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Paragliding - 1 KM

One of the finest and amazing sites across the globe to enjoy various aero sports activities, Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh is a heaven for adventure activities. Indru Nag is the takeoff point for paragliding in Dharamshala. It is situated at a height of 1700 metres above sea level. It is 4 km from Dharamshala Main Market. The landing point is 6 km down from the takeoff point. The time and duration of the flight depend on the actual weather conditions, but most paragliding trips take 5 to 15 minutes to reach the landing point. Indrunag is known for its easy and safe take-offs.

HPCA Cricket Stadium - 6 KM

Sitting at 1457 metres above sea level, the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium in Dharamsala is widely regarded as one of the most picturesque cricket stadiums in the world. With the beautiful Dhauladhar mountain range as its backdrop, the HPCA stadium offers one of the most stunning views to its visitors, especially when the mighty peaks are blanketed in snow.

Ropeway - 6 KM

The distance between Dharamsala and McLeod Ganj in Himanchal Pradesh will shrink drastically as a ropeway will now connect the two tourist hotspots in this mountain destination. Inaugurated by Chief Minister, the 1.8 km-long ropeway is aimed at being the solution for the increasing traffic on the road that connects the two places. Called the Dharamshala Skyway, the ropeway has the capacity to transport 100 people in one hour in one direction.

Dalai Lama temple - 7 KM

Replete with Tibetan culture, the Dalai Lama Temple, also known as Tsuglakhang Temple, is a political-religious centre in Dharamsala. Ideal for peaceful meditation and religious rumination, the temple is full of lamas at all points of the day, chanting on prayer wheels or beads. The majestic temple is in close proximity to the abode of the Dalai Lama and is frequently visited by him to preach and conduct prayer meetings. Popular for its beautiful setting, the temple complex has become a revered pilgrimage site for Buddhists. In addition to this, peaceful environs and calmness attract tourists from all over the world.

Church of St. John - 7 KM

The Church of St. John in the Wilderness is a Protestant church dedicated to John the Baptist. It was built in 1852 and is located near Dharamshala, India, on the way to McLeod Ganj, at Forsyth Ganj.

Aghanjar Mahadev Temple - 7 KM

At a distance of 9 km from Dharamshala, Aghanjar Mahadev Temple is situated in the Khaniyara village at the foothills of Dhauladhar. This temple is believed to be five hundred years old. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that once upon a time, when Arjuna, one of the Pandavas from the Mahabharata, was on his way to the Kailash Mountains, Lord Shiva appeared at this spot and blessed him with the boon of victory over the Kauravas. There are several idols of Lord Shiva and a Lord Hanuman statue. The temple is surrounded by forests and mountains, and a little waterfall is situated behind the temple with a continuous flow of water. There is also a small cave called Shivlinga near the temple. This Shiva temple and its surroundings offer great relief. This is a beautiful place to relax and capture the beauty of nature and the surrounding mountains.

Bhagsu Nag Waterfall - 8 KM

Bhagsu Nag Waterfall is perhaps the most famous tourist spot in Dharamshala and attracts tourists who wish to revel in the glories of nature and spend some quiet moments in peace and serenity. The Bhagsu Nag Waterfall is located on the main road that connects McLeodganj and Dharamshala and is an ideal location for picnicking with family and loved ones. The prime attraction here is the famous Bhagsunath Temple.

Norbulingka Institute - 8 KM

Norbulingka believes in the preservation and continuation of Tibetan art through self-sustaining means. Under the guidance of talented masters, we endow artists and craftspeople with ancestral knowledge, providing jobs to a community of over 300 Tibetans. We invite visitors to come and explore our beautiful campus and witness firsthand the splendour of Tibetan art.

Triund Hill - 8 KM

At a distance of 13 km from Dharamshala, Triund is a beautiful hill situated in the Dhauladhar Mountains in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. It is located at an altitude of about 2842 m. Triund is a popular trekking site in McLeod Ganj and attracts a lot of tourists every year.

Kangra Fort - 23 KM

The Kangra Fort is a historic fort located in the Kangra district of the Himachal Pradesh state, India. This fort is also known as 'Nagarkot' and 'Kot Kangra'. This fort stands on a hillock between two rivers (Manjhi and Banganga), among the foothills of the Dhauladhar range. This fort is the largest in the Indian Himalayas and is under the protection of the Archaeological Survey of India.

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