10 Exotic Hill Stations of India


Capital of 'the Magnificent' Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is situated at an altitude of 2159m and surrounded by snow covered mountains, green meadows and a wholesome climate. Decorated in the midst of pine, oak and rhododendron, Shimla is located in the midst of west Himalayas, thus you can experience pleasant summers and snowy winters. With a lot of diversity, Shimla is a perfect place for fishing, skiing, trekking and other adventurous sports. Also known as 'the Queen of Hills', the Shimla Ridge gives you scintillating experience of the sunset and you are sure to cherish the memories forever.



Shillong is the capital city of the State, Megahalya as well as the District headquarters of East Khasi Hills District. The only hill station accessible from all states, Shillong is derived from the word Shyllong, a powerful deity. Situated at an altitude of 1,491m above sea level, Shillong is a popular spot among both locals and tourists. Shillong scintillates tourists with its wide range of flora and fauna as the best months to see the flowers bloom is in April and October.
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1: Here, More information about hill stations in India.
Posted by: Indian hill stations - 08 Sep, 2017
2: http://www.weswagger.com/2016/04/places-in-india-must-visit.html

167 places with images to visit in India
Posted by: weswagger - 02 Apr, 2016
3: Nainitaal is the best hill station in north india.
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Posted by: Neha - 08 Jun, 2014
4: Dear Friend,
10 Exotic Hill Stations of India? May be you no nothing about North East India... There is a place called Tawang, a district of Arunachal Pradesh. Go there once!!! Your perspective will change.
Posted by: Raghavendra - 06 Apr, 2013
5: Sure thing I am planning to go but the area is sensitive with China
Avijit replied to: Raghavendra post - 11 Jun, 2016
6: Hi . I support you sir,
Mathew replied to: Raghavendra post - 07 Apr, 2013
7: Dear Sir,

I think you need to do more research before publishing such articles. Ooty, Kodai, Shimla, Manali , Musoorie are all concrete jungles and you cannot call them exotic. There are many lovely hill stations in North East and North India. Please learn and then publish.
Mathew replied to: Mathew post - 07 Apr, 2013