Dharamshala is known for its scenic beauty with marvellous colourful Monestry & church. It has calmness and serenity. It has high pine trees, tea gardens and timber yielding trees. Dharamshala, popularly known as the 'Queen of the Hills', is divided into lower and upper towns with a difference of 457m (1500ft.) between them.
The relaxed atmosphere, lively surrounding the peaceful ambiance makes Dharamshala the fascinating tourist spot to visit. Lower Dharamshala is quite busy and is commercial centre while the upper suburbs of Mcleodganj which is the residing place of His Highness Dalai Lama.
Mcleodganj the home to Tibetan Government in Exile, His Highness Dalai Lama.
Local market small bazaar stuffed with variety of handicrafts and artefacts. & Namgyal Monastery , where you can see large idols of Buddha and its outwall surrounded with rows of prayer wheels.
St. John Church the final resting place of Lord Elgin, the British Viceroy of India during 19th Century.