Most Popular Hill Station In India
Based in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand surrounding the volcanic lake Nani, Nainital is adored by millions and is often referred as the ‘Lake District’ of India
Shimla is a region that is highly appreciated for its ethnic culture and eternal beauty.
Manali is also renowned as the “Prime Honeymoon destination”, of India.
Kullu is known as the ‘Valley of Gods’.
Mussoorie perched in Uttarakhand, is famed as the “Queen of Hills”.
Chamba valley is a picture-perfect hill station in Himachal.
Ranikhet accounts for the beauty of fauna and topography of the Himalayas.
Gulmarg or “Meadow of Flowers” is nothing less than a fantasy place coming straight out of your dreams.
The most favourite places for tourists, Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh is home to the holy Dalai Lama.
Darjeeling is also known as the dreamland of the east.
Gangtok is one of most serene and captivating cities in the world.
The topography of Shillong has compelled the folks to call it the “Scotland of the East”.
It is one of the hill stations in Maharashtra that has attracted many tourists.
Mount Abu is renowned worldwide for the Dilwara Jain Temples.
Kodaikanal is located in the state of Tamil Nadu and is often called “Kodai”.