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Whether it is winters or the blazing Indian summers, hill stations are always apt to spend a vacation. While in the hot season they are a perfect escape from the scorching sun, in the cold season these offer a plethora of adventure sports. This is the reason that places like Srinagar, Shimla and Manali are swamped by tourists all round the year. Be it a honeymoon, family trip or a much-awaited getaway with pals, you can book a package with Yatra and go on an exciting trip to the destination of your choice.
Hill stations in North India are situated close each other. In the state of Himachal Pradesh, you can find a plethora of such escapades like Dharamkot, Palampur, McLeodganj, Sangla, Solan and Dharamshala. Even some of the most popular hill stations in India, such as Shimla, Manali, Kullu and Dalhousie are located here. If you go a little more towards north, you reach Kashmir, which is fondly referred to as the “Heaven on Earth”. Gulmarg and Pahalgam are some well-known hill stations in the region. The best thing about coming here for vacations is that you can even try a range of adventure sports like skiing and paragliding.
The Seven Sisters of Northeast India are quickly gaining fame among globetrotters. If you are looking for some off-beat hill station, you have many options in this region. While Cherrapunjee, Shillong, Mawlynnong and Jowai are some sought-after hill stations in Meghalaya, places like Aizawl and Lunglei are ideal for hill station holidays in the small state of Mizoram. Sikkim, which is famed for India’s highest mountain, Kangchenjunga, has bewitching hill stations like Gangtok, Lachen, Rangpo and Soreng. Owing to its dramatic landscape, Sikkim has also become famous among adventure aficionados, who come here to conquer sky-piercing peaks.
The western part of India has plenty of hill stations where you can go with your loved ones. Khandala and Lonavala are perhaps the two most popular such places. The picturesque beauty of these hill resorts has put them on the wish list of many holidaymakers. A unique place in the state of Maharashtra is Matheran, which is famous as Asia’s only automobile-free hill station. The place is only accessible by walk or horse ride. The serenity and quaintness of this place beckon tourists from all corners of the country.
The Western Ghats bestows South India with many impressive hill stations. Kodaikanal, at an altitude of over 2100 metres, is a land of valleys, lakes and waterfalls in Tamil Nadu. It is a perfect getaway to escape the humid heat of the South Indian summers. Yelagiri, Coonoor, Kotagiri and Ooty are some other hill stations in the state. The state of Kerala maybe known for its palm-fringed beaches and backwaters, but its hill towns also have a great reputation among vacationers. Lakkidi, Vagamon and Thiruvambadi are some towns where you can spend your vacations peacefully. Situated at 1600 metres above sea level, Munnar is perhaps the most well-known hill station in the state. Besides these, Yatra has plenty other hill station tour packages taking you to Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh as well.
Yatra, with its tour packages, is ready to take away all the hassles of planning a trip. You can even customise these itineraries as per your requirements.
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