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Barog
BarogA Place for Every Season. Enjoy the Panoramic View of The Hills & valleys that unfolds them selves for the fantastic view. Let the flow of refreshing air that makes every part of body & soul as Relax as you have never felt before & recharge you with energy.
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Chamba
ChambaIn contrast to most well-known hill resorts in Northern India that are waging a losing battle against overcrowding, urbanization, pollution and commercialization, Kanatal offers a serene experience in the lap of nature. Kanatal is an idea whose time has come.
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Bhimtal
BhimtalBhimtal is one of the largest lake around Nainital named after Bhima, the Mahabharat character. It has a island in the center approached only by a boat and also has a restaurant there. A gaggle of ducks has made the lake their home and gives company to the lake visitor.
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Naukuchiatal
NaukuchiatalNaukuchiyatal or ‘lake of nine corners’ is known for its tranquility and for the orchards and dense jungle that surrounds it. The lake is fed by an underground perennial spring. This lake boasts of a good walking track around the lake, apart from boating and angling. One could also take off on a trek in the neighboring hillside.
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Sattal
SattalSattal – literally meaning seven lakes - is a group of small lakes nestled together, about 23 kms from Nainital at an altitude of 1370 meters where one can see nature’s beauty at its best. A holiday at Sattal is about bonding with your family, combined with a grand taste of wildlife and adventure.
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Kasauli
KasauliChances are,you have picked Kasauli for its peace and tranquility. Good news – there is practically nothing to do in Kasauli.If you however are the energetic kind the best thing U can do in Kasauli is go for long and leisurely walks.
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Chail
ChailTiny Chail does not rival the colonial grandeur of Shimla, but it does give you a feel of how the summer capital of the Raj must have looked before its salubrious environs were chopped down to make way for smug imperial edifices.
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Chakrata
ChakrataThis quaint little cantonment retains its original charm, right from the days Chakrata was established by Colonel Hume, 125 years ago. The town has a magnificent view of the Greater Himalaya and everything around is delightfully green – deodar, rhododendron, cover the hills.
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Dhanaulti
DhanaultiDhanaulti also known as Dhanolti, is a hill station which lies 24 km from the popular hill station of Mussoorie, and 29 km from Chamba, as it is situated between the two. It is situated at an altitude of 1987 m and is known for its quiet environs amidst the alpine forests of Deodar, Rhododendron and Oak.
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Lansdowne
Lansdowne‘Lord Lasndowne’ founded Lansdowne in 1887 A.D., thus the place has been named after him. Lansdowne was originally a popular hill station with the Britishers. Lansdowne was a major place of the activities of freedom fighters from British Garhwal during British period.
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Corbett
CorbettEstablished as the first national park of India, on 6th August 1936, it was renamed in 1957 as Corbett National Park, in memory of Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter and naturalist.
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Jaipur
JaipurJaipur is the first planned city of India, located in the desert lands of Rajasthan. The city that once had been the capital of the royalty, now serves as the capital city of Rajasthan. The very structure of Jaipur resembles the taste of the Rajputs and the Royal family.
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Jeolikot
JeolikotJeolikot, an ideal tourist destination on the Nainital-Haldwani Highway to spend the summer trip in calm, reclusive and cool surroundings, is a harbour for nature lovers and those visitants who are concerned in butter fly determining and flower gardening.
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Jilling
JillingJilling Estate is located in Nainital. It is about 300 kms from New Delhi and at a height of 7000 ft in a lesser-known part of the Kumaon Himalayas. If you are lovers of nature and reasonably physically fit, then Jilling is the place for you to spend some of your holidays.
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Pangot
PangotPangot is small village 15 kilometers from Nainital, the drive takes only 25 minutes to get there. The entire drive is through the forested area of Cheena Peak Range via Snow View Point and Kilbury, the main habitats for excellent birding.
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Kufri
KufriThe region around Shimla including Kufri was once a part of the Kingdom of Nepal until the area was ceded to the British Raj as part of the Sugauli Treaty. This region remained obscure from the rest of the world until the British 'discovered' it in 1819.
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Nahan
NahanThe gentle level walks of Villa Round, Military Round and Hospital Round are evocative of the city's past. The hub of Nahan's activities is Chaugan, Bikram Bagh and Khadar-Ka-Bagh. Gift shops, Rosin & Turpine factory and local temples are among the other major attractions.
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Mussoorie
MussoorieTowering over the Doon valley is the Queen of Hill Stations, Mussoorie. Mountain mist, old architecture, the riot of flowers and streams transport you to an era of romance from long, long ago.
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Rudraprayag
RudrapryagRudraprayag - A small pilgrim town on the holy confluence of river Alaknanda and Mandakini, which is venerated as one of the five sacred confluences, or the 'Panch Prayag'. Rudraprayag It is named after Rudra, an aspect of Lord Shiva.
