Worried about the right places to visit in and around Palampur? Fret not, as we are here to help!
Wah Tea Estate
Discover the tranquil beauty of India’s northern tea capital in Kangra Valley. It’s a hands-on tour led by the estate guide that will allow you to experience the tea-making process from start to finish and enjoy homemade organic snacks with a cup of warm tea in the tea gardens!
Tashi Jong Monastery
Situated about 15 km from Palampur, Tashi Jong Buddhist Monastery is a sacred place to experience spirituality. It is located in Tashi Jong village, a small rural area between Paprola and Taragarh. Home to the Drukpa Kagyu tradition of Buddhism, this monastery is one of the schools of the Kagyu tradition, making it a beautiful spot to visit.
Ever wondered what it would be like to soar high in the sky? Well, Bir Billing is your ideal destination. Bir is a small and serene village located west of Joginder Nagar Valley in Himachal Pradesh. Referred to as the "Paragliding Capital of India", it is the spot to visit if you want to create a remarkable experience of a lifetime on this trip. Enjoy tandem paragliding at Billing, a two-seater joy ride with an experienced pilot holding an international tandem flying licence and an experience of more than 500 hours of flying. You get enough time in the air to marvel at the breathtaking views of the Dhauladhar Range below, feeling the rush throughout. You will finish your afternoon enjoying local sightseeing near Bir, like Sherabling Monastery, Baijnath Temple and snacks at the local Bir cafe.
Baijnath Temple is a Nagara-style Hindu temple situated in the small town of Baijnath located in Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh. This temple was built in the 8th century, making it a spiritual destination for believers throughout the world. This place also offers stunning views of the Dhauladhar range. A hot water spring called Tattapani is located at a short distance of 15 km, and one can trek to traverse the best of this topography.
Maa Chintpurni Temple
Chintpurni is a mesmerising small town in the Una district of Himachal Pradesh, well known for the temple dedicated to Maa Chintpurni, who is believed to ward off travellers' and visitors' worries. It is one among the Shakti peethas and holds a lot of importance for worshippers of Goddess Durga. It is believed that Sati's feet fell here when Lord Vishnu severed her burning body into 51 pieces.
Chamunda Devi Temple
A native goddess considered a powerful deity, Chamunda Devi is worshipped actively by people in Himachal Pradesh. Built in the Himachali style of architecture, this temple has been a place of spiritual interest for years.
Situated in the foothills of Kangra Valley, Sherabling Monastery is situated amidst quaint pine forests. This monastery consists of shrine halls, a monastic college, a monastic school, a library, a museum, an exhibition hall and a dispensary along with serene views.