20 Best Hill Stations In India That Helps To Find Solace

India is a beautiful land of invigorating air and lush green rainforests, brilliant bio-diversity, and magnificent architectures.

It is a picturesque land surrounded by a range of mountains- Himalayas in North, Karakoram and Pir Panjal range lying to the North-west and South of Himalayas, Eastern Mountain Range or Purvanchal range, Satpura and Vindhya Range in Central India, Aravali Range covering Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat, Western Ghats running from Gujarat to Kanyakumari in South India and Eastern Ghats running parallel to Bay of Bengal in eastern part of Indian Peninsula are few of  mountain ranges.

This magnificent country encapsulates about 20 Mountain Ranges; each of them houses beautiful hill stations with a mystic view.

Here we list-“20 Best Hill Stations In India” which are extremely admired among tourists.

We have categorised them into four parts of country-North India, South India, East India and West India.

best hill stations in India

20 Most Beautiful Hill Stations in India To Visit

Best Hill Stations in North India:

There are many breathtaking hill stations nestling in the lap of Himalayas.

1. Nainital:

Nainital

One of the top hill stations in India is Nainital. It is called as the “Lake District of India.
The name “Nainital ” is derived from the shape of this lake Naini which is like Naina, meaning eyes.

Based in the Kumaon Region of Uttarakhand and surrounding the volcanic Lake Naini, this place is well known for its captivating landscape and tranquil beauty.

It provides various adventurous sports and other exciting activities for tourists across the Globe.

Nainital Mountaineering Club is exclusively for adventure lovers and the ones who live their lives to the fullest.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Boating on Naini Lake
  • Naina Devi Temple
  • Mall Road
  • Raj Bhawan
  • Tiffin Top
  • Mukteshwar temple
  • Gurney House
  • Govind Ballabh Pant Zoo
  • Astronomical Observatory and
  • Snow viewpoint.

How To Reach?

The nearest railway station is Kathgodham which is 34 km away. From station private or share cabs are available for Nainital.

What To Buy?

  • Unique Candles
  • Woollen items
  • Shawls
  • Pine Tree Handicrafts
  • Jams and Jellies

When To Visit?

Nainital experiences a pleasant climate throughout the year and can be visited at any time of the year. Summers in Nainital start from March and end in May.

This is the peak tourist time as the temperature is pleasant (100 C to 270C) and is the best escape away from the heat of summer.

2. Shimla:

Shimla

Located on the foothills of Himalayas, Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. It is a historically significant place as it was The Summer Capital of British Rule.

Shimla is also considered to be one of the best tourist destinations in India. It is also called “Architectural Paradise” as the place flaunts many splendid Colonial Architectural Buildings.

Its ethnic culture and eternal beauty is a delight for visitors.

Nati, a local form of dance performed by jubilant locals attract all.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Jakhoo Hills
  • Shimla State Museum
  • Summer Hills
  • Shoolini Temple
  • Mall Road
  • Christ Church
  • Tara Devi Temple
  • Annandale
  • Viceregal Lodge and
  • The Ridge

How To Reach?

The nearest airport is Jubbarhatti, 23 kilometres away.

The famous toy train of Shimla-Kalka makes the place well connected by covering a whopping distance of 96 km in 7 hours, and it is definitely not to be missed!

What To Buy?

  • Traditional colourful souvenirs
  • Variety of cuisines
  • Funky Printed chappals
  • Wooden articles
  • Elegant Jewellery
  • Caps and hats

When To Visit?

March to June is the perfect tourist season as the weather is pleasant ( 100C to 350C) and is ideal for outdoor activities.  It is also the right time for adventure sports like Paragliding, Trekking, Camping and Rafting.

Monsoon is not the right time to visit it as it becomes inconvenient. October to December again is an excellent time to visit. Too much of snowfall in winter becomes inconvenient.

3. Kullu & Manali:

Kullu Manali

The exquisite featured Kullu-Manali is two twin hill stations in India residing in the state of Himachal which are popular among tourists throughout the year.

The place Kullu has many mystical stories attached to its existence is known as Valley of Gods.

It is famous for its divine temples and festivals.

