Escape to Palampur in 2019 Summers.

Palampur called tea capital of North India. This hill station is not solely recognized for its numerous tea gardens and paddy fields but it also regarded for its colonial structure and temples. One can experience the scenic beauty of the Dhauladhar vary and the slopes of the Kangra valley from Palampur. Palampur and locations round it are popular for adventure sports activities like hang-gliding and trekking. Palampur got its name from the phrase pulum that skill considerable water. It used to be a part of the local Sikh kingdom and later got here beneath the British rule.

Himalayan Shepherd dog

Palampur is placed in the northwestern part of the kingdom of Himachal Pradesh, in the northern location of India. It is located in the Kangra valley, near the Dhauladhar ranges. It is positioned on an altitude of 1,220 m above sea level. Palampur is 30 km from Dharamshala. The weather in Palampur is moderate. Summers (April-June) are moderate and winters (November-February) are cold however pleasant. It experiences southwestern monsoon rains in July-September.

View of Dhauladhar Mountains @vikasacharya

Travel By Air – The nearest airport to Palampur is Gaggal airport in Dharamsala, which is located at a distance of round forty km. This airport is well-connected thru regular flights from Delhi only. The 2nd nearest airport is International Airport in Amritsar, round 231 km.

Travel by Road: Palampur is well- connected with the aid of a community of roads to most neighboring areas and necessary locations in Himachal Pradesh state. State- run buses ply on a ordinary basis to Palampur from All Himachal. Hiring personal taxis and cabs is another appropriate option.

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