About Dharamkot and Accomodation
Dharamkot, a pristine and not so commercialized hill station near Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh, India, surrounded by the Dhauladhar range of Himalayas, is full of natural beauty which cannot be described in words.
One needs to come here to experience the blessings of mother nature. Dharamkot is quite famous for peace seekers for its meditation and vipassana centers. Also, it is known as one of the starting points for famous treks like Triund, Indrahar Pass, Guna Devi Temple, Kareri Lake, Gallu Devi, and a few others. Just 2 km down Dharamkot lies the Tibetan capital of India, McLeod Ganj, the home of Dalai Lama. Buddhist monks dressed up in a deep maroon attire chanting mantras or just having a nice walk is a
common sight here.
Thanks to the beautiful views of Pine and Deodar trees, Dhauladhar ranges
of Himalayas, and a spiritual vibe of this place, people from all over the world come here seeking peace and serenity to uplift their spirits. Being one of the biggest hubs of meditation, arts, and crafts, yoga, trekking, and hiking, there is a lot to learn and experience when you visit Dharamkot.
Apart from the foreigners coming here for their long holidays, many Indians too come here with their laptops to work remotely amidst the natural beauty of Dharamkot. One can stay here for weeks or even months to listen to the chirpings of the birds, or to smell the herb-based cooking in the villages, or to experience the whistling of the Deodar trees on a windy day or to just get lost in the woods and the narrow lanes of the villages.
In Dharamkot there are many Guest houses and hostels available starting from 500 per night during the season (April to October ) prior booking is recommended.
If you need any help regarding accommodation feel free to ask us for help.