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Mukteshwar
MukteshwarMukteshwar is dominated by the IVRI, a veterinary research institute. It also has flowers blooming all over the place and the views of the snow clad mountains being incomparable on a given day.
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Nainital
NainitalNainital is one of the most charismatic hill stations that India harbors. Naini Tal Lake forms the nub of the beauty of Nainital. Naini Lake is within a perimeter of nearly 2 miles. Girdled by lofty hills studded with attractive villas and cottages, it is the most frequented tourist visitation of the hill station.
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Nalagarh
NalagarhNalagarh is one of those places that soothes the eyes as much as it calms the soul. The retreat is an ideal place to unwind from the heat and dust of the overcrowded Indian cities. There is plenty to explore by way of nature walks in the lush green surroundings of Nalagarh.
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Palampur
PalampurPalampur is the major destination of kangra valley, the name comes from the local word pulum, or lots of water and water there certainly is around here. Palampur is very famous for its tea garden green fields and natural beauty. The town came into being when the tea plants was introduced in the 19th century and Palampur became a focus for the tea Planters.
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Mandawa
MandawaThe village of Mandawa, with its cluster of hotels, is the most suitable base for exploring the region.The best of the painted towns are within a radius of 50 km from here. Mandawa is capital of the Shekhawati region. Shekhawati is a semi-arid region located in the northeast part of Rajasthan. It encompasses the administrative districts of Churu, Jhunjhunu and Sikar.
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Solan
SolanBlessed with a pleasant climate all the year round. Solan is a district headquarter and has the famous temple of Shoolini Devi and from Solan the Jatoli village (15 km) and the temple of Lord Shiva and on Rajgarh road the Buddhist Monastery (18 km) may be visited.
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Parwanoo
ParwanooSituated at a stone's throw from Chandigarh, Parwanoo is a small Himachali town with no great height . All this changes though as you take the Timber Trail trolley, which takes you up by about 2000 ft. in 8 minutes flat.
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Pinjore
PinjorePinjore is a small, secure residential 'township' with easy access to the extraordinary educational, cultural and recreational opportunities of Chandigarh - one of India's most desirable places to live. Set over 1800 feet above the sea level in a beautiful valley, overlooking the Shivaliks.
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Ranikhet
RanikhetQueen's field as it literally means, Ranikhet is named according to legend, after Rani Padmini wife of Raja Sukhardev who liked this place so much that she thought of settling down here.
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Ramgarh
RamgarhRamgarh is the fruit bowl of Kumaon and one of the most verdant and abundant regions in the hills. It is an idyllic place for leisurely holidays in peace and tranquility with pleasant weather conditions.
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Ropar
RoparRopar, also known as Rupnagar, is located in the Indian state of Punjab. It is believed to be founded by King named Rokeshwar and his son named, Rup Sen. It is situated 50 km from Chandigarh and bordered by Himachal Pradesh to the north and Nawanshahr district to its west.
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Rishikesh
RishikeshAt the foot of the Himalayas, overlooking the Rajaji National Park, with the holy Ganges moving through this ancient town, Rishikesh is a haven of peace, spirituality, meditation and the world capital of yoga. Rishikesh is considered the gateway to the Char Dham and Panch Kedars.
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Samode
SamodeSamode is a pictorial town located near Jaipur and is well known for its rich culture and art. If you like exploring and understanding the rural life of Rajasthan, then Samode is an ideal place for you. Samode is located at distance of 42 kms from Jaipur and is most popular for its grandiose havelis (mansions) and exquisite handicrafts.
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Sariska
SariskaThe picturesque Siliserh Lake lies along the edge of the Sariska Tiger Reserve and a charming hunting lodge overlooking it, is a marvelous place for visitors to stay.
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Shekhawati
ShekhawatiThe capital of Shekhawati, it is of the largest towns of the district. The town was founded by the Kayamkhani nawabs in the mid 15th century AD and remained under their control until it was taken over by the Rajput ruler Sardul Singh in 1730 AD.
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Shimla
ShimlaA magnificent hangover of the British Raj, Shimla’s cool environs still remains the biggest magnet for Indian tourists. And so we have taken the best of what the British created, and mixed it with the quintessentially.
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Shoghi
ShoghiShogi is located in Solan district of Himachal Pradesh, India. Shogi is a good place for a family trip, especially if you believe in going to places that are not so crowded, and where there is more nature and less commercialization.
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Kalsi
Kalsi HillsThis gorgeous tract of land enriched and nourished by the confluence of the Yamuna River and its tributary, the Tons, offers some of the finest landscapes of the Doon Valley.
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