Travel Guide

Palampur is one of the hidden beauties in the state of Himachal Pradesh and is popular amongst locals for its lush green surroundings and beautiful atmosphere, which remain intact throughout the year. Hence, it is also a favourite spot for offbeat travellers who come here to spend their weekends on a regular basis. Also known as the Tea Capital of North India, Palampur has its region covered with pine forests, which are surrounded by the monumental Dhauladhar Range of mountains. The presence of several seasonal and perennial rivers adds on to its captivating beauty.

It is located in Kangra Valley and is an idyllic destination to spend summer weekends. From temples to hills and streams to parks, there are numerous places of interest which can definitely surprise you with their unseen magnificence. Wouldn’t you want to savour such a picturesque heaven where you can actually feel the essence of calmness?

Other Information

Summer
April-July, Pleasant and cool weather
Temperatures – 22°C-35°C
Rainy Season
July-September, continuous rainfall
Annual rainfall – 290-380 cms
Winter
November-February, cold, snowfall is common
Temperature – 0°C – 15°C
Language
Pahari, Punjabi, Hindi & English
Clothing
Cotton and tropical wear in summer & Heavy woollen in winter. An umbrella is a must during Dharamsala’s monsoon.