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Palampur Tourism Holidays - A colonial architecture temple & Bir billing - Paragliding capital of India

 

Palampur Tourism Holidays – Overview

Holiday Travel India presents India’s most scenic places in which you will meet top 4 most visiting places of Himalaya named Palampur, Bir Billing and Dharamshala. The wondering Palampur well known as green hill station of Himachal Pradesh surrounded by beautiful tea gardens and pine forests with stunning Dhauladhar ranges having fine location & healthy climate. Where bir- billing is well-known for paragliding and adventure sports and Dharamshala is good enough for their picturesque locations.

Package start from Amritsar and take you to Dharamshala, Palampur & Bir Billing and  you will cover all major attractions as per mention in the itinerary.

 

What is unique in “Palampur Tourism Holidays” package?

This excellent package is so unique because of their wondering destinations includes a very gorgeous Palampur which is famous for their architecture temples such as Baijnath temple, Bir is famous for Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and a large stupa while billing is the best place for paragliding &  for other adventure activities. On the other hand Dharamshala is well known for its world famous HPCA Cricket stadium which is perched on the high slopes in the upper reaches of Kangra valley. This is the perfect combination of precious holiday by enjoying lots of fun and adventurous activities in a pure and picture perfect place of Himalaya.

 

Palampur Tourism Holidays – Highlights

  • Enjoy heavenly views of Palampur, Kangra velley and Bir - Billing

  • Visit graceful HPCA Cricket stadium, Bhagsu Waterfall

  • Take pleasure of ravishing tea gardens, Sobha Singh's Art Gallery

  • Artistic temples of Birni Devi, Baijnath temple, Jakhani Mata and Bundlamata Temple

  • Grab Charming beauty of Dhauladhar National Park

  • Alluring places of Tibetan monasteries of Dalai Lama and St. John Church  


Palampur Tourism Holidays - A colonial architecture temple & Bir billing - Paragliding capital of India - Rates & Dates


 

Inclusions

  • 6 nights accommodation on twin sharing basis

  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner

  • Private Taxi (swift dzire) from Chandigarh for 6 day

  • Pickup and Drop from Chandigarh

  • All Toll taxes, Parking, Driver night hault

All Taxes

 

Exclusion

  • Lunch is not including 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


Palampur Tourism Holidays - A colonial architecture temple & Bir billing - Paragliding capital of India - Itinerary

Pick up from Amritsar Airport / Railway station and then you will drive to Dharamshala. After 4:30 hrs of journey check into hotel later visit for local sightseeing of Dharamshala which includes nearby shopping  places and you may stroll for a while. Overnight stay at hotel and delicious dinner with all possible conveniences.

 

In morning after breakfast check out from hotel and visit the famous sightseeing of Dharamshala. Firstly you will visit some local sightseeing like waterfall  Tibetan monasteries, Bhagsunag, Dalai Lama temple, visit Cricket Stadium, War memorial, St. John Church, etc. In evening come back to hotel have Dinner and overnight stay in hotel.

Bhagsu Waterfall: Bhagsu Falls is a beautiful waterfall, situated in the small village of Bhagsu, behind the Bhagsunath Temple. During monsoon, this waterfalls turns into a 30 ft cascade, alongside a mountain that features slate graffiti.

Tibetan monasteries: The Tibet Oral History Project (TOHP) aims to preserve the history and culture of the Tibetan people. As advised by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, we record the life experiences of Tibetan elders who were forced to flee their homeland following the Chinese invasion

Visit Cricket Stadium: HPCA Cricket stadium set against the backdrop of the dramatic snow clad mountains is perched on the high slopes in the upper reaches of Kangra valley. The famous tourist location in Dharamshala is Cricket Stadium. cricket Stadium (DCS), an internationally renowned stadium, is the home ground of Himachal Pradesh State cricket team. Few international and Ranji cricket matches are held here on annual basis

St. John church: The famous place in Dharamshala is st. John Church. It is an Anglican Church which is dedicated to Saint John. This is one of the ancient church in Dharamshala

 

On this fresh morning after breakfast proceed to Palampur which is 36 km far from Dharamshala. After 1.30 hours of drive you will reached palampur and check into hotel. After post lunch you have sufficient time for visit local sightseeing of  Palampur like Tea Gardens, Saurabh Van Vihar, and Baijnath Shiva temple.and after that In evening Come back to hotel, have Dinner with comfortable overnight stay.

