The main reason to come to Dalhousie is for the stupendous view. It is much quieter, cleaner, less congested and some would say nicer than Shimla & many more hill stations. Dalhousie sprawls over five hills.
The programme at Dalhousie is specially developed for the adventure and nature loving youngsters who have been to different parts of the Himalayas but missed the most beautiful part of it. The site is situated at 6500 ft from Sea Level.
The main reason to come to Dalhousie is for the stupendous view. It is much quieter, cleaner, less congested and some would say nicer than Shimla & many more hill stations. Dalhousie sprawls over five hills. To the north of Dalhousie faces the "Pir Panjal Ranges", to the south views lead down "The Valley to the Plains ".
The facilities include and services include:
- Modern Toilets
- Hot & Cold Water
- 24 Hours Electricity
- Cable & Dish TV - DVD
- Song & Dance Competition
- Jungle Exploring
- Horse riding
- Trek to Khajiar
In order to reach Dalhousie, you need to follow these instructions.
Taxi charges for Pathankot–Dalhousie Rs.1500/- for Non AC indica per day
The trip to Dalhousie is a long one if you are heading from Delhi. It usually involves taking an overnight train to Pathankot (about 10 hr) and then a 2–3 hr drive from Pathankot to Dalhousie.
Among the many ways to Dalhousie, the three more frequently used ones are:
• Delhi -> Pathankot -> Dalhousie
• Delhi -> Chandigarh -> Dalhousie
• Delhi -> Amritsar -> Dalhousie
There are frequent bus services from Dalhousie to Pathankot, Chamba, Delhi, Dehradun, Dharamsala, etc. There is a daily bus at 7.00 pm for New Delhi.
Pathankot is 75 km from Dalhousie. There are regular trains from Pathankot for various places of India, as far as Mumbai, Pune, and Kerala.