Hill Stations in India
Darjeeling, the queen of all hill stations, famous for its natural beauty, clean fresh air, year-round pleasant weather and above all, the ever smiling and welcoming local people. The 3rd highest peak in the world, Mount Kanchenjunga.
Kodaikanal Hill Station
Kodai or Kodaikanal is on the southern crest of the Palani hills, about 120 km from Madurai, at an altitude of 2100 mt. It is surrounded by wooded slopes, waterfalls and precipitous rocky outcrops.
Khandala Hill Station
Khandala, set at a height of 625 mt, located on the western slopes of the Sahyadri mountain range is a hill station in Maharashtra. Fascinating panoramic beauty adorns this place.
Lonavala is a Hill station in Maharashtra. Also known as the jewel of the Sahyadri Mountains. This Hill Station is also a popular Health Resort in the western ranges on the Sahyadri, it is situated on a height.
Manali is an important hill station of northern India and is the destination of thousands of tourists every year. Manali derived its name from Manavalaya meaning the abode of Manu or “Home of Manu” and here, the temples are treated as pilgrimages. Its cool atmosphere provides perfect heaven.
Mount Abu Hill Station
Mount Abu is a picturesque hill-station which green oasis in the barren desertscape that’s Rajasthan. Situated at the southern tip of the Aravali range the hill retreat owes its cool climate to its rich flora.
Mussoorie Hill Station
Mussoorie, popularly known as the Queen of Hills, this charming hill station, 34 km from Dehradun is situated at an altitude of 2003 mts in the Garhwal hills above sea-level. Mussoorie is one of the beautiful hill stations in India.
Nainital Hill Station
Nainital, Uttaranchal is famous not just for its green hills or many lakes. It is also famous for its many legends and stories. Hundreds of ancient temples and peaks with astounding views of the mountains in the background.
Ooty Hill Station
Nestled in the brilliant green hills of the Nilgiris, Ooty or Udhagamandalam, is one of the favourite summer retreats of people in South India. Orchards of peaches and plums, terraced tea plantations, and eucalyptus.
Shimla, the summer capital of British India, is situated at a height of 2,196 metres. While the British have left the echoes to linger on. today, its well-developed facilities, easy accessibility and many attractions make it one of India’s.