Wilson Hills is a hill station in the Valsad
district in the Indian state of Gujarat
.It is near Dharampur
Tahsil and is also the nearest hill station to Surat
.Wilson Hills stands in a densely forested region close to the Pangarbari Wildlife Sanctuary. It is one of the few hill stations in the World
from which it is possible to glimpse the sea.It has an average elevation of 750m (2500 feet).Due to its elevation, Wilson Hills enjoys a cooler and less humid climate than the surrounding area, which makes it popular during the summer months.
The nearest airport is in Surat, located around 130km from Wilson Hills. The nearest railhead is Valsad on the Surat-Mumbai main line.Set off on the Surat-Mumbai road (NH-8) through Udhana
-Sachin-Palsana (approximately 30 km). Take the Surat-Mumbai highway at the Palsana junction and continue to Chiklli. From there, turn left and go towards Khergam-Dharampur. Then take the Dharampur-Nasik highway. After 3 km you will reach a junction-one road toward Nasik, one toward Dharampur, and one toward Wilson Hills and Barumal. Take the Wilson Hills road and you will reach the foothills after 10 km. This marks the start of the Wilson Hills Ghat Road. Wilson Hills is reached after a very steep ascent for 20 km including 16 switchbacks.
There are total 5 points on Wilson Hills.