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    Palampur is a hill station in the Kangra valley of Himachal Pradesh. The place is also known as the ‘Tea Capital of North India’. The hill station is rich in historic temples, and forts. The place offers magnificent views of himalayan ranges. The buildings here are good examples of colonial architecture. It is the base point to visit Chamunda Devi and Dharamsala.

    Palampur also offers memorable trekking experience.  The trek routes include Palampur to Holi over the Shingar pass, Baijnath to Manali over the Thamsar pass, Palampur to Dharamsala via Indrahar Pass and trek routes leading out of the town over the Dhauladhar Mountains towards Chamba. The best time to trek is from May to October.

    About 35 kms from Palampur is Billing. The place is a known hang gliding center. The scenic views of the breathtaking valley from atop are an unforgettable experience. The best time for this is from February to June and from September to November.

    The main tourist attractions in Palampur are:

    Neugal Khad: The place is located about 2 kms from Palampur. This is an ideal picnic spot in Palampur. The place is also known as Bundla Chasm. There is a 300 mt wide stream also. From here the scenic views of the Dhauladhar ranges can be very well enjoyed.

    Tashi Jong monastery: This was built in 1969 by Drukpa Kagyu lineage. The monastery is spread over 37 acres of land.

    Gopalpur Zoo: This is a small zoo housing a variety of Himalayan birds and animals.

    Andretta Art Gallery: It is here in this scenic village the famous playwright Norah Richards and artist Shobha Singh. There are plays still performed each summer to commemorate Norah Richards at the small open-air theatre here. The famous artist works are also displayed in the art gallery.

    Chamunda Devi Temple: The temple is about 24 kms from Kangra and is dedicatd to goddess Chamunda Devi. The temple complex offers view of Dhauladhar, the Baner Khad and Dadh. From here you can trek for about 16 kms up in the Dhauladhar ranges to reach the ancient temple of Aadi Himani Chamunda.

    There are many holiday stays in Palampur that are set around tea plantations attracting getaway seekers, and nature travelers. We have listed some of the holiday rental properties in Palampur in our website holidayrentals.co.in. Our advanced search option helps you easily find the right holiday accommodations that fit your budget and convenience; travelers can always make direct contact with the property owner from our website before finalizing their reservations. We have also introduced the backpacker traveler friendly dormitories for Group, budget & cheap holiday stays.

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