“Incredible India” that is how the Indian tourism is known to the world and the people. True to it, the Indian peninsula has not only diversified culture but also places that attract tourists from every nook and corner of the world. From beaches to desserts to historical and spiritual places to hill stations, every type of tourist destination can be found in this truly incredible country. The Indian hill-stations not only reflect the beauty of this country but also portray some of the amazing and unique things. So why wait?? Start the journey with exploring some of the extremely popular the picturesque hill-stations of India.
What was once the summer capital of British India, is today one of the most favorite and popular hill-station of the country. Yes, Shimla the capital of Indian state of Himachal Pradesh is an amazingly beautiful place where in the lap of nature you can witnesses lovely houses although the mountain ridge. Both in summer as well as in winter it attracts large numbers of tourists. The temperature here in summer is cool and moderate, while in winter it gets as low as (-4) degrees. You can certainly expect delightful snowfall in the winter season. Ice-skating rink in Shimla is not only the open air-rink in the entire nation but is also counted amongst one of the oldest in Asia. For shopping the local handicrafts of the place, Lakkar bazaar and Himachal emporium are the just the stop. Trekking, river-rafting and wide variety of amazing fresh fruits livens up the entire trip to this hill-station.
With clouds descending, this place is so beautiful that it looks no less than paradise. Darjeeling also known as the ‘Queen of Hills’ is a magnificent hill station in the eastern state of India, West Bengal. The astonishing view of the world’s third largest peak Kanchenjunga, lush green tea gardens sprawling around the town and the charming white clouds around makes Darjeeling one of the most alluring places for the travelers. The Darjeeling tea is a popularly known type of tea all over the world. Located in the Himalaya hill region, the town has a temperate climate. Mention of Darjeeling is incomplete without the mention of two most important famous attractions apart from tea, one is the well-known toy-train ride and the other is snow leopards that can be found only here.
Located in the southern Indian state, Tamil Nadu, Ooty is a spectacular hill station in the lap of the Nilgiri hills. With eucalyptus trees decorating the entire known and complementing its natural beauty, the town is one of the most well-known hill stations of the country. Given its intriguing beauty, Ooty can be found as a backdrop of many famous Indian movies. Developed by the British people, it was probably the first hill station that came under the East India Company dating back to 18th century. With the atmosphere of spring season all around the year, Ooty has a subtropical highland climate. Apart from the panoramic views and treats to the eyes, the hill station is up for many adventurous activities including hiking and trekking. The Niligiri toy ride is another major tourist attraction here. With a number amazing places for sight-seeing, and a climate worth enjoying, Ooty is utterly a marvelous hill station to visit.