Hill Stations of West Bengal
West Bengal has some popular hill stations like Darjeeling, Mirik, Kalimpong, Takdah, Sillery Gaon, Sandakphu, Rishyap, Rimbik, Loley Gaon, Lava, Kurseong, Kolakham, Jorpokhri and Ghoom. One can even go for camping, mountaineering, trekking and paragliding in these hill stations. Holidaying in the hill stations of West Bengal gives one an experience of a lifetime.
Hill Stations of Odisha
Hill stations of Odisha are located on the Eastern Ghats Mountain Range of India in the midst of dense forest of tropical deciduous trees. These hill stations are very near to Bhubaneshwar, the capital city of Odisha. Daringbadi, Mahendragiri, Olasuni Hill, Dumuriput, Dhenkanal, Koraput and Phulabani are popular tourism destinations in Odisha.
Hill Stations of Bihar
Hill Stations of Bihar depict the scenic beauty, religious destinations and the foothill water bodies. Some of the beautiful hill stations of Odisha are Simultala and Rajgir.
Hill Stations of Jharkhand
Jharkhand shows the tropical climate, the deciduous forestry and the waterfalls. The hill stations of Jharkhand are the place of retreat for the Bengali people. Some of the hill stations are Netarhat, Ghatshila, Ranchi- the capital of Jharkhand, Giridh, which is famous for Parasnath Hills, Usri Falls, Madhuban, Khandoli Park, Jain Museum, Jharkhandi Dam; Hazaribagh for the forest region; Deogarh for the temples of Hindu, Jamshedpur famous for Dalma Hills, Dimna Lake, Jubilee Park, Palamau Hill Station which is famous for Palamau Fort, Belta National Park; Dhanbad for Dhangi Hills, Maithon Dam, Panchet Dam, Topchanchi Lake, Jharia Coal Mines, Bhatinda Falls; and Kiriburu for Meghataburu Hills and Saranda Forests.
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