Dalhousie Hill Station Himachal Pradesh
Dalhousie is one of the charming hill stations and amazing nature beauty adds the charm of the place. It is situated at a distance of 80 km from Pathankot with at an elevation of 2000 meters above the sea level. Due to its pleasant climate and cool environment it is one of the most preferred tourist destinations. Dalhousie is a small hill station but one of the most famous hill stations of Himachal Pradesh located in Chamba district. The charming town got its name from its founder “Lord Dalhousie”, he was the British Governor General in India in 19th century and established in 1854. The charming town was one of the favourite summer destinations of Britishers. Dalhousie is known as the “Little Switzerland of India”. It’s scenic beauty, mountains, Rivers, Green environment, Cool and pleasant weather, beautiful Snow capped mountains, thick forest of Pines, Deodar, Oaks and Rhododendron etc attract thousand of the tourists from all around the country not only Indians but Foreigner are also preferred to visit this destinations. Dalhousie is full of charm of old world and has charming Colonial Architecture with Beautiful Churches. The town is spread over 14 sq km built on five hills and lies on the bank of River River. Satdhara Falls, Khajjar, Panch Pulla, Kalatop Wildlife sanctuary, Daikund Peak etc are the major attraction of the town. This beautiful town is far from more crowds and the hustle and Bustle of the city.