A charming hill station with many hills
Mussoorie, often known as the queen of hills, is cocooned at a height of 1880 meters in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. The place remains an ideal destination for various people to spend their short holidays with family and friends. With the valley below and Himalayas all around, Mussoorie promises to provide you with some stunning panoramic views. For a travelling freak, the place has much lot to offer. Mall, antiques shops, and various sightseeing spots are other centers of attraction.
The place often takes you back in history when it was explored during the British rule. Ever since then, it has been a center for various tourist activities and educational institutes. You can make your trip a worth by visiting places like Kempty falls, Mussoorie Lake, Camel’s back road, and Nag Devta temple. In order to know the place well, it’s better to imbibe with the local culture. For the people living in Delhi and nearby areas, Mussoorie has been a first choice for spending weekends. Being popular among the tourists, the place provides some of the best accommodation facilities, without being heavy on your pocket.
Summer being the best time to trek and camp, remains a preferred time to visit. Winters are chilly and remain dominated by snow. You can adventure river rafting post-monsoon. Though the weather is cool and enjoyable throughout the year, however, months from September to June is the best time to visit Mussoorie.
Mussoorie lies at a distance of 330 kilometers from Delhi. The place can also be reached easily from Dehradun. Road is the best means to travel to Mussoorie from Delhi. However, if you want to take the aerial route, Jollygrant airport is the nearest at a distance of 24 kilometers from Mussoorie. For the people coming by train from Delhi, need to get down at Dehradun and take any taxi to reach Mussoorie.