Northern India boasts some of the world popular hill stations. Whether it is the very picturesque Himachal Pradesh, naturally abundant Uttarakhand or the paradisiacal Jammu and Kashmir, there are a number of hill stations where you can spend some quality moments of solitude along with your family and friends. If you are fed up with the rat race of the city life and want to take a break from the humdrum sort of existence, you can plan a hill station tour to northern India now and escape to the wonders of the Himalayas.
If you want to undertake a hill station tour in the Uttarakhand region of the northern Indian subcontinent, there are popular holiday retreats like Mussoorie, Nainital, Almora, Auli and Ranikhet among others. Himachal Pradesh offers you widely know hill stations including Kullu Manali, Dharamshala, Khajjiar, Shimla and Kasauli among others.
Most of the hill stations in northern India were discovered and developed by the Britishers during the British Raj in India. The old world colonial charm is still there in the form of cobbled pathways, gabled roof-houses, beautiful orchards and quaint shops. There is a lot more that allows to take a trip back in time reminiscing the colonial era in India. Apart of wonderful sightseeing options, these hill stations also offer travellers a wide range of adventure activities to indulge in.
Whether you are traveling alone, in a small group or with your near and dear ones, you can be rest assured that your hill station tour in northern India is going to be one of the most memorable experiences of your life. If you are interested in a hill station tour, you can get in touch with our travel counselors right away completely tailored holiday packages.
During the Chardham season, tourists and pilgrims start flocking to Uttarakhand and seek blessings. If you're planning the Chardham travel, you can have a look at Fixed Departure package.
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