Best Time and Season to Visit Dharamshala

Dharamshala- A Heaven on Earth

Dharamshala, a hill station that even the Dalai Lama couldn’t avoid embracing, is the second winter capital of Himachal Pradesh. A tour to Dharamshala serves the purpose of getting refreshed in the midst of peaceful nature, discovering a sense of reunion in the hills of McLeodganj, and their experiences. Get in touch for a luxurious stay in the lap of Himalayas as Aaroham Resorts is the Best Place to Stay in Dharamshala

As said by John Muir- “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks”, Dharamshala is a place which means “a spiritual dwelling”. 

This place has had a major role in Indian history during various periods. From the earliest times until the British Raj, Dharamsala and its surrounding areas were ruled by the Katoch Dynasty of Kangra. The Katoch Dynasty is said to be the oldest serving Royal Family in the world.

Other than the city’s relationship with the Tibetan community, it’s famous as one of the doors to the excellent Himalayas as well as the lavish tea estates flowing down the encompassing slants. Roosted on a slope and encompassed by Kangra tea estates, Karma Exotica at Dharamshala makes for an optimal headquarters for those exhilarated about exploring the locale’s natural and phenomenal miracles.

A Trip to Dharamshala

Dharamshala is well connected to both other towns like Mandi, Manali, Palampur within Himachal Pradesh as well as nearby states like Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir. It is a well-evolved city with almost all types of transportation available. The nearest airport is Gaggal Airport, 15 kilometres away from Dharamshala. This airport operates commercial flights and private chartered flights and provides helicopter landing pads. For a scenic journey, one can opt for Kangra Mandir Railway Station which is 22 km away from the city. Buses, taxis and self-driving are the direct gateways to the wonderland. 

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During peak vacation seasons, all types of transport are exceptionally costly. To get to Dharamshala one must plan 2-3 months ahead of time and pre-book travel tickets. During such a time, not only will you find costs risen, but you will also be unable to book a ticket by any means. During rainstorms, costs drop, yet going through the mountain streets is deceptive as avalanches are dangerous and wrecking.

Best season to travel

All seasons are suitable for the ones who love to travel. Due to Dharamshala’s fine weather around the year, you can imagine an outing to Dharamshala right when you please. With the right clothing and equipment, you can explore Dharamshala anytime you wish!

Spring-Summer (March through mid-July) is the best time to visit Dharamshala. All the tourist hotspots, sightseeing places, and adventure activities are open for business. The temperature ranges from 22 degrees Celsius to 35 degrees Celsius. You can enjoy multiple sports in the summer season, breath-taking views of the surrounding valleys and mountains, and can cherish performing activities and enjoying food at cafes and food joints.

In the winter months there is abundant snowfall in the upper reaches, so temperatures take a nosedive. It is also brilliant for a romantic getaway. You can enjoy the delicious cuisines. If you are a shopaholic person then you will find a lot of clothes and warm wearables here that last long. One can also enjoy snow-related activities at their best in this hill town of Himachal Pradesh during winter.

Dharamshala being an all-season location provides a wholesome experience and a bag full of unforgettable memories! Contact the Best Resorts in Dharamshala i.e. the Aaroham Resorts.