Mussoorie with its beautiful, undulating, tree-covered hills, looking down on the Doon valley and with a fantastic view of the Mighty Himalayas. Mussoorie is post-card pretty and has wonderfully a romantic air, which has time and again lured honeymooners to it ever since it was established way back in 1827.
Places to visit in Mussoorie
While making a visit to Mussoorie you might spot few interesting places. Some of those destinations are mentioned below.
Well this hill top is the second highest peak in entire Mussoorie. Gun Hill is not too far from the Mall Road. It just a 20 minutes trail. If you wish to add a bit of adventure to your trip you can also take the rope way to reach there. After reaching there you can witness great picturesque view of few Himalayan Mountain ranges like Shrikanta, Gangorti, Bunderpunch and also Pithwara. Being the second highest peak, you can get the best sight of the entire Mussoorie town.
Then you have Kempty Falls on your list to see. This waterfall is 4500 ft higher and is about 16 kms high. This falls have a great contribution in adding the beauty of the mountain ranges.
The Municipal Garden in Mussoorie is another place that you need to make a visit to. His is a well maintained garden with an idyllic ambience. You can also locate a small lake with an option of boating. This garden is very nearby from the main market area. In fact it is at a walk able distance of 2 kms. You can also take a drive to this garden from the longer root and cover 4 kms to reach.
Camel back Road & Nag Devta Temple
Both these places are also a must visit destination of Mussoorie.
How to Reach
Located at a distance of 59 km away from the Mussoorie, the Jolly Grant airport in Dehradun is well connected to various other cities by air. On arrival, you can hire a taxi or board a bus to reach this place.
Mussoorie is well connected by roads and has bus services from Delhi, Mumbai and many others to reach it. On arrival, you can hire a taxi to see the major tourist attractions.
The nearest railway station is the Dehradun which is well connected to various other cities like Mumbai, Delhi and many others. On arrival, you can hire a taxi or board a bus to reach Mussoorie.