Top 15 Best Hill Stations You Can't Miss In India

16/OCTOBER /2023


The scenic valley of Gulmarg known as the Meadow of Flowers is a paradise surrounded by the mighty snow-clad mountains. It is a magnificent tourist destination in the valley  of Kashmir 


Pahalgam is a quaint town known as the Valley of Shepherds. It is the gateway to the Amarnath Yatra and is famous for its pine forests and stunning landscape 


Ladakh is renowned for its highest mountain passes, superb landscapes, crystal clear skies, adventure activities, Buddhist Monasteries, and festivals 


Located in the Kullu Valley, Manali is known for the snow-laden Solang Valley, scenic Rohtang Pass, and adventure activities like paragliding, trekking, and skiing 


Mussoorie, the queen of hill stations is famous for its scenic beauty, views of the Garhwal Himalayas and  Doon Valley 


Nestled in the Kumaon Himalayas and encircling the Naini Lake, Nainital is a famous Hill Station famous for the Naina Devi Temple and  its Mall Road 


Shimla is a popular summer and winter destination. It is famous for its natural beauty, colonial-era architecture and picturesque views of the Mighty Himalayas 


It is a popular Hill Station bestowed with the overwhelming Kanchenjunga and beautiful tea plantations. Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a must-experience 


Gangtok is a renowned Hill station known for its scenic beauty, spectacular views of the Kanchenjunga, Nathu La Pass, and Tsomgo Lake 


Shillong is referred to as the Scotland Of The East because of its lush green hills, pristine beauty, and beautiful waterfalls 


Tawang situated near the Indo-China border is a picturesque town endowed with snow-blanketed passes, lakes, and beautiful Buddhist monasteries 

Mount Abu

Mount Abu, Rajasthan's only hill station, is renowned for its cool climate, serene Nakki Lake, and the exquisite Dilwara Temples with stunning marble carvings 


Queen of Hill Stations, Ooty is nestled in the Nilgiri Mountains, known for its cool climate, tea gardens and forests all around 


Known as the 'Scotland of India' Coorg is one of the most popular and scenic hill  towns in Karnataka 


Munnar is among the most sought travel destinations in Kerela famous for sprawling tea plantations, hills, scenic valleys, and  beautiful waterfall