Top 10 Famous Hill Stations in India
1. Leh Ladakh
The highest hill stations in India is counted as the most famous hill stations. popular places to visit Pangong Lake, Royal Leh Palace, Tso Moriri, the Magnetic Hill, Zanskar Valley
Nainital is one of the most popular hill station. Also known as the ‘Lake District of India’ . The tourist spots in Nainital include Naini Peak, Snow View, Tiffin Top, and Naini Lake.
Heli-skiing, camping, trekking, rock-climbing, and trekking are some of the adventure sports you can partake in here; and a number of Tibetan monasteries, Rohtang Pass, and Solang Valley
This hill station becomes a paradise for trekkers, Main tourist activities include skiing and snowboarding, while the main market is full of jewellery, pashmina, and many other souvenirs to buy
Famous for its large tea estates. Several waterfalls, Toy Train for memorable ride. other popular tourist attractions include Observatory Hill, Ghoom Monastery, and Senchal Lake.
Enjoy relax at Elephant Falls, enjoy boat ride at Umiam Lake, or climb over to Shillong peak. for adventure you may experience water skiing or kayaking at one of the lakes in the city.
Capital of Sikkim offers visitors the quaint aura of a hill station as well as the joys of a city. Ropeway provides a panoramic view of the entire city and the surrounding localities.
some of the popular tourist destinations includes Tsongmo Lake, Tashi View Point, Banjhakri Hill, and the Rumtek Monastery
Famous for mystical and historical temples, most are dedicated to Lord Narayan, Considered to be the “most versed deity” in Hinduism. Chamba is perfect for Nature lovers and enthusiasts
Some of the major tourist attractions in Chamba include the Bhuri Singh Museum, Akhand Chandi Palace, Rang Mahal, and the Champavati, Chamunda Devi, Vajreshwari and Laxmi Narayan Temples.
Tawang is home to India’s largest Tibetan monastery, where almost 500 lamas reside. Counted among the 10 best hill stations in India; Tawang is characterized by the refreshing mountain air
You Must visit the 400-year-old Tawang Gompa to turn the prayer wheels before you walk around the beautiful town, chatting with the friendly locals.