About Dharamsala

Dharamsala the word means “House or place of dharma”.The city is considered to be the home of the famous Tibetan Buddhist teacher Dalai Lama. The winter capital of Himachal Pradesh India is surrounded by misty hills of the Himalayas, and dense cedar forest, and the place serves a distinctive blend of old Tibetian and Kangra culture.

Dharamsala is a hidden gem that lies in a lap of the Himalayas with lakes, forests, waterfalls, vintage forts, Monasteries, and Temples. 


  • Tsuglagkhang Dalai Lama Complex
  • Namgyal Monastery
  • Triund Hill
  • Norbulingka Institute
  • Bhagsu Waterfalls
  • Kangra Valley
  • HPCA Stadium

How To Reach

Chandigarh, Jalandhar, and Amritsar are the cities connected with Dharamsala by National Highway. Luxury deluxe buses and cars are available very often from the cities.

Pathankot is the nearest railway station to Dharamsala. The Railway station is the major one that connects with other cities.

Dharamsala-Kangra airport is just 14 km away from Dharamsala. Apart from this Dharamsala also connects directly or indirectly with other airports in India.

Why Choose us

We, Grand Amanta, provide you with the most accessible hotel booking Facilities with an affordable price range and a Local Guide who can help you to explore the place. March to June is the best time to visit Dharamsala because that time the weather is pleasant. Most tourists visit this place at that time of the year and get confused about where to stay. Grand Amanta can help you with the right solution in the best possible way.