Hill Stations Of India Panoramic Sights
Smart Photography|September 2019
Hill Stations Of India Panoramic Sights
India has several hill stations spread all across the country, offering pleasant and panoramic destinations for everyone.
Deepa K. Ghadi

An ideal hill station is always a visual delight which brings you close to Mother Nature. Further, with enchanting village life, unique root bridges and opulent wildlife, it provides us the feeling of paradise-like surroundings. Mussoorie and Nainital are among the popular hill stations in the north whereas Coorg and Kodaikanal are the popular ones in South India.

Here are some picturesque Indian hill stations that will make your vacation memorable. If you are looking for a serene dwelling, then your search ends here!

Mussoorie, Uttarakhand

Mussoorie, situated in the laps of the Himalayas, is also known as the ‘Queen of Hills’ because of its picturesque landscapes. Mussoorie is one of the top hill stations in India, famous for weekend getaways, honeymoon destinations, Himalayan views and the Mall Road. The spectacular Gun Hill is among the most famous tourist attractions of Mussoorie. It is also known as the gateway to Yamunotri and Gangotri.

HOW TO REACH: Mussoorie to Delhi is 280 km via Saharanpur by road. Dehradun is the nearest railhead. New Delhi railway connects with other major cities of India. Jolly Grant airport at Dehradun is the nearest airport.

Manali, Himachal Pradesh Punit Sharma

One of the topmost skiing destinations in India, Manali is known for its alluring beauty and splendour. It has been blessed with extraordinary beauty. This cosy destination is popular among honeymooners. The hill station is surrounded by massive snow-clad mountains and thick pinewood forests with the beautiful River Beas flowing throughout the region as its magnificent centrepiece. The glacial waters of River Beas after rushing down the slopes of Rohtang Pass allow for adventure sports activities like rowing, whitewater rafting and river crossing, as the river meanders through the valley from Manali to Kullu.

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September 2019