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Indian hill stations draw nature and adventure enthusiasts from far & wide. Read about almost every popular hill station of India.

Ooty, TamilnaduOoty
Find yourself in the lap of nature in Ooty, the queen of hill stations in South India. Situated amidst the lush green Nilgiri hills Ooty, also known as Udhagamandalam, is the perfect destination for those want to be close to nature.
Gulmarg, KashmirGulmarg
Planning your summer vacations in a cool, quite and tranquil hill station? Gulmarg is the answer to your search for a great summer holidays. Besides being close to nature you can also try your hands at Golf and other adventure activities.

Munnar Hills Kerala
Gulmarg, Kashmir
Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra Hill Stations
Ooty Tamilnadu
Araku Valley Andhra Pradesh
Gangtok Hill Sikkim
Sikkim Hill Stations
Himachal Hill Stations
Himachal Hill Stations
Uttarakhand Hill Stations
Assam Hill Stations

The natural beauty of India is so mesmerizing that people come here from different corners of the world to spend their holidays. Serving as a proof of this are the numerous hill stations in the country, which seem to be thronged by Indian as well as foreign tourists, almost throughout the year. Away from the maddening rush and the ear-splitting noise of the cities, these hill stations serve as the perfect haven for the metropolis dwellers. The lush greenery, picturesque locales and snow-capped peaks of the hill stations seems to take away their heart.

They are also a big hit amongst the adventure-enthusiasts, coming from various parts of India and abroad. The numerous adventure sport options, comprising of trekking, mountaineering, rock climbing, skiing, kayaking, mountain biking and paragliding, offered by the hill stations of the country serve as the perfect draw for them. Hill stations are also visited by people to escape from the scorching sun and unbearable heat of the summers in the plains. Whatever be the reason for visiting, once you have visited there, you are sure to come again.

Amongst the popular hill resorts of North India are Shimla, Nainital, Mussoorie, Manali, Kashmir, Ladakh, Kasuali, Mount Abu, Dalhousie, etc. As you move towards South India, you will come across Coorg, Kodiakanal, Wayanad, Ooty, Nandi Hills, Nilgiri Hills, Araku Valley, etc. In the East, you have Gangtok, Darjeeling, Kailmpong, Shillong, etc, while the West offers Khandala, Lonavala, Panchgani, Mahabaleshwar, Matheran, etc. So, what are you waiting for? Come to India and explore these places, steeped in the beauty of nature.

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