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Mussoorie Video Reviews

Camels back road  Video Review

Camels back road

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5th Dec 16
Mall road  Video Review

Mall road

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3rd Dec 16
Jawahar Aquarium  Video Review

Jawahar Aquarium

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3rd Dec 16
Gun Hill Point Mussoorie  Video Review

Gun Hill Point Mussoorie

by Dhruv Kalra
5th Jan 18
Gun hill -a birds eye view  Video Review

Gun hill -a birds eye view

by Piyush Jain
30th Dec 17
OK OK but in way of Buddha temple  Video Review

OK OK but in way of Buddha temple

by Smit Thacker
6th Sep 17
Kempty fall, Mussoorie  Video Review

Kempty fall, Mussoorie

by Mystigon Mark
13th Aug 17
Awesome waterfalls  Video Review

Awesome waterfalls

by Preetishadas
13th Aug 17
Most popular location in Mussoorie  Video Review

Most popular location in Mussoorie

by Jagjit Thakur
8th Jun 17
Nice to walk around  Video Review

Nice to walk around

by Rishi Kochhar
28th Jan 17

I am heading to Mussoorie

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Prashant Yadav

Reviews (634)

Libu babu

Libu babu4.3/5

2 reviews

Romantic place

Super place nice location. There are lots of activities are there for teens and couples best place for couples is company garden . Delonte garden I will give 6 out of 10 beautiful but less activities for children. There is a lake only which was nice for boating. One of the best place which we enjoy was company garden .

Chintu chatterjee

Chintu chatterjee5.0/5

2 reviews

Hotel Raj 8989 is worst place to stay. Mussouri is Awesome

Mussouri is far mesmerizing than we thought. Once you stay in here you will know how beautiful the place is. The whether was lovely with clouds entering hotel rooms. The serenity in the lap of mountain is peaceful and we loved to spend there whole day. Must visit places are Lalo Tibba, Santura Devi Temple and Buddha Garden . Kempty falls is also good. In case visiting in Snow time, Dhanolti is best place to go.

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Mussoorie Overview

History of Mussoorie

This verdant hill station with a spectacular view of the Himalayan range is located near Dehradun in the state of Uttarakhand. Known as the ‘Queen of the Hills’, the city was established in 1823 and became a popular holiday resort for the rich and famous during the erstwhile British Raj. The British have long left the country, but the city continues to be a favoured destination with tourists thronging to enjoy Mussoorie attractions. At one point, it was the headquarters of the Central Tibetan Administration, which has since then been shifted to Dharamshala.

People and Culture of Mussoorie

The local language is Garhwali, but Hindi, Punjabi, and English are also understood by a majority of the people. Hindus and various ethnic groups make up the population alongside some Muslims and Christians. The city is dotted with shrines of all these religions and some are on the list of Mussoorie places to visit. Uttarani, Basant Panchami, Phooldeli, Bikhauti, and Hariyali are some of the local festivals celebrated with gaiety.

Things To Do in Mussoorie

Nature’s bounty is plentiful in this hill station and thus, outdoor activities are popular with those on a Mussoorie tour. The spectacular Kempty Falls which cascade down about 40 ft. from an altitude of 4,500 ft. tops the list of places to see in Mussoorie. A leisurely stroll along The Mall will transport you to an era when life was much simpler. The highest point in the city is Lal Tibba which affords a breath-taking view of the Himalayan peaks and is one of the best picnic spots in Mussoorie. Gun Point, Municipal garden Library Bazaar, Cloud’s End, and Bhatta Falls are some other places to visit in Mussoorie.

Food and Shopping in Mussoorie

Sampling some authentic Garhwali cuisine should be one of the things to do in Mussoorie. Rice and lentils are a staple with the locals. Some dishes to try include Aloo ke Gutke, Jhanghora Ki Kheer, Bal Mithai, and Gul Gula. Tibetan cuisine is also easily available in the restaurants in Mussoorie with Momos and Thupkas being the most popular items on the menu preferred by visitors on a trip to Mussoorie.

Mussoorie is known for the wide variety of handicrafts manufactured here. Wood carvings, jewellery, candles, paintings, and garments are some of the souvenirs that visitors on Mussoorie sightseeing can take home. Shops on Mall Road and Kulri Bazaar are a good place to find exquisite garments.

Accommodation in Mussoorie

As regards how to reach Mussoorie, the closest airport is Jolly Grant which is Dehradun’s chief airport. From the airport, it is about a distance of 30 kms by road. The closest railway station is also situated in Dehradun which is well-connected to various other major cities. The many Mussoorie tourist places can also be accessed by road from cities such as Delhi and Meerut through taxis and private or public buses. Accommodations are available at a variety of hotels and resorts in Mussoorie. A popular destination for honeymooners and families during summer vacations, there is a place to suit every budget when on sightseeing in Mussoorie. From heritage properties to bed and breakfast places, Mussoorie has something for every traveller.



Photos of Mussoorie

Gun Hill, Mussoorie

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Arnav Mathur

Gun Hill, Mussoorie
Kempty Falls, Mussoorie

Photo by

Prashant Yadav

Kempty Falls, Mussoorie
Tapovan, Mussoorie

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Pshah

Tapovan, Mussoorie
Tapovan, Mussoorie

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Pshah

Tapovan, Mussoorie

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