Palampur is a hill station in India’s northern state of Himachal Pradesh. It’s known for its tea gardens like the Palampur Cooperative Tea Factory, which also processes the leaves. A waterfall drops into a stream at Bundla Chasm. Saurabh Van Viharnature park has picnic spots, birdlife, and views of the snow-capped Dhauladhar range. A forested trail leads northeast to hilltop Birni Devi Temple, with mountain views.
Kangra Valley

Kangra Valley is situated in the Western Himalayas. Administratively, it predominantly lies in the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. It is a popular tourist destination, with the peak season around March and April.
Gopalpur Zoo

Gopalpur Zoo is situated in Gopalpur village, Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh in India, en route the Dharmshala – Palampur road. It is surrounded by the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas.
Tashi Jong Buddhist Monastery

Tashi Jong is a famous Tibetan monastery and set on beautiful Dhauladhar mountains. Tashi Jong is home to The Drukpa Kagyu tradition, which is one of the schools of the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
Tea Garden

The abundance of tea plantations makes Palampur the Tea Capital of North India. Lush gardens with a backdrop of Dhauladhar Range add to the beauty of Palampur.
Jakhani Mata

Jakhni Mata Temple is situated at the topmost point of Chandpur Village in Kangra district. It is dedicated to Devi Latti Jakhni. This holy shrine is situated about 5 km from Palampur and 7 km from Bundla Mata Temple.
Neugal Khad

Neugal Khad is amongst the popular tourist attractions near Palampur. It is a perfect place for day outings and a family picnic.
Andretta Artists' Village

Andretta also spelled as Andreta, is a village and an artists' colony in Himachal Pradesh. The artists' colony was established in the 1920s, when Irish theatre artiste and environmentalist, Norah Richards, shifted here from Lahore.
Saurabh Van Vihar

Saurabh Van Vihar is a nature park located about 4 km away from Palampur. Apart from nature walks, boating, birdwatching & bouldering can be enjoyed here.
Baijnath Temple

Baijnath is famous for its 13th-century temple dedicated to Shiva as Vaidyanath, ‘the Lord of physicians’. Originally known as Kiragrama.
Chamunda Devi

Chamunda Devi Temple is a renowned holy shrine of the Hindus. Located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, Chamunda Devi is considered as the wrathful form of Durga, but at the same time, the Goddess is kind to her true devotees.
Best Time To Visit Palampur

Palampur experiences a mild, pleasant climate all through the year. The temperatures during summers hover around 30 °C. There is slight rainfall during the monsoon season and the winter season is a bit chilly with temperatures going below 0 °C. The months between March to June and during the months of mid-September to November are considered to be the best times to visit Palampur.

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