Continuing our journey to Mcleodganj from Dharamshala. In this vlog, we will cover the remaining places that we discussed in part -1 of our Mcleodganj from Dharamshala tour.
We started our Mcleodganj trip in the crazy and sunny winter season during Christmas, travelling on our scooter and covering the famous Church of St. John in the Wilderness (1852) along with a glimpse of the famous Tibetian market also known as Mcleodganj market.
In this vlog, we continued our journey by taking you inside the Mcleodganj Monastery, a complete tour followed by walking towards the Bhagsu Nag temple, covering our walk on foot, and finally, we take you to the famous Bhagsu Nag waterfalls. A twisted mountain walk towards the falls.
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Before you plan to walk uphills towards the waterfalls, make sure to fill your stomach with a delicious Tibetan meal from the nearby restaurant. We recommend you to have a plate of Momos and Noodles before you begin your trip and do carry a water bottle, preferably your own.
Do not litter on the mountains otherwise, you will be penalized for the same. Remember, either you or your children will make a visit to this place in the future, so it’s your duty to keep the place as it is i.e neat and clean.
Mcleodganj from Dharamshala trip recommendations:
|1||Best time to visit Mcleodganj – May to July (Summers)|
|2||Best time to watch Snowfall – Early January|
|3||Best hours to visit Mcleodganj – Between (11 am – 5 pm)|
|4||Recommended restaurant for quality food – Mcllo Beer Bar and restaurant|
|5||Must-try cuisine – Thupka (Veg & Non-Veg) and Momos|
If you’re travelling in winters make sure to wear warm woollen clothes to save yourself from the cold winters and if you’re lucky, you will find snow.
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