Located in Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, Dalhousieis a pristine town built by the British during the colonial time and the name“Dalhousie” was given after “Lord Dalhousie” the then British Governor Generalof India Lord. The hill station is located on the west side of DhauladharMountain Range which are part of Himalayas and is built on five hills knowns asKathalagh, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora. This place is famous for heritageproperties with colonial architecture which were mostly built during the Victorianera. The famous places to visit in Dalhousie are Dainkund Peak, Khajjiar,Satdhara Falls, Tibetan Market, Kalatop and Kalatop Forest etc. There are manytourist attractions offering several beautiful bungalows and villas, hotels fortourists to stay. It gives you an opportunity to walk through the dense forestsof the hills, deodar, pine and oak trees, rejuvenating your mind and body. Thesereasons are attracting numerous visitors every year, to interact with thelocals and cheer their folk dance and music with regional cuisine that willshow you the total picture of Dalhousie culture.