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5 Dreamy Hill Stations to Flock to With Your Special Someone!

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Mountains and hill-stations have a strong, magnetic pull. They draw you in with their charm and make you want to never leave them again. We've made life easier for you and your special someone by listing down five such places where you can live your dream romantic holiday.

1. Manali

source: Taken by HolidayIQ reviewer Rudraraj Trivedi

Go for a shopping spree on Mall Road or indulge in various activities such as mountain biking, paragliding, skiing and sightseeing, Manali has something for everyone. HolidayIQ reviewer Jitendra Tanwar says, “Manali is one of the few places which gives you a feeling of heaven on earth. Manali is surrounded by high beautiful snow clad mountains from April to July but for those who loves to experience heavy snowfall must visit Manali during winters.”

2. Darjeeling

source: Taken by HolidayIQ reviewer Kausik Mandal

Affectionately known as the “Queen of the Hills", Darjeeling justifies the title ever so much with its ambience, weather and sightseeing options. Sightseeing in Darjeeling is an absolute delight with lush green hills riddled with cotton-like clouds. HolidayIQ reviewer Arpita says, "The queen of hill of West Bengal is Darjeeling. Fantastic sunny weather, clear sky all together make the trip wonderful. Ecstatic sunrise over the Kanchenjunga from tiger hill fulfilled the trip. The mall, tea garden, zoo, ropeway, toy train, keventers, glenary's all together made our Darjeeling trip a memorable one."

3. Munnar

source: Taken by HolidayIQ reviewer Annie Jain

The highest hill-station in South India, Munnar has now become famous as a tourist attraction with its coffee plantations featuring in every other Bollywood movie. Despite the hype, it never disappoints. HolidayIQ reviewer Siddhartha says, "Munnar certainly is the coldest and the best sightseeing place in whole of Kerala, I was stumped by the lake and tea plantation, the only thing one should remember is avoid this place on weekend and on national holiday, it gets packed and everythings pre booked and the prices shot up, one should spend atleast 2 days in Munnar, one to check the sightseeing and the other to leisurely relax"

4. Nainital

source: Taken by HolidayIQ reviewer Vijay Raj

Known for the mind-numbingly serene and stupifying Naini lake, Nainital is one of the most beautiful places in India. Dotted with numerous bakeries and cafes and a variety of sightseeing spots in and around, it's a lover's paradise. HolidayIQ reviewer Mahesh says, "Place of tranquility amidst chaos is a desperation of escape from monotony and rut. Coming up to the altitude of this lake city, people of all faith find a way to connect to divine and Nature together as one, be it in the clanging bells of temple or aroma of burning candles in church or in the serene silence of understanding Himalayas."

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5. Mount Abu

source: Taken by HolidayIQ reviewer Dhruv Kalra

Being the only hill-station in the beautiful rajasthan should automatically add this to your bucket list but Mount Abu well deserves a place here as it is also a sacred pilgrimage place for Jains due to the many Dilwara temples. HolidayIQ reviewer Jigar says, "This place is really beautiful and good to come here and enjoy. The best time is monsoon and winters. There are many temples and lakes here. This way the place is good for religious and adventure picnic. There are many hotels and restaurant which serve the best authentic food of this region."

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