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iXiGOers Apr 13 2013

Suggest a suitable 1 day itinerary tour for Mussoorie.

Shikha Gautam Apr 13 2013
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From lush flora and fauna to a glorious history, Mussoorie has everything to attract tourists. You will be happy to hear that the number of attractions in Mussoorie are more than anyone can wish for. Destinations like Kempty Falls, Lake Mist, Mussoorie Lake and Jwalaji Temple are just the tip of the iceberg. Have a look at some of them and plan your day accordingly.

Start your day with a nice breakfast- you can either choose the in-house restaurant of your hotel or just step out and make your pick from the umpteen restaurants that adorn the beautiful streets of Mussoorie. Your first place could be Mall Road which can be termed as the lifeline of this scenic hill station. The crowded and bustling stretch is always buzzing with people, locals and tourists alike. It houses several shops that sell a plethora of items, you can find anything and everything here.

In between your excursion tours, don't forget to visit Kalsang, which is one of the most popular restaurants of Mussoorie. Mainly famous for its Chinese preparations, you can enjoy other delicacies at this upscale restaurant on the Mall Road.

Your next stop could be the Christ Church, which is located right on the Mall road. Enveloped in a vintage charm and soothing greenery, it seems to be just out of your drawing book. Built way back in 1836 for the growing British community, the church is said to be the oldest one in the entire Himalayan range. To know more about this place, please check the Christ Church page.

So already explored the Mall Road as well as adjoining areas and looking for other places to visit? Its time to head to Camel's Back Road. A nice place to relish the vast treasure of nature and serene surroundings that the hill station offers. The best way to explore this entire area is on foot and you will love the panoramic views of the Doon valley and other adjoining areas. One side of the road has few shops and restaurants where you can enjoy shopping and eating, respectively. A walk to remember!

Next on your itinerary list could be Lal Tibba, which is the highest point of Mussoorie and it offers majestic views of the mountains which are home to the holy shrines of Badrinath and Kedarnath. The mountains can be seen from the Japanese Telescope placed at the edge of the cliff. If you are looking for some moments in complete solitude and serenity, Lal Tibba is your destination. It also has a old market known as Sister Bazaar though not much of a market you will find a few shops where you can buy souvenirs for family and friends.

Once you are in Mussoorie, make sure you don’t miss visiting the beautiful Company Garden which is located at 3 km from Library road. You will be greeted by lush greenery, cascading waterfall and a happening buzz at this place. You can also enjoy a boat ride in the artificial lake constructed within the garden charging INR 20 to INR 40 per person depending on the boat you choose. Check out the entry fee, timings and address etc at Company Garden page.

In between your sightseeing expeditions, make sure you don't miss out Casa Mia Bakery that has whole world of options for your sweet tooth. It will remind you of the cottage in the fairy tale of Hansel And Gretel made of chocolate, cake and candies. This shop has a wide variety of pastries, cakes, muffins, puddings and frozen drinks which are freshly made. It is located right on the Mall Road. 

Last but not the least, don’t miss the Gun hill Ropeway which starts from the Mall Road. It is a 5 minutes ride from Jhulaghar to Gun Hill with guaranteed fun. From the cable car you can get a bird’s eye view of Mussoorie and the places around, looking like a small fairyland decorated by God with his own hands. To know more about it, visit the ropeway to gun hill page.

Visit these places and bring back a bag full of wonderful memories!

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