Mussoorie, in Dehradun district of Uttarakhand, is a popular hill station, which is among the most visited spots in India as well. Fondly referred to as the 'Queen of hills' in India, this scenic town appears a "Paradise on Earth" for its lush green forests, soaring mountains, vistas of   snow-capped hilly ranges and unsoiled sights of the Doon Valley and Shivalik ranges.

Mussoorie invites tourists from across the globe for its salubrious weather amid breathtaking valleys and let one feel being in the "lap of nature". If tourists can shop around in the Mall area, then the Kulri Bazaar promises a while package with eateries, cinemas, church etc. If the Company Bagh is ideal for boating and picnicking with family, then the Camel's Back Road would be calm personified with scenic delights.

Tourist attractions in Mussoorie include the Library Bazaar, the scenic Gun Hill, Methodist Church, Christ Church and the Lake Mist. If the Mussoorie Lake is perfect for picnic and Sir George Everest House, for vistas of hills, then the Cloud End Resort would take you towards calmness. Other notable places worth visiting here include Van Chetna Kendra and Benog Mountain Quail Sanctuary.