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Jaipur to Dharamsala Flights

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There are three connecting flights and one direct flight from Jaipur to Dharamshala daily: SpiceJet, Alliance Air, and IndiGo operate these flights. The SpiceJet direct flight takes about 1 hour and 35 minutes. The earliest flight departs at 6:25 am, while the last flight takes off at 8:45 am. SpiceJet operates both these flights.

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Flights from Jaipur to Dharamsala


About Dharamsala Airport

The Kangra-Gaggal Airport, also called the Kangra Airport, is about 11 km from Kangra and 13 km from Dharamshala. The Kangra-Gaggal Airport (IATA: DHM, ICAO: VIGG) operates regular flights to New Delhi, and its terminal can accommodate up to 100 passengers. Also known as the Dharamshala airport, it is well-connected to Dharamshala by private and state buses, cabs, and autos.

It is the largest airport in Himachal Pradesh. However, owing to its limited runway space and high-altitude location of 2525 feet above sea level, the airport has a load penalty, and aircraft are not allowed to take off at full capacity, which results in under-utilisation and higher airfares on this route. However, plans are afoot to relocate the airport as part of a rehabilitation program.

About Dharamshala

Dharamshala is a scenic tourist spot in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, approximately 18 km from Kangra town. The place is world-famous as the residence of the Dalai Lama and is home to Tibetan monks in exile.

The city is divided into upper and lower divisions with various elevations. The lower division is the region of Dharamshala, while the upper division is known as McLeodganj. The name Dharamshala originated from the Hindi words “Dharam”, meaning religion, and “Shala”, meaning abode.

Hence, Dharamshala is said to be a shelter or resthouse for pilgrims and is a prominent religious city and pilgrimage in India. Tourists visit Dharamshala during both summer and winter. The sheer scenic beauty of the place is the principal tourist attraction. Gaggal Airport is the nearest to Dharamshala, situated about 13 km away, and the closest railway station is in Pathankot, about 85 km away.

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HPCA Stadium  

A quaint cricket stadium in the lap of the Himalayan mountain range, HPCA is at 1,457 metres above sea level. This cricket ground is one of the highest sports grounds in the world. The spectacular views from the ground make the visit all the more special.

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Triund is located 9 km from Mcleodganj at a very high altitude of over 9000 feet, giving a splendid view of the Mon Peak and Indrahar Pass. One has to trek for 3 to 5 hours to reach the top. Triund’s cleanliness and pristine environment will win over every visitor. If you come to Dharamsala, you must make it a point to visit Triund, one of its greatest attractions.

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Namgyal Monastery, Mcleodganj

Namgyal Monastery is located in the Tsuglagkhang Complex and is one of the most visited tourist attractions near Dharamsala. Besides being the residence of the Holy Dalai Lama, this complex is home to temples, bookstores, and many other shops.

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Dalai Lama Temple

The Dalai Lama Temple Complex, also known as the Tsuglakhang Temple, is a politico-religious centre in Dharamshala that showcases Tibetan culture. The temple is also a peaceful meditation centre and has become a revered pilgrimage for Buddhists. Its peaceful environment attracts tourists from all over the world.

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Kangra Museum

The Kangra Museum exhibits splendid marvels of Tibetan and Buddhist artworks and their rich history. It is near the Dharamshala bus station and displays antique jewellery, rare coins, paintings, sculptures, and pottery.

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War Memorial

War Memorial is one of Dharamshala's most interesting places to visit and is located in the pine forests near the city. The charming GPG college started here during the British period. It is the memorial built at the entry point of Dharamshala, dedicated to those who fought to defend the motherland.


About Jaipur Airport

Jaipur International airport (IATA Code: JAI) is the central airport serving Jaipur, the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan. According to the Airports Council International, the airport was declared the World's Best Airport in the 2 to 5 million passengers per annum category for 2015 and 2016.

Terminal 1 caters to international arrivals and departures, while Terminal 2 handles domestic flights. The airport is situated at Sanganer and will be expanded to 18,000 sq m. Moreover, it provides all modern amenities to travellers like restaurants, cafés, and a smoking area. Rented cars, taxis, and bus services are also available. The airport is 13 km from Jaipur city centre and is easily accessible by bus or taxi.

