Hill Stations to Escape the Summer Heat

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Hill Stations to Escape the Summer Heat

There are some breath-taking places which are known for their awe-inspiring pulchritude and divine surroundings. From the perennial river to lush green verdant, these places are enriched with such endowments which have become the center of attraction for many. Travelers from all around the globe converging into these places to let their travel lust slaked. Apart from that, such places have also become the epicenter for love birds come here to mark their love stay eternal. As the popularity of such avenues growing exorbitantly, here is the complete list of it.

Goa: As this destination offers pristine beaches, scenic views, and warm climate, Goa houses some of the breath-taking places. Popularly regarded as the land of sun, sand, and sea, everything sync well for making it the tourists wonderland. Not a day passes by when you would find empty beaches or people slacking off on the beach. There must be something going on. Be it enjoying the sun-bathed beach or seating next to the bone fire under the canopy of twinkling stars, you will have your money’s worth upon arriving here. Moreover, there some historical monuments to take notice of.  Bom Jesus Basilica, Se Cathedral, Chapel of St. Catherine are some of the places you would love to add in your bucket list while visiting here.

Kullu Manali, Himachal Pradesh- Hill station settled along with the river Beas, Manali is one of the best tourist destinations to experience. A place is renowned for its snow-capped mountains, scenic view, history, and culture. Often referred to as the “Valley of the Gods”, as you get to explore many historical temples. If you love trekking, then this hill station is the perfect place to visit as you get to do many different treks. The place remains crowded throughout the year as tourists can experience many adventure activities like river rafting, snow activities, paragliding etc.

Nainital, Uttarakhand- A small town in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand also known as the “Lake District of India”. One of the most popular honeymoon destinations in India, Nainital provides many opportunities for fun and exploration including parasailing, horse riding, rock climbing, canoeing etc. The most popular tourist spots are the Naini Lake, Tiffin Top, Snow View, and Naini Peak. The market always remains crowded and streets lead to beautiful forest patches. A hill station for which tourist love to experience again and again.

Darjeeling, West Bengal- The place is famous for lush tea gardens, a great place to walk around and explore the tea estates, villages, and market. Darjeeling is blessed with a stunning view of Mount Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak in the world. Some of the main attraction includes historic toy train, botanical garden, zoo, monasteries, and Darjeeling Rangeet Valley Passenger Ropeway.

Shillong, Meghalaya- Popularly known as “Scotland of the East”, the capital city Meghalaya. The best time to explore this place is during monsoon as the city brings in a new life and the surrounding landscapes are captivating. Spend quality time at the Shillong peak and gaze at the green hills, have a picnic with your family near Elephant Falls, or go boating at the Umiam Lake. For adventure, go for water sports like water skiing at any stunning lake.

Sri Nagar, Kashmir- The summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir often referred to as the “Land of Lakes and Gardens” attracts tourist because of its lovely lakes and relaxing houseboats. Many of the gardens there were created by Mughal emperors, so the gardens have a distinctly Mughal influence also, Asia’s largest tulip garden is in here. If you love playing golf, then this place is perfect for you as there are several courses in Srinagar.

Nainital: Embedded in the heart of Uttarakhand, Nainital is the most sought-after destination for travelers. From snow-clad mountains to perennial rivers flowing alongside and the greenery, everything is magical about this place.

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