Beautiful and Peaceful Picnic Spots In Palampur, Himachal Pradesh

water flowing on rocks @ Lamrin Norwood Green, Palampur

Himachal Pradesh has often been called the most beautiful place in India, with exquisite towns and cities like Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala or Palampur. Palampur is a beautiful town situated in the Kangra Valley, right in the midst of the mesmerizing natural beauty. If you are planning to visit Palampur for your vacations, you must be looking for places to visit and things to see and do in Palampur. Apart from the usual tourist spots, you could also plan something special for your trip.

Best Picnic Spots in Palampur To Stay:-

There are lots of places in and around Palampur that you can visit. These places often get overlooked in tourist packages and are mostly isolated and unexplored. Some of these are:

1. Neugal Khad

This beautiful place is also popularly called Bundla Chasm. There is a stream there, with a width of 300 metres. You can park your car by it and spend some quality time with your family on this stream. A splendid view of the magnificent Dhauladhar mountain ranges adds to the beauty of this place. The place is such that, by the end of the day, you wouldn’t want to leave!

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2. Tea Gardens

We all know what tea gardens are, but we do not get to see such plush greenery anywhere in the cities. There are wonderful tea gardens near Palampur. Since you will be staying in one of the hotels in Palampur, you can take their help in organizing a trip to these tea gardens. By the end of the trip, you will be aware of the entire process of making tea and all the hard work that goes into producing the tea leaves that we use every day.

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3. Bundla Waterfall

This gorgeous waterfall is just a couple of kilometres away from Palampur and if you visit the place early in the morning, you can spend a few hours there and be back before darkness sets in. This is a region that receives heavy snowfall in the winter, and therefore, the summers would probably be the best time to visit this place. There are all kinds of facilities available here that you can avail of if you’re planning a picnic there. You could keep a day or two in your trip for a whole-day outing, like a picnic, with your family or loved ones. You could pack up some food and be on your way; a long drive through the quiet, peaceful roads and a picnic by the waterfalls are sure to make your trip all the more memorable.

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