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About Jaipur

The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur, is the perfect blend of culture, heritage, and mesmerising architecture, making visiting the city an unforgettable experience. It has an array of stately forts, majestic palaces, and many attractions like the Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, colourful fountains, Birla Mandir, and Jal Mahal among others. Jaipur is called the Pink City because of the pink stone used for the construction of many of the buildings in the city, which gives it a unique look.

The city has an efficient transport system, and the National Highway connects it to many other Indian cities. Moreover, the Jaipur Railway Station is also one of the cleanest in India, and the Jaipur International Airport connects the city to many domestic and international destinations.

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Hawa Mahal

The Hawa Mahal is one of the most famous places to visit in Jaipur. Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh built this palace in the year 1799. The palace of red and pink sandstone has 953 small latticed windows to allow air to circulate freely within its walls. It is a great example of sheer technical skill and excellent craftsmanship.

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Nahargarh Fort 

Located in the Aravalli mountains, Nahargarh Fort offers stunning views of the entire city. Maharaja Jai Singh built this fort in 1734. Initially, the fort was called Sudarshangarh but was later named Nahargarh after Raja Nahar Singh.

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Amber Palace 

Also called Amer Fort, Amber Palace is about 11 Km from Jaipur. Raja Man Singh built this fort in 1592. Later, Raja Jai ​​Singh II, the founder of Jaipur city, gave the fort a facelift. The fort has four divisions: the Diwan-i-Aam, Sheesh Mahal, Sukh Mandir, and Kesar Kyari.

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City Palace 

City Palace, called the Heart of Jaipur, is another famous spot in Jaipur. It was built between 1729 and 1732 by Jai Singh II, the king of Amer. The palace is home to the Govind Dev Ji Temple, Chandra Mahal, which has now been turned into a museum, Diwan-e-Khas, Maharani Palace, Bhaggi Khana, Diwan-e-Aam, and Pritam Niwas Chowk.

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Jantar Mantar  

The scientific wonder was built by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur, in 1729. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Jantar Mantar was constructed for astronomers to learn more about space. Apart from Jaipur, Raja Sawai Jai ​​Singh II also built Jantar Mantars in New Delhi, Varanasi, Mathura, and Ujjain.

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Jaigarh Fort 

The stately fort is made from red sandstone in the Aravalli mountain range. Jai Singh II built the fort in 1726, and its architecture is uniquely Rajasthani. Jaigarh Fort is also called Vijay Fort.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are currently six airports in Rajasthan that handle the heavy inflow of tourists. Jaipur International Airport, Jaipur, and Maharana Pratap Airport, Udaipur, are among the busiest. 

Jaipur International Airport is also called the Sanganer Airport, as it is situated in the southern region of Sanganer. It is also the state’s only international airport. 

The main airport in Dharamshala is the Kangra Airport, where all flights to and from Dharamshala operate. It is located in Gaggal, in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh.

Yes, flights do operate from Dharamshala. SpiceJet and Alliance Air operate flights between Dharamshala and Jaipur via Delhi. 

March to mid-July: If you are looking to beat the scorching summer heat, March to about mid-July is the best time to go. Summer months are perfect for a trip to the hills when the temperatures range between 22° C and 35° C.

The IATA code for Jaipur International Airport in Sanganer is JAI.  

Dharamshala Airport is called the Kangra-Gaggal Airport or Kangra Airport, about 13 km from Dharamshala. The IATA code for Kangra-Gaggal Airport is DHM.

Dharamshala is more picturesque. If you love photography, you will always love this place. However, Shimla is also beautiful but very congested and commercialised. To get better shots, you may have to move further north toward Narkanda, Naldehra, and Fagu. 

The first flight from Jaipur to Dharamsala, operated by SpiceJet, departs at 6:25 am. 

The shortest flight from Jaipur to Dharamshala takes 1 hour and 35 minutes. 

Jaipur International airport is located in Sanganer, 13  km from Jaipur city centre. One can get to the airport from the city by bus or taxi.  

A Covid-19 (RT-PCR) testing facility is available for all domestic passengers. 
Airport Information

Dharamshala VPO Sarah, Dharmshala, Himachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh 176213

Jaipur Jaipur International Airport Airport Rd, Sanganer, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302029

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