 

Tea Gardens:- Palampur is green hill station Palampur, also known as the 'Tea Capital of North India', 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. Here, 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.

 

Saurabh Van Vihar:- Saurabh Van Vihar is dedicated to Indian Army martyr Capt. Saurabh Kalia, who lost his life during the Kargil War in 1999 Saurabh Van Vihar is at a distance of about 4kms from Palampur. Overlooking the mighty Dhauladhar Range, the beauty of this nature park is enhanced with the different varieties of plants and trees. The park also shelters a sizable population of birds' species, which further adds to its charm.

 

Baijnath Shiva temple:- Baijnath is famous for its 13th-century temple. The temple attracts a large number of tourists and pilgrims from all over India and abroad throughout the year. Special prayers are offered in the morning and evening every day besides on special occasions and during festive seasons.

 

Dhauladhar National Park:- amazing mountains. Just a few hundred Kms always from the sweltering heat of Delhi. The mountains are so inviting. They seem as a wall following or preceding us all the time. The weather suddenly changes and the veritable nip in the air was really there in the middle of the hot Indian summer! The range is inviting and beautiful. Dhauladhar National Park, also known as Gopalpur Zoo, is one of the chief attractions that draw attention of wildlife enthusiasts. Located at a distance of 13 km from Palampur, this national park is one of the major attractions of the destination.

 

 

After breakfast you will visit for some other popular sightseeing of Palampur like Sobha Singh's Art Gallery, Jakhani Mata temple, Tashi Jong Buddhist Monastery, Andretta Artists' VIllage, Neugal Khad, Birni Devi Temple, Bundlamata Temple,

Sobha Singh's Art Gallery: 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).

 

Jakhani Mata:- Jakhani mata temple is situated at chandpur village in kangra distt. this temple is dedicated to Devi latti Jakhani.The temple is located at a vantage point, from where the view of the Dhauladhar range, the valley and the rural human settlements is simply spectacular.

 

Neugal Khad:- The panoramic view of the Dhauladhar Range from Neugal Khad is commendable; the mountains in a distance can be seen clad with snow; which makes the view even more pleasing. The major attraction apart from the stream is the massive iron bridge. Those interested in photography have the good opportunity to capture the beauty of this colossal bridge and the surrounding landscape. Apart from photography, walking along the pebbled path of Neugal Khad is ideal

 

Birni Devi Temple:- Birni Devi Temple is a popular shrine in Palampur. The temple can be reached via Lohna, Upper Bundla and Gallu Langha. From Gallu Langha, there is a moderate trek for Birni Devi Temple, which takes from 3hrs to 5hrs to complete.The entire Palampur can be seen from here and with the help of a binocular, Baijnath town is also visible from here.

 

Bundlamata Temple:- Bundlamata Temple is one of the popular Hindu Shrines located in the ambit of the township in Kangra district.  One of the holiest sites in the region, the temple is believed to have been constructed five centuries ago.

 

 

Today after breakfast drive to visit  Andretta, Bir, Billing (Do some adventure activities like paragliding on direct payment basic) in evening come back to hotel Dinner and overnight stay in hotel.

Andretta : located  at 13 km. from town 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.

Bir: Bir is a village located in the west of Joginder Nagar Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh in northern India. Bir is a noted centre for ecotourism, spiritual studies and meditation

Billing: Billing is located 70 km. from Dharamshala and is a Paragliding destination in the heart of Himalaya’s near famous tourist destination Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh. Billing provides the option of Paragliding, Trekking to Himachali tribal villages, Mountain Biking, Angling and Camping. Basically it is situated north of Bir at the distance of 14 km. on the way to the Thamsar Pass trek.

Today after breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Amritsar. Our Representative will drop you at Amritsar Airport/Railway Station.



How to reach Palampur

Palampur is accessible from Dharamsala which is connected to Delhi and it has easy road, rail and air connectivity with the rest of India and the world. One can reach the Palampur

By Road: Palampur is well connected to most neighboring regions and important places in Himachal Pradesh by road. State and private buses ply regularly from Pathankot, Dharamshala, etc .to Palampur. HRTC buses also connect Delhi to Palampur by road.

 By Train: Pathankot is the nearest railhead at a distance of 120 km. Trains from Ahmedabad, Bhatinda, Delhi, Jammu etc. run regularly to Pathankot. Taxis are available from Pathankot to reach Palampur.