Manali is often called Prime Honeymoon Destination” in India.

The place offers a diversity of things from temples to Heli-skiing and other adrenaline rushing adventure activities.

It is also the starting point of the most enthralling highways of India-“The Leh-Manali Highway”.

What Are The Things To Be Explored In Kulu?

  • Vaishno Devi Temple
  • Bijli Mahadev Temple
  • Raghunathji Temple
  • Jagannathi Devi Temple
  • Basheshwar Mahadev Temple
  • Sultanpur Palace
  • Manikaran
  • Akhaara Bazaar and
  • Great Himalayan National Park

What Are The Things To Be Explored In Manali?

  • Hadimba Temple
  • Rohtang Pass
  • Solang Valley
  • Mall Road
  • Club House
  • Tibetan Monasteries
  • Manu Temple
  • Nehru Kund
  • Vashist Hot Water Springs
  • Bhrigu Lake and Kothi

How To Reach?               

The nearest airport is Bhuntar which is 50 km away. Well connected by buses to places like Delhi, Leh, Shimla, Kullu, Dharamshala,

What To Buy?

  • Woollen Shawls
  • Pickles
  • Juices
  • Best quality Dry fruits
  • Tibetan handicrafts

When To Visit?

October to February is winter and is the best time to visit it for snowfall and skiing.

The temperature drops below 00C. Summers are from March to June and have pleasant weather (100C to 350C).

4. Almora:

Almora

Almora has helped many to find solace in their monotonous life and rejuvenate their body, mind and soul.  

Swami Vivekananda meditated here and wrote some of his famous speeches here in the serenity of this hilly areas.

The tranquil mystic beauty helped many inspiring personalities like Rabindranath Tagore to bring back their lost spark.

Thus the place truly helps you find your inner peace and true potential…A perfect stress buster!

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Martola, Kalimut
  • Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Gobind Vallabh Pant Museum
  • Deer Park
  • Bright End Corner
  • Simotola
  • Kasar Devi Temple
  • Katarmal Sun Temple and
  • Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum

How To Reach?                

Pantnagar (125 km) is the nearest airport to this hill station. The nearest station is Kathgodam, 91 km away.

Well connected by buses to places like Delhi, Leh, Shimla, Kullu, Dharamshala,

What To Buy?

  • Wooden carved frames
  • Women accessories like bangles
  • Fancy utensils and diyas
  • Copperware

When To Visit?

Summers (March to June) are best for sightseeing and outdoor activities. You can visit in Monsoon to see the lush green Himalayas, but there is a restriction to sightseeing and outdoor activities.

Winters are too chill (below freezing point), and one can come to see only snowfall, but you have to be indoor to survive the chill.

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5. Ranikhet:

Ranikhet

It is extremely-popular hill station in India which is known for its mind-blowing fauna and topography of Himalayas.

This Indian hill station flourished during the British era which is bestowed with many holy places.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Jhula Devi Temple
  • Chaubatia Orchard
  • Sunset points
  • Golf Course
  • Binsar Mahadev Temple
  • Haidakhan Babaji Temple
  • Mankameshwar Temple and
  • Ashsiyana Park

How To Reach?                

Pantnagar is the nearest airport to this hill station as well. Also, the nearest station is Kathgodam, 88 km away.

Well connected by buses to places like Haldwani, Kathgodam and Nainital. Taxis are available from Haldwani, Nainital and Almora to this hill station.

What To Buy?

  • Silver ornaments
  • Copper frames
  • Baal Mithai
  • Decorative cloths
  • Woollen items

When To Visit?

Early winter months September, October and November are pleasant and the best time to visit the mysterious beauty of these hills.

6. Gulmarg:

Gulmarg

It is a renowned prime Skiing hill station in India and has a popular Golf resort.

It is a top-rated hill station in Jammu and Kashmir.

Gulmarg means Meadow of Flowersand right to its name, the valley is dotted with exotic blueberries, daisies and many other lovely flowers.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Gulmarg Gondola (world’s second highest cable car)
  • Golf course
  • Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve
  • Baba Reshi Shrine
  • Shark Fin

How To Reach?                

Srinagar is the nearest airport to this hill station which is 56kms away. Also, the nearest station is Jammu, 290 km away.

