Village Dharamkot is located just above McLeod Ganj, also known as 'Upper Dharamsala.'
There are two main ways of getting to Dharamshala: the first is to take a goverment or private bus
directly to Dharamsala or Mcleodganj from any major city in Northern India such as Kulu, Mandi, Dheradun, Rishikesh,
Agra or Delhi. The second way is to take a night train from Delhi to Pathankot, and then to proceed by bus from Pathankot to Mcleodganj.
There are also direct flights now available between Delhi and Kangra. Train reservations can easily be made through the Foreigners
Reservation Office at railway stations in Mumbai, Madras, Calcutta and Delhi. Payments can be made in English Pounds or U.S. Dollars.
If you are paying in Indian Rupees, you may be required to show an encashment certificate.
Once you arrive in Dharamshala, you may take a bus (8 Rupees) or shared jeep (10 Rupees) up to McLeod Ganj.
From there, you can walk (20 minutes) or take a rickshaw via the TIPA (Tibertan Institute for Performing Arts) Road to our Centre,
located on the footpath between Dharamkot and Bhagsunath, just 50 metres directly below the Vipassana Meditation Centre.
From TIPA Road, take the trail down to the Yoga Centre, which turns right 200 metres from TIPA and which is located just a short distance
before the rickshaw stand in Dharamkot. Look for the Centre's bright orange-colored sign above the trail.
A good landmark to mention if coming by rickshaw is Dev Cottages.
From Mcleodganj, rickshaws charge ~40-50 Rupees, and taxis charge ~70-80 Rupees. Alternatively, you can take a rickshaw from Mcleodganj to
Village Bhagsunag (~30 Rupees) and come by foot on the trail up to the Centre (10-minute walk).
The Centre consists of two large semicircular buildings and a yellow house.
by google map