10 TOP HILL STATIONS 2018
Dear friends, do you all want to visit the top hill station during your holidays? But confused about the destination? Actually, we all want to visit a hill station with our families to enjoy and share some happy moments together. That’s why here we presented a list below of 10 top hill station for you. We are one of the best Travel consultant located at Gorakhpur. We plan your holidays. We also provide cab hiring, bus hiring for the group tour.
Darjeeling hill town is located in northeast India and is part of the state of West Bengal. There are lots of places including magnificent views of Kanchenjunga snow peaks, Buddhist monasteries, historical churches, temples, rolling tea estates on mountain slopes, museums, art galleries, parks & gardens, waterfalls, cable car ride offering you stunning views of the mountain landscapes and tea gardens below, and more. Best time to visit here in during spring, summer, and autumn.
Ooty referred to as the ‘Queen of The Hills’. It is one of the most serene hill stations you can ever visit. Ooty Botanical Gardens, Doddabetta Peak, Pykara River, Ooty Lake, Mudumalai National Park, Emerald Lake, Stone House, Toda Huts, Ooty Mountain Railway, Wax World, Tribal Museum, Deer Park and Mariamman Temple are few of the most important attractions in Ooty.
Shimla is one of most visited hill stations in India. We recommend following Popular Sightseeing spots in Shimla:- Shimla city, Gaiety Theater, Viceregal Lodge, Kufri, Tatta Pani, Summer Hill, Naldehra, Places of worship in Shimla (Kali Bari, Jakhoo Temple & Tara Devi Temple) etc.
Manali is the top hill station in KULLU. Manali valley is blessed with many attractions like:- Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Beas Kund (Chandratal Lake), Chandrakhani Pass and Pandoh Dam in Kullu. For trekkers and nature freaks Manali is more like an adventure because activities like biking, trekking, rafting, hiking, mountaineering and paragliding are best experienced here.
Kashmir’s most well-known city, Srinagar, stands by the clear waters of the Dal Lake, and the rushing Jhelum. The himalayan backdrop, glittering lakes that are surrounded by houseboats and Shikaras and the grandeur of Mughal architectural are the beauty of Himalayas and nature. The major beauty of this city is its waterfalls and gardens which were made by the Mughal emperors. Snow-capped mountains, chinar trees, and beautiful valleys give a spectacular view to the city.
Mussoorie Popular as Queen of the Hills. It offers a wonderful view of the Himalayan snow ranges to the north-east and the Doon Valley, Roorkee. The Badrinath, Kedarnath, Bandar-poonch, Sri Kantha and Nanda Devi peaks can be seen from here. We recommend following Popular Sightseeing spots in Mussoorie: Gun Hill, Camel’s back road, Kempty Falls, The Municipal Garden or the Company Bagh and the Cloud End are the other sites worth visiting in Mussoorie.
Lonavala and Khandala (Mumbai)
Lonavala is also known as the ‘Jewel of the Sahyadri’ is situated in the western part of Maharashtra. Khandala is smaller, quieter and calmer of the two, though browsing through Lonavala’s bazaar could yield some wonderful surprises. Both the hill stations are known for their scenic beauty, green hills, deep valleys, historic forts, lakes, and waterfalls. Tourist attractions in Lonavala and Khandala:- The main attraction for coming to Lonavala is the sequence of great caves – like Bhoja, continuing with Bedsa and last but not the least Karla.
Mahabaleshwar is one of the most spectacular and the largest of Maharashtra hill-stations. The hill station is the source of the Krishna River that flows across Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Kate’s Point gives visitors a view of the Dhom and Balakwadi dams. Close to it is the Needle Hole point, Wilson Point, which is the highest point for splendid views of sunrise and sunset. Some of the other points that you must visit are Monkey Point, Carnac Point, Falkland Point, Helen’s Point, Elphinstone Point, Mumbai Point etc.
Shillong is a beautiful hill station & the capital of Meghalaya. It is also called ‘ Scotland of the East ‘. Shillong has beautiful lakes and waterfalls and is placed among green mountains and pine forests. The exciting mountain peaks, crystal clear lakes, breathtakingly beautiful golf courses, museums, and the zoo are the key reasons why people visit Shillong. Apart from the natural beauty, Shillong also acts as the gateway to Meghalaya, the state famous for heavy rainfalls, caving, tallest waterfalls, beautiful landscapes, and amazing people and culture.