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For the travellers seeking thrill and adventure, North India tour is the perfect option to explore the country. North India, surrounded by the mighty Himalayas in the north and the Ganga River in the south endows travellers with perfect setting for some incredible adventure. Needless to say, beauty that lies in the North India is irresistible. And a north India tour offers travellers an opportunity to enjoy the divine creativity in different forms.  
These are some famous Hill station in North India.
  Mount Abu
Location : Himachal Pradesh. DalHousie
The gateway to the Chamba Valley, this colonial town was established in 1854 by the British governor-general Lord Dalhousie. Covering an area of 14 sq.-km and surrounded by alpine vegetation, Dalhausie has charming architecture and panoramic views of both plains and the whitecapped views of the mountainous ranges.Dalhousie is a quiet town, with a sense of enchantment. This hill station spreads over five low-level hills at the western edge of the Dhauladhar range, just east of the Ravi River.
Prime Attractions
Jandhri Ghat  
  Around half a kilometre away from the Subhash Baoli, Jandhri Ghat enfolds an elegant palace in the midst of tall pine trees. Chamba's erstwhile rulers governed from here till the advent of Lord Dalhousie. The palace houses a number of shikhar trophies.  
  On the way to Panjpulla, at an altitude of 2,036m. (6,678 ft.), these seven springs are reputed to have great therapeutic value as they contain mica with medicinal properties.  
  At an altitude of 2,745 m and 10 km from the town, this tall peak outside town affords a bird's-eye view on a clear day, of the hills, valleys and the river Beas, Ravi and the Chenab threading their silvery way down to the plains.  
  How To Get There  
  By Air : The nearest airport is at Gaggal (Kangra), 140-km from Dalhousie.  
  By Rail : The nearest railhead is Pathankot, which is well connected to Amritsar, Jammu, Delhi and Jalandhar.  
  By Road : Dalhousie is well connected with other state / city. Dharmshala -145Km,Chamab - 50 km, Amritsar 190 km, Pathankot 80 km.  
Location : Himachal Pradesh. Dharamshala
Set against the backdrop of the dramatic Dhauladhar mountains, Dharamsala is perched on the high slopes in the upper reaches of Kangra Valley. The town is divided into two distinct and widely separated sections, Upper and Lower Dharamsala, which differ almost a thousand metres in height.

Today, Dharamsala has become the synonymous to the Tibetan government in exile and the home of Tibetan leader Dalai Lama. Even if the Tibetan community dominates the town, still it has retained the colonial lifestyle and
British fervour. Dharamsala is a busy bazaar town and has established itself as the travellers base camp, who come to explore the nearby mountains.
Prime Attractions
St. John'S Church In Wilderness  
  7-km upward from Dharamsala, between Forsyth Ganj and Mcleod Ganj lies the charming St. John's Church. It was built in 1852 and is dressed in grey stone with some fine Belgian stained glass windows donated by Lady Elgin. The church is popularly known as the church of St. John in Wilderness.  
  Maharana Pratap Sagar  
  Named in honour of the great patriot 'Maharana Pratap' (1572 - 97 AD), the Maharana Pratap Sagar was once known as the 'Pong Dam Reservoir'. India knows the 'Maharana' as a man who struggled valiantly for his kingdom of 'Mewar'-as for the principle of independence.  
  Norbulinka Institute  
  Just 4-kms from Dharamsala is Norbulinka. This place has heavy Japanese influence. The Norbulingka Institute of Tibetan Culture was founded by the Department of Religion and Culture to preserve and promote Tibetan art and culture in exile  
  Namgyal Monastery  
  In 1575 Sonam Gyatso, the Third Dalai Lama, officially founded a monastery, which later came to be known as Namgyal Dratsang (Victorious Monastery). Since its inception, the monastery has assisted the Dalai Lamas in their public religious activities for the welfare of Tibet.  
  Dal Lake  
  Located in district Kangra, 11-km from Dharamsala and surrounded by Deodar trees, Dal Lake is on the motor road to Talnu.  
  Chinmaya Tapovan  
  Just 10-km from the town is the tranquil ashram complex set up by the great exponent of the Gita--Swami Chinmayananda. Situated on the banks of Bindu Saras, the ashram includes a 9m high image of Hanuman, a Ram temple, a meditation hall, a school and a health & recreation center.  
