Mussoorie, one of the most popular hill stations of the country, is often referred to as the Queen of the Hills.
Day 1 of Mussoorie Tour:-
Arrive Delhi. Pick up and transfer by surface to Mussoorie. Late afternoon arrive in Mussoorie & check in at your hotel. Evening at leisure. Overnight at the hotel.
Distance between Delhi to Mussoorie is 310 Kms & 9 Hours drive
Day 2 of Mussoorie Tour :-
Mussoorie Local Sightseeing Tour
After breakfast proceed to visit famous Kemtey fall is 15Kms approx. from Mussoorie. It is popular tourists point in Mussoorie. Cloud Ends is 7Kms approx. from Mussoorie. It is hightest point of Mussorie offering awesome view to tourists. Camels Back Road is around 3Kms from Mussoorie. As name suggests rocks are shaped like a hump of camel at the end of road. Gun Hill Point is second highest point in Mussoorie. It is also accessible by a cable car. It offers complete view of Mussoorie. Lal Tibba (Red Hills) is located 6Kms from Mussoorie. If is famous among tourists to view sunset and sunrise.Also visit mall road. Back to the hotel. Overnight at Mussoorie.
Day 3 of Mussoorie Tour :-
Mussoorie to Delhi ( 310 Kms – 9 Hours)
After breakfast check out from hotel, drive to Delhi for onward destination.
Distance between Mussoorie to Delhi is 310 Kms (9 hours) by road
- Hotel Accommodation On Twin / Triple Sharing
- All Sightseeing And All Transfers In Private Ac Car As Per The Itinerary
- All Toll Taxes, State Taxes, Parking Fees & Driver’s Reward
- Daily Breakfast & dinner At The Hotel
Ropeway to Gun Hills
Gun Hills is reckoned as one of the most interesting tourist places in Mussoorie. It is a 10 minutes ride on a 400 meters cable from Jhulaghat to Gun Hill. No matter whichever season it is, do not forget to carry your winter garments. On your way up, you will find plenty snacks bar serving hot beverages and lip-smacking dishes.
Whilst you come back on the cable wire, you will be spellbound with the sightseeing. If you ever get a chance to watch the sunset, consider yourself lucky. You just saw one of the most precious things in the world, reserved only for the fortunate. You get to have an aerial view of Mussoorie from your ride up there.
Insider Tip – The best time to avail this benefit is in summers. It is one fine escape from the smothering heat waves in the urban cities. Plus try to get this ride before 3 PM, as it gets too crowded after that, at times.
Things to do – Of the many adventure sports available to get your adrenaline pumping, one such is balloon shooting game. It will definitely test your shooting skills. However, it is open from 10 AM to 6 PM, so you better plan your day accordingly.
Entry Fee – INR 60
The Happy Valley- Ode to peace
Just like the name suggests, it is valley that promises happiness, keeping afar your sorrows. It is home to copious estates, landscapes, and temples. Also, it is said to be the geographical end to Mussoorie’s borders.
But most importantly it is identified for IAS coaching academies and Tibetan temples. You can easily take a walk from the Hathipaon Estate to the Liberty Point and culminate to the Clouds end all at one go. Throughout your way, you will get extra amenities like storage or lockers/cloakrooms wherein you can keep your belongings safe.
Insider Tip –The best time to pay a visit to The Happy Valley is in the months from March to May. To that try to go before its evening.
Things to do – You can go around for brisk jogging and this needs almost 1-2 hours. You can take magical blessings from the Tibetan temples, which opens at 9 AM -12 PM, and then again at 4 PM- 9 PM.
Entry Fee- Free
Cascading Beauty- Lake Mist
With a bewitching aura and lush greenery around, Lake Mist is again an amazing tourist place to call for. Tucked under the waters of River Kempty, it is a pristine lake to revel in. It is home to small dainty waterfalls whose gurgling acts as a backdrop musical score to this enchanting ambience. The way these waters cascade down to the ground is amazing sightseeing.
Insider Tip – The best time to swing by this lake is in the weekdays, mostly in the early hours. By the time it is dawn, this place engenders huge flocks of people making it clumsy and balmy. Prefer the months from June to September. The timings are from 9 AM in the morning and shuts down exactly at 5 PM.
Things to do – There are several boating options rendered in the proximity of lake. Since you have come this far, do stop off at Kempty Falls, which is just another 4 -5 kilometres from this spot. You can absolutely relish floating in this piece of beauty and gaze around the grandeur of the milieu. Sumptuous foods and hot beverages are served around the corner.
Entry Fee- INR 125
A Walk to Remember- Camel’s Back Road
Due to layout’s semblance with that of a hunched back of a camel, hence is the name labelled. The length of this road starts from Liberty Point and ceases at Kulri Bazaar, measuring almost 3 kilometres. It is like a walk in the lap of mother nature- truly tranquil which soaks in the last ounce of stress off you.
Insider Tip- The best time to call in on this road is in winters especially due to its calming effects away from the noisy hustles in the city. One can also stop by the summers but it is when this place is vehemently crowded and gets a lot of foreign tourists as well.
Things to do- You can go out for horse-riding. It is one of the most different hobbies that you can take up. Over and above, hot chai and snacks are served near the Doon Valley’s circumference. If you are planning to go with your special someone, then you can also be the guest of romantic sunsets and sunrise, which is a treat to eyes.
Entry Fee- Free