Nature has blessed India with some of the most beautiful hill station destinations. Spend your holidays in the nature's lap while vacationing in hill stations of India.
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Cozy Honeymoons, sipping tea prepared from freshly plucked leaves, spice plantation safari with a local tribal, Trekking, Bungee Jumping, Para-gliding, Skiing, a quiet, undisturbed family vacation, holidaying with Nature in Hill Resorts --- if your interest matches any of these, you have landed on the right page and the right launchpad to set off your trip to the best hill-stations of India.
Once summer retreats of the British & Kings... Rendezvous hte Indian hill resorts
Vacations in a land where some of the world’s mightiest mountains stand sentinels – the Himalayas and the Karakoram on the north, the Aravalli on the West, the Eastern and Western Ghats and the Nilgiris down south. All this in together make the country a popular destination for vacationing in the popular hill stations of India.

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Hill Station of the Month: Nainital
Yatching in Naini LakeTrip Highlights: Boating Cruise at the pristine Naini lake, Gondola (cable car) ride from the valley to Snow View point at 7447 ft. (2,270 m), horse safari to Land’s End at 9,452 ft. (2881 m), Trekking to the Cheena Peak at 8566 ft (2611m).

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Read what Visitors say..
The Kasauni trek at Almora Hill Station was one of the best I have ever had in my life. The sound of temple bells and the wonderful scenery create magic...
- Samantha, New Jersey
I sat by the fireside sipping Darjeeling tea while Robert had his second peg of Chhang. In the twilight the misty hills seemed to come alive with specks of light here and there..
- Jeena, a Mexican school-teacher, fondly recalls her memorable rendezvous with Darjeeling.
Dalhousie will seduce you into writing. I did seven posts on my blog in 5-days. Nature can be very infatuating...
- Satadru Kashyap, an Engineer with Essar Oils, traveled with us to Dalhousie in 2004.
Kashmir is perfectly safe for tourists. Just avoid the conflicting areas...Gulmarg is 'the paradise' in paradisaical Kashmir....
- Kabir Malhotra, Engineer in Essar Oils, Texas, on his trip to Gulmarg in 2005.
The journey to Leh-Ladakh via Zoji-La pass was my short-life’s most adventurous drive. The weather was curious -- skin blisters under the sun while the cold breeze numbs you...
- Chiranjeev, India
I never thought the desert-land Rajasthan had this hill station called Mount Abu. The ambience at the Dilwara temples was special...heights add divinity perhaps. My son however, enjoyed the bird-watching trip at the Trevor’s Tank..
- Anna, New Jersey, visited Mount Abu in 2005.
Nainital is one of the most beautiful hill stations in India. Trekking up I was wondering why is it called the Cheena (China) peak. Once there, at 8566 ft, you feel you can see upto China in the distant horizon...
- Nadia, Spain, visited Nainital in 2004.
Ooty, feels like a slice of paradise...the variety of flowers I saw in one day surpasses that I saw in my entire life-time...
- Sarah, Australia, recalls her trip to Ooty.
Spend a day or an entire week at Patnitop, it will only whet your appetite for more. It is too lovely for words...
- Paul Allen, UK.
The Mall Street in Shimla reminded me of New Zealand, while the scenery at our Resort window was so similar to that of my Swiss hometown...
- Heida and her fiance visited Shimla in 2005..
The orchid variety at Tipi orchidarium was mind-boggling...The nunneries of Tawang are a different world’s story altogether...
- Suraiyya Ahmed, Pakistan, spent a month at Tawang in 2002 to complete her thesis on Buddhism.

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