Hill Stations in India you must add to your travel list.

Summer heat and humidity in India are unbearable, but the hill stations in India come to your rescue with their incredible landscapes and a cold climate all the way through. Let us take a look at some unexplored hill stations in India.

Kausani, Uttarakhand– It is a village in Uttarakhand that is 5 hours drive from the tourist hub Nainital. Kausani offers the magical view of the Himalayas at a distance and peace that is only interrupted by the sound of birds. You can also enjoy the view of Nanda Devi and Trishul peaks on clear days.

Best time to Visit Kausani- April to June is the most ideal time to pay a visit. Meanwhile, from December to February the place is covered with sheets of snows. 

Saputara, Gujarat- This gem of the hill station in Gujarat is not known to many people. Hiking along the silent trails will lead you to some bubbling waterfalls where you can picnic in peace without being disturbed by anybody else. Saputara offers astonishing sceneries and beautiful sunsets.

Best time to visit Saputara- October to February.  

Arki, Himachal Pradesh- After a 7-hour drive from Delhi, you reach this gorgeous town, which was known to be once the state capital of Bhagal. Arki offers a unique blend of art and culture to its visitors and is surrounded by the view of magnificent Shivalik ranges and deep valleys.

Best time to Visit Arki- Entire year is suitable for paying a visit. 

 Lachung, Sikkim- This place is a wonderland with summer bloomed with wildflowers and snow-covered winter. The visitors here check out the local apple orchards and hike around the mountains.

Best time to visit Lachung- Between October and June.

Lambasingi Hills- Also known as the Kashmir of the South is a great escape from the cacophony of city life. The hill station offers lush greenery with coffee and black pepper plantations all over. Lambasingi Hills also receives occasional snowfall.

Best time to visit Lambasingi Hills- November to January. 

Idukki, Kerala- Situated in the Western Ghats, this place is a great pick for wildlife lovers because of Idukki’s wildlife sanctuary. Its verdant green landscapes are relatively untouched and will provide complete peace of mind.

Best time to visit Idukki- November to February.

Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh- Also known as Mini Switzerland of India, this town is an unexplored beauty. Khajjiar offers its visitors the serene views of hills, lakes and meadows. Trek along the trails through the scenic environment is absolute bliss.

Best time to visit Khajjiar- Thought the year.

Mawlynnong, Meghalaya- Once awarded the cleanest village in Asia, Mawlynnong is blessed with the beauty of the North East. The village offers waterfalls, caves and a walk on the living roots bridge to the visitors.

Best Time to Visit- June to September.

These are some off-beat hill stations for you to visit in India.

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