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A tour of Mussoorie can easily be a memorable outing for the whole family. In fact, for a hill station aptly christened the ‘Queen of Hills’ and arguably the most favored spot in Uttarakhand, a trip could offer more just the ordinary adventure. This hill station’s convenient place also gives it an advantage, given that it’s just 35 km from Dehradun at the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan ranges.Email us or WhatsApp us @ +91 9899328185 for all queries with regards to organising your Mussoorie tour packages.
There’s no better way to experience the charm and glamor of Mussoorie than with Mussoorie tour packages. Be it when the summer heat gets too much and staying in Nainital gets a bit too uncomfortable or you crave the calm and serenity, the town has it all.
Furthermore, the ‘Queen of Hills’ could easily be a haven for sightseers, hikers, mountaineers, and photography enthusiasts. Intrepid adventure-hungry tourists arrive to lots of surprises, including getting to know who the mighty Mt. Everest is named after!
If planning an epic tour of Mussoorie, be sure to pack a some of warm outfits. All the major hangout spots have what it takes to delight and amaze, although the real thrill is with tour packages to Mussoorie. Frame-worthy views and arduous treks plus lots of history, culture, art, and spirituality are all on offer!
Prime Tourist Destinations to include during your Mussoorie Tour packages
Mussoorie was established by the Brits in 1823, but has recently grown to be a huge tourist destination. But it still has the aura of its colonial founders, including ancient churches, palaces, libraries, and hotels. Grand summer retreats of the royal Indian maharajas also stand today, a testament to how much the rich and mighty valued this little hill station.
Choose from Mussoorie Tour packages and visit this magical town. Major spots worth visiting include the following:
Ride a cable car to Gun Hill and catch a breathtaking view of the Mussoorie and the Doon Valley. Depart from Mall Road and enjoy the adrenaline-pumping up before docking at the second highest peak of Mussoorie, a 6,800 ft peak.
The hill got its name from the Brits, who would fire a cannon every day at noon to notify the locals to know the time. Today, cable cars work reliably well, allowing vacationers to marvel at the beauty of the region.
Tickets cost 125 Rupees and sell quickly during summer. But for a visit, this hill has it all. Apart from the scenic views of the Himalayan ranges, Gun Hill has an overabundance of food stalls, souvenir shops, amusement rides.
It isn’t a lie that Mussoorie is easily the best destination for the whole family picnics. The Municipal Garden located 4km outside town is a magical spot to relax and admire the beauty of nature. It has lots of beautiful flowers, an artificial mini-lake, and perfect places to sit at during that lazy afternoon.
A visit is certainly great because aside from exploring the garden, the prestigious IAS Academy and the Tibetan temples are just nearby. The best way to access this garden is by using a rickshaw, pony, or car, although one could still stroll along Waverly Convent Road.
Visiting the highest peak of this famous hill station, there’s a lot to do, including catching a glimpse of the magnificent greenery down below. But of all that’s on offer, Childer’s Lodge offers the magic that befits a tourist worn out by the arduous treks. Snow views and the calm, relaxing feel at the lodge is a treat worth the climb.
Jabarkhet Nature Reserve
A perfect excuse to fall in love with nature, this reserve is the first of its kind in the whole of Uttarakhand state. It is the brainchild of two geniuses: Sejal Worah – a conservationist, and Vipul Jain – the landowner. It sits on a 110-acre piece of land, and much as the reserve is breathtaking, everything about it is privately operated.
It was opened in 2015, but has managed to charm and dazzle its visitors to date. For lovers and honeymooners, walking in the woods of this reserve, picking the flowers along the trails, is just about the best way to rejuvenate love. The entrance fee is only 350 Rupees on solo strolls and 500 Rupees if accompanied by an expert guide. The management also offers private and bespoke walks, which also include overnight treks and village visits.
Camel’s Back Road
Hiking isn’t the only way to experience the adventure that Mussoorie is known for. Horse riding along the 3 km stretch from Kulri Bazar near Rink Hall to Library Bazar on a calm afternoon is enough to create lifelong memories of the trip. Camel’s Back Rock is less chaotic and far clearer for a lazy horse ride.
About 9 km from Mussoorie, on the Mussoorie-Jharipani road, is an enchanting Jharipani Falls whose water cascade down with vigor to form a mesmerizing backdrop. This scenic waterfall is tucked away in a dense, forested hill to create an environment that combines with the tranquility around to form a little paradise.
Near the falls, you can also catch a breathtaking view of Shivalik Range, gaze at the beautiful bloom of wildflowers and shrubs that color the horizon. The best time to visit is on an early summer morning when the heat from the sun is still bearable.
Call it a trekkers’ paradise, a great tourist attraction, or just about the heart and soul of Mussoorie, and you will be totally right. Bhatta Falls, together with the lush greenery around, is one epic spot worth visiting.
You could get a dip in the waters, grab a bite at one of the nearby eateries, or relax at the picnic spot right near the falls. It is about 7 km from Mussoorie on the Mussoorie-Dehradun road, and accessibility is a breeze.
A majority of Mussoorie Tour packages do include trips to Kempty Falls for one reason: it is one gorgeous waterfall set amidst a beautiful valley. And it surely wows, especially with the lush green surrounding and the serenity around.
Kempty Falls sits 4500 ft above sea level, but as the water gushes down onto another artificial pool, the buzz amongst swimmers every summer is enough to create lifelong memories. You could take a bath at the foot, play with the water, and take a few shots. The falls is about 15 km from Mussoorie along the Yamunotri Road.
Nag Devta Temple
Though this ancient temple is 6 km away from Mussoorie, it still has enormous significance to the Hindu community and tourists visiting the area. Those visiting Nag Devta Temple not only fall in love with its look, but also marvel at the enchanting views of the Doon Valley. It is located along Cart Mackenzie Road, and the best part about a visit to this temple is the fact that vacationers can drive right into the temple’s entrance.
Perfect for lovebirds, honeymooners, and someone looking to relax in a tranquil spot, Mussoorie Lake is as delightful as the name suggests. On offer are pedal boats to use when exploring the vast lake, a natural waterfall, and a chance to see lots of ducks swimming gracefully on their own.
This lake is located 6 km from Mussoorie, along the Mussoorie-Dehradun road, and apart from the adventure it offers, the enchanting views of the valleys nearby are unmissable. Just make sure to arrive early and marvel at the beauty of the greenery around.
There’s a Tibetan settlement called Happy Home in Mussoorie. It hosts refugees outnumbering 5,000, with all of them going about their businesses as though they are in native Tibet. The Dalai Lama established the home in 1959, and today, a small, vibrant Shedup Choepelling Temple makes the settlement among the region’s must-visit spots.
One of the best reasons to visit this community is the welcoming well-manicured gardens and lawns. There’s also a beautiful golden Buddha statue and a Tibetan school where they let their kids learn their nature culture and traditions away from home. This community is just 45 minutes on a taxi from the Library end of the Mall Road.
Sir George Everest House
Tour packages to Mussoorie can’t end without a visit to the Park Estate, home to Sir George Everest. He was India’s first Surveyor-General and had a home and his official residence in Mussoorie.
Although he’s no more, a trip to his estate is sure to let you learn a thing or two about the man behind the planet’s tallest mountain. The estate is just 6 km from Mussoorie.
Other than these, tour packages to Mussoorie also include visits to the central hub of the Mussoorie – Mall Road, the pristine lake Misty and Library Bazaar. Company Garden whose colorful flowers and amusement park – kids’ favorite, and Sisters Bazaar – gifts and souvenirs shoppers’ paradise, are some other must-visits.