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Dharamsala (also spelled Dharamshala) is known as the home of the Dalai Lama, though in fact the Tibetan spiritual leader is based 3km up the hill in McLeod Ganj, which is the base for the Tibetan government in exile and their community and that's where most visitors are heading. Dharamsala proper is an untidy market town mostly useful for bus connections.
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Best time to visit Dharamsala is during summer months as the weather conditions are pleasant. Most tourists prefer going to Dharamshala at this time so it’s also the most crowded. It’s a good idea to plan your trip around the Buddhist Losar Festival that takes place in February or March.
Dharamsala experiences rains during the monsoon and snowfall in winters, there is an added season of autumn. However, Dharamsala is a great tourist destination and can be visited any time of the year.
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Our itineraries will give you suggestions for what is possible when you travel to Dharamsala, and they showcase routes we know work particularly well. Treat them as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists. Alternatively, if you would like to include a visit to Dharamsala on a bespoke touring itinerary to India, do not hesitate to contact us.