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Delhi to Dharamshala Mcleodganj – An Incredible Tour of India Capital to Dalai Lama's Home with fantastic Triund trekking - Package Overview

Delhi to Dharamshala Mcleodganj – An Incredible Tour of India Capital to Dalai Lama's Home with fantastic Triund trekking

Delhi to Dharamshala Mcleodganj Package: Overview

In this high quality tour you will explore the most admirable destinations named Dharamshala, mcleodganj and Delhi by Holiday Travel India. Delhi is the capital of India which having India’s most serene and humbling sights such as Qutub Minar, Red Fort, India Gate & Lotus Temple. On the other hand Dharamshala is the town due to its picturesque surroundings and the presence of the Dalai Lama's home and it is a place of pilgrimage that attracts Buddhists and tourist from all over the world. It has made the town a superior tourist destination, both for the Indians and the foreign tourists. Where 3 kilometers north of Dharamshala town the looping McLeodGanj is the residence of his incredible views including Triund trekking, camping for fun & adventures.

What is unique in “Delhi to Dharamshala Mcleodganj” Package?

This fantastic 6 days tour of Himalaya package is so unique because Holiday Travel India offers a superior chance to  explore the beauty of Dharamshala which is home of Dalai Lama, Mcleodganj for adventurous Triund trekking and camping and Delhi’s famous Qutub Minar, India Gate and Red Fort. These 3 amazing destinations are popular tourist getaway and perfect for holiday which make must visit spots and  your tour so unique ever.

Top Highlights of the Tour

  • Explore the beauty of Dharamshala and Mcleodganj

  • Splendid visits of Qutub Minar, India Gate, Red Fort and Rashtrapathi Bhavan in Delhi

  • Enjoy breathtaking views of Bhagsu water fall

  • Adventurous trekking and camping of Triund Mcleodganj

  • Visit most popular Cricket Stadium with Scenic views of Dharamshala

  • Artistic views of war memorial and st. John church and Lotus temple

  • Visit the famous Tibetan Monastery Dalai Lama of Himalaya

Delhi to Dharamshala Mcleodganj – An Incredible Tour of India Capital to Dalai Lama's Home with fantastic Triund trekking - Package Rates & Dates
Title Standard Prsice High Season
Apr-01 To May-17
Low Season
Aug-01 To Apr-01
NewYear/Festival Time
4N / 5D Standered hotel
CHD Hotel Chamunda (Dharmsala), OYO Premium Saket (Delhi)
Rs 14300 Rs 17500 Rs 13700 Rs 0
4N / 5D Deluxe Package
Hotel Holiday Hill (Dharamshala), Shanti Home (New Delhi )
Rs 17800 Rs 18600 Rs 17000 Rs 0
4N / 5D Luxury Package
Hotel Inclover (Dharmsala), The Leela Palace (New Delhi )
Rs 24700 Rs 25800 Rs 23600 Rs 0
Delhi to Dharamshala Mcleodganj – An Incredible Tour of India Capital to Dalai Lama's Home with fantastic Triund trekking - Package Inclusion

Delhi to Dharamshala Mcleodganj: Hotels

Meghavan Resorts - Dharmshala  - TA Rank - 3.5 - Certificate of Excellence

Triund – Camping  - TA Rank - 3.5 - Certificate of Excellence

Package Inclusion

  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner

  • 1 Night stay in Delhi

  • 3 Nights accommodation in Dharamshala  in well Furnished room

  • 1 Night Triund Camping

  • Private Taxi (Indigo/ Dzire) from Delhi for 6 days

  • Pickup and Drop from Delhi

  • All Toll taxes, Parking, Driver night hault

  • All Taxes

Package Excusion

  • 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

Delhi to Dharamshala Mcleodganj – An Incredible Tour of India Capital to Dalai Lama's Home with fantastic Triund trekking - Package Itinerary

After reach Delhi our representative will pick you from airport / railway station and transfer to hotel. Check into hotel later have some rest. After lunch you have sufficient time for visit local sightseeing of Delhi which includes Rashtrapathi Bhavan, India Gate, Qutub Minar, Red Fort and  Lotus temple. Overnight stay at hotel and delicious dinner with all possible conveniences.

