Visit Hill Stations
India's hill stations offer a fascinating respite from the height of the plains and a unique window onto colonial life. Shimla was once the summer capital of the British Raj and the town retains and English feel. The best way to reach the city is via the scenic, narrow-guage Toy Train. The Victorian holiday resort of Darjeeling is a major tea growing area with a considerable Tibetan presence.
Top itineraries in Hill Stations
This luxury holiday takes in the colonial gems of Kolkata followed by the beautiful hill stations of India's eastern Himalayas, from the monasteries of Sikkim to Darjeeling, where you'll learn about the art of tea production.
Top places to stay in Hill Stations
Past the tea plantations, high up in the Himalayas, this stunning hotel lies on an eight-acre hillside estate with fabulous views. Built by local royalty, the hotel continues to be recognised for its fine features, décor that is decidedly on the decadent side and perfectly landscaped gardens.
Glenburn Tea Estate is a plantation retreat located in Darjeeling, which offers tea-tasting tours, and fantastic Himalayan views
Where to go in Hill Stations
Shimla is the capital of the northern mountainous state of Himachal Pradesh and India's largest and best hill station.
The Victorian holiday resort of Darjeeling is a premier hill station and a major tea-growing centre in the north of West Bengal state, near Sikkim.
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