By Air: the nearest airport is Gaggal airport in Dharamsala at a distance of 40 km. Get Flights from Chandigarh, Delhi and Kullu operate to Gaggal airport.

 

Tourist places near palampur

Chamunda devi temple: This temple is dedicated to Goddess Chamunda, offers enchanting views of the Dhauladhar mountains. The Baner Khud which flows alongside the temple, and the Pathian and Lahla forests. Situated in Jadrangal village in Kangra area, the temple is located on the right bank of Baner Khad  which is a tributary of Beas river.

 

Tashi jong monastery: Tashi Jong in Tibetan means 'Auspicious Valley'. It is  a Buddhist spiritual monument, placed in the monastery along with a wide variety of Tibetan artifacts, paintings and other magnificent articles. The roof of the monastery is curved, mounted with red-golden colored ornamentation which looks like prayer flags. The walls are adorned with paintings, representing the different facets of Tibetan art and culture.

 

Brijeshwari Temple: 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.

 

Pong Lake Sanctuary: 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. A true paradise for bird watchers and the place for calm and relaxed.

 

Andretta : Located at a distance of 13 km from the palamopur  and it was home to the famous artist, Sardar Shobha Singh and 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.

 

Palampur to manali 

Palampur is located in India at the longitude of 76.53 and latitude of 32.12. Manali is located in India at the longitude of 77.17 and latitude of 32.27

The driving distance between Palampur and Manali is 200 km and the aerial distance from Palampur to Manali is 63 km

There are no direct flights or trains or buses between Manali to Palampur.The convenient and fastest way to reach from Manali to Palampur is to take a taxi from Manali to Palampur.The cheapest way to reach Palampur from Manali is to take a taxi from Manali to Mandi then take State Transport Bus from Mandi to Palampur.

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Places to visit in Palampur

Sobha Singh's Art Gallery: 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).

 

Jakhani Mata: Jakhani mata temple is situated at chandpur village in kangra distt. this temple is dedicated to Devi latti Jakhani.The temple is located at a vantage point, from where the view of the Dhauladhar range, the valley and the rural human settlements is simply spectacular.

 

Neugal Khad: The panoramic view of the Dhauladhar Range from Neugal Khad is commendable; the mountains in a distance can be seen clad with snow; which makes the view even more pleasing. The major attraction apart from the stream is the massive iron bridge. Those interested in photography have the good opportunity to capture the beauty of this colossal bridge and the surrounding landscape. Apart from photography, walking along the pebbled path of Neugal Khad is ideal.

 

Birni Devi Temple: Birni Devi Temple is a popular shrine in Palampur. The temple can be reached via Lohna, Upper Bundla and Gallu Langha. From Gallu Langha, there is a moderate trek for Birni Devi Temple, which takes from 3hrs to 5hrs to complete.The entire Palampur can be seen from here and with the help of a binocular, Baijnath town is also visible from here.

 

Tea Gardens: Palampur is green hill station Palampur, also known as the 'Tea Capital of North India', 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. Here, 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.

 

Saurabh Van Vihar: Saurabh Van Vihar is dedicated to Indian Army martyr Capt. Saurabh Kalia, who lost his life during the Kargil War in 1999 Saurabh Van Vihar is at a distance of about 4kms from Palampur. Overlooking the mighty Dhauladhar Range, the beauty of this nature park is enhanced with the different varieties of plants and trees. The park also shelters a sizable population of birds' species, which further adds to its charm.

 

Baijnath Shiva temple: Baijnath is famous for its 13th-century temple. The temple attracts a large number of tourists and pilgrims from all over India and abroad throughout the year. Special prayers are offered in the morning and evening every day besides on special occasions and during festive seasons.

 

Dhauladhar National Park: 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, S?mbhar, red fox and wild deer’s can be spotted in the zoo.

 

Bundlamata Temple: Bundlamata Temple is one of the popular Hindu Shrines located in the ambit of the township in Kangra district.  One of the holiest sites in the region, the temple is believed to have been constructed five centuries ago.

 

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.

 

Best time to visit Palampur

The best time to visit Palampur is in the summer from March to June when the temperatures are cool and very pleasant. The daytime temperature can be about 30 degrees Celsius but the nights are very favorable.

