Hill Stations in India: A Tapestry of Tranquility and Beauty  

Shimla: The former British summer capital known for colonial architecture and the Mall Road.

Darjeeling: Famous for tea plantations, the Himalayan Railway, and stunning views of Kanchenjunga.

Manali: A year-round destination offering adventure sports and natural beauty in the Himachal Pradesh.

Ooty: The "Queen of Hill Stations" in Tamil Nadu, known for botanical gardens and Nilgiri tea.

Munnar: Kerala's tea garden paradise, offering lush landscapes and picturesque plantations.

Nainital: A serene lake town in Uttarakhand, perfect for boating and exploring.

Mussoorie: Known as the "Queen of the Hills," offering panoramic views and the Kempty Falls.

Coorg: Karnataka's coffee country with misty hills, waterfalls, and rich coffee estates.

Kodaikanal: A tranquil hill station in Tamil Nadu, famous for the Kodai Lake and eucalyptus forests.

Shillong: The capital of Meghalaya, offering waterfalls, lush golf courses, and a cool climate.

Hill stations in India are a tranquil escape from the heat, each with its own unique charm and natural beauty.

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