1. Sri Nagar
Venice of the Earth” and “ Paradise on
Earth” are the renowned name of Sri Nagar.Sri Nagar is a heavenly beautiful
city, which is located in the magical . Sri Nagar is the summer capital of valley
of Kashmir Jammu and Kashmir. Beautiful houseboats, tranquil lakes, historic gardens
and amazing natural beauty gather a large number of tourists every year.
|Dal Lake In Sri Nagar|
Beautiful flowers, mountain trails, picturesque landscapes, aromatic tea gardens, scented cardamom plantation, radiant and refreshing environment, these all are the synonym of Ooty. Ooty is a very beautiful hill station of
It is located in the Southern India. Tamil Nadu state is
blessed with a heavenly beautiful place – Ooty.
Munnar in Kerala is the hub of sprawling tea plantation.Anamalai hill range of Kerala is dazzle with the beautiful misty hill land Munnar.
|Natural Beauty Of Munnar|
Queen of hills-Mussoorie is located in Dehradun of state Uttarakhand.It is very popular place among the North Indians. It is also well renowned place for honeymooners.
“Land of the lush green tea gardens” - it is the other name of
Darjeeling is located in West
Bengal. Steep mountain ridge, emerald green tea gardens, snow clad
high hills increases the beauty of this land. Botanical gardens, zoo,toy train and
monasteries are the major enchantment of Darjeeling.
|Toy Train Of Darjeeling|
Shimla is the capital city of state Himachal Pradesh. In the British era of
Manali comes under the top ten hill stations of
and it is also the first choice of honeymooners and adventure freaks. Manali is
known as “Switzerland of India”. It is a perfect blend of high peak mountains, snow,
picturesque landscapes, lush green forest and wonderful lands.
|Paragliding In Manali|
8. Leh and Ladakh
Leh and Ladakh is the first choice to explore the beauty of
Himalaya regions. Leh is
the capital of Ladakh and Leh is the most popular panoramic hill station.
|Snow Clad Peaks In Leh|
9. Mount Abu
|Lake In Mount Abu|
Mahabaleshwar is the highest hill station of the Maharashtra.It is situated in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra. ”God of Great Power”, it is the meaning of Mahabaleshwar.