Diplomatic Trip to ‘Queen of Hills’ Mussoorie

Travel Dates- 23rd Dec- 26th Dec'22 (Friday-Monday) Price- Rs. 25,000 Per Person

Sprawling Himalayan ranges, cascading waterfalls, and sunset points like no other, Mussoorie is called the ‘Queen of Hills’. This mesmerizing hill station lies in Uttarakhand and is one of the top hill stations to visit in India. Distance- New Delhi- Mussoorie -290 Kms. It approximately takes 6-7 hours by road. Mussoorie is at an average altitude of 2,005 meters (6,578 ft).


  • Meals- breakfast and dinner included.
  • Hotel stay- Dunsvirk Court or Similar- Dunsvirk Court is a Luxury boutique hotel that sits on the top of the hill in Mussoorie and boasts spectacular views of the surrounding valley.
  • The stay will be on a double/twin-sharing basis. You can be with your family/friends or Solo.
  • Sight Seeing- Conveyance will be provided.


  • Lunch is not included
  • Alcohol- you can bring your own.
  • Ticket and other expenditures will be your own.
  • Shopping
  • Tipping

Must Carry

  • Woolen jacket/ sweater.
  • Comfortable sports shoes.
  • Your personal medicines.
  • Umbrella – as the weather here can’t be predicted.

Day-wise Itinerary

Day 1- Arrival in Mussoorie. We will visit Gun Hill (Trolly) and shop at Mall road today (dinner included).

Day 2- Visit Camel’s Back road and Kempty Falls. (breakfast and dinner included).

Day 3- Explore Landour and Dhanaulti. (breakfast and dinner included).

Day 4- Post breakfast we will depart for New Delhi (breakfast included).

Day 1 – Arrival in Mussoorie 

Breakfast- on your own, on the way.

We will start early morning from New Delhi to Mussoorie. Once you arrive at Mussoorie, check into your hotel. After relaxing and freshening up, we will step out for lunch followed by a visit to Gun Hill (Trolly) and explore Mall Road for shopping.

Dinner- in the Hotel.

Day 2- Visit Camel’s Back road and Kempty Falls.

(Breakfast and dinner included). 

Camel’s Back road – We will start early to view the beauty of this mesmerizing place. This will be an easy trek of 2.5 kms. Camel’s Back road is a long road that is lined by natural rocks resembling the shape of a camel’s hump. We will come across a 180-year-old British cemetery on Camel’s Back Road.

Given that Mussoorie is one of the most scenic hill stations, you can look forward to mesmerizing views of the Himalayan ranges and beautiful birds from here.

 Kempty Falls – It is precisely located at a height of 4500 feet amidst mountain cliffs and is the perfect place to head out for a picnic. You can also go for a swim at the bottom of the falls to enjoy a refreshing experience.

Day 3- Explore Landour.

If time permits we can also visit Dhanaulti. 

(Breakfast and dinner included).

We will have an early start today as it will be a long day. We will be heading to the scenic heaven of Landour and Dhanaulti.


Landour is a small cantonment town contiguous with Mussoorie. It is home to a well-known British Raj-era hill station in northern India. This place is famous for Himalayan oak, chirr pine, blue pine, West Himalayan fir, rhododendron, and other Himalayan Trees. Landour is very famous for its colonial-style architecture and high-altitude points that give travellers a delightful view of the Himalayas of Uttarakhand.

Landour Infinity Walk- Take a walk through Landour, a quiet community perched on a hill overlooking Mussoorie. We will go for a trek in this tiny cantonment strolling past old buildings and thickly forested areas.

Lal Tibba- Lal Tibba is the highest peak’s topmost point and the most famous place in Mussoorie. Popular among tourists and travellers for viewing long trails of major mountain peaks as well as romantic sunset and sunrise, Lal Tibba is located at Depot Hill in Landour. (this will come on the way during the Infinity walk).

Bond With The Bond- We will show you the house of Ruskin Bond. We will also try to meet with the legend, Ruskin Bond—a popular author and one of the oldest residents of Landour—while walking the byways of Landour.

Char Dukan Area- Char Dukan is a row of four historic shops in Landour, near Sister’s Bazaar. It is nestled away from the hustle bustle of tourists. Famous for chai, and small bites.

Kellogg’s Church- Built in 1903, Kellogg’s Church exhibits marvellous gothic architecture with magnificent stained glass windows. The church is named after Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Kellogg, who ran the Landour Language School where the British were taught Hindi. This church is one of the best places to Landour and you must pay a visit here!

Day 4- Departure

Post breakfast we will bid goodbye to Mussoorie and start our journey back to New Delhi.