One of the most popular tourist destinations of North India, Mussoorie has one of the busiest tourist scenes in India. There is a reason why the place is called the ‘Queen of the Hill Stations’, and a visit to the hill station town will concrete any doubts you have about the beauty of the place. This article talks about Mussoorie’s tourism prospect and the places to visit during your visit and stay.

Mussoorie

Mussoorie, dubbed the ‘Queen of Hill stations’, is one of the most popular sought after destinations by seasoned and travellers both domestic and international tourists. Its lush green hills makes for a perfect view and adds a serenity to the place. There is no peak seasons in Mussoorie as the summers are pleasant and fairly warm while the winters sees snowfall with snow capped mountains. You can book one of the Mussoorie holiday packages without having to worry about the time of the year you are making the trip because any season you choose, you will have a ball time. Mentioned below are a few spots to visit for a priceless experience.

Mussoorie lake

A decent little lake, which is made by a characteristic waterfall, the Mussoorie lake is situated 5 km away from Mussoorie. The late is a popular picnic spot of many residents and also the visitors. You can go for a swim in the lake or hire a boat and sail along the waters and watch the beautiful passing landscapes. You will also spot a small but beautiful waterfall which originate from this lake.

Lal Tibba

The beautiful viewpoint offering a whole perspective of the whole town, Lal Tibba is the place your friends who have been to Mussoorie were talking about, the high place where they have Japanese telescope to get a better and more detailed view of the entire landscape. This is one of the first places tourists and travelers swarm to during their visit to Mussoorie. It stands at an elevation of 2,290 metres above the sea level and the view is something money cannot buy.

Kempty falls

The Kempty falls are encompassed by high mountain goes and are arranged at an elevation of around 1,364 meters above ocean level. Just quietly sitting near this waterfall and feasting your eyes on the sheer beauty of the waterfall and the sound of the water hitting the rock bed from high up is something you will never tire of listening.

The climate is for the most part brilliant and clear – aside from amid the three months (June to August) of Monsoons.Then fogs envelope the mountain inclines and paints the sky a weak mauve. The areas with lush greens are made up with thick cedar, oak, birch, deodar and rhododendron trees. Mussoorie is also a very popular weekend getaway for people living in cities like New Delhi and other neighbouring cities. Weekend holiday packages are a big sell from people living in these cities.

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