Palampur hill station is endowed with countless streams, beautiful landscape, pleasant climate, historical temples and splendid hamlets. The hill station is nestled amidst the magnificent surroundings within the breathtaking mountain peaks of the stunning Dhauladhar Ranges in the Kangra Valley.
Saurabh Van Vihar: Saurabh Van Vihar is a nature park is located on the bank of snow-fed Neugal Khad in Kwat Village that is dedicated to brave warrior Saurabh Kalia (martyr in the Kargil War). An impeccable spot for amusement, the excellence of this nature park is improved with the distinctive assortments of plants and trees overlooking the mighty Dhauladhar Range.
Tea Gardens: Tea Gardens are among the boss attractions of the hill-tow, because of which it is likewise alluded as ‘Tea Capital of Northwest India’. The hill station has rich tea gardens sprawling over vast area of land. Visitor can appreciate a walk around the Tea Gardens.
Baijnath Temple: Baijnath Temple is a holy shrine devoted to Lord Shrine situated at a distance of 16 kms from Palampur in the Beas valley. Baijnath temple is considered as a part of Indian Heritage, so security courses of action are made here to keep away from any undesirable component.
Chamunda Devi Temple: Chamunda Devi Temple is a holy temple devoted to Goddesses Durga or Chamunda is one of the prime religious centres, which is additionally considered among 51 Shakti Peethas. The temple gives a perfect ambiance for meditation and seeking for blessing of the Goddess.