November 24, 2015


Site Name: Mussoorie
Site Type: Hill station, Lake
Location:  Uttarakhand state, India
Highlights: One of the most popular hill stations and tourist destinations in India
Nearest Railway Station: Dehradun, 35 kms from Mussoorie
Nearest Airport: Dehradun
How to reach: Well connected by road through National Highway 87
Hotel: A lot of options across the entire town
Restaurants: Varieties of options across the entire town

Mussoorie is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. It is situated in Uttarakhand state of India. Various waterfalls and picturesque locations in Mussoorie and the surrounding places make it the important tourist site. Let us explore about all the important destinations in Mussoorie.

Kempty Waterfalls

Kempty Falls is located at a distance of around 15 kms from the center of Mussoorie town. This picturesque waterfalls is one of the popular destinations in Mussoorie.

Company Garden

Although it is considered as an important tourist spot in Mussoorie, it is not very attractive. Apart from the children park, there is nothing else in this site.

Tibetan Buddhist Temple

Mussoorie was once the accommodation for Dalai Lama. Hence, the town is always associated with the Tibetan community. There is a very beautiful Tibetan Buddhist temple located in Mussoorie.

Lal Tibba

Lal Tibba is the highest point in Mussoorie. People throng to this place to enjoy viewing the sunset.

Mall Road

Mall Road is the important landmark of Mussoorie, which all the tourists visit without fail.

Gun-point View

Gun Hills is the second highest point in Mussoorie. This place can be reached by a cable car, which itself has become a tourist attraction.

Tapkeshwar Temple

Tapkeshwar temple is located at the outskirts of Dehradun. This temple of Shiva Linga is located inside a natural cave. From the nearby river, the water flows through this site and trickles down from the ceiling of the cave to Shiva Linga. This temple is very popular.


It is one of the beautiful picnic spots located in Dehradun.

Happy travelling.

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