Posted On :October 17, 2018
Written By : Sehgal Transport
Surrounded by the forest of pine, slopes of emerald green tea plantation and set against the backdrop of the dominating Dhauladhar ranges, this eternal land of nature is situated in the north-west region of Himachal Pradesh. The city derives its name from the term ‘Pulum’ which in local language means “lots of water.” There flows a number of brooke from the mountains to the plains. And acknowledge as the ‘The tea Capital of North India,’ Palampur is a major center for tea production.
The town holds a story of invincible past.
There are many sightseeing and adventurous things to do in Palampur, you can:
1. Explore the Tea gardens, specially Bundla Tea Estate complex which has existed for 200 years.
2. Try your hand pottery at Andretta.
3. Pay your respect at Chamunda Devi Temple.
4. Picnic at Neugal Khad.
5. Visit the Tashi Jong Monastery.
6. Inhale the Tibetian culture at Norbulingka Institute.
7. Cherish the art at Naam Art Gallery.
8. Seek blessings at Baijnath Temple, Jakahani Mata, Mata Ashapuri Temple and Jwala Mukhi temple.
9. Go paragliding at Bir.
10. Trek to Triund.
These are some of the exuberant Palampur tourist places which lures the tourists from all over the country Or the tourist can take a walk and enjoy its colonial architecture.
If you really want to get your nerves to feel the life at your heart then Palampur makes you feel the difference.
When talking about places to visit, add Palampur tourist places to your bucket list.
One can visit the town from March to December, it is the best time. Palampur is well connected by road to all the major cities. Palampur is chained through roadways to various cities like Pathankot, Mandi, Dharamshala, Shimla, and Chandigarh through state-run buses. Private cabs are also available to travel or you can drive to Palampur. It is located at a distance of 490 km from Delhi, there is a number of Delhi to Palampur buses. In fact, there are various luxurious Delhi to Palampur Volvo buses travelling.
Grab a seat and enjoy the ride through the mountains, crossing the river and visit the eternal beautiful place Palampur.
This village is sprinkled with the eloquent art galleries, paddy fields, and ancient shrines. It has achieved international fame for its tea plantation.