Also known as the mini Switzerland of India, Khajjar is a beautiful hill station located at a distance of 16 km from Dalhousie. With a small plateau and a freshwater lake, Khajjar is one of the most favored tourist spots in this town. Situated at the foothills of Dhauladhar range of the Western Himalayas, Khajjar is a rare combination of three ecosystems- Lake, Pasture and Forests.


Panchpula is one of the beautiful places to visit in Dalhousie. Located approximately at a distance of 3 km from Dalhousie, this place is a major tourist attraction. It is a mother stream that flows through various parts of Dalhousie, feeding water to several other water bodies.

Sach Pass

Sach Pass is situated in Sach town which is approximately 15 km from Killar, in the Chamba District. Based at around 14500 ft, this Pass interfaces the grand Pangi tribal valley with district headquarters, Chamba. It is an exceptional trekking trail that leads to the Pangi Valley, which is the remotest and the most enthralling valley. It is blessed with a picturesque landscape and rugged terrains and also offers various options for trekking devotees.

Dainkund Peak

You have heard the birds sing a piece of music; now attend a musical concert at the Dainkund Peak. Melodious is the sound, like a song whispered in your ears, when the breezes swiftly strike the chords of the woods at Dainkund. Based at a height of 2755 M, the Dainkund Peak allures innumerable tourists.

St. Francis Church

Known as one of the prominent monuments in Dalhousie, St Francis Church, lies in the Moti Tiba area, a few miles away Subhash Chowk. It was constructed in the year 1894 by the civil officers built in the victorian era architecture. Surrounded by Deodar trees outside, the interiors are adorned with Belgian glass and exquisite stone works. The age-old carvings and dioramas tell a story of 100 years of history. Currently preserved by the catholic diocese and local authorities, the church is a popular tourist site in Dalhousie.

Basohli Bridge

The bridge, which is in Basohli tehsil of Kathua district of Jammu is North India’s first cable-stayed bridge. It has not only provided close connectivity among the three states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab but also made the lives of those living close to the Ravi so much more easier. Residents of more than three dozen villages now don’t have to undertake cumbersome journey to meet up.

Chamera Lake

Skim through the places to visit in Dalhousie and reach the Chamera Lake. Located in the Chamba district at a height of 763 M from the sea level, the Chamera Lake is a captivating traveller’s destination. It is based approximately at a distance of 30 KM from Dalhousie. This lake was formed because of the Chamera Dam was built on the Ravi River. It is a great place for all adrenaline junkies as it proffers a plethora of water sports.

Satdhara Falls

Being situated at 2035 meters over the ocean level, the Satdhara waterfall proffers a tranquil environment and wonderful climate to all its visitors. The term Satdhara signifies 'a blend of seven streams'. The water from this waterfall is said have medicinal properties and healing powers.

St. Patrick's Church

Wondering what places to visit in Dalhousie? Just add St. Patrick's Church to your list. Dalhousie is said to be a melange of nature’s beauty and a glimpse of the Victorian era. Approximately at a distance of 2KM from Dalhousie, lies the St. Patrick’s Church. It is a 104 years old church, situated on Mother Nature’s lap.

Mall Road

Mall Road is one of the most notable shopping spots in the city, offering a range of merchandise from dolls to Kashmiri shawls. One can find countless eateries, clubs, bars, inns, hotels, banks on the road. Visitors love to spend the day slowly walking along the winding road, taking in pleasing vistas around, shopping for trinkets, and eating their favourite snacks.

Laxmi Narayan Temple

When planning places to visit in Dalhousie, make it a point to add Laxmi Narayan Temple to the list. The fascinating part about this place is that it is an antiquated sanctuary devoted to Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Being built in the Shikhara style by the Kings of Chamba, it is also a major architectural attraction.

Bara Pather

Bara Pather is a very popular destination in the town of Ahla, situated in close proximity of General Post Office, Dalhousie. Take a short break and do visit this place while you are travelling towards the Kalatop Sanctuary. Based amidst the woods, Bara pather is an abode to the pristine Bhulwani Mata Temple.

Bakrota Hills

The majestic Bakrota Hills finds its name in the list of popular places to visit in Dalhousie. Located at a distance of only 5 km from Dalhousie, Bakrota Hills offers a scenic view of serene landscapes and lush green Oak, Pine and Deodar trees.

Tibetan Market

It’s time to explore the Tibetan Market in Dalhousie because shopping makes us all happy. It is situated at Gandhi Chowk and is one of the best places to buy handicrafts. There are also items such as woollen clothes, colourful carpets, and beautifully carved jewellery. The very popular Chamba slippers and shawls are also available here.

Ganji Pahari

Ganji Pahari, the bald picnic spot, is one of the unique places to visit in Dalhousie. Located at a distance of 5km from Dalhousie bus stand, Ganji Pahari is a small hill on the Pathankot Road. It literally means bald hill due to the absence of any trees or vegetation here.

Rock Garden

Created by the diverting flow of natural hill streams, the rock gardens of Dalhousie are absolutely wonderful. It comprises of rocks strewn across natural streams of water and lush green surroundings overlooking the magnificent mountains and pristine air. Rock Gardens provides for a calm, peaceful and relaxing spot away from the hustle and bustle of the otherwise busy Dalhousie town.

Chamba Town

Situated on the bank of River Ravi, is the lively and vibrant Chamba Town. It is a small town located in the picturesque valley of Himachal Pradesh. Set amidst the Shivalik Ranges, this beguilingly old town has some beautiful medieval temples, meadows, and lakes.