The Bhagsunag Fall, some 11 km away from Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh, is a popular tourist spot in McLeod Ganj. The fall is located in a town that attracts tourists for its waterfalls, fresh water springs, old temples and slate queries. The fall is a natural water spring with a deep religious significance – it’s devoted to Lord Shiva. It’s a place for experiencing natural charms and religious piety together.
The Bhagsunag Fall is breathtaking in every sense and it’s cuddled with gigantic hills. Nature lovers come in a great numbers to feel and see the dribble of waterfall that gives an awe-inspiring look after the monsoon. Legends and tales abound in this town where along with Lord Shiva, the snake god Bhagsu Nag is also associated with all its myriad charms.
A trip to the Bhagsunag Fall gives tourists and nature lovers alike an opportunity to relish the enchanting view of the pure water coming out of the waterfall accompanied with smog from a height of 20 feet. Reaching to the fall in itself is a great experience as one has to climb on the hill to be here. This beautiful fall is a major attraction here and you should give it a visit.