Welcome to Mussoorie: a scenic atmosphere containing such majestic traits that people actually refer to it as a “fairyland.” This picturesque town contains various flowers dotting the hillside resorts, with a glimpse of the shimmering snow-covered mountains in the background. Waking up in Mussoorie, you’ll feel as if you’re still dreaming.

The prominent tourist seasons are brimming with excitement, soaking in the culture and full experience of being in such a direct path to exploring India. Mussoorie is known as the “Gateway to the himalayas” conveniently connecting to Delhi and other major cities. You can enjoy a nice day trip and look forward to all the bliss and relaxation Mussoorie has to offer.

The nature surrounding this spellbinding place is unfathomable. Mussoorie has many varying outdoor activities and sights. The beauty of Mussoorie is enchanting and this environment is best suited for a nature walk. “Camel’s Back Road,” known for a mountain outcrop shaped in the form of a camel’s hump is good for a closer view of the nature . Also available to spot out is the Company Garden, holding a collection of enticing plants and flowers. Take a stroll down to Lake Mist, the true gem in the hills of Mussoorie, containing small yet marvelous waterfalls by the river. Escape the bland routine of your every day life by visiting Mussoorie’s spell binding greenery.

Mountaineering, mountain biking, camping, trekking and nature walks are the most popular activities in Mussoorie. The Himalayan Adventure Institute organises treks and other activities like rock climbing, nature camps, and river crossings. In addition, there is:

  • Roller skating : The rink at Kulri Bazaar and Disco Skating Rink near Tourist Office are great places to enjoy skating.

  • Mini Appu Ghar : This place has games and entertainment rides for kids as well as adults.

  • Fishing : With a permit from the Divisional Forest Officer, you can go fishing in the Aglar and Yamuna rivers that are filled with mahaseer and trout.

  • Mountain biking : The road that rises and falls to Dhanaulti past Surkanda Devi Temple is a popular biking route. The landscape is lush green and abounds in pine, oak, apple and pear trees.

  • Horse-riding : Camel’s Back Road and the route to Children’s Lodge are popular places for horse-riding.

  • Photographs : Capture the beautiful views of nature in your camera and don’t forget to click photographs in the Garhwali dress available at most photo studios.