The high snow-clad mountain ranges form a magnificent backdrop to the hill station of Dharamshala. 
This is the principal township of Kangra district and overlooks wide spread of the plains. 
Its sheer topographic diversity, with dense pine and deodar forests, numerous streams, cool healthy mountain air, tea gardens, verdurous & lush and pristine natural beauty and a nearby snowline.


Kharota has everything to offer for a holiday traveller. 

Mountain Biking
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Guests can pre-book paragliding slots at the safest place for gliding and with most exhilarating views. Pick-up and Drop from the kharota camp to paragliding site are inclusive. Please contact Camp manager for details on Paragliding Packages.

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Guests can explore nearby hill slopes with mountain bikes. Please contact Camp manager for details on mountain biking.

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The lush green himalayan tea garden estate is situated 5 km from Kharota camping. Guest visit to tea garden is done as per request. Please contact Camp manager for details on tea garden visit.

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Kharota Camping is situated at the foothill of dhauladhars. Trek to Thatharan, Chatkar and Triund with local guide is available as per guest request.

The day trek and Overnight stay both options are provided for guests.

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Masrur Rock Cut temple in kangra valley nagara-styled monolithic memoir carved out of a single colossal rock. The holy shrine is located at a hilltop in Kangra district. The temple is built in the Beas River valley, in the foothills of the Himalayas, facing the snowy peaks of the Dhauladhar range.

The rock-cut temple is located in the valley, on the top of a naturally rocky hill, which Hargreaves in 1915 described as, "standing some 2,500 feet above sea level, and commanding, a magnificent view over a beautiful, well-watered and fertile tract, their situation, though remote, is singularly pleasing".


According to a local legend, the Pandavas of Mahabharata fame resided here during their "incognito" exile from their kingdom and built this temple.

A day trek to Masrur Temple along with local guide is provided to Guests as per request.