Are you tired of your work, and want to take a break from work? Also, you will definitely be looking for an AC place where you can see peace and beautiful scenery. So your search ends here, yes take a break from your work soon because we will tell you about seven such hill stations of North East where your heart will be happy. Not here, you will also get rid of heat and children will also enjoy a lot. So, see below some hill stations in northeast India.
Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, is also called Paradise. You must visit this hill station. Shillong tourists like to come here during the summer season. Shillong in its east is popular for its Scottish waterfalls, beautiful scenery, and paradise-like hills. You must go here once.
Another hill station is the capital of Sikkim, Gangtok which is surrounded by its rejoicing hills and a steep hill ridge. You can soak in the local cultures while sitting in your hotel room, enjoying the spectacular views of Kanchenjunga. Gangtok is rich with its beautiful places. We are sure that you will not be able to stop yourself from coming to this place again.
The city of Pelling is famous for its spectacular views of the snow-capped mountains of Kanchenjunga and its borders. It has a rich history, natural environment, and local culture. Village tourism is an emerging industry in Sikkim and local communities are trying to manage it in an environmentally, culturally, and socially responsible manner.
Aizawl is a hill station and the capital of the northeastern Indian state of Mizoram. The city is located on a ridge at 1132 meters above sea level. It is known for its impeccable clean accommodation, scenic natural beauty, and serenity. Aizawl has beautiful sanctuaries, museums, and grand ranges.
Located in the northeastern section of India, very close to Nepal and Tibet, Darjeeling is in the rolling hills of the Himalayas. It was originally just a small village, but because it is a beautiful place, it has become a popular hill station. It defines beautiful tea gardens, snowy peaks of the Himalayas, tow trains, and of course the hill Darjeeling.