Baravan Camps is a venture of Baravan Hotels Pvt. Ltd. Baravan Camps is a hospitality brand established with the intent of providing luxurious camping facilities in Dharamshala, popularly known as glamping. In the season of the T20 World Cup when hotel accommodations are difficult to find, Baravan Camps will provide cricket enthusiasts with eco friendly and sustainable camping accommodations. Whether you love to camp out in style or would like to enjoy the natural beauty of Dharamshala while attending the matches, you can choose from a variety of comfortable and luxurious tents with us. We also provide adventurous activities like hiking and trekking, rock climbing, and paragliding around the stunning mountains and valleys of Dharamshala.
What To Do In Dharamshala
HIKING AND TREKKING
Unforgettable climbs across the Dhauladhars
Superb safari experience in the mountains
Scale the heights, challenge your spirit.
Traverse the Himalayan Rivers in a 4X4
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Known most popularly as the abode of Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, and headquarters of the Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamshala is a global town that receives visitors from all corners of the world. Dharamshala is also known as ‘Little Lhasa’, after the capital of the Tibetan Autonomous Region, ever since the Dalai Lama fled China and sought sanctuary in India, which led to the famous Tibetan uprising in 1959. It is nestled in the Kangra Valley of the Dhauladhar Range, a southern branch of the Outer Himalayas. Many treks up to the Himalayan Mountains start at or pass through Dharamshala. The calm mountain air, snowy peaks, refreshing streams, warm locals, British colonial architecture, and the Tibetan Buddhist culture serve to make Dharamshala a favourite among travellers.
When to Visit Dharamshala?
The most popular time to visit is summer (March – June), a busy time as people from the plains come here to escape the heat. It’s the most comfortable time, with highest temperature being 34° C. The monsoon season from July - September is not a great time to visit for trekking and camping, as Dharamshala receives some of the highest rainfall in India. Winters get snowy and chilly, with temperatures dropping below 0° C, but it’s a beautiful time to visit Dharamshala.
Places to Visit
The most famous place in Dharamshala, McLeod Ganj is a suburb which is home to the 14th Dalai Lama. The town is a pulsating hub for Tibetan Buddhism studies, handicrafts, and a hangout for travellers.
The gem of Dharamshala for trekkers and hikers, Triund Hill is a 2975 m high ridge with spectacular views of the Kangra Valley and Dhauladhar Range. At 9 km long, the trek to Triund is highly popular because of its short length.
Founded in 1988, Norbulingka Institute is named after the summer residence of Dalai Lamas in Lhasa. Set in gorgeous Japanese gardens with fresh streams, it is dedicated to the preservation of Tibetan arts, culture, and traditions. Visitors can observe artisans at work and attend workshops.
The beautiful cascading Bhagsu waterfalls are 20 m high, about 2 km away from McLeod Ganj. The falls are named after the Bhagsunath Temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It’s a popular picnic spot with scenic views of the mountains and falls.
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