Surkhunda Devi Temple is an important pilgrimage centre and is very well-known around the locals and populace residing in nearby cities. The temple offers widespread view of the snow ranges and elite experience one can never forget.
An ideal holiday destination with a new Eco Park, which one will certainly enjoy. It’s an definite hill forest village environment with Himalayan gentle wind and is a pleasant place to spend a day.
Lal Tibba is considered to be the highest point of Mussoorie. Beautiful yet magnificent view of snow covered Gangotri, Kedarnath, Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi and Sri Kanta peaks.
These four shops are actually famous here. Tourists can get a wide iety of homemade snacks and cheese, not to forget even maggi noodles or a pan cake or waffles to enjoy any meal during your vacation to queen of hills.
This spot is also known as the tabletop and can be reached through a Ropeway ride or a 20-minute trudge up a bridle path. By reaching this place, you can found ious vendors offering the Himalayan dresses for the memorable clicks.
This is a 3 km stretch, pleasurable for walking and horse ridding. One can get a impressive view of the sunset in the Himalayas from here.
A new place of public interest just on the mall has much to offer as its name.
The mall is the main shopping area in Mussoorie. The mall road connects the two bazaars, the Kulri Bazaar and the Library Bazaar. It is known as the heart of the town.
Landour is actually the Mussoorie, it was here where first establishments were made and is situated in the east end of the town. Landour is a typical Indian style old bazaar.
The resort eight kilometers from Mussoorie is bounded by thick deodar forest and amazing valley view, in an ideal world suited for foreigners and honeymooners. The echo point near the bungalow is worth giving a call to and do not forget to be with your loved one to romance on the treks in the jungle.