Hill Stations in India

Now why would anybody want to travel to India? The reasons are many but when it comes to its hill stations tourists choices and desires rest on a similar platform. The Serene, blue, mystical, scintillating, calm and beautiful hill stations of India offer the most perfected and desired hills holidays to the visitors from every nook and corner of the world. Many of the hill resorts of India are located at great heights ranging from 600 m to 3500 m above the sea level.

Some of the famous hill stations of India are: Darjeeling, Dharamshala, Mount Abu, Gangtok, Kashmir, Kodaikanal, Manali, Munnar, Mussoorie, Nainital and many. Even the lenses of a camera would find it difficult to capture the uncontrolled beauty of the hill resorts. Far away from the maddening crowd enjoy walking across the fields of wild flowers, watch out for the blooming apple orchards, the rushing streams dipping down from snow capped mountains. Apart from the scenic wonders, the hill stations are certainly the hub of adventure sports. All the adventure enthusiasts can satisfy their hunger for adventure by enjoying the sports like: mountaineering, camping, trekking and paragliding.

With Destinations India set out on a tour to Indian hill stations, gorgeously green and marvelously picturesque. These hill stops can keep you busy for days on end, as these are the destinations where fun and thrill never end.

Darjeeling

Darjeeling is a major tea producing centre. This hill station impresses the visitors by the unending tea gardens, marvelous mountains, charming rivers and lush forests…

Dharamsala

Dharamsala offers a spell binding sight of the snow covered mountains, thick coniferous forests, tea gardens and the pictursque hills. Widely known for its Buddhist religion…

Gangtok

The elegant monasteries, breathtaking views of the Himalayas and the Buddhist festival pulls in toursits to this beautiful hillstation. The pristine beauty of Mt. Kanchenjunga…

Kashmir

The enchanting snow capped peeks, lush green valleys, marvelous streams and the thick meadows are some of the charateristics of this beautiful hill station…

Kodaikanal

The famous Kurinji flower, which blooms once in twelve years is the pride of Kodaikanal. The exotic sights of Kodai Lake, Coaker’s Walk, Bryant Park…

Manali

Surrounded by the Himalayan mountains and pine forest, the hill station is known for its tranquil atmosphere. It is also an ideal place for the adventure seekers…

Munnar

Munnar is famous for its Neelakurunji plant which attarct the visitors the most. The hill station also presents a spell binding beauty every twelve years…

Mussoorie

The hill station is known for its pristine beauty and is often called the ‘Queen of Hill Stations’. Situated at an altitude of 2000mtrs…

Nainital

The hill station is bounded by the Kumaon hill ranges and is called the Lake district of India. One can see many huge lakes here of which the most famous is the Naini Lake…

Ooty

A small little toy train is the main attration of Ooty and chugs daily to Ooty from Mettupalayam. In its four hour climb this train puffs through tea plantations…

Shimla

This summer capital of India is named after its local diety ‘Shyamala’. Blessed with numerous marvelous spots, Shimla is surrounded by gorgeous green forests.