Ruskin Bond’s enthralling stories revolving around the picturesque peaks of Mussoorie and the silent walk on its streets portrays an image that is no less than a fairytale. Quaint country cottages, the altitude of over 2000ft, colonial heritage, eye-catchy tourists spots and the weather in this place adds flavor to India’s tourism making it visit again and again. With such fascinating and attention seeking places, Mussoorie has to be on your bucket list and to travel here, choosing TicketGoose, India’s leading online bus ticketing portal will be your top-notch idea.
For all those who are unaware of what this place holds, scroll down;
1. Camel Back Road-
It’s named Camel Back Road because of its ridge-shaped in the way of camel’s back that is just 3km from “The Mall”, Mussoorie. It is actually a long walk starting right from the Library Point to the Kulri Bazaar where one can also witness the beautiful sunrise and sunset. There are food stalls along this way and horse riding and autorickshaws are also available if you feel you tired and cannot walk further. Above all these, the highlighting point here is the fog covered look that just takes you back.
2. Gun Hill-
If you want to view the vivid and scenic views of the Himalayas and the Doon Valley, bet this place will be the best spot as it is the second largest hill of Mussoorie. This place is easily accessible by cabs.
3. Jwala Devi Temple-
Dedicated to Goddess Durga, Jwala Devi Temple is one of the famous temples of Mussoorie that is mostly known as Jwala Ji Temple situated atop the Binog Hill at an altitude of 2000m. If you love trekking then you can trek to this place from Clouds End Mussoorie that’s just 2kms.
4. Company Garden-
Located at a distance of 3km from The Mall, this place is also called as Municipal Garden that is one of the most attractive tourist’s spots in Mussoorie. Here you can find beautiful varieties of flowers, a small lake, waterfall and rides for kids to enjoy. Paddled boating facility is also available here.
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