Mussoorie - List of Beautiful Selected Places for Honeymooners and Couples

Mussoorie is one of the most impressive hill stations in the northern India and it is most visited by visitors. Mussoorie is a beautiful city and it is also known as Queen of mountains. It is situated at a height of 1,880 metres (6,170 ft) with lush green hills and a serene environment. It is only 34 kilometers from Dehradun.

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A smooth drive to Mussoorie, aided by spicy hot Maggie and freshly brewed tea from roadside stalls, makes the journey a real refreshment. Watching the rays of the rising Sun fall and highlight the outline of the mountains feels like watching a painting come to life.

In night it is very pleasant to watch Dehradun from Mussoorie road. It look like seeing a beautiful dream through open eyes. On the way to to Mussoorie from Dehradun near by kuthalgate, there is a Shiv Mandir, Recommended for tourist to visit the temple and have a sip of Tea and Prasad in the mandir.

Popular Tourist Attractions in Mussoorie

There are many tourist places in Mussoorie that showcases the beauty of the place and offer an unforgettable travel experience. Below are some Tourist attraction places :

1. Camel Back

Its beautiful views of the surrounding lush green hills at sunset and sunrise, it is ideal for early morning and late evening walks. Camel's Back Road is a famous road in Mussoorie and a jogger's paradise because of its peaceful surroundings and abundant greenery. It is almost 3-4 km long named as Camel Back Road due to the presence of natural layout of rocks shaped like a camels hump at the end of road.

2. Lal Tibba

Lal Tibba is untouched by commercialization and the most famous place in Mussoorie and it is the highest peak and topmost point. It is most popular among visitors as it has Romantic Sunset and Sunrise view. All the broadcasting stations of All India Radio and Doordarshan are situated here. Visitors can take in the panoramic views through the lens of an old telescope mounted atop a 20-metre-tall tower at the edge of the cliff.

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3. Kempty Fall

Kempty Fall

The Kempty Falls are about 13 kms away from Mussoorie and one of the most popular fascinating picnic spot in Mussoorie. It is one of the most beautiful and biggest waterfalls nestled in the enchanting hill town of Mussoorie here water dropping from a height of about 50 feet flowing through five cascading falls in the downstream.

4. Mussoorie Lake

Mussoorie lake is a beautiful picnic spot in the Mussoorie city itself. This is a artificial lake as it is constructed by City Board. It is located just 6 km before Musssoorie. Here visitors can do pedalled boating and enjoy the weather and calm environment. It look very magnificent in Monsoon. The entry in this lake is paid. Recommended to visit this lake when you are planning to visit Dehradun.

5. Nag Tibba

It is highest peak in lower Himalayas of Garhwal region. It can also be called as Mountain of Serpent or Serpent peak. Nag Tibba has a charismatic majestic scenic beauty and a good trek for adventure lovers. It is an altitude of 3048 meters. The local people have been offering prayer to Nag Devta at this peak, they believe that Nag Devta protects their cattle from snake bites. Nag tibba is trekkers delight. It is perfect place for camping during spring and summers.

6. Gun Hill

It is the second highest point of Mussoorie, located at an altitude of 2024m.Gun Hill is one of the popular tourist attractions of Mussoorie. It is believed that a canon was fired from the place at a fixed time on every afternoon. This firing at the hill provided an idea of time to the local residents of the destination and they adjusted their watches accordingly. It is accessible by a cable car.The 400m ropeway ride is fun.

7. Bhatta Fall

Bhatta fall is picnic spot near Mussoorie. It is located 7 km from Mussoorie near Jharipani village. Visitors needs to trek 1.5 km to reach the waterfall. Bhatta falls is a beautiful waterfall and is one of the major attractions of the city. One of the most photogenic locations and attracts number of nature lovers and adventurous crowd.

8. Muncipal Garden or Company Bagh

It is a major picnic location in Mussoorie at a distance of 3.5 km from Mussoorie Library Bus Stand.It is also known as Company Bagh. The garden houses a large variety of flora and birds, making it popular among nature lovers. Housing 800 different types of flowers, including Dahlias, Begonia, Pansy and Petunia. The garden has a nursery, which offers a wide range of plants for sale. Visitors can visit this garden by hiring rickshaws, cycles, pony and cars

9. Bhadraj Temple

Bhadraj temple is dedicated to lord Bal bhadra, brother of lord Krishna. Every year Bhadraj temple committee organizes a fair from 15th to 17th of august, thousands of devotees come to take blessings from lord Bhadraj. Bhadraj trek is one of the best day hikes near Mussoorie taking you through a scenic forest walk to reach the Bhadraj temple at the mountain peak (2,200 m).

