10 Exotic Hill Stations of India


Green, radiant, environment fresh and clean- Ooty is located in the state of Tamil Nadu in southern India. At an altitude of 2240m, this hill station is blessed with conifers, pine and eucalyptus trees. An ecstatic location for trekkers, Ooty is clustered in an arena that is surrounded by four hills- Elk Hill, Snowdon, Doddabetta and Club Hill. These hills form a part of Nilgiri Mountains that are structured with the Western and Eastern Ghats. Sloping mountains covered in rare funnel-shaped blue lavenders, deep forest, lakes, and waterfalls all together contribute in giving the visitors a mind chilling experience that make your stay in Ooty.

Doddabetta Peak, Pykara, Pine forest, Wenlock Downs, Kamaraj Sagar Dam, Mudumalai National Park, Mukurthi National Park, Emerald Lake, Avalanche Lake and Upper Bhavani are some of the popular attractions near Ooty.
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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