Interntaional Mountains Day: Indian Mountain Destinations

Interntaional Mountains Day: Indian Mountain Destinations

From snow-clad wonders and stunning scenery to hidden mysteries, unparalleled views and uncompromising toughness, mountain ranges offer a titillating experience to anybody who wants to explore. Adventure Junkies or not, the mountain ranges in India have an innate power to charm and woo people from all walks of life. And on this international mountain day, 2021, we bring you some of the beautiful Indian mountain destinations for you to choose from when travelling with your loved ones or solo.

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Call it otherworldly or dreamy, Ladakh is sure a natures marvel. With stunning mountain ranges and pristine white lakes, Ladakh will make you go speechless and leave you content put a soothing smile across your face making it a must-see tourist destination.

  • The Zanskar Valley in Ladakh will teleport you to a whole new world. Sapphire skies and turquoise crystal clear waters with the wind as the only music to your ears make the Zanskar Valley a must-visit spot in Ladakh. And if nature bestows you with favourable weather conditions, you can also go white river rafting in the divine tributaries of the Zanskar river.
  • Kargil is the second largest town in Ladakh and occupies its place as the prime tourist attraction here. Various mountaineering and trekking opportunities make it an ideal destination for all the adventure enthusiasts along with serene glimpses of the Indus river.
  • Khardungla Pass will give your soul all the thrills and the chills. It is the gateway to the most unusual and less crowded valleys of Ladakh – Nubra and Shyok.
  • Leh, a location for our all-time favourite Bollywood movie – 3 Idiots, will capture your heart at first sight. The elegant arrangement of mountain ranges, alpine lakes and the hospitality of its people will leave you awestruck! Also, if you’re a biker, this one’s your paradise.



Devoid of all the city chaos and the haste, there resides a paradise right in India. Kashmir, also known as the “Switzerland of India”, is blessed with picturesque tourist spots and the great Himalayas and Pir Panjal Ranges.

  • Srinagar offers its guests a wide array of fun things to do like boating, trekking, skiing and also bird watching. Experience yet another beautiful side of nature sprinkled with the magic of mountains and the heart of this city, the Dal Lake.
  • Pulwama will make your heart skip a beat with its pleasant weather, a homely ambience, fields of saffron and soul-pleasing cultures. Also known as the ‘Rice Bowl of Kashmir’, it is situated within 40 km. of Srinagar. So if an escape is a need, you should make a quick visit to this village.

Himachal Pradesh


The beauty of Himachal, the land of snow, is beyond imagination and will surpass all your contemplation. It’s amazing how this destination will have something new to offer each time you visit.

  • Shimla, Kullu and Manali attract major tourists here. Embrace the grace of snow-capped mountains, diversity and the purity of its people as these spots offer their guests a wide range of experiences.
  • Chamba is an ideal destination for all nature lovers. Embellished with age-old forts, temples the gorgeous River Ravi, Chamba is the kind of getaway you need.
  • Dharamshala and Dalhousie treat one with the warmth of nature, the comfort of belongingness and the lively spirit of their respective cultures. Monasteries and dense forests along with favourable climatic conditions make people fall in love with them over and over again.



Enliven your religious beliefs or treat yourself with the sanctity of nature in the divine and the amazing, Uttarakhand.

  • Dehradun and Mussoorie rest in the lap of the breathtaking Himalayan Ranges. Unwind in the serenity of the air that encapsulates these lovely destinations with adorable people. With splendid architecture, ancient cultures and nature’s excellence, these cities surpass the idea of perfection.
  • Rishikesh, Haridwar, Kedarnath and Badrinath reserve themselves as religious spots with surreal mythological stories and beliefs. People from across the globe pay visits to relive the ancient happenings and indulge in spirituality along the banks of river Ganga in what is famously known as the ‘Chardhaam Yatra’.

North East India


North East India encompasses the natural gems of India namely Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura. Monasteries, rainforests, waterfalls, lakes, mountain ranges and wildlife, together, will give you the time of your lives.

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