Today after breakfast you will be drive to Dharamshala which is around 485km and taken 8-9 hours to complete journey. Enroute have lunch at Grand Crysta restaurant then proceed to Dharamshala. Upon arrival check-into hotel and rest of the day free at your leisure. Overnight stay and mouthwatering dinner.

Lunch: In Between your visit you may have lunch at The Grand Crysta restaurant

Dinner: Served at Hotel.


After breakfast visit the local sightseeing of Dharamshala like waterfall, Tibetan monasteries, Bhagsunag, Dalai Lama temple, visit Cricket Stadium, War memorial, St. John Church etc. In between you will have lunch at Punjabi Dhabha. Later in the evening came back to hotel, 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

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Punjabi Dhaba Jogibara Road, McLeod Gunj , Upper Dharamsala,

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel.

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Triund. It is a beautiful walk through mixed forests of deodar oak and rhododendron. Triund is situated on a ridge with a beautiful view of whole Kangra valley on one side and Dhauladhar mountain range on the other. Overnight stay in a tents or private guest houses.

Breakfast& Dinner, Lunch: Served at Camp

On this day after breakfast trek covers 4km one way distance along glacial moraines. Lake Got situated at the snout of a small glacier is the base camp for the shepherds. The small glacier is called snow-line after that back to Mcleodganj.

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed for Delhi. It is around 485 km and takes 8-9 Hours to reach Delhi. In between you will have lunch at Grand Crystal restaurant then proceed to Delhi. Our representative will drop you at Delhi Airport/Railway Station.

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Grand Crystal (Opp - Nirankari bhawan, Railway Rd, Karnal, Haryana 132001

Dinner: Served at Hotel. 

Delhi to Dharamshala Mcleodganj – An Incredible Tour of India Capital to Dalai Lama's Home with fantastic Triund trekking - Package Other Details

Children’s park Delhi

Nehru Planetarium: It was the earlier the official residence of the Prime Minister and now a museum commemorating him. It was set up with the vision of promoting astronomy education.

Toilet Museum: This lovely museum is sure to be attracted with the kid, showcasing the evolution of toilets since 2500 BC. It was started with the aim to highlight the need of proper toilets and sanitation in the country and has won many awards, at home and abroad. It has exhibits from 50 countries, demarcated into ancient, medieval and the modern era.

Fun n Food Village: Fun n Food Village is a place definitely made for fun and a water park is so good enough for the kids.  It has the longest water slide of over 400 ft, making it the perfect way to cool off in the hot summer. Adventure rides, cultural programs and performances make it one of the best places to have fun in Delhi.

Kingdom of Dreams: Kingdom of Dreams was started in 2009 and ever since has had a strong crowd going there every day. With each state of India being represented for its art, craft, food and other specialties, it’s a pan-India experience under one roof. The shows have music, dance, acrobatics that will cater to the fancies of children and then child within adults too.

National Rail Museum: in Chanakyapuri is the railway museum in the centre of Delhi that showcasing the history of one of the oldest modes of transportation of our country. It has over 100 exhibits of real-size Indian rails. Antique furniture, literature to supplement the history of the railway is also present. There’s also a toy-train in which visitors can take a ride along the premises of the museum.

National Zoological Park: The National Zoological Park is spread a 176 acre sprawling property of wildlife in vast enclosures. A lot of schools take trips here to educate students about the flora and fauna. There are battery operated scooters that one can take to go around or even walk the distance. White tigers, bears, black bucks, emus and many more animals are here in comfortable environments.

Worlds of Wonder: Worlds of Wonder is north India’s largest amusement and water park which is Located in Noida. Boating, rain dance and a video game arcade are just some of the attractions in addition to the rides here and you can also have your birthday party here.

