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UNA Comfort Great Himalayan Adventure Resort, Mcleodganj

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It is located near the residence of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama and the Namgyal Monastery. The resort is named after the famous temple of Bhagsunath. Sprawled over wide area with lush green deodar trees, spacious lawns and backdrop of the majestic Dhauladhar mountains,which presents nature at its very best. At UNA Comfort Great Himalayan Adventure, nature plays a major part in creating the mood for the entire setting. Whether nesting by our evening campfires or soaking in the Sun’s radiance UNA Comfort Great Himalayan Adventure is an ideal place for a week-end trip that rejuvenates your soul, a week-long journey to find your calling; a starting point for your mountaineering expedition, or even a stop-over for your backpacking journey across this beautiful region. As you walk down a short-trek from the road towards Bhagsu Nag Temple, you cannot help but notice the intricate beauty that allows our resort to blend in with Himachal’s natural beauty. With a strong emphasis on keeping things “simple” and “natural”,Bhagsu Valley Resort is all about experiencing nature for what it really is. Bhagsu Valley resort is located in the tranquil bhagsu Valley .It features individual cottages ,swiss luxury tents and fully furnished rooms.

A variety of organic cuisines are served at the in-house restaurant .Conference facility is available.Guests may avail various ayurvedic treatments and kairali massage .Other activities include trekking, mountaineering, nature walk and horse riding. The resort also arranges sight seeing tours. Best time to visit: – It is very cold in winters (October to February). During the months of December and January, most of the regions are covered with snow. Monsoons offer fewer rainfalls during July and August .Best period to visit this place is all through the year.

Flora :– McLeodganj has snowy peaks and a versatile range of flora and fauna. It is full of pine, oak, and deodar forests.

Location :– Located in the upper part of Dharamsala The Dhauladhar range which rises spectacularly from the Indian plains to the north of Dharamsala

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Tsuglag Khang (Central Cathedral)
Though a plain and utilitarian substitute for its far more splendid name sake in Lhasa, also known as the Jokhang, the Tsuglag Khang is nevertheless fascinating and peaceful.Situated opposite the residence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama,Tsuglag Khang is known to the local Indians as the Main Temple. It houses three main images: thatof the Sakyamuni Buddha, Padmasambhava and Avalokitesvara, the Buddha of Compassion, of whom the Dalai Lama is the current emanation. The principal image is that of Sakyamuni Buddha, measuring three metres high and made of gilded bronze. To its right are the images of Padmasambhava and Avalokitesvara which are both facing Tibet.

Namgyalma Stupa
Surrounded by prayer wheels, this Buddhist stupa, is located in the centre of McLeod Gunj. Erected as a memorial to those Tibetans who lost their lives fighting for a free Tibet, Namgyalma Stupa stands as a monument to the determination of a suppressed people to preserve their distinctive way of life against overwhelming odds. With a statue of the Sakyamuni Buddha enshrined in a small chamber, the stupa is built in the tradition of the third century Indian Emperor Ashoka and represents peace and progress. Day and night, devotees turn prayer wheels as they circumambulate the stupa, reciting mantras.

Church Of St. John In The Wilderness
Fifteen minutes’ walk from McLeod Gunj, the Anglican church lies in the forest near Forsyth Gunj. This neo-Gothic stone church was built in 1852 and has some fine Belgian stained-glass windows. It miraculously survived the 1905 earthquake – only the spire collapsed. A memorial to Lord Elgin stands in the churchyard. The British Viceroy died in Dharamsala and is buried here. Visiting hours for the church and cemetery are 10 am to 5 pm each day.

Dal Lake
About three kilometers from McLeod Gunj and next to the Tibetan Children’s Village, this small lake is brownish in colour and not nearly as impressive as the name and reputation suggest. However, there are many interesting walks around the lake.

This ancient temple is 2 kms from Mcleodganj.. Close to this temple is a beautiful waterfall.Near the Dal Lake is the shrine of Bhagsunath an easy walk from the Mecleod ganj. Famous for its ancient temple and a pretty waterfall not far away. The rock temple dedicated to local Goddess is just 3 km from Kotwali Bazaar.

This village, twenty minutes’ walk further up the hill from McLeod Gunj, is a favourite picnic spot with a panoramic view of the Kangra Valley. It is possible to rent houses from local Indians if you are planning a longish stay.

