India, undoubtedly, is a beautiful heaven of hills, mountains, beaches and wildlife that capture the attention of visitors from all over the world with their picturesque beauty and magical wonders. It is a true paradise on earth with an array of options to help you chill out and beat the heat while collecting many adventurous experiences for a lifetime.

Read on to know about some of the best places to visit in India to say goodbye to the heat and humidity during the summers and indulge in complete relaxation and recreation.

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Manali

Famed as a picturesque hill station in the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is among the most-visited holiday spots in India. Enclosed by snow-clad mountain peaks of majestic Himalayas, this adorable town is a true heaven on the planet that enthralls adventure enthusiasts with its wide range of sports activities in and around the region. Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Jogini Falls and Hadimba Temple are some of the must-visit attractions in the town.

Ladakh

Known as the “Land of High Passes”, Ladakh is a mountainous region in the state of Jammu and Kashmir and is a thrilling destination for summer holidays in India. Home to contrasting landscapes of white sand dunes, azure lakes, green valleys and high-mountain passes and several Buddhist monasteries, it offers a complete package of relaxation, peace and adventure. While a bike ride up to the Khardung-La Pass is the most fascinating adventure in this haven, Zanskar Valley, Pangong Tso Lake, Spituk Gompa and Hemis National Park are few other tourist attractions promising an exciting time to the travellers.

Srinagar

The summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar is a peaceful paradise sheltered by the snowy mountains. An ideal holiday destination for tourists, the city offers experiences like Shikara rides in Dal Lake, wildlife at Dachigam National Park and bird watching at Hokersar. Right from Shalimar Bagh to Shankaracharya Hill, Srinagar has a plenty of beautiful spots to impress you. Besides, the capital is popular for its floating markets in Dal Lake.

Nainital

Described as the “Lake Paradise”, Nainital is one of the most charming and captivating hill stations of India located at an elevation of 1,938m above the sea-level in the lap of Uttarakhand, a north Indian state. It shines as a glittering jewel in the Himalayan Mountains and impresses vacationers with its cheerful climate and scenic splendours. One can enjoy yachting, boating and paddling on all its lovely lakes, especially the Naini Lake, the most famous lake in the town. Moreover, the sunrise view from Tippin Top, the sunset view at Hanuman Garhi, ropeway ride and shopping at Tibetan market are some other exciting experience to indulge in.

Dharamshala

Renowned as the home of the Dalai Lama, Dharamshala is another serene and picturesque holiday destination capturing the attention of travellers from all across the globe. The town is meant for its affordable, luxurious accommodation options and attracts several regular sports enthusiasts from around the world since the introduction of IPL T20 at the HPCA stadium. From walks through the tea plantations to meditation and stay in Namgyal Monastery, there are a lot of exciting things for the travellers to experience.

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