in the Hills is what every individual soul would desire for specially when
it's summers. Hill Stations in India are more known to be the honeymooners
paradise. The Serene, blue, mystical, scintillating, calm and beautiful hill
stations of India offers relief to the visitor's mind, body and soul. India
for its numerous hill stations has been tagged fondly as "Winter
Destination". Lovely flowers, mountains, waterfalls, streams and
forests are the added attractions of India.
There are a number of hill stations in India:
The unending tea gardens, mountains, rivers and forests of Darjeeling is
what makes the place so heavenly. The hill resort is located in the state of
West Bengal. The place is also very famous for its Darjeeling Toy Train. It
was once a favourite summer resort of the British Raj. The snow capped
mountains of Darjeeling offer great chances to try our art at making snow
The Senchal Lake, Tiger Hill, Ghoom Buddhist Monastery, Dhirdham
Temple and Natural History Musuem are some of the attractions of this place.
The hill station of Ooty is located in the state of Tamil Nadu. It was
discovered in 1819 by John Sullivan, the then Collector of Coimbatore. Ooty
is one of the most popular holiday destinations of south India. The
mesmerizing greenery of Ooty is what draws umpteen tourists to this place
every year in bulk. It is also called Ootacamund or Udagamandalam. Rose
Garden, Churches of Ooty, Ooty Lake, Art Gallery, Botanical Gardens and
Lamb's Rock are some of the major attractions of Ooty.
The captivating hill station of Shimla is located in the state of Himachal
Pradesh. Shimla derives its name from the goddess Shayamla Devi. It was
discovered in the year 1819 by the British.
It is pleasant all the year round to travel to this hill station. Shimla is
the capital of Himachal Pradesh and offers great views of the Himalayas. The
Mall, Prospect Hill, Jakhu Temple, Chadwick Falls, Summer Hill, Himachal
State Museum. One can also enjoy ice skating and ride in the Shimla Kalka
The hill station of Mussoorie is located in the state of Uttaranchal. This
hill station was discovered by a military officer Captain Young in 1827. The
name of the hill station got derived from plants of 'Mussoorie' which were
found in abundance here. The green hills and varied flora & fauna of
Mussoorie makes it an ultimate paradise for the tourists from worldwide. The
Kempty Falls, Lal Tibba, Gun Hill, Municipal Gardens, Mussoorie Lake and
Cloud's End are certain attractions of Mussoorie.
Located in the state of Uttaranchal, Nainital is one of the most favoured
destinations for the tourists of worldwide. It was discovered by a Britisher
named Lord Barron. Since then, not only the honeymooners but also every
individual frequently pay a visit to the hill station of Nainital. The hill
station looks great during the snow fall. It is also known as the lake city.
Naini Lake, Naina Devi Temple, Snow View, Tiffin Top, Nainital Zoo, Caves
Garden, Naina or China Peak are certain prime attractions of Nainital.
Manali is a calm and tranquil hill town, situated 40 kms north of the
popular Kullu Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Manali is adorned
with beauty of an unmatched type. It is also one of the favourite spots for
the adventure seekers from all across the globe. Manali is blessed with
beautiful landscape, dense thick pine and deodar forests, ice-capped peaks,
steep cliffs, rolling valleys and lush meadows of wild flowers and fragrant
fruit orchard in full bloom.
The hill station of Mount Abu is located in the south of Rajasthan. The
place has a pleasant climate all through the year. It is one of the coolest
spots in the overheated land of Rajasthan and best referred as an oasis of
the desert. Mount Abu is also a very important pilgrimage spot of India.
Dilwara Jain Temples, Vimala-Vasahi temple, Neminath Temple, Gomukh Temple
and Nakki Lake are certain attractions of Mount Abu.