 National Science Centre: Established in 1992 the National Science Centre is a science museum located in Delhi. It’s definitely a treat for all those kids who love science and even for those who don’t! There are several lectures, exhibitions and competitions that are held here apart from the regular exhibits like heritage and dinosaurs, science games, activities, human biology, fun science library.

Hotels in New Delhi India

5 – Star hotel in New Delhi India

The Leela Palace New Delhi - TA rating 5.0 – certified in excellence

4 – Star hotel in New Delhi India

Shanti Home - TA rating 4.5 - certified in excellence

3 – Star hotel in New Delhi India

 OYO Premium Saket Metro Station - TA rating 4.5 - certified in excellence

New Delhi to airport distance

Distance between New Delhi Railway Station and Indira Gandhi International Airport Terminal 1d is 16 kms or 9.9 miles or 8.6 nautical miles

Temperature in Delhi India

Winter: The Winter starts in late November or early December and peaks in January, with average temperatures around 12–13 °C (54–55 °F). Although winters are generally mild, Delhi's proximity to the Himalayas results in cold waves leading to lower apparent temperature due to wind chill. Delhi is notorious for its heavy fogs during the winter season.

Summers: The Summers start in early April and peak in May, with average temperatures near 32 °C although occasional heat waves can result in highs close to 45 °C (114 °F) on some days and therefore higher apparent temperature.

Monsoon: The monsoon starts in late June and lasts until mid-September, with about 797.3 mm of rain. The average temperatures are around 29 °C (85 °F), although they can vary from around 25 °C (78 °F) on rainy days to 32 °C (99 °F) during dry spells. The monsoons recede in late September, and the post-monsoon season continues till late October, with average temperatures sliding from 29 °C (85 °F) to 21 °C (71 °F).

Delhi to Dharamshala taxi

The distance between Delhi and Dharamshala is 475 kms and required time is 9 - 10 hrs.

You may choose to hire a cab/ taxi to Dharamshala from Delhi city, railway station or airport. You can book a taxi like Indica, Micra, Indigo, Dzire, Etios, Innova, Tempo Traveller and luxury cars for your weekend getaway, holiday destination, honeymoon, family outing, pilgrimage etc. You can check the taxi fare and estimated cab cost for Delhi to Dharamshala trip.

Sights in Delhi

Qutub Minar:  Qutub Minar is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and the tallest minaret in India. This splendid Minar is an excellent example of Afghan Architecture. The Minar is 72.5mts high victory tower, the construction of which began in the final year of twelth century by Qutubuddin Aibak and was later completed by his successor. Construction of Qutub Minar was started in 1192 by Qutub-ud-din Aibak, his successor Iltutmush added 3 more sections and Firoz Shah Tughlak added two more sections in 1368. The 72.5 meter tall minaret is built of red sandstone and marble, this victory tower was used as a watch tower.

India Gate: India Gate was built in 1931 as a war memorial for the 90,000 soldiers of the British Indian Army who lost their lives in World War I and the 3rd Anglo-Afghan War. The names of the soldiers are engraved all over the gate. Post Independence India Gate is the Indian Army’s monument for the Unknown Soldier – known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.

Red Fort: Red Fort or Lal Kila was built by Emperor Shahjahan in 1638 and the transfer of the Capital of Mughal Empire from Agra to Delhi. The Red Fort with 13 gates extends to 2 kms, with walls ranging from a height of 18 feet facing the river Yamuna to 33 feet facing the city of Delhi. The walls of the Red Fort are built from the red sandstone – thus acquiring its name Lal Kila or Red Fort.

Lotus Temple:  Lotus temple is a huge attraction in Delhi that is and made in a flower-like shape which is open to all religion.  This brilliant temple completed in 1986 and it has won numerous architectural awards which been featured in hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles.. The Bahai's temples emphasize that the holy scriptures of the Bahai’s faith and other religions can be read or chanted inside in any language. The Bahai's House of Worship in Delhi has attracted millions visitors and made it one of the most visited spot in the world.  

