Exposed by Captain Yung in 18th century, Mussoorie was once Summer Escape for British. Today this charming hill station has added in Indian Tourism. The hill station situated in Garhwal Hills in Himalayan ranges overlooks Doon valley. Located over 7000mtrs above sea level, Mussoorie is the cynosure of Uttarakhand tourism.
The Hill station is popularly known as âQueen of the Hillsâ and was exposed in 1823. It is popular touristsâ destination for domestic journeyers as well as for international ones. Contemporary, the Queen hill is club of serene beauty with intrepid activities and spirituality & yoga. This freezing destination, at times, is bucolic for honeymooners and couples to explore romance in pacific environ of the hill station. It is also ideal for adventure geeks as it hosts myriads of thrilling activities such as Night Safari, Paragliding, Skiing, Skating and many more. Tourists seeking for peace of mind and placid moments in midst of heavenly environ, can plan their time in the breathtaking destination.
Historically, this beautiful piece of land was disclosed by Caption Yung in 1823. Though the official Summer Capital was Shimla, British found this place equally peaceful and placid for summer recreation. The name of the impressive destination is derived from shrub grown in the region named âmansoorâ.