Mussoorie is one of the most beautiful hill stations not only in Uttarakhand, but the whole of India. It is named after Mansoor, a shrub which is indigenous to this area. Popularly known as the ‘Queen of hills’ in India, the place seems like a ‘virtual paradise’ on earth. Lush green forests and lofty mountains adorn the scenic town. With a panoramic view of snow-capped mountain ranges in the north-east, and sparkling views of the Doon Valley and Shivalik ranges in the south, the hill resort offers its visitors real scenic delights.

With cascading waterfalls, lush green forests, mystic Himalayas, grassy slopes and awe-inspiring valleys, Mussoorie offers its visitor the real experience of being in the lap of nature. The city’s raw and unhampered beauty has a majestic aura about it. It seems as if nature has blessed this city with everything required for becoming a visitor’s paradise. A summer tour to Mussoorie will indeed be an enchanting.


March – June , October – early December


Air: Nearest airport is Jolly Grand, 60 kms.

Rail:  Nearest railhead is Dehradun, 35 kms

How To Reach –

Delhi – Ghaziabad – Modinagar – Meerat – Muzaffarnagar – Roorkee – Saharanpur – Dehradun – Mussoorie

Distance Chart:

Delhi:          295 Kms.

Kathgodam: 280 Kms.

Dhanaulti:   30 Kms.

Yamunotri:  140 Kms.

Rishikesh:   77 Kms.

Places of Tourist Interest: