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Hill Stations

HIll Stations

Besides its diverse culture, exotic locales and rich ethnic heritage, India is a land particularly known for its quaint hill stations spread across the country. Be it localites or foreign tourists, hill stations are a favourite with everyone. With world-class amenities and luxury resorts, these hill stations have only become more accessible and popular with time.
Situated in various states at heights ranging from 600-3500 m above the sea level, these hill stations offer from perfect recluse to adrenaline rush giving adventure sports to a perfect scenery to overwhelm any nature lover.


Here are some of the most loved hill stations in India split region-wise:


North-East India

North India
This region easily holds the crown in terms of having some of the most breath-takingly beautiful hill stations to its credit. The spread of Himalayan range stretched to Jammu-Kashmir, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan only adds to the awe-inspiring factor. Here, trekking is a great option with some of the most popular trek routes. On one hand, there are gems like Dharamsala, Kullu-Manali situated at the banks of River Beas, Shimla and Gulmarg perfect for exploring winter sports. For picture perfect scenery, turn to Mussorie, Chamba, Mount Abu and Nainital with your families and enjoy a cozy stay.


South India
Apart from the popular beaches and backwaters and a rich cultural history, the southern region of India also offers a string of picturesque hill stations that combine natural beauty, lush green plantations and gushing streams. Some of the most popular ones are Ooty (nearest city is Coimbatore), Munnar, Coorg and Kodaikanal among others.


West India

West India
┬áThe lush greenery of Maharashtra and the Western Ghats offer a blissful respite to those who are bored with the hectic city life. From the locals’ favourite Panchgani to the highly romanticized Khandala, and a perfect family vacation spot Mahabaleshwar.


Central India
Not as popular with commercial tourism for hill station lovers, this region still has some hidden jewels which are very popular among the local tourists and major source of respite during scorching summers. While Bihar has Simultala, Jhanjha; Madhya Pradesh is blessed with the famous Panchmarhi, Satpura-Tamiya hill station and Griddhakuta (Vultures Peak) which attract nature lovers every summer. Jharkhand too, boasts of hill stations with Ghatsila and Sati Hills to its credit.


North India

North-East India
Blessed with natural resources and exotic flora and fauna, the north-east region is a pure bliss for nature lovers and those who crave for mountains. Amidst the cultural potpourri and delectable delicacies, the hill stations in this region are the most popular thing about them. Head to Darjeeling, also known as the Dreamland of the East or Shillong for that perfect romantic getaway, pick Gangtok to enjoy the peace and serenity that comes with being close to nature or simply revel in the eclectic delight of Tibetan culture and architecture at Kalimpong and Tawang.


Hill stations across India enjoy a well-loved status among locals as well as tourists and after having one look at them, you too would know why! From the British during colonial times to the present, hill stations here have always won hearts with the unmatched beauty and the serene ambience they provide.




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