Summer Travel in India

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Experience a refreshing vacation this summer. We bring to you a list of hilly state in India, which will help you escape from the tiresome schedule of your daily life.


Meghalaya, also known as the Abode of Clouds in northeast India visits tourist all the year round, particularly during the summer season. This wettest place on the earth is dotted with historic caves and cascading waterfalls. Shillong, the capital city is one of the popular hill-stations in the region. Cherrapunji and Ward Lake are worth-visiting destinations.

Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh, the land of rising sun is a gem to the crown of North-East India. The state is blessed with snow capped Himalayan mountains, lush green forests, snow-fed rivers and rivulets. Tawang valley positioned at an altitude of 10000 feet, boasts of with the oldest Tawang Monastry. This 17th century gompa, is a must-visit center. Also, places like Itanagar, Ziro, Along and Pasighat nice place for holidaymakers.


The thumb-shaped Sikkim is land-locked in the foothills of Kanchenjunga, the world's 3rd highest peak. This North-Eastern State is famous for revered Buddhist monasteries, pristine lakes, gushing streams, and hot water springs. The capital city Gangtok, Nathula Pass, Tsomgo Lake, Borong Ralong Hot Spring, Bakthang Waterfalls and Enchey Monastery are major attractions in the state.

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh in the northern part of India is a getaway to some world famous hill-stations. The state joins tourist all the year round. Adventure sport lovers flock here during wintry days, while laze holidaymakers love to travel during summer. The famous summer destinations are the capital city Shimla, Dalhaousie, Chamba, Dharamshala, Kullu, Manali, Chail, Narkanda and Kufri.

Jammu & Kashmir

Jammu & Kashmir is a tourist paradise on the Earth. Summer holidays in Leh and Ladakh, Srinagar, Gulmarg and Patnitop are worth experiencing. The snow-clad Himalayan ranges are marked with spots for summer activities and divine pilgrimage centers.

Source by Tripti Pandey