It is not the privilege of every nation on the face of the earth to have the hill stations of the pristine beauty but when it comes to India, you will find this nation has it all. Not only is the country famous for some of the world class beaches, forts and palaces but hill stations in India are among most visited destination too and this is really a gift of nature that has been bestowed on the soil of this country.
When it comes to having the tour of Indian hills, Ladakh does not lag behind. The bare mountain beauty among the monasteries and the most scenic passes in the world really make the experience a remembrance throughout life. Other than this Mussoorie, Shimla and Gulmarg in the north to Ooty, Munnar, and Kodaikanal in the south, from Lonavala, Panchamani and Mount Abu in the west to Kalimpong, Darjeeling, and Gangtok in the northeast-India can boast of some of fascinating hill stations in India. Most of the hill stations in India were developed by the British, around a central mall to get respite from the oppressive summer heat. Many have picturesque lakes as their focal point, making them excellent places for boating activities. One thing is for sure, you won’t be short of things to do at any of the hill stations in India. And, to add to the adventure, it’s possible to take a toy train ride up to some of the hill stations.
The hill stations of India are quite refreshing to the body, mind, as well as the soul and these, exist in every zone of India; be it the north, the south, the east, the west and the central part of the country. Indian hill stations are a travelers paradise, gifted with snow peaks, deep gorges, green valleys, misty woods, frothing rivers, azure lakes and flower-filled meadows. These misty, mystical and serene hill stations of India are a perfect holiday option. Since all these hill stations are world-famous they are frequently visited by tourists on a 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.