Well connected by buses to places like Srinagar, Sonmar and other neighbouring towns in Kashmir. Taxis are available from Haldwani, Nainital and Almora to this hill station.

What To Buy?

  • Linen products
  • Traditional clothes(fine-quality phirans)
  • Kashmiri Hoodies and shawl
  • Home décor- Elegant cushion covers and curtains.
  • Walnut handicrafts
  • Silk Carpets
  • Handmade jewellery and antiques

When To Visit?

Summers (March to June) is the peak tourist season.

Winters (December end to mid-February) is an ideal time to enjoy the snowfall and winter sports, and the temperature goes below freezing point. It is a popular skiing destination.

Also read: Top wildlife sanctuaries in India

7.  Dalhousie:

Dalhousie

Named after British General Lord Dalhousie, the town is endowed with temples reflecting the rich Hindu culture and preserves the unique art and handicraft dating back to 6th Century AD.

A visit to this hill station in India is worthwhile since you get a birds-eye view of Dhauladhar Mountain range which is flanked on both sides by 5 hills- Kathalagh, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Alla, Karelanu
  • Dainkund Peak
  • Khajjiar
  • Bakrota Hills
  • Village Lohali
  • Gandhi Chowk
  • Dalhousie Cantonment
  • Sadar Bazar
  • Tibetan Market
  • Panchpula
  • Panjpulla
  • Subhash Baoli

How To Reach?                

The nearest station is Pathankot, 290 km away. Well connected by buses and taxis to places like Dalhousie and other neighbouring towns in Kashmir.

What To Buy?

  • Conventional sacks
  • Graceful dolls
  • Crafted works
  • Unique totes
  • Tibetan crafts like knick-knacks, electronics and toys

When To Visit?

Summer (April to June) is the peak tourist season. But if one wishes to see Dalhousie covered in a white sheet of snow winters (mid-Dec to last January) is a perfect time.

Best Hill Stations in South India:

8. Aruku Valley:

Aruku Valley

It lies in Vishakhapatnam in the state of Andhra Pradesh and is enclosed by dense forests.

A trail to Sangda Waterfalls is one of the most mind-blowing trails.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Borra Caves
  • Araku Tribal Museum
  • Katiki Waterfalls
  • Anantagiri Hills
  • Tyda Park
  • Bheemunipatnam Beach
  • Dumbriguda Waterfalls
  • Chaparai Waterfalls and
  • Padmapuram Botanical Garden

How To Reach?  

The nearest station is Visakhapatnam to Araku valley. Accessible from all the nearby parts of Visakhapatnam.

What To Buy?

  • Hunting tools
  • Textiles
  • Jewellery
  • Kitchen utensils
  • Artefacts
  • Intricate ornaments

When To Visit?

Winter (December to March) is the best time to visit and experience the splendid beauty.

9. Conoor:

Conoor

A remarkable hill station in India set on the foothills of Nilgiri Mountain Range of Tamil Nadu is none other than Conoor.

This Indian hill station gets its name from the beautiful Kurunji Flowers that are found on the mountain slope.

It is famous for its aromatic tea.  The place provides trekking, hiking and bird watching to the visitors.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Heritage Train
  • Sim’s Park
  • Highfield Tea Factory
  • Dolphin’s Nose
  • Rallia Dam
  • Lamb’s Rock
  • Tiger Hill Cemetery
  • Pasteur Institute
  • Laws Falls
  • Tranquil Tea
  • Wellington Gymkhana Club
  • Golf Course and
  • Droog Fort.

How To Reach?   

The nearest airport is Coimbatore around 100 km away. Connected by road to Kochi, Coimbatore and Bangalore.

The magical toy train ride from Ooty is also a good option from where a bus or taxi can be taken.

What To Buy?

  • Varieties of aromatic tea
  • Toda jewellery
  • Organic products like honey and freshly prepared fruit jams
  • Pure lavender
  • Eucalyptus oil
  • Irish and Belgian table sets
  • Handmade antiques

When To Visit?

Summers (March to June) is the best time to visit the place for sightseeing and outdoor activities.

