Mcleordganj : Day 1 continues

thing I did after I stepped out my cab was to inch forward to my pre booked
hotel and after a  long shower I quickly rushed to have my lunch in one of the
hotel near by. After a long journey and my lunch, I felt refreshed…and soon I
lost in the hills……
 As it was decided, my dear friend who designed
my whole trip joined me to explore the place more closely ……soon we stepped
forward to famous Bhagsunath Water Fall which was behind the Bhagsunath Temple

…..It was 20 minutes walk from my hotel…..walking along with the hills close to
you can feel the freshness in the air……

the road was well constructed , but not the whole roads leads to the fall was well defined …..After some point ,  there was narrow path …and one have to be careful while walking to the falls…..but I
liked the whole experience of walking towards the Bhagsu falls…

soon I
was right there in the water which was cold like anything…..after some photo
clicks …I sipped a cup of tea and biscuits which were readily available in the
tiny shops up on the rock….or you can say….On The Edge…….
Well my next destination was “ Naddi” …the Sunset point….the
breathe taking view of Himalayas with three most beautiful peaks….. Moon Peak,
Matrohorn Peak and Dromedary Peak just mesmerized me like anything. The
panoramic view of the three peaks with the glacier along with it just makes you
realize that heaven is right here on the earth. I felt my journey was worth
coming here after experiencing the mesmerizing view of Himalayas. As the sun
was slowly leaving it last rays in the valley , a new edition of beauty had
just added with The Moon on the sky specially right on the top of the three
peaks …….it holds you to stay back to stare at hour after hour …….

And I followed the path to my hotel leaving behind the
paradise …….




  1. anjali gupta

    Nice blog post 🙂
    Mcleodganj and Dhramsala are amazing tourist destinations for anyone who wish to witness snow covered white Himalayan peaks. There are plenty of hotels in Dharamsala for tourists and travellers.


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