Google McLeod Ganj Photos and you’ll realize this is one place you have to visit atleast once in your lifetime! McLeod Ganj has a historical and spiritual significance, His Holiness the Dalai Lama resides in this town.
A small town, many people visit McLeod Ganj while on their trip to Dharamshala. Situated in the lap of the Dhauladhar mountain Range, the village is named after Lord David McLeod, the English lieutenant governor of Punjab, who founded it in 1848 as a hill retreat. The suffix Ganj is a common Hindi/ Urdu word for ‘neighbourhood’.
McLeod Ganj tourism mainly involves trekking and hiking activities. Many a mountaineers have come, seen and conquered the peaks McLeod Ganj has to offer! So, are you planning a trip to McLeod Ganj? Allow us to be your McLeod Ganj travel guide!