Shimla: Though currently this is the state capital of Himchal Pradesh back in the day it was the summer capital of the British Raj. Colonial style buildings and the railway still witness the colonial past of this town while it is enriched with oak, pine forests are famous for creating beautiful photographic moments for the tourists. The old Christ Church and its colourful stained glass windows is a landmark that attracts visitors of all religions.
Manali: Manali is also one of the fabulous hill station around India. This place is mainly famous for its high hills and valley If you want to just relax, enjoy the soothing temperature this is the ideal place for you. Soothing backdrop of Himalayas itself is one reason for some travellers to visit here. The pine forest borders and the Beas River adds more charm to this hill station.
Munnar: Rolling hills of tea plantations is a familiar sight if you visit Munnar. For the tea aficionados this is an ideal place to witness how the tea buds are plucked and processed. Enjoying that tea that has been freshly processed is another opportunity you can witness. Tea cannot get any fresher than that. Also one can have a stroll and enjoy the views of surrounding misty hills, forests and exotic plants and wildlife.
Srinagar: The lakes and gardens in this summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir makes it stand unique among the other hill stations. The gardens that were cultivated by the Mughal emperors and the annual “Tulip Festival” held in April are the key reasons for some to visit here. The inviting golf courses is another reason for some to visit this hill station.