North Indian Honeymoon Locations – Part 4

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If you are planning a honeymoon or a special getaway with your sweetheart, Mussoorie is one of the most romantic places in India. Situated in the heartland of Uttrakhand it throbs its way into people’s inner sanctums, romancing them, making them love it. It’s a lovely place for you to explore and visit. Whether you eat a dinner for two atop the eateries here, or savour the genuine freshly baked cakes, you can have an amazing time anywhere you go around this romantic place.

Located 35 kilometres from Dehradun, “The Queen Of HillsMussoorie is a picturesque hill station in the Indian state of Uttrakhand. The hill station is located at the foothills of the Garhawl Himalayan ranges. The place is also known as the gateway to the “Gangotri and “Yamunotri” shrines. The best time to visit the place is between mid-March to mid-November as the rains during monsoons and cold during the winters make it pretty inaccessible.

Kempty Falls

The Kempty falls is one of the popular tourist places of Mussoorie. It is a beautiful waterfall surrounded by high mountain ranges and is situated at an altitude of approximately 1,364 meters above sea level. It is a wonderful place to just sit and listen to the sound of the water which falls on the rocky bed of the water below among the lush green vicinity.


Lal Tibba

Lal Tibba, the highest point in Mussoorie is situated in Landour area, which is the oldest populated place in the destination. It is the highest peak in Mussoorie and provides some amazing and mesmerising views of the mountains that house the holy shrines of Kedarnath and Badrinath.The beautiful views of sunrise and sunset can also be seen by travellers visiting Lal Tibba.

Lal Tibba's Mountain View

Happy Valley

The centre of the Tibetan settlement in Mussoorie, happy valley is situated at a short distance from the mall road. This is the place where Tibetans first arrived in India when they fled from Lhasa in 1959, led by their spiritual leader Dalai Lama before he moved to Dharamshala. The place is lined with oaks and deodars and has several small hotels and cafeterias and as you walk further into the town, you will get to experience calm like no other.

Gun Hill

The second highest point in Mussoorie, the place’s name is derived from the event of firing cannon from this place to tell what time is it to the people during the British colonization hence giving it the name ‘Gun Hill’. It offers some majestic views of the surroundings. Gun Hill can be easily reached by taking a ropeway ride, which is operated frequently. But if you are into trekking you can also cover a path from The Mall to reach the location by foot.

Gun Hill

Christ Church

Christ church was built in 1836 and is considered to be the oldest churches in the Himalayan ranges by the British during the British colonization in India. Possessing Gothic design and architectural styles, the stained glass windows in the Church represent the events in the life of Jesus Christ. The walls and interiors of the church are beautifully decorated.

The Mall

Also famously known as the mall road, it is a total shopper’s delight with everything in the same location. The Mall is like the lifeline of Mussoorie with almost everything located on this very stretch. Be it attractions, hotels, restaurants, shops – The Mall houses them all. The Mall is one of the prominent shopping locations situated at the centre of the destination. Dotted with benches and lampposts lined up at the sides of roads, the Mall offers architectural styles of colonial period.

View from Mall Road


A six day trip in Mussoorie will cost you around INR 20000. Visit the following sites for more information




Mussoorie Tourism

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