Gallu waterfall- A Nature Lover's Paradise

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Water fall café, Galu Waterfall Trail, Galu Devi, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, 176219
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The iconic Gallu waterfall is a scenic waterfall near Dharamkot which is located in an offbeat location away from the usual hustle and bustle of Mcleodganj. With the captivating sight of the waterfall cascading down the rugged mountains in the midst of lush greenary and adding with it a refreshing smell of moist soil as a natural fragnance, The Gullu waterfall stands as a testament to the raw beauty of nature.

For people who are in search of exploring alluring waterfalls, then Gullu waterfall should stay on your list of places to visit in Mcleodganj. The mesmerizing beauty of the water is bound to leave you spellbound specially when the sunlight gets reflected from the water and brings with it a ray of optimism to the nearby surroundings. 

From being awe inspired by the thunderous sounds of the waterfall to getting sprinkled by the falling water while attemoting to click a photo, Gallu waterfall is definately a travelers paradise as it promises to provide an unforgettable experience in the heart of the Himalayas like never before.

How to Reach?

  1. Mcleodganj>Dharamkot>Gallu village>Gallu waterfall
  2. Delhi>Pathankot>Mcleodganj>Dharamkot>Gallu village>Gallu waterfall

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Gallu waterfalls is from March to June & from September to November. But make sure to start early & return before 5pm as it will be difficult to navigate your path at night in the forests. 

While visiting make sure to carry light snacks as well as plenty of water as you require them the most on the way since you have to trek in order to reach Gallu Waterfalls.

Where to stay?

The nearest hotels are located in Dharamkot and you can book them online or physically as per convinience.

Who should visit?

  1. Nature lovers
  2. Photographers
  3. People who are in search of peace
  4. Group travellers
  5. Hikers 

Who should not visit?

  1. People with an intention of consuming alcohol to enjoy the scenic beauty
  2. Problems related to physical mobility
  3. Asthma patients/People with cardiological issues or other chronic medical problems
  4. Infants and children below 12 years.


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