Here are list of India’s top 5 most loved hill stations that you should consider before setting out for holidays!
Surrounded by infinite slopes of emerald-green tea plantations and set against a backdrop of jagged white Himalayan peaks, Darjeeling is nestled away in the northern regions of West Bengal.
A journey on the Darjeeling’s ‘Toy train’ is a great way to explore and soak in the magnificent surroundings here!
The capital city of Meghalaya, Shillong sits amidst the Khasi Hills, one of the most charming hill stations of India!
It’s famous for receiving the highest rainfall in the world and for its dynamic music scene—being home to the country’s favourite Blues band, Soulmate and India’s most popular blues man, Lou Majaw.
Established as a summer retreat by the British and nicknamed ‘Snooty Ooty’,Ooty is a visual delight filled with pretty cottages, fenced flower gardens, thatched-roof churches and terraced botanical gardens.
Venture a few kilometres out and you’ll find yourself surrounded by greener, quieter areas dotted with an abundance of pine trees.Neighbouring Coonoor is also a must visit place!
Manali is one of the best hill stations in North India for those looking to unwind. Backpackers come to hang around in the villages near the main town and adventure tourists come for trekking, paragliding, rafting and skiing.
About 53 km away from Manali is the famous Rohtang Pass which offers breathtaking sights of glaciers, peaks and valleys.
Sprawling tea plantations, picture-perfect vistas and winding lanes make Kerala’s “Munnar” a favourite amongst Indian hill stations.
Although the town itself is forever alive with activity, wander a few kilometres out and you’ll be engulfed in a thousand shades of green.