Mussoorie Tourism

Mussoorie tourism is one of the most happening ones these days. Mussoorie is located at the Himalayan foothills. This idyllic hill station with its spell bounding sight of the Himalayan range is awe-insipring. It is referred to as the 'queen of hills' because of its exotic beauty that keeps one dumbstruck.

This hill station has always been everybody's favorite who plans for a getaway from the blazing heat of the plains. The best time of visit to Mussoorie is either between mid April to mid May or September to November.

The view of the sunset at the evening hours is simply majestic. The valley of Mussoorie looks splendid when it is veiled under the clouds. The Library Chowk and the Kulri Bazaar of the Mall are very famous areas here.

You can ride on a ropeway from the mall and visit Gun Hill which gives an excellent view of the Himalayas. Camel's Back Road is the sunset point of Mussoorie. Lal Tibba is a well known picnic spot at Mussoorie.

There is an artificially created lake at Municipal Garden where one can have a boat ride. The Kempty fall is very famous as it is the biggest fall. Vinog Mountain Quail Sanctuary is an abode to endangered bird species. Besides you will find temples of Surkanda Devi.

Nag Tibba is a well known trekking destination of the Mussoorie tourism department. For those interested in fishing, may go to the Yamuna or the Algar river.

Shopping is an important part of Mussoorie tourism. The Mussoorie mall has got a collection of imported articles like the Tibetian metal works, antique items, decorated walking sticks, handicrafts, beautiful local jeweleries, books, cane made baskets and other wonderful items.

For moving to various places in and around Mussoorie, you can avail rickshaws, rented cars and taxis. A large number of luxurious hotels are available at Mussoorie for the accommodation of the tourists where you can get multi-cuisine restaurants.

Mussoorie tour is really a pleasurable one. There are various tour operators which offer cheap travel packages for Mussoorie

Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



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