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Palampur Itinerary: Top 10 Places To Visit in Palampur in 2 Days

Places To Visit in Palampur

When planning for weekend holidays, Palampur is one of the top travel destinations in Himachal Pradesh. This beautiful place is set against the Himalayas mesmerising Dhauladhar Range. Popularly called the Tea Capital of North India, this beautiful town is stocked with many attractive spots you would love to explore. So, if you wish to spend your joyous weekend here, let us brief you about the top places you should visit in Palampur. 

Best Places To Visit In Palampur In 2 Days

1. Chamunda Devi Temple

You can begin your Palampur Itinerary journey by taking blessings of Goddess Durga at Chamunda Devi Temple. This holy shrine is said to be 700 years old, & is just 10 km from Palampur. This temple is nestled amidst the heavy forests with enormous mountain peaks at the backdrop. Chamunda Devi Temple attracts many devotees who visit here to get blessings of the goddess, & immerse in its sacred atmosphere. 

2. Shree Jakhani Mata Temple

Jakhani Mata Temple is another famous pilgrimage travel spot in Palampur. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Jakhani. When visiting this holy shrine, you should attend the morning & evening aarti. Besides praying to the deity, you can also explore the nearby tea plantations & surrounding beauty. 

3. Jwalamukhi Temple

Apart from being a Tea Capital, Palampur is also a hub of religious sites, as you can see multiple temples here. Among these temples is Jwalamukhi Temple. Unlike other temples, where you worship idols of deities, there is no idol of goddess. She is worshipped in the flame form, & that is how it got its name. The temple is included among the Shakti Peethas, having 9 sanctums that are named after Goddesses. 

4. Baijnath Temple

Baijnath Temple is also one of the revered Shiva temples in Himachal’s Kangra region. Going by a mythological fact, this is the first place where the demon king of Lanka, Ravana, worshipped Shiva to get the boon of immortality. What attracts this temple is its fabulous architectural structure that will remind you of Jagannath Temple in Puri. The best time to visit Palampur to reach this temple is from March & June in summer, & from November to February in winter. 

5. Tashi Jong Monastery

Tashi Jong Monastery is home to many refugees from Tibet. This monastery can be spotted with its flying flags, red painted roofs, & Tibetan art on the wall, and thick loom-like stupa, indicating a perfect craftsmanship. It is undoubtedly the best place to travel in Palampur.

6. Tea Gardens

As mentioned above, Palampur is famously called the Tea Capital of North India, as you can stroll through its lush green tea gardens spread widely across the region. It is a perfect retreat for all tea lovers who must have a hot Kangra long-leaf green tea sip. 

7. Saurabh Van Vihar

Visiting Saurabh Van Vihar & enjoying picnicking with your kids is one of the best things to do in Palampur. Nestled in the lush green valley of Himachal, the foundation of this garden was laid down by a brave Army Officer, Captain Saurabh Kalia. This fantastic garden houses 151 species of herbs with medicinal properties. 

8. Dhauladhar National Park

Dhauladhar National Park is a fascinating place for wildlife lovers. It houses several endangered animals, including angora rabbits, deers, black bears, leopards, red foxes, sambhars, & Asiatic lions.

9. Sobha Singh Art Gallery

If your eyes rest on beautiful paintings, you should visit Sobha Singh Art Gallery in Palampur. The art gallery is named after the renowned painter Sobha Singh, whose artworks are famous worldwide. Here, you will find the displays of his canvas prints, sculptures, & posters. 

10. Al-Hilal

Last on the list of top 10 places to visit in Palampur is Al-Hilal. The term stands for Land of the Crescent Moon. It is a popular tourist attraction you would love to explore because of its picturesque view. It is an ideal weekend getaway for those who wish to escape from bustling city life, & want to be at peace with themselves amidst greenery & calmness at this place. 

Where To Stay In Palampur For 2 Days

To explore all the above exciting tourist destinations, you must confirm your staycation by booking jüSTa Palampur Resort & Convention Centre. It is one of the best luxury resorts in Palampur that fulfils all the needs of its visitors with its flawless hospitality services. The facilities provided here include 27 rooms with the provision to accommodate a third occupant, a Multi-Cuisine Restaurant, The Jehan Banquet Hall, & a Kaafal Cafe. It will be easy for you to visit the tourist attractions near this resort. 

Conclusion

To make your journey exciting & memorable, we have briefed you about the top 10 places to visit in Palampur. All these places are worth visiting as a solo traveller, with family, or partner. To confirm your luxury stay, we mentioned the best luxury resort where you will be experiencing the range of modern facilities. So make the best of your moments in Palampur & enjoy a joyous journey to this Tea Capital of North India.

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