Hill Stations in India

Although, there are a number of holiday destinations to visit in India, the most traveled one’s are the hill stations in India alluring travelers from all parts of India and across the globe. The hill stations in India mark a combination of glorious isolation with cherishing moments.  Maximum states in India are lined-up with beautiful hill stations offering you a great vacation.

These hill stations not only boast of scenic and pristine surroundings but also depict the life and culture of hilly people. Not to forget the shopping stuff, that one should never miss when on a tour to these exotic locations.  They are not only for nature enthusiasts, but also for adventure lovers too.

There is a heavy list of hill stations in India to choose from; and to pick one of them and explain is not easy as all the hill stations have their own charm. From picturesque landscapes to amazing shopping articles, the hill stations in India have a lot to offer; adding on to their beauties is the salubrious weather making the locations look more appealing.

Top Hill stations to visit in India are located in North India such as Manali-one of the important places of interest, settled at an altitude up to 2050m; Dharamshala- the enchanting hill station serve as the residence of Tibetan Leader Dali Lama; Shimla- popular as the ‘queen of hill stations’, the hill station is well-known for snow-capped peaks and several tourist spots; and Leh- located at an altitude of 3524m, Leh is a biker’s paradise.

Getting on to hill stations in South India include Thekkady- a paradise for natural spices like cardamom, cinnamon, black pepper, ginger and clove; Mattupetty- offers speed boat rides and horse riding; Munnar- Scale the highest peak of the region, Anamudi and adore the lush tea farms and Ooty- a paradise for nature lovers.

Another renowned hill station is Nainital, located in the north-east India in Uttarakhand; Nainital is best known for serene lakes. Other top hill stations are Darjeeling, popular for Darjeeling Mountain Railway, a UNESCO world heritage site and Kalimpong- a hill station rich in terms of horticulture.

 The tranquility and the natural beauty of all theses hill stations in India open arms to the people from all parts o f the world. Moreover, all the hill stations are easily accessible by all modes of transportation.

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