Mussoorie Tourism & Travel Guide

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Top Places To Visit 65 Spots

Sisters Bazaar,, Landour, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand 248179, India
very basics but if you are looking for some great home made pizzas this is the place to be. Clean bed warm hospitable staff. very pocket friendly. what else you want? swimming pool!
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Landour, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand 248179, India
Lal Tibba, the highest point in Mussorie has two cafes and a telescope. Nothing much to do there, click pictures and enjoy the view. Don't forget to carry your binoculars!A serene and beautiful place to visit, witness the Tibetan culture and architecture. Walk down the valley, pass the school and do visit the temple. The view of Himalayan Ranges from the Temple is stunning.
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About Mussoorie

A quick getaway destination for Delhi-NCR residents, Mussoorie or the 'Queen of Hills' is the most favoured place for anyone battling urban heat. It remains quite crowded from May to July, as popular hotels and hangouts such as Mall Road, Mussoorie Lake, Kempty Falls and Gun Hill remain pervaded with tourists no matter where or what you may set your eyes upon. But if you carry the spirit of an explorer within you, Mussoorie can surprise you in many ways. For instance, if you curious to check out where the man who Mt. Everest is named after, once lived, you can reach the house and laboratory through a picturesque 4 km walk from Library Bazaar or Gandhi Chowk. Ditch the customary visit to Kempty Falls and take an uplifting trek to the quiet, serene and crystal clear Jharipani Falls instead. Mussoorie, when mist free, provides frame-worthy views of the Himalayan ranges, which can be enjoyed at points such as Lal Tibba, Nag Tibba and Camel Back Road, all of which need to be trekked or walked to, with the effort being worthwhile. Devalsari, a village quietly burrowed 55 km away from Mussoorie, is the gateway to the Nag Tibba trek and a location perfect for seeing beautiful butterflies and birds in the heart of nature. For those curious to delve into Himalayan life, history, art, culture and spirituality, Soham Heritage and Art Centre gives exquisite displays of the former, through various artefacts. As for foodies, restaurants such as Neelam, Imperial Square, Meeting Point Cafe and Casa Mia bakery do justice to North Indian, European and Tibetan cuisines and also offer delicious cafe knick knacks and drinks.

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Best time to visit Mussoorie is from November to June
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