Around Pathankot

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Kathgarh  Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Its main attraction is the 6 ft high Sivalinga. Located at the conflux point of the River Beas and Chonch it is characterized by mystical origins with Roman architectural style present in its intricate design.



Located at the Noorpur Fort, this temple is devoted to Lord Krishna and it has a stunning black stone idol of the deity. It was fetched from Rajasthan during the reign of Raja Jagat Singh. The walls are adorned with ancient paintings from Indian mythology.

Mini Goa


Affectionately called “Mini Goa” as the coastline resembles that of Goa, it comprises a huge lake formed by the waters of Ranjit Sagar Dam that runs adjacent to the hotel. Accessible via the 592 m long Atal Setu Bridge across the river, the site is surrounded by lush greenery, fresh sparkling water and date palm trees. Plan a picnic and enjoy a boat ride on the magnificent waters as you take in the stunning views.



Home to the popular shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi, Jammu also offers numerous other religious places, mountainous ideal for trekking and biking adventures and rich culture. An ideal spot for pilgrimage, natural beauty and adventure.

Mansar Lake


This magnificent lake attracts pilgrims in large numbers because of its connection to the sacred Mansarovar Lake in Tibet. A popular attraction at the lake is the shrine of Sheshnag, the Lord of Serpents. In close proximity stand the Durga and Umapati Mahadev temples. Do take a boat ride on the lake bordered by pine trees and enjoy the sheer beauty of your surrounding



A scenic hill station situated at a height of 1,970 metres above sea level. Offers panoramic views of the snow-capped peaks and dotted with charming meadows, dense jungles and cascading waterfalls. Established in 1854, it was named after Lord Dalhousie and was one of the favourite summer destinations of the Britishers during the colonial era.