48 Hours in Mussoorie-Where to eat and What to do? The ...
48 Hours in Mussoorie-Where to eat and What to do?
The beautiful Queen of Hills or commonly called as Mussoorie located in the state of Uttarakhand has a lot to offer to the tourists, especially the ones who love to explore nature and are adventurous. Though when someone comes to Mussoorie they don’t feel like leaving this beautiful place. Careful planning is required to fully explore this beautiful part of India. Here’s your guide to explore the best and the top spots of Mussoorie within 48 hours.
Before Setting Off
Being one of the most popular tourist destinations, both national, as well as International, come to Mussoorie throughout the year. Though the winter season is the best to visit(because of snow!)
, but things can be inaccessible during that time so visiting this beautiful place during the summer season can be fruitful as the atmosphere here will be much cooler compared to other cities in India.
What to pack for a 2 days trip in Mussoorie?
As you are traveling to Mussoorie having an ideal compact trolley bag is ideal. Wear comfortable shoes, carry warm comfortable clothes, a backpack(always) and don’t forget to carry an umbrella. Don’t forget to check the weather conditions of Mussoorie and you are good to go.
Are 2 days enough to explore Mussoorie?
Yes, two days trip is enough to explore the top-shot places of this beautiful hill station, yes you will not be able to explore all but you can explore the major attractive places during this time.
How should I approach my budget?
A good travel expert can help you with the details of your budget, contact Aarav Tour and Travel to sort all your problems and define your trip as the best. From accommodation to planning they will do it all for you within your budget.
How to spend two days in Mussoorie?
With so many things to explore, Mussoorie should be a must in your priority list. Walk along the streets of the beautiful Mussoorie Mall road and do not miss the beautiful walk a bit ahead from Mussoorie at Landour. Visiting Char Dukaan in Landour and going for that beautiful picturesque walk is all you need.
Let’s start planning!
Day 1-Where to eat and What to do?
Start your Day 1 by walking on the beautiful Mall road and take a full round starting from Library to the picture palace. This road is certainly the lifeline of Mussoorie! A walk on this road will be really enjoyable and will make you feel the city at your own pace. Also, don’t forget to have breakfast at the famous Lovely omelet wala and if you want the ideal breakfast to choose the cheese omelet which is served with toast and order a chai with it(Amazing! Trust us).
After walking and shopping in Mall road, stop to have cheese Maggi and momos on the way. Little llama cafe located near Picture Palace is the best stop to have your mid-day meals.
Do not forget to go for a cable car ride which is a 5–10-minute ride from Jhulaghat to Gun Hill, 10am-7pm(winter) and 8am-10pm(summers) at just INR 75 only.
Also the Sky bridge, the longest hanging bridge in India 300 ft long made of wire, ropes, and bamboo at INR 300 only.
After doing all of this, Kalsang Restaurant should be your perfect spot for Lunch. Don’t forget to order the delay like the Devils Momos, Chicken Cheese Momos, Thukpa, Shaptak, the Tingmo and all you like! After eating there please leave some space for dessert at The Chick Chocolate the best bakery in town, waffles, cakes, pastries, and doughnut:P forget the Brownie.
After all of this rest for a while and leave for Kempty Falls, Happy Valley, Camel’s Back Road, Gun Hill, Mussoorie Lake, Jwalaji Temple, Lake Mist, you won’t be able to cover all of them but search about these top-shot tourist attractions and choose your spot.
For Dinner, you can go for Street food or Urban Turban and Clock Tower Cafe.
Head back to your hotel by 11 pm and recharge for a fun day ahead!
Day 2 at The Queen of Hills
“The world keeps on changing, but there is always something, somewhere, that remains the same.” — Ruskin Bond
If you are a person who loves silence, view, solitude or time with your company, Landour is your place. Away from the noisy bazaars of Mussoorie, Landour is a 5-kilometer steep drive or walk from Mussoorie. This is a place that should be on top of every Mountain-lovers priority list. This place gives you the feel of the British Raj.
Start your day by visiting Kellogg’s Church and walk till St. Paul’s Church both of them are some marvelous pieces of architecture.
After this, if you are someone who loves reading books drop into Ivy cottage right ahead char Dukan and have a cup of coffee, this is a place where the famous author Ruskin Bond use to write his stories and maybe you’ll be lucky enough to spot him there. Visit Landour bakehouse and have amazing bakery stuff there, this bakery is the most recommended by us.
After this have your breakfast at the beautiful Char Dukan, these are 4 shops at Landour, drop into any one of them and have the perfect breakfast(*we recommend Anil’s cafe), Banana Nutella pancakes, cinnamon waffles, and the delicious pan pizzas and cheese Maggi is our personal recommendations.
After all of this, get set for a Rock climbing, Paragliding or some adventurous treks. Our picks will be the George Everest trek, Dodital trek, Har ki dun trek. Go for adventurous activities like Skywalk, zip line, and zip swings. If you are not visiting Mussoorie during Monsoons you can even go for Rafting. Also, fishing, wildlife Safari at the Benog Sanctuary is a must to go for.
Here are some places to have your lunch and dinner:
1. Kalsang Friends corner
2. The Tavern
3. The Writer’s bar
4. Doma’s Inn
5. Cafe by the way
6. Landour bakehouse
7.The Charleville Book Cafe
9.Casa Mia Bakery
10.Ready to eat mom’s Kitchen
Here are some handpicked destinations and eating places for you. We hope to see you in Mussoorie soon. Contact the best trip creator Aarav Tour and Travels to guide you and find you the perfect holiday package.
So that’s it from us on ‘where to eat and what to do’ in Mussoorie.