discover the best dalhousie holiday package for 3 days that you cannot miss

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Dalhousie is a charming and classy hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Built over 5 hills surrounding an exceptionally pretty valley, it is one of the original hill stations that started the Indian concept of summer retreats and hill town escapes. This summer, try finding the perfect Holiday Package for a 3-day retreat to this classic summer destination.


Named after Lord Dalhousie, India’s once Governor-General, this town was created to provide respite from the blistering heat and malaise that is native to north India’s plains. Nestled in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, its hilly landscapes and frosty mornings are a welcoming change from the flat lines of the plains.


With an above-average amount of humidity and snowfall, it is geographically located at a bottleneck that creates drizzles and short pours that are reminiscent of London weather. In the winter, the precipitation continues so that about 30 days of the year are covered in snow in this sleepy town.


What to do in Dalhousie


Dalhousie can be very interesting to explore and exorcise. Whatever your interests or hobbies may be, there is much in Dalhousie that can add to your experience and embellish your understanding. From colonial roots to natural beauty and from hill town culture to nearby villages, Dalhousie demands at least a 3-day sojourn.


For a relaxing and comfortable holiday, try availing of an all-inclusive package designed by a resort in or around Dalhousie. This avoids the hassle and burden of trying to organize different activities and experiences during your trip. Make sure the package includes stay, food, transportation, excursions and activities.


Overall, hill stations are designed to provide every convenience so that you can go about your day as usual with nothing remiss. Well connected and adequately provisioned, Dalhousie is designed for convenience and comfort. If you do decide to venture out, here are some things you can do:


 Paragliding: if you are feeling especially adventurous, paragliding can be a fun and exhilarating sport. It is a great way to get a birds eye view of the area and also get some exercise in the fresh open air of the mountains. If done frequently, one can slowly pick up, with the aid of capable instructors, the basic skills to master this sport and even buy some of the equipment. 

Where: Khajiar, about 30 minutes after Dalhousie.

Cost: Rs. 1100 to Rs. 2200 per person for a 10 minute flight.


Boating: One can also go boating on the many rivers, streams and inlets in the Chamba Valley region. There are many small villages and booths that offer boat rides and other adventure sports for thrill seekers including trekking, river crossing and horse riding.

Where: About 60 minutes before Dalhousie.

Cost: Rs. 600 to Rs. 1500 for a 20 minute boat ride.


Churches: If you are a history buff or simply looking to learn more about India’s colonial past, there are plenty of remnants of the Raj here. Noted for their architectural flair are the five churches of Dalhousie, namely St. Francis’ Churh on Court Road, St. John’s Church, St. Andrew’s Church and two churches dedicated to St. Patrick.

Where: In and around Dalhousie

Cost: Free



Where to Stay


If you are going to Dalhousie, you can book an all-inclusive Dalhousie package for three days. One such resort near Dalhousie is the Amritara Hunky Dory Resort & Spa in Niari Village. This resort offers great food, good swimming pool, nice views and perceptive service. It is perfect for a 3 day staycation as there is enough to do in the resort without even going out in the beautiful surroundings.


Hunky Dory is ideally located to explore Dalhousie but also sample the surrounding areas while not get embroiled at a resort in Dalhousie. It is the best place to spend a few days recharging the batteries, spending time with loved ones and reconnecting with nature in the classic hill station tradition.



Frequently Asked Questions:


Q 1. How much does the Dalhousie trip cost for three days?

A trip to Dalhousie for three days costs around Rs. 30,ooo to Rs. 40,000 excluding the transportation costs of travelling to Dalhousie. This includes accommodations, food and sightseeing activities.

Q 2. What I can do in Dalhousie for three days?

If you are travelling to Dalhousie for three days, you can go paragliding, go for trekking, visit Kajjiar, the Switzerland of India and check out the town.

Q 3. Which resorts in best for Dalhousie for 3 day stayctaion?

The Amritara Hunky Dory resort is the best place to stay in Dalhousie. It is perfect for a 3 day staycation as there is enough to do in the resort without even going out in the beautiful surroundings. The resort has great food, good swimming pool, nice views and good service.






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