The Mystic Mussoorie

At the foothills of Garhwal Himalayas, Mussoorie is known as the gateway to Yamunotri and Gangotri shrines. The best way to experience this picturesque hill station is to indulge in some of the best things to do that include taking a tour around the Mall road comprising a variety of cafes, restaurants, video game parlours and souvenir stores. Apart from several treks and temples, the town has lakes, gardens, waterfalls and a lot more to keep a traveller hooked to its charm while trekking.

There are multiple natural attractions that provide a panoramic view of the Himalayas like the Lal Tibba, which is the highest point in Mussoorie. The adjoining town Landour, which includes a military cantonment is considered a part of 'greater Mussoorie'. Happy Valley is blessed with snow-covered mountains, gardens, mountain streams and temples inciting photographers. Gun Hill, the historical second highest peak of Mussoorie is a favourite place for viewing the picturesque Himalayan range and the Doon Valley. Quite a popular viewpoint of Mussoorie, Gunpoint is located 400 ft above the mall and is accessible by a cable car. Other points of interests are Lake Mist, Cloud's End, Camel Back Road, Municipal Gardens and a day trip to Dhanaulti.

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Numerous waterfalls in the surrounding areas including Kempty Falls, Jharipani Falls & Bhatta Falls are a major tourist attraction. Other things to do include tours to the Benog Wildlife Sanctuary, Sir George Everest House, Devalsari and the Jwala Devi temple.

Mussoorie is a perfect little getaway amidst the Himalayas! You can explore the mystic essence of Mussoorie whilst your stay at LaRiSa Mountain Resort. The charm of a holiday in a charismatic hill station like Mussoorie will have you returning time and again!