Naddi, like many of its surrounding villages is inhabited by the Gaddis, who are half nomadic Hindu shepherds. They have their own occupations, traditions and speak their own language. Due to their wandering way of life, it has become difficult to preserve the written language of the Gaddis. The culture that they follow is rich in tradition and very colorful and this reflects in their way of life. Naddi is best visited in the months from July to September. Here you can find a handful of hotels that offer suitable accommodation to keep tourists comfortable. There are a number of attractions that make staying at this beautiful destination wonderful. Some of the popular places to visit here are the Residence of Dalai Lama, Dal Lake, Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, Gompa Dip Tse-Chok Ling and Tsulagkhang which is Dharmashala’s main Buddhist temple. Situated at 2000 meters above sea level, Naddi is a fast developing area in Dharmashala. It is approximately 4 km from Mcleodganj and is easy to access thanks to the metalled motor able road by which it is connected. .