 

Palampur resorts

The Nagri Resort

TA rating - 4.5 – certified in excellence

Location: Kloond Road,Village Bhaled, Palampur, Himachal Pradesh 176059

 

Hotel Tea Bud

TA rating - 4.0 – certified in excellence

Location: Lohna, Palampur, Himachal Pradesh 176061

 

Hotel Vishal Residency

TA rating - 4.5 – certified in excellence

Location: Dharamshala Road, Kangra Valley, Palampur, Himachal Pradesh 176061

 

Dhauladhar Trek

Dhauladhar trek, lies on its southern spur in above the Kangra Valley, which divides it from Chamba. The highest peak in the range is the Hanuman ji Ka Tiba, or 'White Mountain', about 5,639 m or 18,500 ft high. There are several peaks which are close to 5,180 m (17,000 ft).

This is a beautiful remote locations and village surrounding the Dhauladhar ranges where one can view the flora and fauna and observe various village lives. You will be walking in the foothills of Dhauladhar Mountains and passing through several remote tribal villages. We make few visits to the family houses in the villages and get to know the local culture and tradition. Dhaualadhar are themselves a mountain range quite apart from any other mountain range in the Himalayas. It is the outer most part of Himalayas. The rock faces of this granite range are so sharply cut that they fail to hold snow for long as a result you see snow in the gullies and on top. During the trek we walk through many Gaddi tribal villages. Gaddi is a semi nomadic shepherd tribe whose main occupation is agriculture and rearing of sheep and goat. Excellent moderate trek to the Dhauladhar at Dharamshala''

Moderate trek (Highest Altitude: 3500 m)

Day 01: Mc Leodganj - Kareri Village (13 kms trek)

Day 02: Kareri Village - Kareri Lake (14 kms trek)

Day 03: Kareri lake - Bagga (12 kms trek)

Day 04: Bagga - Rawa Village (12 kms trek)

Day 05: Rawa Village - Guna Devi (12 kms trek)

Day 06: Guna Devi - Triund (13 kms trek)

Day 07: Triund - Laka Got - Triund (10 kms trek)

Day 08: Triund - Mc Leodganj (10 kms trek)

 

Bundla tea estate Palampur

Palampur is famous for its beautiful tea gardens which are spread in the entire Palampur area. Palampur is produced the highest tea production of Himachal Pradesh in which Bundla tea estate is so popular here.

Bundla Tea Estate located at 2 km from the town of palampur. This is one of the most beautiful tea estates of Palampur, which covers Bundla, Aima and Lohna Panchayat. The road to Neugal Cafe from the town leads from this estate. The lush green tea gardens are at its best in the monsoon. People can be seen plucking tea from April till October. The old Bundla Tea Estate complex, which is over 200 years old can be seen from the road.

 

Inclusions

  • 6 nights accommodation on twin sharing basis

  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner

  • Private Taxi (swift dzire) from Chandigarh for 6 day

  • Pickup and Drop from Chandigarh

  • All Toll taxes, Parking, Driver night hault

All Taxes

 

Exclusion

  • Lunch is not including 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

Palampur Tourism Holidays - A colonial architecture temple & Bir billing - Paragliding capital of India - Itinerary

Pick up from Amritsar Airport / Railway station and then you will drive to Dharamshala. After 4:30 hrs of journey check into hotel later visit for local sightseeing of Dharamshala which includes nearby shopping  places and you may stroll for a while. Overnight stay at hotel and delicious dinner with all possible conveniences.

 

In morning after breakfast check out from hotel and visit the famous sightseeing of Dharamshala. Firstly you will visit some local sightseeing like waterfall  Tibetan monasteries, Bhagsunag, Dalai Lama temple, visit Cricket Stadium, War memorial, St. John Church, etc. In evening come back to hotel have Dinner and overnight stay in hotel.

Bhagsu Waterfall: Bhagsu Falls is a beautiful waterfall, situated in the small village of Bhagsu, behind the Bhagsunath Temple. During monsoon, this waterfalls turns into a 30 ft cascade, alongside a mountain that features slate graffiti.

Tibetan monasteries: The Tibet Oral History Project (TOHP) aims to preserve the history and culture of the Tibetan people. As advised by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, we record the life experiences of Tibetan elders who were forced to flee their homeland following the Chinese invasion

Visit Cricket Stadium: HPCA Cricket stadium set against the backdrop of the dramatic snow clad mountains is perched on the high slopes in the upper reaches of Kangra valley. The famous tourist location in Dharamshala is Cricket Stadium. cricket Stadium (DCS), an internationally renowned stadium, is the home ground of Himachal Pradesh State cricket team. Few international and Ranji cricket matches are held here on annual basis

St. John church: The famous place in Dharamshala is st. John Church. It is an Anglican Church which is dedicated to Saint John. This is one of the ancient church in Dharamshala

 

On this fresh morning after breakfast proceed to Palampur which is 36 km far from Dharamshala. After 1.30 hours of drive you will reached palampur and check into hotel. After post lunch you have sufficient time for visit local sightseeing of  Palampur like Tea Gardens, Saurabh Van Vihar, and Baijnath Shiva temple.and after that In evening Come back to hotel, have Dinner with comfortable overnight stay.

