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These Beautiful Pictures Of Indian Hill Stations Will Definitely Make It To Your List Of Must Visit Places

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Everyone loves traveling. Many of us like to explore new places, new hill stations. Some of us are travel freak who just wait for the weekend so that they can just put their shoes, carry their bag and explore new places. Well, this is honestly a good way to live life. India is a country where you have many places to explore. After hectic weekdays, who don’t want to relax. Let us take you to the virtual trips of several beautiful Indian hill stations which will definitely make it to your travel list.

 

1. Kasol

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Kasol is called a mini Israel of India, because of the high percentage of Israeli tourists. Kasol is the hamlet in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated around the Parvati river surrounded by lush green grass. It is the Himalayan spot for backpackers.

 

2. Manali

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Manali is a beautiful place and a dream destination of backpackers and honeymoon couples. Skiing and adventure sports at Solang Valley, shopping at Mall road are the best things to do in Manali. The views of Manali are breathtaking. You need to check this Honeymoon Package in India.

 

3. Shimla

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Imagine walking on the Mall Road, a beautiful place in Shimla. Though one of the crowded places, but the experience of the toy train from Kalka to Shimla will cherish you forever.

 

4. Mussoorie

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One of the best tourist destinations of Uttarakhand, Mussoorie has many spots which make this one of the famous honeymoons destinations for the couple. Mussoorie is surrounded by Himalayan snow ranges, and to the south, the Doon Valley and Shiwalik ranges.

 

5. Nainital

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The City Of Lakes is surrounded by lush green mountains. One of the most popular hill stations of Uttarakhand, a perfect weekend for the people in and around the capital New Delhi.

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