India's Hidden Gems

10  Lesser-known hill stations of India

By FamousIndia

Kasol Himachal Pradesh

Nestled in the Parvati Valley, Kasol is often referred to as "Little Israel" due to its significant Israeli population.

Yercaud Tamil Nadu

This hill station is home to the rare Kurinji flower, which blooms once every twelve years, painting the landscape in vibrant shades of blue.

Kurseong West Bengal

The famous toy train ride from Darjeeling passes through Kurseong, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding tea gardens.

Chikhaldara Maharashtra

This hidden gem is renowned for its wildlife sanctuary, coffee plantations, and the scenic Bhimkund Waterfall, making it a paradise for nature lovers.

Mashobra Himachal Pradesh

This serene retreat is home to the Presidential Retreat, where the President of India often stays during summer.

Tawang Arunachal Pradesh

Tawang is a hidden paradise with its snow-capped peaks and ancient monasteries. It is home to the second-largest Buddhist monastery in the world,.

Munsiyari Uttarakhand

This quaint hill station offers stunning views of the snow-covered peaks of Nanda Devi and is a base for treks to Milam and Ralam glaciers.

Coonoor Tamil Nadu

The toy train journey from Ooty to Coonoor is a delightful experience that showcases the region's natural beauty.

Chopta Uttarakhand

It is the starting point for the trek to Tungnath, the highest Shiva temple in the world, and offers panoramic views of the majestic Himalayan peaks.

Dhanaulti Uttarakhand

Dhanaulti is a tranquil hill station surrounded by dense forests of deodar and rhododendron.

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