Bir Billing offers thrill seekers a chance to experience the Himalayas like never before. The starting point here, where flat land ends, is the approachable Dhauladhar range, one of the branches of the main Outer Himalayas, with the added advantage of easy landing fields along the ridges. “This is the base where you get to experience the Himalayas, but not the extremes of it. Also, here you have a long range of high mountains, which allows you to hop from one ridge to another,” says Roy, who has been paragliding since 2003.
1 Hrs & 20 min drive from Taragarh to billing & 20 to 30 min for gliding.
PARA SALING COST : INR 3,500/- PER RIDE + 18 % GST TRANSPOTATION : Innova/ tavera cost us 3,500/- & Small Cab 2,500/- /Plus Service 18% GST


Palampur is rightly known as the Tea Capital of Northern India and is famous all across the country for its vast spreads of lush tea gardens, which are the chief attraction of the town. The tea gardens of Palampur are the perfect place to witness the vast tea gardens and the tea making process in great detail. Stepping into these lush green gardens makes you feel as if you have stepped into a dream world altogether, and the divine fragrance transforms you into heaven. This experience is heightened for tea lovers, for whom this place is like paradise on earth.
It was in the 19th century that the concept of tea gardens was introduced in this area, and since then the place has become quite famous for its speciality teas, especially for its Kangra Tea. This particular variety of tea is so renowned, and of such high quality, that 90% of it is exported out of the country.

guna devi

Guna devi temple is famous for Hindu temple, located at Guna near Mcleod Ganj in Kangra district of Himachal Pardesh. It is far 8kms from Mcleod Ganj bus stand. The temple is situated at an altitude of 2310m in Kangra valley. The Temple is devoted to the Goddess Kaali, and this is a such kind of temple, often visit before a trip over a Dhauladhars. Sri Guna Devi is completely sorrounded by forest of Oak and Deodar. People from neighboring village including Kangra, Dharamshala came here for pilgrimage. Many facilities such as amall canteens and shops are available there.


The temple of Mata kunal Pathri is dedicate to Goddess Durga who is known as Goddess Kaplashwari here. This place is surrounded by dense tea gardens. The temple splendid often better heritage Dhauladhar range low lying lawns. It is an ancient temple and very famous for Durga pooja. Rituals are must followed while people worship there. This place is very clean and well maintained. It is good to visit there for the blessings of the God and enjoy the beauty of the place. It is a perfect place to have a natural walk. We get peace and relief there.


Present status of Gyuto Tantric Monastery in Dharamshala
Since Bomdila is located near the border between Tibet andIndia, there were great restrictions on travelling and other activities in the area. Moreover, due to its remoteness, the monks faced many severe problems when they become sick and travelling within and outside of the area. Therefore, under the guidance of His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, a plan was made to relocate the monastery to Dharamshala. However, the plan could not be implemented immediately due to various problems.

Fortunately, in 1989 when His Holiness the Dalai Lama was awarded theNobel Peace Prize, with the financial donation from the Sarasvati Dharma Centre in Japan, a stone pillar was installed at Sidhbari, near Kangra, as a tribute to His Holiness the Dalai Lama for his undaunted effort toward global peace and harmony. At the same time, a monastery was built on the site.


Aadi Himani Chamunda Temple 3185 meter is located on a hilltop Northeast to the existing Chamunda devi temple in Kangra district of Himachal Pardesh. It is a tracking area about 13km from Dharamshala Palampur state highway. The tracking to Himani Chamunda requires 6-7 hours. One can visit there in summer season except winter. Goddess Chamunda killed two demons Chand and Mund from the top of the mountain by throwing heavily stones on them. Chamunda is also known as Chamundi, Chamundeshwari, and Charchika as aspect of devi. Himani Chamunda is a Hindu temple dedicated to Chamunda. This temple has its own natural beauty. The environment of this place is very calm as well as it gave a lot of relief. The route is dotted with shops, solar lights and shelters. There is no suitable water point available on this trek route. So its better to carry your own water.


It is situated in Kangra district, Mcleod Ganj (Himachal pardesh). Dal lake is filled greenish water. The lake is covered by mountains and forests of deodar trees. Every year, pilgrims from different state would come here to enjoy the beauty of our environment. Tourist can enjoy the horse riding and boating in the lake. Every year a fair has been organized to mark the presence of lord shiva. It is very quite and calm place. Proper cleanliness is must followed. It is very cool place to enjoy a trip..