Mcleodganj to Triund is a 9 km gradual trek which passes through the Dharmkot and Rakkar villages. The tracks from Rawa, Dal lake, Dharamkot and Bhagsu meet at a ridge known as Galu Devi (2130m) which has a small temple and a water point. From Galu Oevi onward the track is smooth and clear and ascends through a mixed forest of oaks and rhododendrons. The track then gradually gains height and winds round the ridges looking towards Dharamsala and the Kangra valley. The last climb after a snow nullah rises abruptly with steep ascents and the track weaves through twenty two curves making the ascent tiring and difficult. On this track one can spot many types of birds. Monals are in plenty. The black bear, leopards, pigs and wild goats are also found in this region. There is a small forest bungalow at Triund located on a big and green subsidiary ridge of the Dhauladhar range. The forest bungalow was built some years ago.

The Norbulingka Institute The Norbulingka Institute of Tibetan Culture was founded by the Department of Religion and Culture to preserve and promote Tibetan art and culture in exile. It derives its name from the His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s beautiful summer residence, the Norbulingka (Jewel Garden), set in parkland two kilometers from Lhasa.Fearing for the future of Tibet’s cultural heritage, the Seventh Dalai Lama, Kelsang Gyatso, established institutes of arts and science there in 1754.Today, with occupied-Tibet undergoing the bleakest period in its history, the Norbulingka Institute in Dharamsala has taken the initiative to preserve the roots of Tibetan culture in exile. The institute is sited in a scenic valley below Dharamsala.

Chinmaya Tapovan
An ashram complex has been established by late Swami Chinmayananda, a noted exponent of the Gita, at a distance of approximately 10 km from Dharamsala on the banks of the rivulet Bindu Saras. The complex includes a 9 m high image of Lord Hanuman, a magnificent Rama temple, a meditation hall, a school, and a health and recreation centre.

Kangra town is 18 km from Dharamsala. This was the first seat of Raja Sansar Chand II (1775-1823) .One of the ancient capital of powerful hill state-fort of Nagarkot(3km) stands as a mute witness to the ravages of conquerors from Mahmood of Ghazni to the Emperor Jehangir, and the disastrous earthquake of 1905. The place is now called “Purana Kangra”.2 km from the bus stand is the temple dedicated to the goddess Barjeshwari Devi.

Tatwani & Machhial (500 mt)
20 km fro Dharamsala and 4 km from Rait (on Dharamsala-Pathankot Road) is the beautiful waterfall. 5 km down lies the hot spring of Tatwani (a contraction of Tatta pani) on the bank of Gaj rivulet, a tributory of Beas. The hot spring issues at a height of about five feet from the side of the hill.

Another 20 km from Kangra is the famous Chamunda Nandikeshwar dham. This place also has a beautiful bathing ghat and a small temple across the bridge joining the ghat. There are ample arrangements to stay in the temple sarai and the rest house at Dadh. Up in the Dhauladhar hills, a trek of about 16 km, is the place where Bhagwati Chamunda, according to the Puranas, Vanquished the demons Chand and Munda.

MASRUR- Rock cut Temple
Masrur (800mt)-Masrur is 36 km from Dharamsala on Nagrota Surian link road and is famous for remarkable group of rock cut temples. They form a group of 15 monolithic rock cut temples in the Indo Aryan style and are richly carved. The main shrine contains three stone images of Ram laxman and Sita but the presence of the figure of Shiva in the centre of the lintel affors a strong presumption that the temple was originally dedicated to Mahadeva.

  • Multicuisine restaurant
  • Health & Fitness
  • Laundry
  • Room Service
  • Satellite Tv
  • Wake-Up Call
  • Resort Parking
  • Internet Access
  • Sight Seeing Tours
  • Children Recreation Activities
  • Jogging In Village Road
  • Doctor On Call
  • City Centre On Request
  • Car Rental
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Tours & Travel Packages
  • Indoor/Outdoor Games
  • Wedding/Marriage Arrangements
  • Tea Coffee Maker In The Room

With Banquet space available for 90 guests we are sure to provide the guest with options to suit requirements. Whatever the occasion, we leave no stone unturned to make the occasion a grand success.

We have ample resources and skills to cater to all occasions like theme dinners, conferences, dealers meet, training seminars and wedding receptions. All related arrangement for audio-visual, sound and light etc are readily available on request.

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