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Mussoorie is the place to be when the hot scorching summer sun hits most other parts of India. Wanderers and nature lovers from India and abroad search for cooler climes and Mussoorie is the quintessential “Queen of Hills”. The mountain seekers clamour for various destinations in the heart of Himalayas. But this one destination is a complete picture of beauty, serenity, waterfalls, seclusion, divine views and pristine hilly ranges. It is place where you can spend a week or more never even realizing that you have been holidaying. You will feel at home with the clouds up above and precipices dipped in soft greenery at your feet. The numerous trekking trails make Mussoorie an ideal destination if you are planning for a memorable leisure holiday in the lap of Himalayas.


Mussoorie is equally alluring and fantastic all through the year. While in the intense summers, Mussoorie gives you a chance to breathe the freshness of mountain air and the coolness of the breeze with the serene visuals of the snow-capped mountains over yonder. In the rainy season, Mussoorie gets bathed and exudes the freshness of monsoon showers. The wet warmth that oozes out of the shiny, wet foliage mixes with the senses to make you heady and fall in love with nature and its hills, forests and meadows. In winters, the breath-taking snowy peaks spread a wild magic that mesmerizes mortal souls.


Mussoorie is a favourite hill station of the young and the old. It is located at a distance of around 290 kilometres from the Indian capital which makes it very well accessible. Mussoorie is the heart of attraction of the Dehradun district of Uttarakhand with a scintillating backdrop of Shivalik range of Himalayas and the serene Doon valley. The quaint hill town is situated at an altitude of 7000 feet above sea level and breathes a colonial charm and is steeped in an everlasting beauty. Once the British summer centre, Mussoorie is a popular getaway for honeymooners and families.


Mussoorie tops the chart of 10 most stunning places in Uttarakhand that offer the best Himalayan views. Enjoy the rhythm of clouds and mountain and the melody of breeze and forests. The blissful solitude mixes with the mountain greenery and wooded vales making a soulful experience that lingers and teases, haunts and charms.

Mussoorie: A romantic hill station for Couples

Mussoorie will tease you and leave you unforgettable memories once you tread on it. The mountainous, lush wooded trekking trails are a fantasy of many a romantic. The deep and green wooded alcoves where nature sings merrily and birds chirp with an abandon will keep you glued to the singing songs of vales and meadows. An idyllic stroll in a bright and sunny weather that leads through the meandering mountain trails will transport you to the colonial era with its British reminiscences. Skirt across the neighbourhoods that present a delightful mix of the motley and the exotic - Landour Bazaar, Chaar dukaan, Lal tibba, Gun hill, the Camel Back cemetery and the Mussoorie Library to name a few. Take a tour of the heritage Savoy Hotel to experience the aura of a brilliant historical edifice. Watch in awe the charm of the old houses and estates belonging to the families of colonial descent of old-time Mussoorie.


The primary attraction of Mussoorie lies in the spectacular views of the Himalayas. As you gaze northwards, the unending layers of snow-capped misty mountains leave you spellbound. The magic of the snow-white peaks of Bandarpoonch, Srikantha and Chaukhamba takes your eternal romance with mountains to a different level. The clouds and Himalayas etch some everlasting memories in your mind.


The man-made splendour merges with the variegated colours of the wondrous nature. Mussoorie has a big-time romantic association with the fanciful world of literature connected to the famous author, Ruskin Bond, who lives in Mussoorie. Recently, Mussoorie has been a lot in limelight for its ongoing project of Dehradun-Mussoorie ropeway that will offer stunning views of the Doon Valley and allow enough unbridled adventure for all romantic couples. This ropeway shall be one of the five longest ropeway projects in the globe.


Invigorating mountain freshness and intoxicating views make Mussoorie an ideal destination for romance to sizzle. The lush green meadows, refreshing vales, deep woods, gushing streams and tumbling waterfalls all together make Mussoorie a breath-taking romantic getaway.

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