By | January 7, 2018
Beautiful Place to Visit in North India

When we try to find out different tourist place in India, we see that North India is one of the most beautiful parts of India where travelers come from all around the Globe at all times. This part of India is pure delight of mountain lovers and adventure enthusiasts. There are a lot to visit and get experiences from plenty of puturesque, off-the-wall hill stations nestled in the Himalayas that naturally created for beautiful holiday destinations.

Here I have cleared confusion to decide where should we go and what should we see in the northern part of India. Just choose your dream destination and spend your holiday delightfully.

1. Shimla:


Shimla is largest city and capital of northern Indian state Himachal Pradesh. This tourist place is incandescent beauty and delight where high hill always telling their stories. All the spectacular mountain chain is unique. Here you can see Annandale, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Scandal Point, Jakhoo Hill and Summer Hill. Plush valleys, Snow-capped mountains, and bustling mall road has made Shimla a favorite choice for all around World.

How to Reach There:

Jubbarhatti airport is located nearby 23 km from the main city and the nearest Kalka railway station of which is connected with Shimla station.

2. Manali and  Kullu – Hub of adventure:

Manali and  Kullu

Manali and Kullu is the hub of northern Indian destination. Manali located at distance 40 km from Kullu but both are twin for north Indian traveler.  Manali and Kullu are very popular for their invigorating climate, luxuriant greenery, surreal topography and super thrilling adventure sports. Manali is a fantastic place specially for honeymoon couple and adventure enthusiasm. Hot place of Manali and Kullu for travelers are Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art, Hadimba Temple, Vashisht Hot Water Springs, Himalayan Nyingmapa Gompa.

How to Reach There:

Chandigarh airport and railhead are located at distance approximately 250 km away.

3. Nainital- A mesmerizing hill station:

Nainital in india

Nainital is one of the most popular hill stations of north Indian destination lovers. Nainital is so much popular for splendid lake. Here you can’t avoid trekking, boating and shopping of mall road of Tibetan market. Attraction place of Nainital are Naini Lake, Nainital Zoo, Naina Peak, Snow View Point, Tiffin Top, Raj Bhavan, and Naina Devi Temple.

How to Reach There:

Nainital takes closely 8 hours from Delhi By train and Kathgodam is the nearest rail station of Nainital that is at distance 34 km from there.

4. Mussoorie- A popular tourist destination:


Mussoorie is another amazing visited hill station of north India to visit. It is belonged in Dehradun district of Uttarakhand. Scenic waterfalls and lofty ranges form the backdrop for some of the most amazing things to do in Mussoorie, such as boating, skating, and horse riding. Attraction place to visit here are Mussoorie Lake, Kempty Falls, Jharipani Falls, Benog Sanctuary and Camelback Road.

How to Reach There:

Closest airport of Mussoorie is Jolly Grant at Dehrahun and its distance nearby 54 km from there while railway of Dehradun is within 33 km.

5. Rishikesh and Haridwar:

Rishikesh and Haridwar


Haridwar is another religious destination hub of north India. We know that Ganga leave the Himalayas from here and it is very crowded place through over the year because of Ganga aarti and religious celebration.

Rishikesh is located at upslope of 20 km from Haridwar and the place is very familiar to be yoga capital of India. Here a lot to visit and the city is internationally popular because of adventure sport like bungee jumping and river rafting. Most beautiful place of Rishikesh are Mansa Devi Temple Rajaji National Park, Bungee Jumping, Har ki Pauri, River Rafting and Yoga sessions.

How to Reach There:

The nearest railway station and airport for the both place are Haridawar railway station and Dehrahun airport.

6. Vrindavan and Mathura:

Vrindavan and Mathura

Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Krishna, Vrindavan, on the other hand, is the place where lord Krishna spent his lad age and youth. Now a day, both place are very significant religious pilgrim for Hindu in north India. The distance between Vrindavan and Mathura is just 12 and both places are so much popular for their heritage of temples.

I hope your next destination will be one of above. Pick your dream destination and enjoy yourself.

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