Nestled in the Dhauladhar Range of Himalayas is a small yet beautiful hill station called Palampur. This region has a number of streams and brooks that form a mesh like structure, offering a unique view. This town was discovered by the British during the mid-nineteenth century and has been bustling with its extensive tea plantation ever since. The colonial remains can still be seen in this region, which is served on a platter of picturesque natural landscape.
Located in the Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh, Palampur experiences a moderate to cool climate throughout the year making it an ideal tourist destination all year round. The Tea Gardens of Palampur are not the sole treasure of the 'Tea Capital of North-West India'. Many other sightseeing attractions like Tashi Jong Monastery, Neugal Khad, Baijnath Temple, Saurabh Van Vihar and Andretta Pottery etc. One can also enjoy shopping in this district which offers to be one of the upscale markets of Kangra district.