10. Coorg:

Coorg

Kodagu or Coorg is well known as the “Kashmir of South”.

This hill station in Karnataka is unique in its cuisine and traditional outfits like Sarees.

It is renowned worldwide for its Coffee and Tea Plantation.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Coffee and Tea Plantations
  • Abbay Falls
  • Irupu Falls
  • Trekking
  • Dubare Elephant Camp
  • Golden Temple and
  • Namdroling Nyingmapa Tibetan Monastery

How To Reach?    

The nearest airport is in Mysore around 118 km away. Connected by road to Mysore (118 km), Bangalore (255 km) and Mangalore (139 km). Shared taxis and State buses are available.

What To Buy?

  • A countless variety of teas and coffees
  • Honey
  • Spices
  • Dry fruits
  • Kokkethathi Pendant
  • Red Wine
  • Chocolates and Oranges

When To Visit?

Coorg has a pleasant climate and can be visited throughout the year. October- May is the peak tourist season.

11. Idukki:

Idukki hill station

The exotic flora and fauna of this hill station in Kerala make it a popular tourist attraction.

It is renowned for Periyar Tiger Reserve, which is one of the best national parks in India.

This place has a lot to offer to tourists some of the best waterfalls, sanctuaries and other beautiful landscapes in India.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Idukki Arch
  • Damthommankuthu Falls
  • Ramakkalmedu
  • Kulamavu Dam
  • Thattekkad Bird Sanctuary
  • Cheruthoni Dam
  • Painavu
  • Nadukani Hill View Park
  • Kurinjimala Sanctuary
  • Palkulamedu
  • Cheeyappara Waterfalls
  • Keezharkuthu Falls
  • Arch Dam and
  • Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary

How To Reach?   

The nearest railway station is Kottaya and airport is in Cochin. Taxis or public transport are widely available to reach this destination.

What To Buy?

  • Ground Spices
  • Must Try- Chocolate & fish
  • Unique herbs
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Clothes
  • Jewellery
  • Traditional Kerala jewellery
  • Bronze ware
  • Fibrecrafts
  • Traditional white sarees of Kerala.

When To Visit?

It is a year-round tourist destination but should be avoided in Monsoon (July to September) as it receives heavy rain.

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12. Ooty:

ooty

Udhagamandalam or Ooty is a famous hill station in India.

Ooty Lake is a significant tourist attraction of Tamil Nadu that is an artificial expanse of water surrounded by trees and with pleasure boats.

Nilgiri Toy Train Ride takes along the picturesque topography of the Nilgiris.

 What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Avalanche Valley
  • Dolphin’s Nose
  • Rose Gardens
  • Kalhatti Falls
  • Mudumalai National Park
  • Mukurthi National Park
  • Deer Park
  • Wax World and
  • Tribal Museum

How To Reach?      

The nearest railway station is Mettupalayam about 40 km. Coimbatore is the nearest domestic airport which is 88 km away from Ooty.

Well connected by taxis or public transport to reach this destination

What To Buy?

  • Aromatic tea
  • Fresh cheese
  • Fresh spices like cloves, nutmeg, pepper & cardamom
  • Handmade chocolates like truffles & fudges
  • Aromatic Oils

When to visit?

It allures tourist’s year around.  February and March attract a lot of tourists to the different flower shows. Monsoon should be avoided as it restricts the sightseeing.

13. Kodaikanal:

Kodaikanal

The charm of this hill station in India located in Tamil Nadu has earned it the name Princess of Hills.

The star-shaped human-made Kodaikanal Lake is the centre of main attraction for this town.

The place is renowned for spices, homemade chocolates, herbal teas and coffees, oils and orchids.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Berijam Lake
  • Coakers Walk
  • Kodai Lake
  • Kurinjiandavar Temple
  • Dolphin’s Nose
  • Bryant Park
  • Green Valley View and
  • Kodaikanal Solar Observatory

How To Reach?                

The nearest airport is Madurai about 120 km. From here transport facilities are available via public transport like state buses and private buses/taxis.

What To Buy?

