Showing 30 Hill Stations in India
Karnaprayag is a a small town in the Chamoli District, located at an elevation of 1,451 metres and is famous for being the confluence of the Alaknanda with Pindari River and is surrounded by various Himalayan Peaks.
A remote town of Uttaranchal, Darchula is a place with lots of scenic beauty. Bounded by the Kumaon Region?s mountains and high peaks and glaciers of Panchchuli range on the west, this town lies on the way to a very famous pilgrimage of India namely Kailash Mansarover.
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Paddy Fields, rainforests with bamboo trees along with beautiful Subansiri River flowing along the town, Daporijo is a small town on the way from Ziro to Along.
Streams, deep gorges, dense forests and snow-clad hills are some of the features which describe the terrain in Khonsa. At an average elevation of about 1,215 m from sea level, Khonsa is a beautiful little hill-station with natural beauty all around it.
This quaint little hill-station located at an altitude 1800 m above sea level is best known for its mythical Sita Devi Lake, rolling hills, waterfalls and its innumerable tea and spice plantations.
Mashobra is a lush green expanse in Himachal Pradesh, tucked away at a height of about 7700 feet, ensuring minimal human obstruction in the course of nature to provide you with the most pure and liberating experience of your lifetime.
India's first planned eco tourism destination, Thenmala is located in the Kollam district of Kerala. A place with waterfalls, rivers, dams, deer park, adventure zones, beautiful railway routes, hillocks in the background and lush greenery everywhere, Thenmala is a great destination to spend time wit
62 kms off Kozhikode is Vythiri, popular resort town famous for its old world charm of cottages, log huts & tree house accommodations cozily nestled in the forests of Wayanad.