Top 5 hill stations in India one should visit

India is a place known for its rich beauty and heritage. There has been a lot of places in India where you can you can go with family and even with friends. A lot of places whose beauty need to be cherished and praised. If you are very fond of tracking there are beautiful hill stations where you can go.


Surrounded by infinite slopes of emerald-green tea plantations and set against a backdrop of jagged white Himalayan peaks, Darjeeling has nestled away in the northern regions of West Bengal.

  • Shillong, Meghalaya​

The capital city of Meghalaya, Shillong sits amidst the Khasi Hills. One of the most charming hill stations of India, it’s famous for receiving the highest rainfall in the world and for its dynamic music scene—being home to the country’s favourite Blues band, Soulmate and India's most popular bluesman, Lou Majaw.

  • Coorg​

Karnataka Spread out on the Western Ghats, the misty valley of Coorg is enveloped in emerald landscapes and acres of coffee, tea and spice plantations. Fondly referred to as the ‘Scotland of India’ due to its verdant beauty and pleasant weather conditions, Coorg is a major centre for spice and coffee production. So, just back and watch the fog roll by.

  • Ooty​

 Tamil Nadu Established as a summer retreat by the British and nicknamed ‘Snooty Ooty', Ooty is a visual delight filled with pretty cottages, fenced flower gardens, thatched-roof churches and terraced botanical gardens.

  • Coonoor​

Tamil Nadu Smaller and quieter than its neighbour Ooty, Coonoor is nestled in the Nilgiri Mountains and is surrounded by rolling hills and tea and coffee plantations.

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