Unexplored Hill Stations In India To Visit In This Summer!

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Gopika VC

Yercaud is a hill station in Tamil Nadu. The Servarayan Temple, which is 5,326 feet high, is the most beautiful place there.

Yercaud, Tamil Nadu

This charming hill station in Darjeeling is near Bokar Monastery, Kawley Dara, Rameetay Dara, Tingling Viewing Gallery, Orange orchards, and Devi Sthan.

Mirik, West Bengal

Situated in the Western Ghats of Kerala, Idukki is the second largest district of Kerala, but has the lowest population density as more than half of is covered by forests.

Idukki, Kerala

With its meadows and thick woods, Chopta is often called "Mini Switzerland." It is part of the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary.

Chopta, Uttarakhand

This small town is a great place to go if you want to see a lot of mountains. From here, you can see the Kanchenjunga and the other mountains in the area.

Pelling, Sikkim

Kanatal offers it all: jeep rides to view wildlife, trekking through the Kodia Jungle, rock climbing, rappelling, and valley crossing.

Kanatal, Uttarakhand

This Karnataka town isn't very well-known, but it has a lot of waterfalls, hiking trails, mountains, and views, as well as wild animals, snakes, and butterflies.

Shimoga, Karnataka

Haflong is the only hill station in Assam. It is full of green hills, beautiful waterfalls, and streams.

Haflong, Assam

The village is a hiker's paradise. Here you can, see Kallar's freshwater springs, Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, Lion and Deer Park, Agasthiya Biological Park, and Meenmutti Falls.

Ponmudi, Kerala

People know about Chikaldhara because of the myth that goes along with it. It has a lot of waterfalls and lakes surrounded by beautiful greenery.

Chikhaldara, Maharashtra