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visit in winter

Amritsar, India
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visit in winter

i want to visit at dalhousie in last weak of december is it gud for emjoying.and what type of wheather is there .and how much travellers are arrived in wheather

New Delhi, India
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1. Re: visit in winter

Winter are chilly with temperature ranging between 10°C to 1°C. Snowfall usually occur during winters making it ideal for honeymooning.

If you are in for adventure and snow doesn't deter you, then it is the best time to go visit Dalhousie. Another bonus is that winter is not the peak tourist season which means you'll find it serene and less touristy which is an advantage considering how crowded it can get in peak tourist season.

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(RIP eng :D)

it is great time to visit... if you want good view try hotels on top, but that would be cool and pain in sholders to carry your luggage. roads get blocked most of the time. places like snow point gets roads blocked with snow. so make sure you hire huge and good cars that are capable of facing such things.

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3. Re: visit in winter

There are chances of snowfall at Kalatop Sanctuary area towards the end of December or in the first week of January. Many visitors are visiting during this time because of the new year holidays.

Thanks and regards,

Manali Bookings.

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