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Honeymoon in Dalhousie

Do you wish for spending your honeymoon in the lap of Himalayas? With its succulent greenery, pine-clad valleys, tranquil ambience, and Victorian architecture, Dalhousie is a favourite retreat among honeymooners. Exuding an old-world charm, it hasn't quite caught up with the rest of the world, probably for the best. Straddling the five slopes of Dhauladhar mountain range, this hill station provides a somewhat staid escape for newly weds.

Honeymoon Attractions in Dalhousie


Shrouded by green blanket of tall Deodar trees, this spectacular place is an ideal spot to spend a relaxing honeymoon. On the way to Panchpula, witness the miracle of nature Satdhara Falls — a rumbling freshwater stream rich in minerals. The gushing sounds of waterfall and stunning surroundings draw the couple to this heavenly place.

Honeymoon in Dalhousie

Dainkund Peak

Many couples are fond of this place due to its snow-capped peak and colourful flower valleys. It is a popular hiking and trekking spot among travellers. Being the highest peak in the region, it rewards honeymooners with a panoramic view of the entire valley. The Pholani Devi Temple sits atop the peak.

Chamera Lake

Sail away from the shore and spend quality time alone with your significant other in a houseboat or shikara. This artificial reservoir, around an hour's drive from Dalhousie, is the highlight of Chamba District.


Nestled amidst dense meadows in the foothills of Dhauladhar range, this town is regarded as 'Mini Switzerland of India.' Getting here on a scenic road is only half the fun; go for a horse ride around a small lake or take an adorable selfie with your better-half – both with a backdrop of dramatic landscape.

Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary

It is replete with pristine forests that shield a variety of rare animal and bird species. If being deep in the woods invigorates your love, then this is definitely a place to be!

Subhash Baoli, Rang Mahal, Bara Pathar, Church of Scotland, and Central Park are other places to visit around the city.

Things to Do in Dalhousie

Honeymoon in Dalhousie From sightseeing to stargazing, this blissful land offers a great delight to the nature lovers. Take a leisurely stroll on the Garam Sadak. A signboard here reads “walking is the trend in the knolls.” Join a guided hiking or trekking expedition to Dainkund, Bakrota Hills and Ganji Pahari. Camping in Dalhousie is another way to know each other better by staying in a tent under “starry, starry night” near Panchpula.

Around its calm and composed canopy of trees, the area offers plenty of opportunities to mix romance with adventure. If you'd rather prefer rolling over the hills, then go for zorbing in Khajjiar. Boating, wildlife viewing, rock climbing, and mountain biking are among a wide array of adventure activities in Dalhousie.

Shopping in Dalhousie

It's an endearing destination for shoppers. For a glimpse of Tibetan culture and bargain on traditional bags, handicraft, shawls, carpets, souvenirs, and knick-knacks, head to the Tibetan Market. Moreover, Tibetan Handicraft Centre has good selection of exquisite products from Tibet and China. Gandhi Chowk is the place to hunt for clothes, woollens, jewellery, and other items.

Hotels in Dalhousie

There are independent villas and private bungalows available on rent. Here a list of some hotels for delightful stays in the region.

Best Time to Visit Dalhousie

Dalhousie is a place for all seasons, snowfall and low-priced hotel rooms in winter months make it an ideal destination for honeymooning. However, April through October is the tourist season.

How to Reach

By Air: Gaggal Airport near Dharamsala is the closest one from the city. It is served by regular flights from Delhi and charter services from Chandigarh.

By Train: Pathankot Railway Station (PTK) is the nearest broad gauge train station from Dalhousie.

By Road: It is about 75 km from Pathankot and 180 km from Jammu. Local buses and taxis are easily available from nearby cities.
Last updated : January 21, 2016