Mussoorie "Queen of Hills"

Mussoorie is one of the nation's most well-known hill resorts. Two young boys named Captain Young and Mr. Shor found the hill station in the late 1820s.

Jwala Devi Temple, sometimes referred to as "Jwala Ji Temple," serves as a place of worship for worshippers of Goddess Durga.

Jawala Ji Temple

Mussoorie is well known for beautiful Kempty Fall surrounded by high mountain cliffs. A tiny pond at the base of the Falls provides an opportunity to cool down in the chilly water.

Kempty Fall

A favourite location for watching the dawn and dusk is a natural rock formation fashioned like a camel's back

Camel's Back

Landour is a little village hidden behind a thick forest of Deodar trees. Surprisingly, Landour continues to be eccentric, serene, undiscovered, and unspoiled.

Landour Village

Lal Tibba is the highest peak & well-known location in Mussoorie that has not been exploited

Lal Tibba

Dalai Hill is a wonderful location with a statue of Lord Buddha. From the Tibetan temple at Happy Valley, it is a 400-meter trek to Dalai Hills.

Dalai Hill

Bhatta Fall

Bhatta Falls is a newly constructed picnic area in Mussoorie. Bhatta Falls features a natural stream of water pouring down the hills and is still free of commercialization.

Mussoorie Lake

Mussoorie Lake is a newly constructed tourist destination. The Mussoorie Lake is the ideal location for a picnic and boating trip.