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Plan a vacation to the world’s highest range of mountains – Himalayas in India, that stretch from Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh. Traverse through these mountains and experience the great geographical and natural diversity that abounds. Himalayas, which since ages had been a hot spot for pilgrimage and Hindu sanctuaries, was transformed into a summer resort by the British. Today, it is categorical for a lot many more attributes, namely adventure, natural environs and spiritual journeys.

Himalayan Hill Stations

These mountain trails in India engulf al lot many hill stations which serve as perfect holiday destination for the tourists. Come winters, when the area is shrouded with thick snow, ideal of enjoying winter sports. Summers and autumns are perfect for those tourists wanting to indulge in water sports. These Himalayan hill stations have a lot to offer to its tourists. Some of the most popular hill stations in this region are Shimla, Manali, Musoorie, Auli, Nainital, Sikkim, Darjeeling, Shillong and Leh.

Wildlife in Himalayas

The majestic Himalayas are home to some of the best preserved national parks and wildlife sanctuaries that foster various species of flora, fauna and avian lives. Come to Himalayas in India where trekking is the most trusted means of exploring the rugged terrains and camping at nights is an experience beyond delight.

Other Indian Hill Stations

Shifting the paradigm from the snow capped might Himalayas to the lush greenery and sprawling gardens in South India. Begin from the only Hill station of Rajasthan –Mount Abu, and Madhya Pradesh – Panchmarhi. Moving towards the west in Maharashtra are Mahabaleshwar and Lonavala in the Sahyadri hills. The Nilgiri range of mountains of South India too are blessed with some of the most exotic hill stations of India, namely Ooty in Tamil Nadu, Chikmaglur and Coorg in Karnataka, Munnar in Kerala.

Trail through the Himalayas, tread through the meandering rivers or stroll though the verdant coffee and tea plantations, the hill station in India, will introduce you to some of nature’s best kept secrets.




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