Places to visit in Mussoorie and things to do in Mussoorie. Having a refreshing cup of tea and sizzling hot Maggie after an hour ride from Dehradoon to the hills is a must-have. So, in this blog, I will help you with everything that you need to know about it, like Places to visit in Mussoorie and things to do in Mussoorie. Mussoorie is a hill station in Uttarakhand,34km away from Dehradun.It is situated in the foothills of Garhwal Himalayan range, surrounded by snow-capped mountains and Shivalik ranges which makes the view breath-taking altogether.
I have been to Mussoorie so many times that I think I’ll be a good guide to you. Well, Mussoorie is a place that you can travel in a short budget easily. It is recommended for solo travelers and all other kinds of travelers too. So, let us get started with it. Places to visit in Mussoorie.
Before reading this blog you may also check my other two blogs on Bir that would help you know about Bir (click here) and Guide you on where to stay and eat (click here).In this blog, I am going to be guiding you about Paragliding and camping in Bir and also about Trekks to do in Bir that is a must-visit–
Paragliding and camping in Bir season-
You can camp at Bir during any season as there isn’t much snowfall in Birr and the valley remains as serene as it could in all the seasons. Every season has its own beauty to be experienced. In wintertime, you can experience making a snowman, play snow-fight with your friends, or even might be your first snow. The valley remains snow-covered in winters making it look like a winter wonderland. In summers, the valley remains green and the majestic Himalayas put a contrast in the green paddy fields of Birr making it look more relaxing. So, camping here in both seasons is a good choice.
There are many options for you to stay in Bir, hostels, hotels, camps. You name it, they have it. There are not a lot of them but are indeed in a range of options. If you are traveling in budget then hostels and camps are a better option for you. If you are on an average budget then hotels are a good option for you and if there is nothing like a tight budget in your case then I have an option for you too. We have a recommendation for everyone out there, be it a solo traveler, family, couple or an adventure seeker. There is a list of places to stay in Bir mentioned below in an order of low to high budget. Keep scrolling and decide accordingly.
Bir-billing is a small village in the state of Himachal in India. It is located in the west of Joginder Nagar Valley in Kangra district in the Baijnath region, surrounded by the majestic Himalayas. Bir is said to be the world’s second-highest paragliding site and highest in Asia. This little heaven is home to many long and small divine treks and Tibetan monasteries. So, in this blog I am going to guide you on things to do and places to visit in Bir.
Stationed around 25 km from Kasol, at 9700 ft is the magical land of Kheerganga where Lord Shiva meditated for thousands of years. It is the end of Parvati valley and is the last inhabited village. The trek to Kheerganga begins from Barshaini (12 km, Good for intermediate level trekkers, 5-6 hours). The trek takes you through some of the most astounding scenery of the Parvati valley, forests of coniferous trees, and waterfalls that certainly leaves you awestruck. The sight that awaits at the end of the trek is the presence of the Parvati Kund, a natural hot spring, a rare combination of hot spring water where everything is covered by snow.
The most asked question on my Instagram (@travelocorn) and also the most complicated one because it’s easier to read but hard to implement. Most of us like to travel but the main problem occurs when we think about funding them. So, I thought to share a few of my tips and tricks with you on how I manage to save for my trips and travel more. I will be sharing what works for me according to my priorities and preferences, for you things might work a bit differently but I am sure that if you read by the end of this blog, you will have an idea on how you can save according to what works for.
I had no idea that I will be landing in Amritsar that evening. It was 6 in the morning and I had just landed in Dharamshala when a friend of mine (local of Dharamshala) asked me to tag along to Amritsar and without even thinking over it much, I said yes. The next moment when I came back to my senses from the excitement of being in a different state altogether, I realized that I was already in the bus on my way to Amritsar.