Travelling is your hobby, but every time the planning gets spoiled due to budget, then there is one place where you can enjoy travelling in a very low budget. This is Dalhousie of Himachal Pradesh.  Which was established in 1854 by Viceroy Lord Dalhousie. The idea of ​​visiting here in summer will be the best. There is no dearth of places to visit in this small city. If you are planning to come here, then include these places in your list. 


What’s the point of coming to Dalhousie without visiting Khajjiar? The beauty of this city is such that it is also called ‘Mini Switzerland’ or ‘Switzerland of India’. Situated at an altitude of 6,500 feet above sea level, Khajjiar gives you the vibe of a film location. Apart from admiring the natural beauty, you can also try  adventures like zorbing and trekking .

Dankund peak

After exploring Khajjiar, head towards Dainkund Peak, which is the highest point in Dalhousie. This peak is also known as Singing Hill. You can reach there by trekking. Dainkund offers a splendid view of the valleys and hills. 

Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary

Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary is located in the Chambal district of Himachal Pradesh and is also one of the special attractions here. Kalatop means ‘black hat’. The greenery and diversity of trees and plants of Kalatop attract tourists. Come alone or with family and friends, definitely take out time to visit this sanctuary.


Panchpula is one of those places in Dalhousie without which the trip here is not considered complete. Surrounded by lush green deodar trees, this is a waterfall where five streams meet together. This place is famous for trekking and its beautiful views. The beauty of this waterfall increases even more during the monsoon season, but you can spend peaceful moments here even in summer.