1. Munsiyari

Located in the Pithoragarh district, Munsiyari is known for its breathtaking views of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas. It's an excellent destination for trekking and adventure enthusiasts. 

2. Chopta Trekk

Often referred to as the "Mini Switzerland of India," Chopta is a serene and picturesque hill station. It serves as the base for the trek to Tungnath, one of the highest Shiva temples in the world. 

3. Rishikesh 

– The capital of Lakshadweep, known for its mosques, beautiful beaches, and water sports. – Kavaratti Aquarium is a must-visit, showcasing the rich marine life of the region.

4. Binsar 

Binsar is a wildlife sanctuary known for its diverse flora and fauna. The panoramic views of the Himalayas from Zero Point in Binsar are mesmerizing. It's a great destination for bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. 

5. Abbott Mount 

Abbott Mount is a hidden gem in the Kali Kumaon region. It offers tranquility and colonial charm with its old-world architecture and beautiful landscapes. 

6. Auli Hill

Famous for its ski resorts and winter sports, Auli is a pristine hill station with panoramic views of the snow-covered peaks. It's a great destination for both adventure seekers and nature lovers. 

7. Chakrata 

Chakrata is a secluded hill station surrounded by coniferous forests. It offers a peaceful environment and is known for attractions like Tiger Falls and the ancient limestone caves of Budher. 

8. Lansdowne

1. A charming cantonment town, Lansdowne is known for its colonial architecture and serene atmosphere. It's a perfect destination for those seeking a quiet retreat in the midst of nature.

9. Pithoragarh 

– An uninhabited island known for its bird population. – Ideal for bird watching and exploring the untouched natural beauty.

10. Ranikhet 

Nestled in the Kumaon hills, Ranikhet is a charming hill station known for its pleasant weather, lush greenery, and views of the snow-capped peaks.