Pragpur offers a host of activities. It has a quaint market where several silversmiths ply their trade and will quickly modify trinkets to satisfy individual taste. The several village weavers will make shawls and blankets to order and tailors will make up dresses overnight.
Easy excursions are possible, including visits to Kangra Fort, Dharamsala and
Mcleodganj, the seat of His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Dada Siba and the river Beas.
Fishing, Walking, Biking, Watching
Angling. The picturesque Kangra valley has several spots that offer mahaseer river carp. The reservoir of the Maharana Pratap Sagar right up to the town of Dehra has good spots. Nadaun along the river Beas has some good beats, besides Chamba Pattan near Garli (accessible from Nadaun or Jwalamukhi), Amtar (2 km from Nadaun), Harsi Pattan (30 km from Tira Sujanpur) and Lambagaon (15 km from Tira Sujanpur). Water and River Sports The Maharana Pratap Sagar reservoir in Kangra with its 42 km length and 2 km breadth, offers a variety of activities in close collaboration with the Directorate of Mountaineering and Allied Sports. Year long activities include swimming, water-skiing, surfing, kayaking, rowing, canoeing and sailing. Three levels of courses are conducted - beginner, intermediate and advanced. The countryside is ideal for low-level treks and walks. Those interested in nature study and bird watching will get their fill. The Beas River is within 6 kms. and offers the possibility of angling during season ( winter to early summer). Picnics and visits to local historical sites and monuments are arranged, and satisfying hours can be spent exploring nearby Garli (lovely old houses in Simla architecture) and Pragpur (cobbled streets and ancestral homes).
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