Hill Stations

From the snow-capped hills of the folded mountains of The Himalayan Range in the North to North-East, to the Lush green hills of the Block Mountain of Satpuras of Central India and the Residual Mountains of Eastern & Western Ghats of Peninsular India, India is home to famous hill stations, and their picturesque landscapes and natural beauty attracts tourists from all over world throughout the year. Some of the major destinations are –

The Himalayan Destinations

The Himalayan has been a sense of wonder for people from across the world. Travellers from across the world continuously visit India especially for Himalayan Tour. Over the year, several hill stations in the Himalayan range have become prime tourist destination with modern infrastructure in place. Some of them are

Himachal

A land of splendid mountains, a pristine place which feeds and provides solace to the mind and soul, a pious land which is associated with the supernatural, an enigma of a place – Himachal! Rising from the Shivalik ranges and moving higher into the mid-Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh is a land of grand diversity. The mountain desert valley of Spiti, the scenic Sangla valley of Kinnaur, the charming Beas valley of Kullu-Manali and Mandi, the indulgent land of Kangra valley, the aesthetically cut out Chamba valley and Lahaul valley, crowded with some of the biggest glaciers in the entire Himalayas, is the backdrop of Himachal Pradesh.

PopularDestination- Shimla, Manali, Dharamsala, MacLeodGanj, Spiti, Dalhousie, Pathankot, Kasauli, Palampur, Bhagsu, Sarahan.

Best Time to Visit: April to October and December to January.

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Peninsular Hill Stations

The peninsular hill stations are mostly in the Western Ghats, Eastern Ghats and Vindyachal Parvat. They have a completely different appeal to it being less craggy and greener. They have less altitude for which they do not experience harsh cold but have a pleasant climate all year round.

Ooty – Coonoor – Coorg

Nestled amidst the stunning Nilgiri Hills Ooty and Coonoor enjoy a pleasant climate throughout the year. The serene landscape, picturesque maze of winding lanes, the extravagant colonial architecture offers travelers beauty in a broad spectrum. It is one of the most popular destinations among honeymooners as they can peacefully take a ride in the toy train and enjoy the exquisite beauty the city is wrapped in. along with this the view of the valley from the Dodabetta Peak is a sight to behold.Cradled in the Western Ghats, Coorg offers its incredible beauty in lush forests, tea and coffee plantations covering acres of land, orange groves and magnificent waterfalls. Coorg, officially known as Kodagu, is the most affluent hill station in Karnataka. It is well known for its breathtakingly exotic scenery and lush greenery. Forest covered hills, spice and coffee plantations only add to the landscape. Madikeri is the region's centre point with all transportation for getting around starting from here. The home to three wildlife sanctuaries and one national park Coorg attracts several thousand tourists throughout the year. Best Time to Visit: Throughout the year.
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