  How To Get There  
  By Air : Dharamsala can be approached by air from Delhi and the nearest Airport is at Gaggla, just 13-km away from the town.  
  By Rail : Pathankot is 85-km and is the nearest railhead for Dharamsala. Trains from all over the country make a stop over at Pathankot and from here it is a three-hour journey to Dharamsala.  
  By Road : From Manali too bus services are available to this place. One can drive from Delhi via Chandigarh, Kiratpur, Bilaspur and it's an 8-hours journey. Chandigarh – 255Km, Pathankot -88Km, Amritsar -190km, Shimla -250 km, Manali 135 km  
Location : SState – Himachal Pradesh (North India) Manali
Manali is located at Himachal Pradesh, almost at the end of the valley, on the National Highway which leads to Leh. The beauty of the landscape here is quite beyond words. The River Beas is another stunningly beautiful spot of Manali which runs through the town. The imposing beauty of Manali compels many couple to start their newly married life at Manali itself.
Prime Attractions
Hadimba Temple:
This is one of the most important temples of Manali and is called the Dhungri Van Vihar. Located in the middle of the forest, this four storey wooden temple is dedicated to Goddess Hadimba.
  Vashist Springs:  
  If you take a brisk half an hour's walk from town you will come across hot springs, emerging out of the rocks at Vashist. It is commonly believed that these waters have medicinal value and can cure different kinds of ailments.  
  Tibetan Monasteries:  
  There are plenty of Tibetan refugees at Himachal Pradesh and a large number of them can be found at Kullu. So the existence of Tibetan Monasteries comes as a no surprise. The Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa monastery was constructed in the year 1969.  
  Kullu - Kullu is just 44 km from Manali and is known for its scenic beauty as well as adventure sports. Tourists can enjoy rafting and trekking. Other attractions are Himalayan National Park, Jagannath Devi temple, Chandrakahni pass and Jalori Pass.  
  Manikaran - A pilgrim destination famous for its medicinal hot water springs, holy gurudwara, temples and web of historical and mythological legends. Tourist can take bath in the private hot spring pools and pay homage to the holiest pith in the country, Kulant Pith. It is 38 km from Manali  
  Rohtang Pass is the only entrance to Lahaul Spiti and is 51 km from Manali. Situated at an altitude of 4111 m on the highway, this is one of the major Manali tourist attractions, for those who love to indulge in trekking.  
  Kothi - It is a pretty little village, 12-km from Manali on the Keylong road at the foot of Rohtang Pass. There are very fine views from Kothi, and the Beas River flows through a very deep and narrow gorge at this point.  
  How To Get There  
  By Air : The airport from Manali is located at a distance of 50kms at Bhuntar. From Kullu town, the distance is approximately 10kms.  
  By Rail : The nearest broad gauge railway station from Manali is at Chandigarh while the closest narrow gauge railway station is located at Jogindernagar.  
  By Road : Travel to Manali is also convenient though the road transportation. The roads of Manali are well connected and can be easily linked to places like Leh-475km,Dharmshala -235km, Chandigarh-320km, Delhi -570 km, Shimla- 260km.  
Mount Abu
Location : RRajasthan Mount Abu
The only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu huddles among the rocks on a 1,220-m granite table mountain at the far south-western end of the Aravalli hills. It is built around a lake and is surrounded by forested hills. Mount Abu is also well known for the famous Dilwara temples and many more archaeological remains. There are interesting treks and picnic spots, romantic royal retreats of the various erstwhile families of bygone Rajputana and some relics of the Raj period. The scenic landscapes include gigantic blocks of rocks in weird shapes, an array of coniferous trees, flowering shrubs, lovely lakes and the cool climate much in contrast to the arid environs of the state.
Prime Attractions
Dilwara Temples
This complex consisting of five marble Jain temples is one of the finest in Rajasthan, worth braving the queues and ferocious guards. These beautifully carved temples built between 11th & 13th century AD are sheer elegance in marble, dedicated to the Jain Tirthankaras. The Vimal Vasahi Temple is the oldest of these, dedicated to the first Tirthankara. Built in 1031 AD (by Vimal Shah- a merchant and representative of the then Gujarat ruler), it is a superb example of temple architecture.
