7 Best Places In India To Beat The Heat


Summer seems like to be the time for relaxation and rest. But, there’s always a bright side of summer. Yes, that’s traveling! Summer is a popular time for Indians to travel within or outside the country. Schools & colleges close down in summer for a long break and people plan their holidays to hill stations especially. That is a place where you can seek relaxation amidst the hills and get rid of sweltering summer. Do not feel unlucky if your budget is tight and you cannot go on international trips because we are going to tell you 7 popular Hill Stations in India to beat the heat.


Nainital is a popular hill station in the state of Uttarakhand. It is a Himalayan resort town in the foothills of the Kumaon region of India’s Uttarakhand state. The place is known as the paradise for honeymooners and nature lovers. It not only attracts the domestic visitors but you can see a good number of foreign tourists there as well. The place is a glittering jewel with beautiful lakes, temples, exotic sceneries and natural hot water springs. The top things to do there are trekking, yachting, horse riding, boating, and ropeway. The hill station is famous for Naini lake, Tiffin top, high altitude zoo, snow view, land’s end, mall road.

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Manali is a high-altitude town in India’s Himachal Pradesh state. The hill station is located at an altitude of 1829 Meters and the Himalayan town is popularly known as honeymoon paradise. This place is a gateway for skiing in the Solang Valley and trekking in Parvati Valley. Few of the Himalayan peaks can be seen surrounding Manali are Manali peak, Hanuman Tibba, 7 sister peak, Friendship peak, Patalsu peak, Ladakhi peak.


Located in the Doon Valley at the foothills of the Himalayas, Dehradun is the capital city of Uttarakhand. Dehradun is a popular place with gardens, parks, and widespread landscapes. The famous places to visit in Dehradun are Lacchiwala, Tapkeshwar temple, Robbers Cave, Tibetan Buddhist temple, Tiger Falls, Deer Park & Clocktower. You will be surprised to know that many ancient temples and ruins have been found in the nearby areas of the town, which are known to be 2000 years old.


Ooty is also known as Udhagamandalam. It is a hill station near the Nilgiris in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. The places to visit here are tea factory, botanical garden, doddabetta peak, avalanche lake, rose garden, pykara river, Ooty Lake, Mudumalai national park, emerald lake, stone house, St Stephens church.


Darjeeling is located in the Himalayan foothills of India’s West Bengal. Mt. Kanchenjunga which is among the world’s highest peaks is situated in this city. The hill station is at an elevation of 6,700 ft. Darjeeling Tea is famous throughout the world. The toy train established back in 1881 is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites.


Almora is famous for Chitai Golu Devta Temple, Nanda Devi Temple, Katarmal, Lala Bazar, Bright End Corner, etc. Visitors can also enjoy a lot of activities in the area including rock climbing, cycling, nature walks, spider web. The hill station is situated in India’s northern state of Uttarakhand.


Shimla is the capital of the northern state Himachal Pradesh. It is one of India’s most popular hill stations. The top attractions of the hill station are Viceregal Lodge, Jakhu temple, the mall, Himachal state museum, the ridge, summer hill, etc. The best time to visit there is from mid-July to mid-September.


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  1. have you been on an inflatable boat before? your posts are always an interesting educational informative experience for readers everywhere. I am pleased God has given you the opportunity to do so much travelling. is there any part of india you have not yet seen? its funny how sometimes you are close to where some of my friends live so you could almost have gotten the chance to visit them but you didn’t because you scurried back home. 🙂 still that is fine you might have crossed paths like two ships in the night never recognizing each others worth or significance or the fact that you shared a connection or you could well have done so and just not bothered to mention it. 😉 I hope all this travelling is inspiring more romantic adventures in you because you know you are the pro when it comes to tantalizing our senses and whetting our appetites for romantic entanglements conjured up inside that fantastic brain of yours <3

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