Dharamshala and Mcleodganj Itinerary – 2 Nights and 3 Days

Mcleodganj Itinerary

The most popular vacation spot is Mcleodganj also known as little Tibbet. There’s something about Mcleod’s aura that keeps you coming back. Perhaps it’s the tranquilly, the Lamas’ homeland, or the soothing influence of the Dhauladhars.

Monasteries, museums, temples, waterfalls, lakes, and Tibetan villages may all be found at Mcleodganj. Namgyal Monastery, Tsuglagkhang (the Dalai Lama’s home), Bhagsu Falls and Bhagsunath Temple, and Tibetan Museum are among the attractions of Mcleodganj sightseeing.

By Bus: The most convenient and prevalent mode of transportation to Mcleodganj is by bus. Several government and commercial buses go from Delhi, Chandigarh, and other cities to Mcleodganj. In addition, you may get out at the Mcleodganj bus station and take a cab to your destination.

By Automobile: If you have a rented car or your vehicle, you will have no problems. Take the NH1 from Delhi to Mcleodganj, and you’ll be there in approximately 10-12 hours.

By Train: The nearest train station to Mcleodganj is Pathankot, which is around 90 kilometres away. Buses and cabs can easily transport you to Mcleodganj from the station. This is a trendy route, and several decent trains will take you to Pathankot from any central train station in the nation.

By Air: The Kangra Airport is around 12 kilometres from Dharamshala and is located in Gaggal. However, because this is a rural airport, only specific flights and times are available. So, if you truly want to fly in, look into the flights that land here and see if you can locate one that suits your needs.

Day1

In the middle of nowhere, there is a church dedicated to St. John. The route leading up to the church is peaceful and shaded by tall trees. Return to the primary market after spending some time in the woods. Because it will be a long walk to and from the church, you may choose to take local taxis or automobiles. Automobiles are less expensive, and both autos and taxis have set prices.

Return to the main market and proceed to Bhagsu Falls, where you may see the beauty of the Bhagsu. The Bhagsu Falls is a beautiful waterfall with a rocky pool at its base. It’s a lovely sight to witness.

Shiva Café is one of the most popular cafes in the area. However it is a long walk from Bhagsu Falls. However, the view from this cafe is breathtaking.  It is an enjoyable way to pass the time. Check out the boho stores selling souvenirs and clothing on your way down and stock up for the return ride. The Bhagsu cake from German Bakery is one of the things you really must taste.

Day 2:

Get up early, eat a hearty meal, and prepare for the Triund walk. You now have two options: either take a cab up to Gallu Devi temple or take a ride to the Himalayan tea store, which is the beginning point of Dharamkot hamlet. The former is recommended since the trek from Dharamkot village to Gallu Devi shrine is breathtaking.

The Dhauladhars are up close in your face, the air is clean, everything is enormous, and there you are, a tiny little human just trying to take it all in. Breathtaking  and  majestic.

Remember to bring plenty of water, at least two bottles, which you can replenish in Gallu. You may also buy water at the Triund trail’s cafés, but make sure your trash stays in your bag and is only emptied in a trashcan. Waste Warriors, a non-profit organization, cleans up the path once a week. Some of their posters and installation art may be found in and around Mcleodganj

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Day 3:

If you don’t want to stay the night in Triund, you may get an early start today at 11 a.m. and visit Naddi village, which is famed for its breathtaking vistas!

You can also choose Naddi if you spent the night in Triund and have the energy to roam around more. Spend the day and lunch in one of Mcleod’s cafés if you wish to have a relaxing day.

By 2-3pm, say your goodbyes to Mcleodganj and go to Dharamshala to witness the most magnificent cricket stadium you’ll ever see! The HPCA Stadium in Dharamshala is a lush green field with snow-capped Himalayan peaks in the background — a sight not to be missed! This is also an excellent location for photography.

Last Day:

Pack your bags and You may also visit the Dharamshala tea estates, which are famed for their Kangri Tea.  You can purchase local tea blends to take home to your mother or friends. It has a delicious flavor. Catch your Dharamshala-Delhi bus or flight and say your goodbyes to the magnificent Dhauladhars till the next time.

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Vasu

This place is near to my heart .Every time I visit here this place give me good feeling .Amazing write up keep it up