This summer, head to some unexplored and hidden hill stations in India. Towards the north and upper east to get some time off from the heat. And, in the winter, you can always go the ones in the south to get some relief from the sharp cold. Isn’t it amazing? However. finding a place all by yourself can be time-consuming, especially when your priority is to spend some time alone with nature. But can it always be possible with all the meddling crowd?
If you are someone who’s planning for a trip but cannot decide which non-crowded place to explore, then don’t worry because we have got you covered. Here are few less explored, less crowded and beautiful hill stations in India to add to your list.
Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
About 500 km from Guwahati, Tawang is one of the few hidden nooks in the hills of Eastern Himalayas. Famous for its monastery which dates back to several centuries, this District shares boundary with Tibet. It’s a place like heaven with a lot of scenery. The climate of the place is enough for mental peace and body relaxation. One of the lesser-known but surely one of the loveliest hill station.
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life then this is the ideal place. With a clean and serene view, it offers an exquisite list of sightseeing places to choose from. The best part is that life starts early in Pelling at 6:00 AM and top it all the people seem to be healthy staying close to nature. Once the night sets in, it makes the place even more beautiful.
Shimoga in Karnataka, Western Ghats
Those who are a nature lover, adventure seeker and photo fantastic, this place is for you, The most attractive are the waterfalls and Linganamakki Dam which are most important for Karnataka people’s. Also, the jog falls which is the best attractive place in Shimoga. This is a great place to enjoy the freshness in the air. The place is just a magnificent piece of nature’s beauty.
Dhanaulti in Uttarakhand, Kaudia Range
Gone are days where you can just go out of the hotel to see what is called a hill station. Plus, as away from the main city with less crowd, you could see snow-capped mountains on the way and from the park even in summer. Great place for couples, family and group. Too many places to take photos for sweet memories of your trip.
Idukki is one of the most nature-rich areas of Kerala. High ranges and wooded valleys offer diverse attractions like wildlife sanctuaries, hill stations, spice plantation tours, jungle walks and safaris, mountain treks, elephant rides, etc. The place is home to a large population of tribals, the main tribes being Muthuvan, Malayarayan, Mannan, Paliyan, Urali, Ulladan, Malavedan and Malampandaram.
So there you have it—a list of amazing destinations to explore on your next trip! The only question is, which one will you pick?