Gangtok, the Capital city of Sikkim lies at 5410 feet above sea-level and has all the glories of a hill station wrapped into it. The main inhabitants of the city are the charming Lepchas, Nepalese and Bhutias who migrated and settled in the region from different parts of Nepal and Bhutan.
‘The City Beautiful’ as it is lovingly called; Chandigarh is the first ever planned city of post-Independence India. Apart from serving as the Capital city of Punjab and Haryana, the bustling city of Chandigarh is also a Union Territory.
The ‘Golden City of India’ as it is lovingly called, Jaisalmer in Rajasthan lies stretched across the Thar Desert in a sheet of golden sand. Dating back to 1156 AD, the city has witnessed its fair share of Rajput Monarchy and holds quite a few significant footmarks of it.
A quaint little town tucked away in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh in India, Kasauli also doubles up as a hill station. The sleepy little town was founded by the British way back in 1842 and has everything to make it an enjoyable summer retreat.
The bustling city of Pune in Maharashtra has become one of the most populated and happening cities of India in recent times. The lively and colorful city is known as the Cultural Capital of Maharashtra because of the immense diversity of its inhabitants.
Resplendent with sparkling artificial lakes and massive shining palaces, Udaipur in Rajasthan is lovingly called the Venice of the East. Nestled amongst the Aravalli Ranges, the small city holds testimony of the grandeur that the Rajputs lived in down the history of India.
Set in the lap of nature in North Bengal, Kalimpong is a beautiful little hill station known for its colorful wooden houses and flourishing horticulture. The main inhabitants of Kalimpong are the charming Nepalese and Lepchas who are known for their warmth and hospitality.
The beautiful hill station of Manali basks in the surging number of tourists mainly during the summer months of March to June. Its rugged terrain, emerald rolling hills and the beautifully balanced climate makes Manali a major hub of adventure sports. The narrow paths cut into the mountains and the thrilling silence of lush vegetation with lovely waterfalls peeking out …
The picturesque hill station of Shimla in Himachal Pradesh is a treasure trove of outdoor activities. The close contact with the pure beauty of nature and the perfectly pleasant weather enables you to have a relaxing and eventful vacation. The white snow-clad peaks in the horizon mingled with the sparkle of dense green vegetation feels like a soothing balm to …
The picturesque valley of Manali in Himachal Pradesh lies cuddled in the Northern end of Kullu district at an altitude of 6726 ft. The charming hill station with all its beauty is a paradise for honeymooners and couples looking to spend some quiet time in privacy.