Humayun’s Tomb: Humayun’s tomb was built in the center of fours parts of a quadrilateral garden known as the Char Bagh Garde. It was the largest garden in Asia at the time covering an area of 30 acres.  This was the first Persian architecture building with surrounding gardens to come up during the Mughal era and marked the beginning of building large exquisite tombs for the erstwhile emperors. This gave birth to Indo-Islamic architecture which is dominant in the architecture of the Mughal era.

Rashtrapathi Bhavan : It was built by the British in India as the official residence of the Viceroy of India and was completed in 1929. Rashtrapathi Bhavan has 340 rooms, 37 salons, 74 lobbies, 18 staircases, 37 fountains and is built on a 320 acres plot including Mughal Gardens and staff quarters. It is the official residence of the President of India

Other attractions of Dharamshala

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

Cricket Stadium: The famous tourist location in Dharmshal is Criccket 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.

Dalai Lama: The one of the holy place in Dharmshla is Dalai Lama Temple. The temple complex is kept open from sunrise to sunset for the visitors to explore the peaceful ambiance of the surroundings. During the morning hours visitors can participate in the prayers as the monks chant and meditate. You can join local residents for a meditative walk around the temple/monastery complex.

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.

 Triund valley

Triund Located about 10 kilometres from the bustling city of McLeodganj, it is a spectacular ridge with mighty Dhauladhar range and the most popular trekking trail in Dharamshala. Triund offers excellent panoramic views of the Dhauladhars along every bend of its trail. There are  grassy meadows where the trek ends, the clouds descend to give you company and the view is absolutely spectacular.

Triund makes for an attractive trekking destination, with well-defined forest trails and breath-taking views of the entire Kangra valley. The view of the evening sky from Triund is a good enough reason to pitch a tent here for the night.

Current Mcleodganj Tourist Places

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 Dharamsala.

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.

Naddi View Point: Naddi is a small village in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. The Village is very scenic and is just 3 or 4 kilometers away from Mcleod Ganj, the headquarters of the Tibetan government in Exile. There are several points like Sunset point, Eco point and View Point. The sunset point really does offer beautiful sunset views. From the View point one can see the whole of the Dhauladhar mountain ranges.

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 Drepungmonastery, 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 Dharmshala. Museum is still in infancy but now the collection is incresead to 1500 art object comprising miniature paintings, textiles, sculptures, jewellery, coins and objects of cultural anthropology.

Adventure activities in Mcleodganj

Trekking spots: There are a numbers of places to trekking here at Mcleodganj such as Indrahar Pass Trek, Kangra Valley Trek, Triund Trek, and Trekking from Mcleodganj to Guna Devi. These are the most popular trekking places with their spell bounded and scenic views.

Yoga: Yoga also offers you an opportunity to relax and seek mental solace. Combined with Yoga sessions, will introduce you to the celestial beauty that dwells in this vicinity, and will also help you in attaining peace of mind and soul triund hills, kangra hills.

Hiking at Bhagsu Nag: This is a small village to the east of McLeodganj. Known for its Shiv temple and spectacular views, it is also the starting point for a short but steep hike going up to Bhagsu Nag waterfall. The hike will be guided by a well-trained local hiker

Camping and off roading : Camping is best option for visitors at Triund ,kangra hills  and near kareri lake with their eye catching views of Mcleodganj with offering off roading adventures.

Cave Exploration: One can enjoy the beauty of Lahesh Caves in addition and discover the natural beauty and the fascinating charm of the high Indrahar Pass. The trekkers will also enjoy camping around the Lahesh Caves on their way. The panoramic views of Dhauladhar and other Himalayan peaks are the add-ons of this astounding trek

Cycling in Kangra Valley: The Kangra valley is located in the winsome state of Himachal Pradesh that is one of the nature prides of India. A path that makes you zip through Chirr pine forests, winding streets, jeep tracks and charming Buddhist areas that are steeped in serenity. The cycling in Kangra Valley extravaganza also makes you push your boundaries as you take on altitudes of 1300m or 4940ft. A 260 km circuit entailing uphill and downhill trails and some flat stretches adds to the glee of the experience.

