McLeod Ganj is a suburb of Dharamsala in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is known as “Little Lhasa” or “Dhasa” (a short form of Dharamshala used mainly by Tibetans) because of its large population of Tibetans. It is a home for Dalai Lama.

Bus Ticket Accommodations
Local transportation Professional guide
Guide gratuity


3 more site is covered in this package. 1) Palampur ( Tea city) 2) Chamunda mata Mandir 3) Jakhani Mata.


Day 1: Departure

Delhi to Dharamshala ( 8AM or 8 PM ). Preferred Day Friday (Traveler starting from Delhi on Friday night will reach Dharamshala next day morning and their site scene will start after a rest of 3 hours).

Day 2

Site 1:

The most important Buddhist site in the town is Tsuglagkhang or Tsuglag Khang, the Dalai Lama’s temple. It has statues of Shakyamuni, Avalokiteśvara, and a statue of Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche).

Other Buddhist and Tibetan sites in McLeod Ganj include the Namgyal Monastery, the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts. Overnight night stay in Dharamshala


Day 3

Triund Hill
Triund is a ridge that overlooks the Dhauladhars. The ridge elevation is between 2,810 and 2,875 metres. It is a one-day trek 10 kilometres (one way) from McLeod Ganj bus stand and under 6 kilometres (one way) from Galu temple near Dharamkot. The trail is rocky and cut in steps at some places. From Galu temple the trail starts as a gentle ascent to Magic View café. After the café, the ascent is a tad steeper, finally culminating in a steep one-kilometre stretch through a forest of deodars and rhododendron. This stretch through the woods is known as 22 Curves, because of the 22 switchbacks one has to walk through to reach Triund.
St. John in the Wilderness
An Anglican church located in the forest near Forsyth Ganj. The neo-Gothic stone building was constructed in 1852. The site also has an old graveyard and a memorial to the British Viceroy Lord Elgin. The church is also noted for its Belgian stained-glass windows, donated by Lady Elgin.
Dal Lake
A small lake located about 3 km from McLeod Ganj, next to one of the Tibetan Children’s Villages schools. An annual fair is held there in August or September, attended mainly by the Gaddi Community. There is a small spring and an old temple near the lake.
Bhagsu Nath
An area 10 minutes’ rickshaw ride from McLeod Ganj, particularly popular with Israeli tourists after their compulsory military service. The area has roughly 1,200 local Indians. Overnight Stay in Dharamshala

Day 4

Traveler who are on short tour and availed a package of 12,000 will break the journey here and board bus for Delhi (Weekend Tour) Other traveler will board our local transport for site scene in Palampur

Day 5

Departure for Delhi