We are providing you with the list of 5 hill station spots that you can visit in India and get relaxed.
Entirely built by the Britishers, Ranikhet accounts for the beauty of fauna and topography of the Himalayas. It provides a very calm atmosphere for the visitors to relax. Britishers were captivated by its beauty to an extent that they thought of naming it as the summer capital instead of Shimla.
Along with being one of the most favourite places for tourists, Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh is home to the holy Dalai Lama. Covered by the lofty mountains and dotted by Deodar and Cedar forests, this beautiful hill station in India is amongst the most popular hill stations in the country. Dharamshala is situated at an altitude of about 1487m in the Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh. The city is divided into two parts namely, Dharamshala and Mcleodganj and is separated by a village called Ganchen Kyishong. The hill station has managed to attract the attention of many tourists due to its relaxing environment and scenic beauty. A large number of travellers visit here especially in the summer. However, many tourists like to visit in winter here to see the snowfall.
This beautiful and quiet town of Garhwal region in Uttarakhand is a perfect place to spend a vacation. Lansdowne is a destination where one can relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. Dotted with pine tree forest, Lansdowne is also the training centre for Garhwal regiment. Situated at an altitude of 1700m, this beautiful town is an ideal weekend getaway from Delhi.
It is the capital of Sikkim. Gangtok is one of most serene and captivating cities in the world. Gangtok offers a lot of adventurous and thrilling activities. The scenic view of the five peaks of Kanchenjunga makes its view really breath-taking.
Tawang lies in the state of Arunanchal Pradesh. It has India’s biggest Tibetan Monastery, and is a holy place for the Buddhism Pilgrimage. It is filled with numerous monasteries, nunneries, waterfalls, hot water springs and pristine lakes. The top attractions are Jaswanth Garh, Bumla pass, Tawang monastery, Sela pass, Nuranang waterfalls and many more.
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