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Mystic Hills

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. 

Andhra Pradesh Hill Stations

Hill Stations furnish the idea of tranquil and unruffled place, far away from the city chaos. Perhaps everyone dreams of such haven, where everything appears drenched in pastoral beauty. Untouched by the commotion of metropolitan lifestyle, the hill stations of India also offer peace and solitude to those who want to relax. Andhra Pradesh is known for variety of reasons and one out of them is its hill stations.

Enveloped with lush greenery, these hill stations are known for their salubrious atmosphere and pleasant weather. Moreover, they provide a wonderful respite to the people from the hot and sultry weather of the state. Green woods, incredible landscape and cascading gorges are the inseparable part of these hill resorts. Scroll down to know more about each and every important hill station of Andhra Pradesh.

  • Anantagiri Hills
  • Araku Valley
  • Horsley Hills
  • Lambasingi
  • Nallamala Hills
  • Tirumala


Kerala Hill Stations

The hill stations of Kerala are a perfect getaway for all those people who want to experience true bliss. Come and rest in the lap of nature and see nature in its best form. The lush green hills covered with misty clouds provide the perfect environment to relax and unwind. The hill stations in Kerala, India are covered with dense tea and spice plantations. The hill slopes provide the perfect opportunity for adventure seekers as one can indulge in trekking, mountain climbing and other forms of adventure sports. So read on further about the various hill stations of Kerala.



Maharashtra Hill Stations

Welcome to the hill stations of Maharashtra! The state is home to the Sahyadri hill ranges and this has resulted in it being gifted with a number of hill resorts within its boundaries. Some of the places, like Lonavala and Khandala, are also amongst the favorite weekend getaways of the Bollywood celebrities. The plush green surroundings, deep valleys and steep gorges of these hill stations make you fall in love with them. In the following paragraphs, we have provided information on the most popular hill resorts of Maharashtra.

  • Mahabaleshwar
  • Malshej Ghat
  • Khandala
  • Lonavala
  • Matheran
  • Panchgani
  • Bhandardara


Himachal Hill Stations

  • Shimla
  • Chail
  • Dalhousie
  • Kasauli
  • Kullu
  • Dharamshala
  • Chamba
  • Manali


Kashmir Hill Stations

  • Pahalgam
  • Patnitop
  • Sonamarg
  • Srinagar
  • Leh
  • Gulmarg


Tamilnadu Hill Station

Tamil Nadu is one of those states where you feel like coming again, every time you think of India. The geographical, cultural and environmental diversities of the land have made it a preferred tourist destination. Ever wondered why the name of Ooty crops up every time someone talks of Indian hill stations? Such is the appeal and charm of the hill stations of Tamil Nadu that you invariably get drawn to a few names while finalizing your vacations.

The state of Tamil Nadu is situated on the southeastern part of the Indian peninsula. Traveling across the length and breadth of Tamil Nadu, you can easily feel the topography of the state. The Coastal plains border the state on the eastern side while the Northern and the Western parts abound in hilly regions. If you ever thought to stroll through the clouds then the hill stations of Tamil Nadu are the places to do the same. The hill stations like Ooty and Kodaikanal, with their pleasant climate and rejuvenating atmosphere, offer all that you wanted to do for a long time

  • Coonoor Hill
  • Kotagiri Hill
  • Ooty
  • Velliangiri Hills
  • Yercaud Hill


Sikkim Hill Stations

  • Gangtok
  • Tendong Hil
  • Meenam Hill


Uttarakhand Hill Stations

The elevation level of the state of Uttarakhand / Uttaranchal varies with altitude. It ranges from 3000-3500 to 5000 meters above sea level. The highest point in Uttaranchal is the Nanda Devi peak at 7817 meters above sea level. Though every nook and cranny of the place shines like an emerald, the major jewels (read hill stations) are Nainital, Mussoorie, Dehradun, Chamoli, Kusani, Mukteshwar, Almora and Ranikhet.

  • Nainital
  • Rishikesh
  • Mussoorie
  • Ranikhet
  • Almora
  • Kausani
  • Mukteshwar
  • Bhimtal