Sunday, September 26, 2010

India Hill Stations

The great Himalayas contain some of the highest peaks of the world, uncharted glaciers and valleys, a variety of vegetation and wildlife, a wide range of forests, waterfalls surrounded in fog and mist and marvelous hill stations and hill resorts depicting a totally new world of its own. The hill stations in India are gateways to beauty and exotic experience in the whole world.

The snow clad peaks and cool hill stations provide relief and relaxing retreat to all from the heat and dust of the plains. The hill stations in India are a perfect tourist destination among the tourists from India and also the world over. The tourists from around the globe come in large numbers and visit these mystical and popular hill stations. One can spot tourists in hill stations of India spending a vacation with their families and friends throughout the year. This in turn generates revenue for the particular state govt. The govt. has done a lot and is concentrating more on plans for making easier, comfortable and memorable journey for the tourists. The govt. as well as private players has opened hotels and resorts to cater to the domestic as well as the international market and one can get exciting options for accommodation and reasonable rates. Most of the hill stations are located at 600 m to 3500 m above the sea level. Mountaineering, camping, trekking and paragliding are some of the great options that these hill stations provide.

The Indian people love to go the hill stations leaving behind the hustle and bustle of the city life. You can spot a number of honeymoon-goers in these hill stations and many people go with their families, friends and loved ones.

India is one of the most beautiful places to visit on the planet and with the mesmerizing and enchanting experience of the hill stations, India is the perfect option for the travelers from around the globe.

The following are some of the popular hill stations of India: Almora, Dalhousie, Darjeeling, Gangtok, Gulmarg, Kodiakanal, Kufri, Ladakh, Mahabaleshwar, Manali, Mount Abu, Munnar, Mussoorie, Nainital, Nilgiri Hills, Ooty, Panchgani, Patnitop, Shimla, Srinagar, Anantagiri Hills, Chamba Valley, Chikaldhara, Chopta, Coorg, Dhanaulti, Dharamsala, Horsley Hills, Kalimpong, Kangra. Badrinath, Bhimtal, Chail, Devikulam, Idukki, Itanagar, Kasauli, Khajjiar , Khandala, Kullu, Lonavala, Nandi Hills, Pithoragarh, Renuka, Saputara, Zanskar.

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