Palampur - Nature Unspoilt

kangra region in himachal

Wah is located in Palampur, an untouched hill-station in the Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh, also known as the tea- capital of North-West India.

Palampur is famous for its picturesque snow-clad mountains, pine forests and tea gardens. Due to the numerous streams flowing from the mountains to the plains through Palampur, the town gets its name from the local word 'Pulum' meaning abundance of water.

Palampur is located at 32.12°N 76.53°E below the Dhauladhar Range at an approximate height of 3800-4000 ft above sea level. Moreover, this region is becoming popular due to its proximity to Dharamshala (abode of Buddhism).

Weather Conditions

Palampur can be visited throughout the year

  • Summers (Apr-Jun) offer a pleasant warm climate with temperatures ranging from 15°C to 35°C.
  • Monsoons (Jul-Sep) do not have enough rain to serve as a deterrent.
  • Winters (Nov-Feb) are cold with minimum temperatures reaching as low as 0°C and offering a majestic view of the snow-clad Dhauladhars.
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