  • Citronella oil
  • Neem oil
  • Pain balms, and wintergreen oil
  • Almond chocolates, white chocolate, rum and raisin chocolate, mint chocolates, crispies chocolates,
  • Dreamy paintings
  • Exquisite jewellery
  • Unique lampshades
  • Classy shawls and
  • Bamboo and metal crafts

When To Visit?

It can be visited year around, but September to May is the most recommended time.

Best Hill Stations in East India:

14. Darjeeling:

DARJEELING

Famous for its Darjeeling tea, the Indian hill station in West Bengal is well known as the “Dreamland of the East.”

There are many exotic waterfalls, hills blossoming with beautiful flowers and a tea garden.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Darjeeling Toy Train
  • Senchal Lake
  • Ghoom Monastery
  • Mahakal Temple
  • Observatory Hill
  • Tiger Hill
  • Bhutia Busty Monastery
  • Dhirdham Temple
  • Mountaineering Institute and
  • Darjeeling Zoo

How To Reach?                

The nearest airport is Bagdogra which is about 95 km away. From here transport facilities are available via public transport like state buses and private buses/taxis.

People can also opt for direct flights from Guwahati, Delhi and Kolkata.

What To Buy?

  • Darjeeling tea
  • Fresh cheese
  • Fresh spices like cloves, nutmeg, pepper and cardamom
  • Antiques and handicrafts

When To Visit?

Winter (October to March) is the best time to visit. It rarely snows in Darjeeling.

15. Gangtok:

Gangtok

The Capital City of Sikkim is a delight to visit.

The topography of this hill station in India is a genuinely awestruck one with the scenic view of the 5 Peaks of Kanchenjunga.

It also offers one of the biggest national park in India which is Kanchemjunga National Park.

The place also presents some of best adventure thrilled sports.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Tsomgo Lake
  • Saramsa Garden
  • Hanuman Tok
  • Cholamu Lake
  • Ganesh Tok Viewpoint
  • Kachendzonga National Park
  • Seven Sisters Waterfalls and
  • Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary

How To Reach?                

The nearest airport is Bagdogra which is about 124 km away.

New Jalpaiguri is the nearest railway station that is about 148 kilometres away.

From here transport facilities are available via public transport like state buses and private buses/taxis.

What To Buy?

  • Canvas and wall hanging
  • Tibetan Carpets
  • Dragon sets with gold & silver polish
  • Sikkim tea
  • Alpine cheese
  • Black cardamom
  • Hand-carved wooden tables
  • Sikkim Liquor & Liqueurs

When To Visit?

Gangtok can be visited throughout the year. However, it is advisable to avoid visiting in Monsoon. Spring (March-April) is the best time, and early winter (October-December) is the peak tourist season.

16. Kalimpong:

Kalimpong

This hill station in India is located in the Himalayan foothills of West Bengal.

It is well known for its Orchids and nurseries.

Full of Monasteries and Churches, the place is a classic example of Colonial Architecture.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Neora National Park
  • Mangal Dham
  • Lolegaon
  • Deolo Hill
  • Flower Nurseries
  • Pedong Monastery
  • Thongsha Gumpha
  • Lord Buddha Statue and
  • Park and Zong Dog Palri Fo Brang Gompa.

How To Reach?                

The nearest airport is Kalimpong which is about 79 km away. New Jalpaiguri is the nearest railway station located at a distance of 77 km from Kalimpong.

It is well-connected to Sikkim and other cities of India via road.

What To Buy?

  • Beautifully crafted materials
  • Tibetan handicrafts, woollen clothing and wood carvings.
  • Paintings, thangkas and religion scrolls
  • Long coats, gloves and socks
  • Flavoured tea
  • Handmade paper items

When To Visit?

March to May and September to December are the best time to visit. Monsoon season is not good as it has heavy rainfall.

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17.  Khandal and Lonavala:

Lonavala Khandala

The twin hill stations in India in the state of Maharashtra are full of beautiful caves, mountains, waterfalls and scenic greenery.

The major attractions in Khandala are the sweet “chikkis” of Lonavala are famous worldwide.

The Karla Caves in Lonavala connects to Buddhism dating back to the 9th Century.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Kune Falls
  • Bhor Ghat
  • Rajmachi Point
  • Della Adventure Park
  • Lion point
  • Tiger point
  • Bhushi Dam
  • Wax Museum

How To Reach?                

