The Buddhist vibe

One of the top places to visit in Dharamshala is the Namgyal Monastery. Namgyal, an immense cloister, is a prominent spot for monks everywhere over the world. The regions around Dharamshala and McLeod Ganj are known as the little Lhasa of India for its Tibetan people group that have been occupying for quite a while, The Dalai Lama lives here at whatever point he is in the town and is likewise one of the top places to visit in McLeod Ganj.

Buddhist vibe of mcleodganj

Trek to Triund

Triund is one of the most well-known short treks in the mcleodganj, and this snow trek is ideal for beginners to appreciate the magnificent perspectives on the Dhauladhar scope of the Himalayas, with mountains studded with pine trees and the valley of Kangra that stretches to the farthest skyline. Many voyagers state that the path is entirely clear and can be included as a DIY journey. You can either begin early and return the very day or camp at the highest point.

Bhagsu waterfalls

On the off chance that you walk somewhat further away from Bhagsu temples, you will run over Bhagsu waterfalls, which is one of the top places to visit in Dharamshala and Mcleodganj. The trip to the spot is worth it for certain perspectives. There is a little trip to be done to get to the foot of the cascade yet, fortunately, you can see the perspective on the falls most of the way to the top, so you can either stop there or go further.

Bhagsu waterfalls
Kalachakra sanctuary

Visit the holy Kalachakra sanctuary

Kalachakra Temple is arranged on the west side of the Tsuglagkhang Temple, the sanctum is known for housing the staggering paintings of Kalachakra (Wheel of Time) which are connected to the Avalokitesvara, of whom Dalai Lama is an appearance. Utilized as a focal point of open educating by Dalai Lama himself, the stunning sanctuary is a structural wonder and boasts of Tibet’s rich identity and masterful ability.

World’s Highest Cricket Stadium

If you are heading off to the cricket stadium Dharamshala is the most energizing aspect of my outing to McCleod Ganj. The HPCA arena opened in 2013 is the prettiest cricket stadium in India, encircled by the snow-topped pinnacles of Dhauldhar Mountains that make a great setting very close. The least expensive approach to arrive at the stadium is to take open transport from the Dharamshala transport stand.

World’s Highest Cricket Stadium
Church in the Wilderness

Investigate the Church in the Wilderness

St. John’s Church, well known as the church in the wild is one of the amazing places to visit near Mcleodganj. On the off chance that you are an imaginative soul searching for some tranquil motivation in the midst of woods, head here on the grounds that its disconnected area is simply great. It’s in transit from Mcleodganj to Dharamshala and you can either walk or drive.

Visit Aghanjar Mahadev Temple

Visiting Aghanjar Mahadev sanctuary is one of the well-known places to visit near mcleodganj, in view of its incredible area on a slope flanked by woodlands. This old sanctuary is, in any event, more than 500 years of age, committed to Lord Shiva. It is a renowned strict spot among the local people of the neighboring towns. Go there around dusk to encounter the wonderful climate and magnificent perspectives on the nightfall sitting above the valley.

Aghanjar Mahadev Temple
popular bistro of mcleodganj

Shop, Eat, Or Idle Away at the popular bistro

The laziest method to ideal away in McLeod Ganj is to make a beeline for the comfortable bistros and watch the world pass by or do nothing. There are some acceptable bistros for coffee, books, and more in McLeod Ganj, which additionally have a housetop feasting opening to the views of the valley. If you either considering what to purchase in Dharamshala, there are a lot of things. On the off chance that you are a shopaholic, you can stop at a great deal of spots for quick purchases. So shopping in Dharamshala or McLeod Ganj is a good time without a doubt, yet remembers to haggle a little as the retailers generally provide significant expense estimates.