Lake Visiting of Kareri : Visit the magical Kareri Lake and village which are one of the high altitude lakes in the world. This small yet fascinating water reservoir is also a striking feature of this trek.

Day Trip to Mcleod Ganj: day trip to McLeod Ganj in Dharmashala where you will see a large group of Tibetan people. The place is famous for the temples, Tibetan model leisure centers, waterfalls etc.

Rock Climbing: The climbers must be physically fit to take the tedious but enjoyable climb.” Steep rocks on Mcleodganj, Bhagsu, Ghanjar Mahadev, Indrunag are also popular for climbing.

Triund best time to visit

During The months of May-June and September-October the best time to visit this place as it is very pleasant here. It can get pretty chilly here in winters and the summer season is a great time to come here to escape the scorching heat of the cities. If you are looking to trek in snow, which is more difficult, but way prettier, then you can think of trekking in January-March is the best option.

Dalai Lama temple Dharamsala

The Dalai Lama Temple is a beautiful and peaceful place located in Upper Dharamshala, just a short walk away from the McleodGanj Bus Stand. The temple is decorated with the colorful prayer flags; it’s perfect for long serene walks, or early morning meditation with chanting monks.

Dharamshala nearest railway station

  • Pathankot - 64.17 Kms

  • Amb Andaura - 64.23 Km.

  • Sujanpur - 67.57 Kms

  • Mirthal - 68.37 Kms

  • Madhopur Punjab - 70.21 Kms

  • Kathua - 75.35 Kms

  • Chakki bank - 64.78 Kms (Major Railway Stations)

  • Mukerian - 73.68 Kms (Major Railway Stations)

How to reach Dharamshala

By air: Dharamshala airport is well connected with daily flights from different parts of India. The nearest airport is at Gaggal, about 13 kilometres away from Dharamshala. Flights to Dharamshala operate with cheap rates during the off season.

 By Train: The Pathankot railway station is the important railway station is located 85 kilometres from Dharamshala. The nearest station is Kangra, at a distance of 14 kilometres from Dharamshala, (Doesn’t have major train stops). One of the popular Dharamshala trains is Kangra Valley Rail Passenger which has stops in Kangra railway station.

By road: Most buses stop at the main bus terminal in Lower Dharamshala. State government and private buses offer daily services from various parts of India Dharamshala is well-connected to other parts of India by a road network.

By Cab: Dharamshala by road is the best option for travel. The advantage of travelling to Dharamshala by car is that the vehicle can be stopped anytime and anywhere as desired.

Best Time to Visit Dharamshala

Dharamsala can be visited throughout the year, but tourists mainly prefer to explore the beauty of this place in summers during the months of March to June and September to October.

Dharamshala Climate

Winter (October-March): The temperature in winters remains between 4 and 7 degrees Celsius. Snowfall begins from the end of December and continues until February.

Summer (April-June): The temperature in summers ranges between 20 and 35 degrees Celcius. The temperature begins to rise and snow begins to fade away in the month of April.

Monsoon (July-September): The temperature ranges from 18 to 22 degrees Celsius during monsoon. This season continues month of July to September and due to rain showers, it is not considered the best time to visit Dharamshala.

Camping at Triund

Now a days , Accommodation is available in the Triund at many places on the high ridge along with sleeping bags and food. These accommodation include private tents, Ibex guest house perched on high altitude, Government rest house of Forest Department etc. Problem with Guest house is that the same needs to be booked in advance and Government guest house does not accept Wilkins, they wait up to 5 PM in the evening, only then they allow welkins. There had been instances of peons admitting visitors based on even without booking. The best options is to stay in other accommodations for better service and hospitality..

Many trackers just walk in to the Triund and get adjusted at various accommodations in Triund. Average price for per night at Triund Accommodation is including meals, sleeping bag and food.