1.Ooty:

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There was a time when the Britishers recognized this hill station in the early 19th century as the summer headquarters of the Chennai government. It has now progressed into a calming and peaceful terminus that can help to escape the summer heat of Tamil Nadu. Ooty Hill Station most popular magnetisms are the Botanical Gardens, boating in the Ooty Lake, and hiking to reach Dodabetta Peak for an outstanding view of the Nilgiri hills.

 

2.Nainital:

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This beautiful terminus is part of the Kumauni region of Uttarakhand state and was once upon a time a popular summer departure of the British. It still harbors  the serene and emerald colored Naini Lake that is enclosed by the action filled Mall lined with restaurants, shops, hotels, and market.

 

3.Kodaikanal:

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Settled 120 kilometers from Madurai in the Palani Hills of Tamil Nadu, Kodaikanal means “Gift of the Forest”. True to the meaning, the terminus is full of many diversities of flora and fauna. The city also boasts of an annual gardening show at the landscaped botanical Bryant Park in May where people enjoy the waterfalls, boating in the lake, along with simply walking on the nature trails. Herbs and aromatherapy oils are also some of the most interesting things to buy in the hill station of which eucalyptus oil is the most popular.

 

4.Darjeeling:

Darjeeling

This well-known hill station in West Bengal is full of lush tea gardens and is also blessed by the spectacular view of Mount Kanchenjunga, the world’s third highest peak. Some other popular magnetisms include the cloisters, botanical gardens, a zoo, and the longest cable car in Asia- Darjeeling-Rangeet Valley Passenger Ropeway cable car. Darjeeling Hill Station also a delightful place to walk around, and explore the tea estates and foliage around.

 

5.Ladakh:

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Traveling to Leh – Ladakh can be an exhilarating experience. Ladakh holds immense beauty for the beholder; the mountainous desert stretches from peak to peak, a divine painting done in strokes of purple, brown and grey, with streaks of silver and patches of green along the Indus River. Tourist Attractions in Leh-Ladakh includes its pristine beauty, its well known monasteries, its cities and the adventure sports like trekking, rafting in Indus and mountain climbing. Safaris are also part of its tourist attraction. Exploring Ladakh on the Yak back or the camel, can be an experience worth taking back home.

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