It is dedicated to handing down tradition and restoring standards by providing training, education and employment for Tibetans. It supports an environment in which Tibetan community and family values can flourish. It re create the traditional creatively and respectfully with the modern, and seeks to create an international awareness of Tibetan values and their expression in art and literature. Norbulingka produces high quality, traditionally crafted art objects, as well as clothing and home furnishings. Free guided tours of the institute are available to visitors every day except Sunday. Workshop are also offered for those wishing to study Tibetan arts. The institute also runs two guesthouses—Norling Guesthouse and Chonor House.
Norbulingka’s art studios include Tibetan statue making, thangka painting, screen-printing, applique and tailoring, woodcarving, wood painting, papermaking, and wood and metal craft.


Triund is a beautiful ground situated at Dhauladhar range of Western Himalayas, located at an altitude of of 2850 meters. It provides an unparallel view of Hanuman tibba which is the highest peak of this range. Triund trek is one of the most sought- after trek in Himachal Pradesh and a perfect gateway for the one who wants to do some adventurous activities. This trek goes through a mixed forest of Oak and Deodar tress and much more different trees. It is one of the best view of Dhauladhar range. The best way to spend time in nights under the twinkling stars. It is very cool place. One can get calm or peace and enjoy the moment. The trip is always memorable for everyone.


It was built by the royal Rajput family of Kangra state (the katoch dynasty) which traces its origin to the ancient Trigrater Kingdom, mentioned in the Mahabharata epic. It is the largest fort in the Himalayas and oldest fort in India. There are a lot of temples such as Lakshmi narayan temple, Sita Ram temple but the earthquake of 1905 had caused a lot of damage to the fort. Tourists are too much attracted towards the majestic architecture who had made such a beautiful view of the fort.


It is an ancient Hindu temple famous for Bhagsu nag, the snake god, and to Lord Shiva. The shiva temple stands 2 km above Macleod Ganj Dharamshala. The best time to visit there in the month of October/November in warm days and pleasant nights. The king Bhagsu built this temple after seeking forgiveness from snake god. It is the best place to spend time with family or with friends. It is also known as the beauty of the Himachal. There is large population of Tibetian in that area. Weather of this place is very cool. It is the place where one can enjoy and relax in natural environment of the beautiful Himalyan range. The roads are well constructed and many other facilities are available there. We can buy everything from the market. There is no need to take our own luggage from home. Its very calm place.


Lhamo Thondup was born on 6 july 1935 in Takster, china, northeast of Tibet, to a pleasant family. It is believed that he is the 14th prophet of Avalokitesvara. In 1987 his his holiness proposed a five-point peace plan for Tibet as a first step towards a peaceful solution. In 1989 he was awarded the Nobel prize for his non violent struggle for the liberty of the Tibet. The Dalai Lama is also considered to be the successor in a line of tulkus who are believed to be incarnation of avalokiteshvara. He is appreciated by every buddhist.


“St. John Church is popularly known as “the church of Wilderness” as the area of church is totally surrounded by tall deodar and oak trees. It is the natural condition of that spot. John church is at a distance of just few kilometers from upper Dharamshala. It is the famous peace of mind place. The weather of the place is very cool and calm. It gives a fantastic appearance. There are many graves buried at the time of British rule. If one can visit there then he/ she may can get a lot of knowledge about the British history in India.


The Himachal Pradesh cricket Association stadium, commonly known as HPCA Stadium. It is located in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. It is located in the Kangra valley and sourrounded by the Dhauladhar range. The stadium is situated at an altitude of more than 1400 meters in between high mountains which makes it most idol ground for playing. This HPCA ground is the secondary home ground of the IPL Teams King XI Punjab . the first match to be played on this ground was a duleep trophy match between the East zone and the South zone in February 2004.
The first International match to be hosted on this stadium was the ODI match between England and India. HPCA stadium is so large as well as well constructed. It is also known as trackeriers paradise.


Baba Baroh is a Tehsil in Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh. It is known for a temple made of white marble. The temple is mainly known for Goddess Durga and Radha Krishna temple. This temple is mainly famous for the largest amount of white marble used for any temple in Himachal Pradesh. Baba Baroh is located 23 km from Kangra and 52 km away from Dharamshala. In this temple, there is an idol of Goddess Durga made of metal. It was built by Mr. Bali Ram Sharma who was a great devotee of Lord Shiva. Many tourists arrive here and get a lot of joy of very beautiful and calm place. It gives a lot of peace.


The Masrur Temples, also referred to as Masroor Temples or Rock-cut Temples at Masrur, is an early 8th-century complex of rock-cut Hindu temples in the Kangra Valley of Beas River in Himachal Pradesh, India. The temples face northeast, towards the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas. The temples were covered out of monolithic rock with a shikhara as recommended by Hindu texts on architecture. Much of Masur’s temple sculptures and reliefs have been lost. They are quite damaged, most likely from earthquakes. Recently, a lot of changes are done and the beauty of the temple is increasing day by day. Many pilgrims and tourist arrive on this place. It is like a paradise on earth. There is a quite environment. One can enjoy the beauty and get peace.