Honeymoon Destinations Maharashtra

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Honeymoon Destinations Maharashtra

Hill Holidays in India

A land that God talent, India is full of natural wonders and hill stations is one of them. Across the country, in fact, that is, all regions south, west, north and east is home to one of many hill stations. Most hill stations in India have been developed by the British company of the West Indies and bring millions of tourists every year from across the world. The Great Himalayas of India, running throughout the country from north to east. In addition, Western and Eastern Ghat ranges in the south and west India are also home to many beautiful hill stations.

Located thousands of feet above sea level, with lush vegetation around the hill stations of India will take about Mother Nature. Far from the hustle and bustle of cities, the hill station are provided an oasis of relief for the visitors. However, visiting all the hill stations in one go is not possible. Therefore, for nature lovers who want to spend a memorable holiday hill station'm suggesting hill top ten in India.

Darjeeling (India East): One of the most popular hill stations in India, Darjeeling is situated in the state of West Bengal. Darjeeling is world famous for its exciting travel routes and tourism. Darjeeling-Sandakphu – Phalut walk is famous hiking route that passes through areas of low and very high peaks. From Darjeeling you can have a excellent, uninterrupted view of the worlds third highest peak – peak Kanchenjunga.

Attractions in and around Darjeeling include Batasia Loop, Bhutia Busty Gompa, Botanical Garden, Chowrasta, Dhoom Gompa, Happy Valley Estate, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and Museum, Natural History Museum, Observatory Hill, Central Tibetan Refugee self-help and cable car passengers.

The best way to visit Darjeeling is to address the toy train from New Jalpaiguri. In fact, the real fun the hill station is located in the train trip between New Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling toy. The 82 km long trip takes six to seven hours and that gives enough time to appreciate nature. The toy train passes through lush forests, tea plantations, waterfalls, deep valleys and mountains and tunnels.

Manali (North India) Manali is an ancient town of Himachal Pradesh, located in the Kullu valley. A honeymoon destination famous Manail is issued with a great course that makes an ideal base for adventure seekers. Literally meaning the 'Home of Manu, Manali is supposed to have survived when the world was drowned in the flood. Therefore, in addition to a tourist destination, Manali is a sacred place for Hindus.

attractions in and around Manali are Hidimba Devi Temple, Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa, Camp Gulaba, malana Valley, Sanctuary of Manali, Mountaineering Institute, Naggar, Manu Temple, Tibetan Temple, Pueblo Vashisth, Vashisth Hot Sulphur Springs (3 km), Old Manali (3km), Arjun Gufa (5 km), Temple Jagatsukh (6km), Solang nullah (14 km), Rahall Falls (16Km), Rohtang Pass (50 km) and Beas Kund (50 km). For adventure lovers Manali offers the option of Heli Skiing and Mountaineering. Winter Carnival held annually in February not to be missed event.

Shimla (North India): Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh is one of the most popular hill stations of northern India. Discovered in 1918 by the British, Shimla abounds in colonial-era buildings. Even today, you can see the colonial buildings throughout the city and experience of a bygone era. Annandale, Chadwick Falls, Chapslee, the Church of Christ and the Cathedral Santuario de San Miguel, Churdhar, Gurkha castles, Jakhu Temple, Lake Karyali, Temple Kotesvara, Shirigul Temple, Mahatma Gandhi Withdrawal: Gorgias Mansion, Viceregal Lodge, memorial and Tattapani are some of thr attractions in Shimla.

Other attractions include Mashobra near Shimla and Craignano (11 km), Kasauli (12 km), Sala Blanca Flor (13 km), Kufri (19 km), Sarol (23 km), Chail (43 km), Sarah (44 km), Renuka Lake (45 kilometers), Solan (48 km), Narkanda (110 km), Rampur (140 km) and Sirmour (142 km).

