Mussoorie Tour.

General Information

Area :75 sq km..
Altitude :2005 m.


By Air : The nearest airport is Jolly Grant, 24 km from Dehradun city.

By Rail : Nearest railway station is at Dehradun, 34 km. Taxis and buses are available outside the railway station for transit to Mussoorie, there is a Musoorie bus stand near the station.

By Road : Mussoorie is connected to other parts of India with a wide network of road route.

Mussoorie(When to visit)

Mussoorie is a hill station which has pleasant climate around the year. It is a very cool place with greenery at its full bloom during September to November. The best seasons to visit Mussoorie is between April to June and again during September to November. When the plains of North India experience heat waves, Mussoorie provides a welcome break. September - November is spring time here. During this season Himalayas are clearly visible. It is better to avoid monsoons as the roads to Mussoorie are in bad shape. Same thing applies for the winter when roads are blocked due to snowfall

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35 km from Dehradun is Mussoorie, a fascinating hill station commanding a wonderful view of the extensive Himalayan range to the north-east and Doon Valley to the south. Mussoorie called as the "Queen Of Hills", is one of the most popular summer destinations of the northern hills. Mussoorie was discovered by Captain Young, an adventurous military officer in 1827. He was lured by the extraordinary beautiful ridge and laid its foundation.

Bhadraj Temple

Situated on the extreme western region of Mussoorie town, this temple is dedicated to Lord Balbhadra, brother of Shri Krishna. About 15 km from Mussoorie, Bhadraj offers a commanding view of the Doon Valley and Chakrata ranges.




Surkhanda Devi

Situated at an elevation of 3,030 m above sea level near village Kaddukhal, the temple of Surkanda Devi is about 40 km from Mussoorie and 8 km from Dhanolti. Visitors can go up to Kaddu Khal (Devas-thali) by bus or by car from where the temple is about 2 km on foot.


Jwalaji Temple (Benog Hill)

9 km to the west of Mussoorie and at an altitude of 2104 m is the Jwalaji temple. It is situated on the top of the Benog Hill and has an idol of Mata Durga in it. The temple is surrounded by the forests and offers a panoramic view of the Himalayan peaks, Doon valley and Yamuna valley.




Nag Devta Temple

This ancient temple, situated on Cart Road is about 6 km from Mussoorie.



Parkasheshwar Temple

20 km from Mussoorie on Dehradun road. A famous temple of Lord Shiva, is an ideal spot, on the road to Dehradun. It is located in the modest of Hill Valley.