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Hill stations in India provide a perfect escapade from scorching sun during summers, and from maddening city crowds in winters. India is a favourite tourist spot and has picturesque hill stations. It is a perfect tourist destination for nature lovers. The misty, mystical and serene hill stations in India are a perfect holiday option and are found in most parts of the country. Most of the hill stations or resorts of India are situated at heights ranging from 600 m above the sea level to 3500 m above the sea level. Here one can walk across the fields of wild flowers and see the blooming apple orchards, witness the rushing streams cascade down the mountainside, and watch the serenity of the snow-capped Himalayas. Go mountaineering, camping, trekking and paragliding in these hill stations of India and have a holiday of a lifetime. Enjoy camping in the lap of Mother Nature at some of the most popular hill stations of India like Ooty, Kufri, Dalhousie, Shimla, Kausani, Nainital, Munnar, Kodaikanal, Gulmarg, Kullu Manali, Darjeeling, Mt. Abu, Leh Laddakh and Mussorie. The well connected hill stations in India provide perfect settings for trekking, camping, fishing and expeditions. Enjoy pony rides, sailing in lakes, helicopter rides and experience the rustic life of the hilly people yourself during your hill stations in India tours.

Since all these hill stations are world famous they are frequently visited by tourists on a summer vacation tour. Due to this almost all of the above hill stations are well connected by rail, road and air services to major Indian cities."

Darjeeling Hill Station : - Darjeeling, meaning land of thunderbolts, is a hill station of West Bengal situated at a height of 6710 feet. It is also called “queen of hill stations”. The city was gifted to the East India Company by the king of Sikkim in 1817. It was a popular resort during the British rule giving the Europeans relief from scorching heat.

Himachal Pradesh Hill Station : - Himachal Pradesh is prominent hill station in India, popularly called as “Dev Bhoomi”, or the land of gods. The region was ruled by Aryans, Mauryan, Mughols, Sikhs and the British directly or indirectly. The state is blessed with diversified natural beauty with peaceful mountains, fresh water rivers, and natural flora and fauna.

Manali Hill Station : - Manali is situated in the central part of Himachal Pradesh State. It was called the end of habitant world because no human life existed beyond that. Now it is full of people thronging from all over the world for tourism. Manali has got its name after Manu, a person in Hindu mythology.

Almora Hill Station : - Almora, once capital of kumaun kingdom founded by King Balo Kalyan Chand in 1563, is a picturesque place in the Himalyan territory. The city was under the rule of Kytur and Chand dynasties for around 400 years.

Kerala Hill Station : - Kerala known as ‘God’s Own Country’ is among the 13 paradises in the world, selected by National Geographic Traveller. Besides beaches, backwaters and historical monuments, Kerala is also known for its hill states. Kerala hill stations are known for lush plantations of tea, coffee and spices & home to diverse flora and fauna. There are many hill stations in this beautiful land you will love to explore Kerala hill station including Munnar, Wayanad, Ponmudi, etc.

Ladakh Hill Station : - Ladakh, meaning land of passes, is situated in Jammu and Kashmir. Ladakh lies between the two Himalayan range is also known as “roof of the world”. The oldest written account of the region is that of Fa-hian, the Chinese traveller who travelled through the pass to reach India in 399 AD. He stated the region as the place where snow never melts.
Assam Hill Station : - Assam is derived from Sanskrit word ‘Asoma’ meaning superior. It was ruled by Ahom kings in the medieval period. In spite of many attacks on the region, the Mughal kings were not able to succeed. Assam, the gateway to north-east India, is a hilly area with river Bramhaputra flowing through it.

Ooty Hill Station : - Ooty,  a prime hill station of India is located in Tamil Nadu state. Ooty was earlier ruled by Hoysala king, Vishnu Vardhan, in 1100 AD and later by Tipu sultan. It was developed as hill station by the British to escape from the scorching heat of the Sun.

Mussoorie Hill Station : - Mussoorie is a beautiful hill station developed in the times of British rule. The place derives its names from a local plant, named, Mussoorie found in plenty. Mussoorie has developed into academic and tourism destination. Mussoorie region gives view to both holy river Ganga and yamuna flowing at either side of the city.

Nainital Hill Station : - Nainital also known as the ‘Lake City’ is cuddled by beautiful lakes and panoramic hills. Naini Lake is the most beautiful of all the lakes. The city was developed by Lord P. Baron, a sugar trader, during the colonial rule in 1841. Nainital derives its name from Goddess Naina.

Kashmir Hill Station : - Kashmir, a jewel in the crown of India is also the king among the destination for tour and travels. According to Rajtarangini written by Kalhana, Kashmir is as beautiful as goddess Parvati and owned by Lord Shiva himself. Seeing the beauty of the land, the Mughal emperor Shahjajan said “Gar Bar-ru-e-Zamin Ast; Hamin Ast ,Hamin Ast Hamin Ast “, meaning if there is paradise in this world then it is here.

Shimla Hill Station : - Shimla is a famous hill station covered by majestic pine and deodar forests. The place derives its name from Goddess Shyamala an incarnation of Goddess Kali. Lord Lytton planned the city, making it suitable to be the capital of British India during summer.

Srinagar Hill Station : - Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu And Kashmir State is a scintillating hill resort with spectacular lakes, panoramic gardens, pristine and secluded mountains.