Top 5 Unexplored Hill Stations of India

coonoor hill station

When I suggest any travel plan to my family or friend for any hill station, they have always one answer that they have visited most of all. Now a day, I am looking for the some unseen destination of the India that will make my vacation more memorable.

Most of the people cancel their trip because they have visited all the famous and well known hill stations. But very few of them know that there are lots of hill stations which are still unexplored. So here we are listing some of the unexplored hill stations of India that will amaze you.

1.       Tawang Hill station:

tawang hill station

Tawang is small town that is situated in the northwestern part of Arunachal Pradesh of India. It is known as the land of Monpas. The town has no railway station and the nearest railway station is at Tezpur. Tawang is known for its serene environment and beauty. The place is covered by Tibet in the northern side, Kameng in the east and Bhutan in the south-west. Tawang Galden Namgyal Lhaste is the major attraction which is 400 years old Mahayana Sect Buddhist monastery in India. You can also enjoy rock climbing, paragliding, skating and river-rafting.

2.       Chopta Hill station:

chopta-tungnath

Chopta is known as “Mini Switzerland” that is situated in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand state. It is the one of the most charming hill station in the whole Garhwal region. Chopta offers magnificent view of the Himalayan ranges and its neighbor areas. You can reach the major attraction like Gopeshwar, Kanchula Korak Musk Deer Sanctuary, Tungnath Shiva Temple and Ukhimath that are just 31kms away from this place. Chopta is considered as the winter sear of lord Kedarnath.

3.       Coonoor Hill station:

coonoor hill station

Coonoor is a Taluk and a municipality in the Nilgiris district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the pleasing hill stations in Nilgiris. The hill station is located an altitude of about 1800m. Its awesome climate and lush green tea plantation makes it more beautiful. You can visit Dolphin’s Nose, Sim’s park, and Kotagiri that are known for coffee plantation. Apart from that you can also visit the Ralliah Dam, Lady Canning’s seat and Pomological Station. You can enjoy its beauty most from October to March.

4.       Dhanaulti Hill station:

dhanoulti hill stations

Dhanaulti hill station is situated between the most popular hill stations as 24km away from Mussoorie and 29km from Chamba. It is the starting point for those who are looking to explore snow-clad Himalayas. You can see the beauty of this place as its tranquil environment and alpine forests of Rhododendron. Surkanda Devi Temple, ECO-Park and Himalayan Weavers are the main attraction of this place. These attractions are famous for hand-woven handloom products with natural dyes and wools.

5.       Dharamsala Hill station:

dharamshala hill station

It is one of the most beautiful and charming unexplored hill stations, situated in Himachal Pradesh. The city was formerly known as Bhagsu. The tea gardens and Deodar forests adds one more star to its beauty. You can see the attraction such as Chamunda Devi Temple, St. John’S Church in Wilderness, Dall Lake, Kangra Art Museum, Nurpur Fort and many others.

So now you have enough choices for spending your holidays. I am sure that these places will definitely create an unforgettable memory in your photo album.

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