5 beautiful hill stations near Noida that are less crowded

Feeling hot and sweaty in Delhi, Noida and Gurgaon at 45 degrees? Then you should check out these nearby hill stations, which are perfect for an enjoyable vacation. Peak seasons mean crowded tourist destinations, and in April, travellers search for peaceful areas to relax in and get away from the hectic pace of city life.

Here are 5 beautiful hill stations near Noida that are less crowded


1. Bhimtal

Bhimtal, nestled away from the bustling city of Nainital, is a picture-perfect place with a peaceful atmosphere. In addition to hiking and camping, travellers can engage in water sports including boating and canoeing.

2. Mukteshwar

Mukteshwar’s charming hill station, located at a height of 2,171m above sea level near Nainital, is known for its 350-year-old temple with Lord Shiva as the residing deity. It is said that Lord Shiva killed a demon and granted it salvation, or mukti. One can enjoy a 180-degree view of the magnificent Himalayan range while admiring nature’s beauty with its panoramic blue skies.

3. Naukuchiatal

It is one of the less popular hill stations that will ultimately rise to popularity in the tourism industry. For the time being, it is surrounded by greenery and has some of the most beautiful homestays. This place will keep you entertained during your stay. A must-see destination for animals and nature enthusiasts. Travelers may participate in a variety of activities here, including kayaking, boating, angling and much more.

4. Rewalsar

This Mandi District hidden gem has been hidden from tourists for a long time. Besides being an amazing hill station close to Noida, this place is also important for the Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist people. From here, the Mahayana Buddhist sect’s Guru Padmasambhava travelled to Tibet to spread Buddhism.

5. Lansdowne

The charming town of Lansdowne is surrounded by oak and pine forests. It is a perfect example of a peaceful haven. Tourists are drawn to this area because of the variety of recreational activities available, including trekking, bird viewing, sightseeing and more.