 

Tea Gardens:- Palampur is green hill station Palampur, also known as the 'Tea Capital of North India', 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. Here, 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.

 

Saurabh Van Vihar:- Saurabh Van Vihar is dedicated to Indian Army martyr Capt. Saurabh Kalia, who lost his life during the Kargil War in 1999 Saurabh Van Vihar is at a distance of about 4kms from Palampur. Overlooking the mighty Dhauladhar Range, the beauty of this nature park is enhanced with the different varieties of plants and trees. The park also shelters a sizable population of birds' species, which further adds to its charm.

 

Baijnath Shiva temple:- Baijnath is famous for its 13th-century temple. The temple attracts a large number of tourists and pilgrims from all over India and abroad throughout the year. Special prayers are offered in the morning and evening every day besides on special occasions and during festive seasons.

 

Dhauladhar National Park:- amazing mountains. Just a few hundred Kms always from the sweltering heat of Delhi. The mountains are so inviting. They seem as a wall following or preceding us all the time. The weather suddenly changes and the veritable nip in the air was really there in the middle of the hot Indian summer! The range is inviting and beautiful. Dhauladhar National Park, also known as Gopalpur Zoo, is one of the chief attractions that draw attention of wildlife enthusiasts. Located at a distance of 13 km from Palampur, this national park is one of the major attractions of the destination.

 

 

After breakfast you will visit for some other popular sightseeing of Palampur like Sobha Singh's Art Gallery, Jakhani Mata temple, Tashi Jong Buddhist Monastery, Andretta Artists' VIllage, Neugal Khad, Birni Devi Temple, Bundlamata Temple,

Sobha Singh's Art Gallery: 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).

 

Jakhani Mata:- Jakhani mata temple is situated at chandpur village in kangra distt. this temple is dedicated to Devi latti Jakhani.The temple is located at a vantage point, from where the view of the Dhauladhar range, the valley and the rural human settlements is simply spectacular.

 

Neugal Khad:- The panoramic view of the Dhauladhar Range from Neugal Khad is commendable; the mountains in a distance can be seen clad with snow; which makes the view even more pleasing. The major attraction apart from the stream is the massive iron bridge. Those interested in photography have the good opportunity to capture the beauty of this colossal bridge and the surrounding landscape. Apart from photography, walking along the pebbled path of Neugal Khad is ideal

 

Birni Devi Temple:- Birni Devi Temple is a popular shrine in Palampur. The temple can be reached via Lohna, Upper Bundla and Gallu Langha. From Gallu Langha, there is a moderate trek for Birni Devi Temple, which takes from 3hrs to 5hrs to complete.The entire Palampur can be seen from here and with the help of a binocular, Baijnath town is also visible from here.

 

Bundlamata Temple:- Bundlamata Temple is one of the popular Hindu Shrines located in the ambit of the township in Kangra district.  One of the holiest sites in the region, the temple is believed to have been constructed five centuries ago.

 

 

Today after breakfast drive to visit  Andretta, Bir, Billing (Do some adventure activities like paragliding on direct payment basic) in evening come back to hotel Dinner and overnight stay in hotel.

Andretta : located  at 13 km. from town 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.

Bir: Bir is a village located in the west of Joginder Nagar Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh in northern India. Bir is a noted centre for ecotourism, spiritual studies and meditation

Billing: Billing is located 70 km. from Dharamshala and is a Paragliding destination in the heart of Himalaya’s near famous tourist destination Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh. Billing provides the option of Paragliding, Trekking to Himachali tribal villages, Mountain Biking, Angling and Camping. Basically it is situated north of Bir at the distance of 14 km. on the way to the Thamsar Pass trek.

Today after breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Amritsar. Our Representative will drop you at Amritsar Airport/Railway Station.

Palampur Tourism Holidays - A colonial architecture temple & Bir billing - Paragliding capital of India - Rates & Dates

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