Of all the tourist places in India Mussoorie is the most sought after for many reasons. It arrests the attention of travelers worldwide. Makemytrip, Trivago, Justdail etc. are giving the testimony to this fact. People come to have a clearer view of the queen of the hills that is actually Mussoorie. The stream of admirers of Ruskin Bond are a new brand of tourists. People come to Mussoorie to feel the real motto of travelling; be it recreation, leisure or business purposes. Far from the din and bustle of metropolitan cities get a homely abode in the five star hotels and motels. One can have a look in the hamlets dried corn strung together and hung outside homes as a symbol of prosperity. Can take a feel of hilly rural India in the Devbhoomi. Here are mentioned some very special attractions of the place.
Lal Tibba, located on the top of Depot Hill in Landour, is approximately 6 kilometres from Mussoorie. It is one of the most interesting viewpoints one would have seen to be mesmerized. The name’s meaning is 'red hill'. Rising to a height of 2,275 meters (7,164 feet),
The place has been attracting to family people. The placid lake is among the most beautiful places in Mussoorie. The image created in the nearby lush green aura is sensuous.
Falling is not always bad. Some falls are great experience. It feels great to leverage time to turn into nature's bliss. It is a less crowded place to enjoy the calmness in the laps of nature. It is a great attraction. Kempty is taken from the terms "camp and tea". The falls make an excellent spot for swimming and bathing. The footfall in this waterfall is great throughout the year.
It is 6 km west off the Library, the end of Mussoorie. Thick jungles surrounds it. This place offers a great view of Aglar River Valley.
Gun Hill, an extinct volcano, is the second highest point in the entire area of Mussoorie standing tall at an altitude of 2024 meters. One can have the panoramic view of the snow-clad Himalayan ranges right beside the widespread Doon Valley. It also gives a full view of the hill station of Mussoorie.
It is located in the heart of Mussoorie. It presents the colonial past with benches and lampposts filled with modern shops, video game parlours and skating rinks.
It is a swimmer’s and a nature lover’s haven. They must visit the famous Jharipani Falls. Trekkers also love the area around the waterfalls for the scenery. It’s a good picnics spot with loved ones.
Everyone loves to visit this beautiful picnic spot where there is a lot to enjoy for the children too. Though an artificial lake it has been beautifully developed by the authorities. People enjoy boating in the lake and enjoy mesmerizing scenic views.
This is the place where you walk to remember. The rock formation is in the shape of a camel’s hunched back and hence the name. This road is about 3 km long. It starts from the Liberty Point and ends at the Kulri Bazaar. It gives one of the most amazing views of the Doon valley. It has a lot of small eateries that serve mouthwatering snacks.
The IAS Academy of India is located in this beautiful and picturesque valley. The Municipal Garden and the Tibetan Temple make this location great. The valley culminates at the Cloud’s End, a place where Mussoorie’s geographical boundary ends. Happy Valley attracts people the most.
Dhanaulti is one of the most beautiful places to visit around Mussoorie. Visitors love to be mesmerized to look the views of the daunting Himalayas from here. The place is quiet. Here, at Eco Twin Park, there is a huge green space and rides for kids. The tranquil and serene atmosphere make people remember their visit.
K Dev Bhoomi Wax Museum
This is the Indian version of Madam Tussauds museum. This wax museum is located in the Company Garden. It is among the famous tourist places in Mussoorie. The museum has a store of wax statues of some of the most renowned nationals as well as international celebrities including Leonardo diCaprio and Angelina Jolie.
Sir George Everest’s House Museum
The greater geographer and surveyor, Sir George Everest’s house, has now been converted into a museum. Sir George was very mesmerized by the beauty of Mussoorie. So he stayed here for three decades. His house has been a major Mussoorie tourist spot. It was built in the year 1832.
It is located in a dense forest. It is a nature lovers destination. It is 7 km away from the hill station on the Bala Hisar route . The scenic views serene impact.