Hill stations to visit in India
The Indian terrain is covered by astounding and startling landsca
pes, whether its steep rocks, lush green grounds, fog covered hills and thoroughly spread deserts. It’s hard to find such bewildering variety of nature anywhere else. India has a different existence as compared to the European countries as the summer season dominates the subcontinent. So it becomes obvious to look for the cool breeze of the hills. The Idea of hill stations was incarnated by the Britishers before the period of independence of India. The Britishers identified and developed various hill stations to get rid of the humid and hot breeze of the region.
Manali(Himachal Pradesh)- The Icy edge awaits
Nothing can be more satisfactory than Manali f
or the person seeking snow, rocks and adventure of trekking, skiing etc. Rohtan Pass is a must visit place for the people visiting Manali as the place offers spectacular ice covered lands and glaciers to add the white beauty of snow.
Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir)- Heaven on Earth-
The extreme cold weather of the summer capital of Jammu & Kashmir, the floating boathouses of the Dal Lake and the mesmerizing beauty of this place situated at the bank of Jhelum will definitely compel you count Srinagar as the best Hill Station to visit. Tulip Garden is an additional aura of natural beauty.
Mcleodganj and Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh)- Place of Peace
A suburb of Dharamshala, Mcleodganj is a great choice to visit and explore the real beauty of the Himalaya. Dharamshala is also known as Mini Lhasa because a lot of Tibetan community and their spiritual leader Dalai Lama live here.
Darjeeling(West Bengal)- The Tea Bag-
The unseen greenery and lush green Tea Gardens awaits your arrival. The slope roofed markets, and land of the world heritage Darjeeling Himalaya Railway will definitely rock you. In addition to that the fizzing view of Mount Kanchenjunga will make you speechless.
Shimla (Himachal Pradesh)- The Hill Junction-
Shimla was the summer capital of British India and now Shimla is cultural Centre of hilly Himachal. Jakhoo temple, Christ Church and Mall Road are the main attractions of Shimla. Toy train is a must ride if you visit Shimla.
Mussoorrie(Uttarakhand)- The Queen ofHills-
Known as THE QUEEN OF HILLS, Mussoorrie is situated on top of the hill surrounded by valleys. Kempty Falls is the eye catcher along with other attractions like Bhatta Falls, Municipal Garden and Jwalaji temple 9 km to the west of Mussoorrie.
Ooty (Tamilnadu)- The Southern Beauty-
In the lap of the Nilgiris, Ooty is always a must visit place. Consistent temperature throughout the year is ready to welcome you to the largest rose garden in India. Tribal huts, museums and the bluish mountains praise the nature here.