Attractive Hill Stations in India

India is the perfect tourist destination for hill station lovers when it comes to natural beauty. No trip to India can be called complete without visiting the beautiful hill

stations. Hill Stations in India shows you great adventure and piece to mind they have charm of weather at high altitudes, snow-capped peaks, lush green valleys, gushing rivers, steep gorges and exotic flora. India has many famous Hill stations like Srinagar, gulmarg and sonmarg in Jammu and Kashmir, Shimla known as "Queen of Hills", Manali in Himachal Pradesh , Mussoorie , Nainital and kausani in Uttarakhand , Darjeeling, Gangtok and Kalimpong in East of India and Munnar and kodaikanal in South of India are among the most beautiful hill stations of India.

Hill Stations in India

Manali Hill Station Tour
Manali is situated in the central parts of the northern state of Himachal Pradesh, Manali Tourism is at the head of the Kullu valley, 280 km north of the state capital Shimla and 108 km from Mandi. Manali is perched at an altitude of 2050 meters above sea level and is spread along the banks of the river Beas.

Shimla Hill Station Tour
Located around 343 km from Delhi, at the foothills of Shivalik lies Shimla. Shimla is called the Queen of Indian Himalayas and it is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. At an altitude of around 2213 meters above the sea level, Shimla has pleasant climate due to this many visitors visit here during the summers as well as in the winter.

Darjeeling Hill Station Tour
Darjeeling Tourism is the most important hill station of Indian state of West Bengal. The city lies in the foothills of the Himalayas and offers a wonderful feel of tourism. Darjeeling lies 686 kms from the plains of Kolkata perched at a height of 2134 meters at Himalayan Peaks.

Dharamshala Hill Station Tour
Dharamshala stands at the foot of Dhauladhar With dramatic mountain ranges of Himachal Pradesh. The term Dharamshala means 'The Holy Refuge' and this scenic town is roosted in the Kangra valley and belongs to the group of the 80 hills that were developed by the British to help them fight the dust and sweltering sun. It is also recognized as headquarters of Kangra District in 1855.

Kullu Hill Station Tour
Kullu is an ancient town of Himachal Pradesh of India. It is located on the bank of river Beas is the Central point of this tourist complex Kullu is known as Valley of Gods mention in the religious texts, such as Vishnu Purana, Ramayana and Mahabharata, as 'Kulantpitha'.

Nainital Hill Station Tour
Naini, a word which shows the feeling of the cool air and thought of lake (Taal), when we merge this two words then it becomes Nainital, which is surrounded by mountains by three sides. It is a small and beautiful place in Kumaon hills of Uttaranchal, Nainital.

Mussoorie Hill Station Tour
The hill station Mussoorie is often known as the "Queen of the Hills" is located in the Garhwal hills near Dehradun . Mussoorie gets its name from the Mansur shrub that is commonly seen in the hill resort. Mussoorie, located some 250 miles north of Delhi, capital of India, is among the most popular hill stations of India.

Gangtok Hill Station Tour
Gangtok is the capital of the eastern Indian state of Sikkim which is hill resort. Travel Gangtok it is located in the south of the district of East Sikkim. The hill resort covers the western side of a long ridge flanking the Ranipul River. The hill resort of Gangtok is a popular travel & tourism destination in India.

Dalhousie Hill Station Tour
Dalhousie Located in the outer slopes of hill Dhauladhar range in the beautiful land of Himachal Pradesh which is also known as the gateway to the Chamba Valley. It was named after Lord Dalhousie, the Viceroy of India who established this town in 1854. Dalhousie consists of five distinct hills, Balun, Kathlog, Petreyn, Tehra and Bakrota, Its ranging heights is between 1,525 and 2,378 meters.

Mount Abu Hill Station Tour
Dalhousie Located in the outer slopes of hill Dhauladhar range in the beautiful land of Himachal Pradesh which is also known as the gateway to the Chamba Valley. It was named after Lord Dalhousie, the Viceroy of India who established this town in 1854. Dalhousie consists of five distinct hills, Balun, Kathlog, Petreyn, Tehra and Bakrota, Its ranging heights is between 1,525 and 2,378 meters.

Kasauli Hill Station Tour
Kasauli is famous with its warm, beauty and friendly people interaction. It is a quiet and charming hill station in Himachal Pradesh which is totally different from Shimla and Manali. It is great place for people who want to spend a holiday in the green valley and untouched natural beauty.