There are quite a few things to do in Bhagsu apart from visiting cafes.
Some of the things are –
1. Bhagsu Nag Temple
It is among the must-visit places in McLeod Ganj. Take a dip in the cool water which is present in the premises of the temple, for positive energy, and visit the ancient temple for its architecture and history.
2. Bhagsu Nag Waterfall
If you have visited the Bhagsu Nag Temple, but don’t know where to go?
Head straight To Bhagsu Nag Waterfall. The walk to the waterfall is scenic and breathtaking and a bit steep too, actually more than a bit. Take proper rests between and enjoy the moment.
However, there are few shops in-between just in case you need something to eat and also the same when you reach the waterfall.
3. Shiva Cafe
You might be thinking, why I am listing the cafe again?
This cafe is above the waterfall, the only one in that particular area and that too at this height.
But there’s a steep climb (you have to climb everywhere since it’s mountains) to reach there. Enjoy your food with mountain views, sitting above the waterfall.
4. Shop in the local markets
The market starts before the Bhagsu Nag Temple. It doesn’t have anything different to offer apart from some local handmade items and clothes.
But still, if you found something interesting then let me know.
However, Dharamkot is just a few steps away from Upper Bhagsu. By a few steps, I mean few steps you just have to climb the stairs and a normal walk.
The next day, you can opt for Triund Trek but you must keep things in mind before you start your trek.
What people will be encountering in Upper Bhagsu?
You will be meeting people from across the world who shares common interest’s like you do my friends “Travelling”.
Some of them living here for the past few months, a year, or for a few days practicing yoga, learning meditation depriving peace, and gaining cultural insights.
In my point of view, don’t travel like a Tourist be a Traveler instead who learns something and in-return shares the knowledge, adapt to the conditions and most important travel responsibly.
Do let me know your experience in the comments below and also if you found something knowledgeable to share, contact, or just drop it below.