10. George Everest

Sir George Everest after whom the tallest mountain in the world is named, lived in Mussoorie from 1832 to 1860. From 1823 to 1843, Everest was the superintendent in charge of the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, one of the first projects to accurately the entire Indian subcontinent with scientific precision.It is one of the best place for trekkers and travellers.

George Everest

The vantage of this historic architecture offers uninterrupted panoramic view of the majestic Doon Valley on one side and Aglar River valley and snowbound Himalayan ranges on the other. It is at the good height the visitors can get the shivering and an enchanting feel.

Things To Do in Mussoorie

1. Shopping (As no Trip is complete without It)
2. Roller Skating
3. Paragliding
4. Mountaineering
5. Adventure on the Ropes (Skywalk, Zipline, Zip Swings)
6. Trekking and Camping

Famous Things in Mussoorie

Mussoorie is a beautiful hill station with lots of tourist attraction places. Other then these Mussoorie is famous for shopping. The Mall road is truly a shopper’s delight with everything under its umbrella. The crowded and bustling stretch is always buzzing with people, locals and tourists alike.

Some famous Shops and Bazaar's in Mussoorie are : Library Bazaar, Cambridge book depot, Classic Emporium, Kulri Bazaar,Sisters Bazaar Tibetan Market, Gandhi chowk etc. Tourists who love shopping would love these places.

Places Near Mussoorie

1. Dhanaulti

(Distance from Mussoorie : 30 Km )

Dhanaulti is fast emerging as a gem among the major travel destinations in Uttarakhand. It is on Mussoorie - Chamba road, at an altitude of 2,250 m. It is surrounded by lush green forest and have very good snowfall in winter season.Dhanualti is a beautiful places that offer solitude and peace, close to nature.

Dhanaulti portrays nature at it’s best with stunning views of the hills, fresh crisp mountain air, the winding paths peeking from inside the hills, spectacular landscapes and lush green forests, all make for the perfect getaway.

2. Dehradun

(Distance from Dehradun : 35 Km )

Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand. It is one of the most beautiful resorts in the sub mountain tracks of India, known for its scenic surroundings. Dehradun is famous for its salubrious weather and its prestigious schools is one of the most talked about cities of Uttarakhand.

Dehradun is also called the school capital of India for the number of schools it is home to. The much-loved Basmati rice is grown in abundance in this city and then exported to other parts of the country.

Places to see in Dehradun : Sahastradhara, Paltan Bazaar, Tiger Falls, Robber's Cave, Tapkeshwar Temple, Malsi Dear Park, Mindrolling Monastery

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3. Haridwar

(Distance from Mussoorie : 85 Km )


Haridwar is one of the Hindu holy places in India and a center of Hindu religion and mysticism for centuries. Located on the banks of River Ganges (Ganga). Haridwar (also called Hardwar) is Uttarakhand’s holiest Hindu city, and pilgrims arrive here in droves to bathe in the fast-flowing Ganges. The sheer number of people gathering around Har-ki-Pairi Ghat give Haridwar a chaotic but reverent feel. Within the religious hierarchy of India, Haridwar is much more significant than Rishikesh.Haridwar is the site of many religious festivals. Most notably, once every twelve years it is the venue for the Kumbh Mela, the world's largest festival.

4. Rishikesh

(Distance from Mussoorie : 77 Km )

It is in the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India and it is known as the 'Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas and gateway to Char Dham (Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri) The town got its name after Hrishikesh, one of the names of Hindu God Lord Vishnu. Rishikesh has charismatic beautiful view of jungle-clad hills.

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5. Lansdowne

(Distance from Mussoorie : 190 Km )

Lansdowne is a town in Pauri Garhwal District in Uttarakhand State. Lansdowne is known as a quite hill station of India.It is tranquil and serene. Lansdowne is quite famous place among travelers but not that much crowded like other tourist places. Lansdowne is an untouched, pristine town, miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is in the south of Pauri in route Kotdwar and is surrounded by thick oak and blue pine forests offering great mountain views.

Places to see in Lansdowne : Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple, Bhulla Tal, Snow View Point Garhwali Mess, Darwan Singh Sangrahlaya, Bhim Pakora, Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple

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About Mussoorie


Mussoorie has been in existence for less than 200 years with the first settlement being established by a British captain in 1823. Earlier there were were only shepherds in the area whose animals would graze on the ‘mansoor’ shrub; a typ e of lentil indigenous to the area which gives the town its name. The first house was built by FYoung, he was one of those multi -faceted personalities that East India company kept producing from time to time. He combined a successful army career with excellence as a civil administrator.a lieutenant of the British East India Company and commanding officer of the Sirmoor Battalion from 1815 to 1842.

Mussoorie became the first home of the Dalai lama in India in the summer of 1959. It was here that Nehruji held several meetings with the Tibetan spiritual leader.

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