Nestling in the lap of the mighty Himalayas at a towering height of 4,780 ft above sea level, Dharamshala is one of the most charming hill stations of India. A proud possession of the Indian State of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamshala is renowned as home to His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. From McLeodganj, which still oozes its old British charm to Kotwali Bazar with its inherently Kangra ethos, travellers arriving in town for a vacation in Dharamshala will find much to keep themselves occupied. To commemorate the lives of the heroes of post-independence India, tourists can step in the interesting War Memorial, which is located amidst dense pine trees right at the entrance of the hill station. Another worth-visiting museum in Dharamshala is the Kangra Art Museum, which showcases an expansive collection of traditional arts and crafts of the region. A visit to St. John's Church will take holiday makers back to the colonial times. The presence of many temples makes Dharamshala an importance place of religious importance, as well. The Chamunda Devi Temple, Baijnath Shiv Temple and Jawalamukhi Temple are just few of the pious sites that tourists coming on a Dharamshala trip must not miss. Then of course, McLeodganj- a part of Dharamshala, is the best place to enjoy some local as well as Tibetan food and pick up some curios to take back home. To explore this marvellous hill station in a hassle-free manner, tourists can pick a suitable travel package from MakeMyTrip.