with no disturbances. It is believed that this temple was built more than 700 years ago. A kund (pond) placed in the premises of Chamunda Devi Temple is said to have sacred water. Numerous paintings of different Gods and Goddesses are seen on the walls of the temple. This temple also features an Ayurvedic dispensary and a library. The setting of the temple is beautiful in its own way which is surrounded with mountains, rivers and forests.

Saurabh Van Vihar: Named after a brave army officer, Captain Saurabh Kalia, Saurabh Van Vihar is a beautiful garden. This garden is managed by the Himachal Pradesh Forest Department. Over 151 species of herbs can be found in these gardens. It covers an area of 35 acres. Picnic sheds, Children’s Park, Water streams, Health trails, and Open Air Theatre, Bamboosetum and Tiger Hill Bridge help cover the large area the garden stretches across.

Nevgal Khad: Nevgal Khad is located at a distance of just 2 km from the main town. It is a popular attraction of Palampur, popularly known as “Bundla Chasm”. It is a perfect picnic spot with a 300 m wide stream flowing in the region. This spot offers a nice view of the snow-capped Dhauladhar ranges. The surrounding stream becomes serene during the monsoons.

Dhauladhar National Park: This famous National Park is also known as Gopalpur Zoo, Located at a distance of 13 km from Palampur. It is one of the chief attractions that draw attention of wildlife enthusiasts and also the major attractions of the destination. . It was set up by the wildlife department of Himachal Pradesh Government over an area of 30 acres. Tourists visiting the mini zoo situated in the complex can spot animals like leopards, black bears, angora rabbits, Asiatic lion, sambhar, red fox and varieties of deers etc.

After breakfast check out from hotel & proceed to Gaggal Airport/ Chandigarh Airport. Our Cab will drop you to the Airport. Tour ends with sweet memories. 

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