Enjoy The Breathtaking Mountain Views At Mcleod Ganj!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Little Lhasa is home to some of the most stunning tourist spots. Mcleodganj is the perfect holiday destination for nature lovers and photographers.

Dharamkot is a village that connects McLeodganj. A yearly festival fair near Dal Lake brings colors to Dharamkot.



Kareri Lake is a popular place to go trekking in the Dhauladhar range, in addition to being a popular place to visit.

Kareri Lake


Tsuglagkhang is the Dalai Lama's home. The complex has various shrines, temples, a Tibetan Museum, and souvenir stores.

The Dalai Lama’s Temple


A few kilometres from Dharamshala at an altitude of 2828 m, it offers excellent trekking paths with views of the entire Kangra Valley.

Triund Trek


Minkiani Pass trip is an another amazing trek and one of the best spots to explore in Mcleodganj. Cross gorgeous villages and enjoy a fantastic camping experience.

Minkiani Pass


Namgyal Monastery is known as the 14th Dalai Lama's monastery. It's a popular Mcleodganj attraction.

Namgyal Monastery


This Shiva temple from the Middle Ages is one of the most important places to see in McLeod Ganj. Both Hindus and Gorkhas go there often.

Bhagsunath Temple & Waterfall


This massive fort dates to the Mahabharata-mentioned Trigarta Kingdom. It's the oldest and largest fort in the Himalayas.

Kangra Fort


The Naddi viewpoint in Mcleodganj offers a beautiful view of the hills. From this high-altitude region, photographers can capture the sunset and sunrise.

Naddi View Point


Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) preserves and promotes Tibetan culture. It is famed for dancing, music, and opera.

Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts


McLeodganj's slopes have a beautiful lake. This lake, named after Srinagar's Dal Lake, is near Tota Rani.

Dal Lake


Dhauladhar ranges are the lower Himalayas. Slopes and valleys are the ultimate destination for adventurers.

Dhauladhar Ranges


Taking a trip in the Indrahar pass might let you see the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal mountain ranges. The valley offers a direct view of the mountains.

Indrahar Pass


Masroor Rock-Cut Temple is an archaeological site that is in ruins. It is 32 km from Kangra and is in Dharamsala on the Nagrota- Surian Link Road.

Masroor Rock-cut Temple