The nearest railway station is Lonavala station. Lonavala-Khandala route is well connected by road as well.

Private buses/taxis and state buses are available as well.

What To Buy?

  • Lonavala chikki-Maganlal
  • Fudges
  • Jelly
  • Chocolate
  • Handicrafts articles

When To Visit?

This hill station in the Western Ghats can be visited throughout the year but is most preferred during Monsoon. The ideal months to visit are from October-March.

18.  Matheran:

Matheran hill station in maharashtra

It is famous for being – Asia’s only automobile-free hill station in India.

The Toy Train Ride from Neral to Matheran covers the entire topography of the hill station giving a panoramic view to the tourist from all around the world.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Alexander Point
  • Echo Point
  • Charlotte Lake
  • King George Point
  • One Tree Hill
  • Chowk Point
  • Louisa Point
  • Monkey Point and
  • Porcupine Point

How To Reach?                

Matheran is about 90 kilometres from Mumbai. The nearest railway station to this hill station is Neral from the central line.

Expresses trains from Mumbai or Pune are available on a daily basis

Shared taxis and public states buses are available from Neral and Karjat as well till Aman Lodge.

A cute toy train from Aman Lodge is available. People can easily walk or hire a horse ride.

What To Buy?

  • Chikkis
  • Leather Goods
  • Dried edible Wildflowers
  • Cane Items
  • Kolhapuri Chappals
  • Honey
  • Caps and hats

When To Visit?

Any time of the year is suitable. The visibility is less during Monsoon due to rain, but the weather is fantastic during that time.

19.  Saputara:

Saputara

Saputara means “Aankho ka tara” and is only hill station in India located in Gujarat.

It is just 80 Kms away from another beautiful hill station in Madhya Pradesh, Panchmarhi which is called asQueen of Saputara” ( Saputara ki Rani).

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Saputara Lake
  • Gira Falls
  • The Ropeway
  • Hatgadh Fort
  • Lake Garden
  • Nageshwar Mahadev temple
  • Vansda National Park
  • Saputara Museum and
  • Sunset point

How To Reach?                

The nearest railway station to this hill station is Waghai railway station at Billimora

This railway station is well connected with Mumbai, Gujarat and Ahmedabad

Once you reach the station, you can board a taxi or a bus which is the most economical option to get to the central city.

What To Buy?

  • Beautiful artefacts and handicrafts made of bamboo
  • Saplings of fruit trees, flowering plants and creepers
  • Pottery, jewellery, vases, paintings, pen stands, key chains
  • Big sized bamboo lamps,
  • Honey

When To Visit?

October to February is the best time to visit the place.  It can be visited throughout the year. It receives heavy rainfall during Monsoon.

20.  Mount Abu:

Mount Abu

The ONLY hill station in India, located in desert-like Rajasthan.  Mount Abu is known worldwide for famous Dilwara Jain Temple and its breath-taking Sunset points.

One can easily find those graceful Rajasthani and Gujarati handlooms, textiles and artefacts in the nearby markets of this hill station.

What Are The Things To Be Explored?

  • Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Nakki Lake
  • Abu Road
  • Achalgarh
  • Trevor’s Tank
  • Guru Shikhar
  • Peace Park and
  • Adhar Devi Temple

How To Reach?                

The nearest railway station is Abu road railway station which is 28kms from the main city.

This railway station is well-connected by rail routes New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, and Mumbai

From Abu Road, you can opt for state transport service or Taxis on both sharing and private basis.

What To Buy?

  • Bandhinis
  • Handmade dolls
  • Artistic mirrors
  • Woollen sweaters & shawls
  • Rajasthani Sweets
  • Cotton and silk Jaipur quilts
  • Rajasthani Joottis

When To Visit?

It can be visited all through the year. If you want to experience the famous Gangaur festival, March is the ideal time to visit this tiny hill station.

To Sum Up

One should undoubtedly witness the charm of some of these incredible hill stations in India and lose yourself in its charismatic beauty.

Their serenity and tranquillity help to take your time off from the daily routine.

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