  Nakki Talav  
  This holiday centre of Mount Abu, is virtually in the heart of the town. This sparkling blue artificial lake is said to have been gauged from the earth by the gods, using their fingernails ('nakh' means nail). Nearby is the 14th century Raghunath Temple. Rowing boats are available for hire from the jetty by Gandhi Park.  
  View Points  
  Several points around the edge of the plateau offer spectacular views across the plains. The best are Honeymoon Point (Anadra Point) and Sunset Point, where hundred of people gather to watch the sunset every evening in a carnival atmosphere of pony rides and souvenir sellers.  
  An impressive fort with some beautiful Jain temples enclosed within. Among the noteworthy temples are Achaleswar Mahadev temple (1412 AD) and Kantinath Jain temple (1513 AD). The latter has a gold plated image. The fort was built in the 14th century AD by Rana Kumbha and is approachable by a motorable road. An impressive fort with some beautiful Jain temples enclosed within. The fort was built in the 14th century AD by Rana Kumbha and is approachable by a motorable road.  
  Guru Shikhar  
  15Kms from Mount Abu. The highest peak on the Mount Abu (1722 mts above the sea level) allows a bird's eye view of the idyllic surroundings of Mt. Abu. A small shaivite shrine and a temple of Dattatreya standing on the Shikhar are worth a visit.  
  How To Get There  
  By Air : The nearest airport to Mount Abu is Maharana Pratap Udaipur Airport, Dabok (Udaipur) 207-km.  
  By Rail: The nearest railway station is Abu Road (29-km) situated on Mumbai-Ahmedabad-Ajmer-Jaipur-Delhi route.  
  By Road : Ahmedabad is 222-km via Palanpur. Jodhpur is 235-km via Sirohi and Pali. Udaipur is 156-km via Pidwara. Jaipur is 509-km via Pali-Ajmer.  
Location : SState – Himachal Pradesh (North India) Shimla
Nestled on the foothills of the Himalayas, Shimla is one of the most prominent hill stations in India. A travel to Shimla would take you to the land of snow clad hills and cascading waterfalls. At the heart of the Himalayas, Shimla is the queen of all hill stations . With a strong colonial flavour, it still feature among the most popular hill stations in India. Snow laden peaks, picturesque waterfalls, green-carpeted valleys and the grand colonial bungalows reminiscent of a glorious past - tourist attractions in Shimla lie in the breathtaking beauty of the majestic Himalayas.
Prime Attractions
The Mall
It is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in Shimla. Dotted with colorful shops and swanky commercial plazas, this is the perfect place to hang out.
  The Ridge:  
  This place is an open space in the heart of town and offers outstanding views of the distant mountain ranges. The two prominent landmarks of Shimla, the Neo-Gothic structure of Christ Church and the new Tudor Library building are the other attractions located here.  
  Summer Hill  
  The quite and charming hamlet basks in the memory of Mahatma Gandhi. Tread along the shady walkways to get charming views of the region.  
  Chail :  
  The former 'summer capital' of Patiala, Chail is 43-km from Shimla and dwelling in the midst of a lush green setting. At 2,250m, it has the world's highest cricket pitch and a polo ground, the old palace, now a hotel and the possibility of some angling are added attractions.  
  Kufri :  
  Kufri is a tiny hill station located 19-kms from Shimla .Some great Hiking. Some skiing, some beautiful scenes and a cool environment that's what Kufri is all about. It is famous for its trekking and hiking trails. Adventure-seeking travelers throng Kufri in winters to enjoy skiing and tobogganing along its snow-covered slopes.  
  Narkanda, at 8,100 feet, 440-km from Delhi and is a two hours drive from Shimla. It is slightly higher than Shimla (7,400 feet) and the road linking the two runs almost near the crest of the mountain with a gradual ascent.  
  How to Get There  
  By Air : Shimla's airport is at a distance of 23 kilometers at Jubbarhatti. The Airport is well connected to Chandigarh, Kullu Manali and Delhi.  
  By Rail : Kalka, located at a distance of 96 kilometers from Shimla is the nearest railhead. From Delhi you can take a train to reach Kalka. There are no direct trains to Shimla.  
  By Road : A fine network of roads connects Shimla to all major cities in India.  
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