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Chail Kasauli Kausani
An ideal resort surrounded by scented Pine and Deodar forests. It was once the summer resort of the Maharaja of Patiala. It is located on a wooded spur and it overlooks the Satluj Valley. Shimla and Kasauli are also visible and at night the scene of twinkling lights of Shimla looks charming and seems like the part of the starlit sky.
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77 km. from Kalka, at an altitude of 2,107 metres. Kasauli is a charming and quiet place for relaxation. It is a little town with dainty English Cottages set in gardens spilling with flowers, easy and beautiful paths and old fashioned shops. This town seems frozen in time. If you are an ardent birdwatcher then Kasauli is your paradise.
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Located in the Kumaon Region of the state of Uttaranchal, the hill resort of Kausani stands high at an altitude of 1890 m above sea level. Kausani claim to fame rests greatly on the fact that Gandhiji spent some time here in 1929, soon after his release from prison. He stayed at the Anasakti Ashram, where he explored Anasakti Yoga and was fulsome in his praise.
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Manali Mussoorie Nainital
Manali, one of Himachal's best known hill-stations, is a great destination for those who love the hills. 40 kms. away from Kulu to the north, Manali is situated near the end of the valley on the National Highway leading to Leh. Manali is a wonderful holiday destination ideal for a family vacation, a honeymoon or on your own. There is plenty to do in the hill station of Manali for all age groups.
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Popularly known as the Queen of Hills, this charming hill station, 34 kms from Dehradun is situated at an altitude of 2003 mts in the Garhwal hills. Mussoorie is one the beautiful hill stations in India and the most frequently visited. It provides excellent respite to people who want relief from the hot sultry conditions of the plains, especially since it is close enough to the capital to make just weekend trip.
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Nestled in the Uttaranchal Himalayas, Nainital is one of northern Indian oldest and perhaps most popular hill resorts. A convenient getaway from the plains of northern India, Nainital is named after the Naini Tal or lake, shaped like the eye, which lies in the centre of the town. "NAINITAL" was founded in the year 1841 by Mr. P. Barron, a European merchant and an enthusiastic hunter from Rosa, near Shahjahanpur.
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Ranikhet Shimla Almora
Often called the 'Dev Bhoomi' or the land of the Gods, Rishikesh is cut into two halfs by the Ganges river. Long known as a pilgrimage centre with lots of Temples, Ashrams and abode of worshipping sadhus, rafting in the white water of Ganga near Rishikesh has added another dimension to this holy city.

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Shimla, was the Summer capital of India under British rule. Presently, it is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. Shimla is one of the most popular hill stations in India. The hill station was referred to as the 'Queen of Hills'. Shimla is situated on a central ridge with peaks, seven in all, towering over it, has all of that old world charms that one can think of.
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Almora is a peaceful little town where the evenings are cool, the views panoramic and the ambience perfect for a quiet break from big-city bustle. There's plenty to do in Almora- wander past lovely old houses and churches, such as the Budden Memorial Church- which stand, reminders of British days, all across town.

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Binsar Dalhousie Dharamshala
Binsar was the ancient capital of the Chand Raj kings who ruled in the 7th and 8th centuries. Here, King Kalyan built the temple of Shiva, also known as Bineswar. The temple holds much significance for the devout. Outside Binsar, the temple complex of Jageshwar (34 km from Almora), nestles in a beautiful valley, crested by majestic deodars.

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Built around five hills, Dalhousie is located on the western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas. Offering spectacular views, this hill station really takes one away from the noise of the metros and towns. This summer retreat offers gateway to Chamba hills, where tourists can also enjoy visiting Kalatop-Khajjiar Trail, Punjpula, Palace, and Chamera Dam trail. Few kms.
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Once a British hill resort, this sleepy little hill town revived with the influx of Tibetan refugees after Chinese occupation in 1959. The Dalai Lama set up his temporary residence at McLeodganj. Many western visitors have come to Dharamshala in search of spiritual guidance and an audience with the Dalai Lama. In McLeodganj, the Tibetans run most of the hotels and restaurants as well as handicrafts shops.
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Leh Mukteshwar Palampur
A hill station, Leh, the headquarters of Ladakh (in Jammu and Kashmir), should definitely rank as one of India's greatest mountain escapes. The beauty of Leh- and of Ladakh as such- is incomparable, and no other place can quite match the deep cloudless blue skies here, the barren, multi-coloured mountains, the jewel-like lakes and the ancient Buddhist gompas (monasteries) of Ladakh.
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Uttaranchal's Kumaon Hills are dotted with any number of gorgeous hill stations, each with its own special charm and easy accessibility. One such splendid hill resort is Mukteshwar, 2,300 m, a secluded retreat blessed with pleasant weather and heart-stopping vistas of the Himalayas. The town of Mukteshwar is associated with a legend of Shiva who gifted immortality or `mukti' to a demon that he slew.
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Palampur is a gorgeous hill station in India's Kangra Valley pristine beauty and enchanting surroundings…a town that entices you to a getaway at any time of the year. The monsoons are a spectacular time to be here… when the Bundla River crashes down the Neughal Khad in a mighty waterfall…when countless little brooks and streams burst forth.

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