Gulmarg (northern India): Gulmarg literally means "meadow of flowers", is 56 km southwest of Srinagar the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. A huge cup shaped meadow, lush and green, Gulmarg looks like a paradise on earth. Situated at a height of 2,730 meters, Gulman the valley extends over an area of 3 square kilometers and surrounded by mountains covered with snow. In addition to beauty, Gulmarg is famous throughout the world for adventure sports of skiing and heli-ski. Gulman also the world's highest golf course. Gondola lift is a new attraction in Gulmarg, do not forget to give a fun-filled ride.

Nainital (North India): Nainital, also called Lake City is located in the state of Uttaranchal North India. A beautiful hill station, Nainital is surrounded by mountains on three sides. In fact, life in Nainital revolves around the Naini lake and the main markets found near this lake. You can enjoy boating on Naini Lake at nominal rates. You can also go shopping at the market or in shops on the road Bhotia Mall and the Bazaar Bada. Condolo ride, Land's End, garden caves, Nainital zoo are some of the attractions of Nainital. Do not miss the horse in Nainital as you need it for reach the point of view of the snow above and kilburi Tiffin.

Ooty (South India): Also called Ootacamund, Ooty is the headquarters of district of Nilgiri district. Located 105 km from Coimbatore, Ooty is often referred to as the "Queen of hill station." The altitude of the Nilgiri Hills the range varied between 2280 m and 2290 m, is the tallest peak Doddabetta the height of 2623 mts. A beautiful hill station, Ooty is given with high mountains, dense forests, vast grasslands and miles and miles of tea plantations.

Ooty is famous for its lush green tea estates that cover most of the season of the hill. Do not miss the event, the annual Tea and Tourism festival visitors from around the world. Some of the popular attractions of Ooty include Botanical Gardens, the Museum Government Kalhatty cataracts, Rose Garden, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Ooty Lake and the Summer Festival.

Kodaikanal (South India): One of the serene hill stations of India's most famous, is located 120 kms from Madurai Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu. A charming hill station of Kodaikanal is given with wooded slopes, large rocks, bright waterfalls and a picturesque lake. Located at an altitude of about 2133 meters, Kodaikanal covers an area of 21.45 square miles. Apart of a hill in the city, is known for housing Kodaikanal internationally renowned educational institutions. "Flor Kurinji 'which blooms once in 12 years is the pride of Kodaikanal. The hill station is also ideal for short and long trekking. The Summer Festival is held every year is another attraction of Kodaikanal. You can enjoy golf at the Gold Club, or to enjoy boating and fishing facilities in Lake Kodaikanal.

Munnar (South India): Munnar lies at the confluence of three mountain streams namely Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. One of the famous hill stations of South India, Munnar is at an altitude of 1,600 m above sea level. Munnar has the highest peak in South India, Anamudi, rises above 2695 meters. Once the summer resort of the British government Munnar is dotted with lush tea gardens, crossed by narrow streets. Munnar is home to a variety of exotic flora as "Neelakurinji flower, blooms time in twelve years. Prime Minister of attractions include waterfalls and Munnar Hills Kuthumkal Centre.

Mount Abu (north-central India): Mount Abu the only hill station of Rajasthan, offers a welcome break to the people of the desert state. A 1220 m high hill, Mount Abu is located in the extreme south-west of the Aravalli hills around a lake. In addition to a hill resort, Mount Abu is also famous for Dilwara Jain temple and other archaeological remains. Gaumukh Temple, Government Museum, Nakki Lake, Mandakini Kund and the summer festival are some of the major attractions of Mount Abu.

Mahabaleshwar (West Indies): An important hill station in Western India, Mahabaleshwar is situated in Stara district of Maharashtra, at a height of 1,372 m. Located in the heart of Sahyafri Hill, the hill station has a legendary past and the name 'Mahabaleshwar' is derived from a temple of Lord Mahadev. Uncovered in 1824 by the British government, Mahabaleshwar is known for its scenic beauty and the splendid views of the valleys and the sea. Mahabaleshwar is a hill station excellent for the adventure seekers and people who love sailing and horseback riding.