Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Top 5 North India Destinations to Retreat from Indian Summer

The people who live in the northern plains of India know what the summer of India is. The heat and high temperature during this season make it very hard for doing day-to-day work. This makes as a perfect excuse to have a getaway to a much cooler and pleasant place. Summer vacations of schools and college also gives a reason to the people to have a family vacation so that the entire family can spend some quality time together. Some of the amazing summer retreats in North India are as follows.

Manali: Manali is a very famous tourist destination in India. Located in Himachal Pradesh, it is full of awesome scenery of mountains, streams, rivers and waterfalls. It is a great place to spend holidays in summer and also for adventurous activities like mountain climbing, trekking, etc.

Shimla: Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh and is one of the most visited hill stations in India. It was also the summer capital of the India under British rule. The buildings are the example of British impression on Indian architectural.

Nanital: A very popular hill station of north India, Nanital is in a valley which contains a lake shaped like a pear (fruit). It is situated in Uttarakhand. There are so many lakes to visit in Nanital. The famous Naini Devi Temple is also a great tourist attraction. You can also go for trekking on Naina Peak.

Srinagar: It is one of the most beautiful places in India. It is the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir and is famous for lakes, gardens and houseboats. Dal Lake is one of the main attractions of Srinagar. It is an ideal place to spend holidays in summer.

Mussoorie: Mussoorie is called the Queen of the Hills. This hill station is situated in the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan ranges. It is also a very popular tourist destination of north India during summers

All these places are great to spend your summer holidays. In the next post, we will give you the details about the south India destinations to retreat from Indian summer.

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