Dalhousie is amazingly beautiful. This hill station was established by British in the year 1854. Named after Lord Dalhousie, this place was a residence of British bureaucrats. Built on the five hills, this hill station provides the complete glimpse of the Dhauladhar mountain ranges. This is the region of monumental beauty as well and is obvious from the fascinating churches and various buildings of Victorian architecture. From here, one can move to the place called Chamba and see the temples of old centuries. Dalhousie has many beautiful churches and these include the church of St John, the church of St Patrick, the church of St Andrew and the church of St Francis.
Dalhousie —The Exclusive Summer Gateway Dalhousie is a picturesque beauty and for the summer holidays, this region is a perfect hideout. In this region of Himachal, the tourist finds the scenic views, good food and also the cozy accommodations. Ten kilometer from Dalhousie, one can visit the wildlife sanctuary of Kalatop. The environmentalist will find the Himalayan wild animals here. The three rivers one can find in this region are Beas, Ravi and Chenab.
Dalhousie is a place from where one can enjoy the trekking. The triangle Khajjiar Chamba is exclusive for skiing. The springs of Dalhousie have the curing properties and this is the place where the legendary leader Subash Chandra Bose was cured of the tuberculosis. The beauty of Himachal is diverse and one is filled with romance and love on visiting this region.