Star gazing spots around Dharamshala

Dharamshala, in the Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh, is a lovely picturesque place to visit. Tourists from all over the world flock to the town to experience its spectacular natural beauty. Stargazing is a popular pastime in Dharamshala. Several locations around town provide a pristine view of the night sky, making this a fantastic destination for astronomy buffs. The best places to go stargazing around Dharamshala are going to be investigated in this blog post. 

Triund Hill- Located not far from Dharamshala, is a popular activity due to the breathtaking views it provides of the surrounding area, especially the night sky. At an elevation of 2,875 metres above sea level, the hill provides a pristine backdrop for gazing at the stars. Enjoy the splendour of nature and the excitement of astronomy by taking a trek to Triund Hill. Our resort in Palampur is convenient to Triund Hill, so you may relax there after a day of hiking. Staying at our resort is a pleasant experience, as all of the rooms are spacious and feature contemporary conveniences.

McLeod Ganj- 

Known for its rich cultural heritage and breathtaking natural scenery, the bustling town of McLeod Ganj can be found not far from Dharamshala. You may obtain a clear view of the night sky from the Bhagsu Nag Temple, making this town ideal for stargazing. Temple is atop a hill, providing unobstructed views of the night sky. You can return to our Palampur resort, which is adjacent to McLeod Ganj, after a night of stargazing in the area. The rooms at our resort are spacious and include all the conveniences of home.

Kareri Lake- A beautiful mountain lake not far from Dharamshala. The lake’s tranquil setting is enhanced by its proximity to the surrounding mountains. Stargazing at Kareri Lake is unlike any other, thanks to the magnificent night sky above the water. Our Palampur resort is convenient to Kareri Lake, where you may relax after a night of astronomy. Staying at our resort is a pleasant experience, as all of the rooms are spacious and feature contemporary conveniences.

Spend some quality time with your loved ones while relaxing in the tranquil Bhagsu Valley and taking in the night sky. Nature, the hills, the waterfall, the food, and the people are what you should fall in love with the most. You really can’t appreciate the magnificence of Bhagsu’s camping until you’ve done it yourself.

Indrahar Pass- A high mountain pass not far from Dharamshala, is perfect for trekkers and stargazers. The breathtaking alpine scenery enhances the beauty of stargazing at the pass. Going on a trek to Indrahar Pass is an excellent chance to see breathtaking scenery and feel the excitement of stargazing. Our resort in Palampur is conveniently positioned near Indrahar Pass, so you may rest your weary feet after a day of hiking and stargazing. Staying at our resort is a pleasant experience, as all of the rooms are spacious and feature contemporary conveniences.

Why is Palampur so famous?

Palampur, a hill station also known as the tea centre of Northern India, is well-known for its exquisite paddy fields, fragrant tea gardens, colonial-era architecture, and stunning temples. You can stay at our Resort in Palampur and enjoy this scenic tea plantations.

Who started India’s first tea plantation?

To break the Chinese production monopoly, the British people brought tea to India in the nineteenth century. The first place to be planted was the mountainous area surrounding the Himalayan foothill city of Darjeeling in the 1850s.

What was Palampur’s previous name?

16 km away from Palampur is Kirgrama Baijnath. One of the most notable structures in the Kangra region is the Shiva temple at Baijnath. This town’s original name was “Kirgrama.”

In which state is Kangra Tea grown?

Famous palampur tea gardens can be seen in the Himachal Pradesh state of Palampur and in the Kangra region.
A green hill town and municipal council, Palampur is encircled by tea gardens and pine woods before they merge with the Dhauladhar ranges in the Himachal Pradesh state of India. It is located in the Kangra Valley.