Enhance your pleasure within the serene natural sorroundings.
Augment your leisure manifold by choosing to stay within serene natural surroundings of the Mountain Quail.Being part of the erstwhile notified forest Srinagar estate this area's natural bounties remained unexploited till date.This sub Himalayan region is home to the rich Himalayan Flora and fauna.
Its very special fauna consists of exotic bird species like sun birds,magpie,black bulbul,barbet,rockthrush, jungle fowls and barking deers.The Flora has number of wild flowers like Irises, primulas,lilies,camomile and the rhododendron. On a sunny morning the canopy of the Oak forest shines brilliantly with the sun rays falling on the leaves.It is a majestic site one can enjoy.
There are myriads of opportunities to explore the Flora ,Fauna and do bird watching along the jungle trails existing in the area.TMQ also provide you a launching pad/culminating point to various popular Himalayan treks such as Nag Tibba,Har ki dun, Kedar Katha , Dayara Bugyal.On a weekend trip one can combine leisure with a small trek to Benog Hill, Bhilaru.
We provide special 15% concession to Trekkers on direct booking to promote awareness of Himalayas.
In the local language, Lal Tibba means the Red Hill. This is said to be the oldest and the most populated place in Mussoorie. The place is known for its scenic beauty courtesy the pleasant sunrise and sunset that leave the visitors spell bound. Do carry woolens irrespective of the month of the visit.
A small and laid-back town, Dhanaulti is by no means a ‘popular’ weekend getaway attraction near to Mussoorie. Many people just stop by the town for a quick break and head on towards the fancier destinations. The town is nestled in the green Garhwal Himalayas and has amazing landscapes that you can look upon for hours without any fail while listening to distant bird sounds.
It is Located about 7 km from Mussoorie and lies on the Mussoorie-Dehradun Road. The Bhatta falls is a trekkers' paradise as you’ll have to walk some kms in order to reach the place. After you reach here, there are plenty of things that you can do to recreate yourself in the lush greenery and the beauty of the place. You can even splash in the freshwater of the Bhatta Falls. It has some small eateries where visitors can enjoy the delicious noodles, boiled eggs, soup, tea or coffee.
Mussoorie Lake is the freshly developed tourist spot developed by the City Board. It is an ideal destination or boating or a day out for picnic. This is regarded as the A one lake and is visited by a number of visitors all round the year. There are some shops that sell eateries here..
At a distance of about 2 km from Gandhi chowk is the happy valley also known as “Mini Tibet”. Happy valley is famous for Municipal garden, Tibetan temples, and IAS academy. The area of this lies on the western side of library point. Apart from gardens, estates and temples, tourists can also take a walk to the Kala School from happy valley which leads to hathipaon park estate.
Cloud’s End is a wonderful stretch, which is around 6 km away from Library Road. Visitors can reach this magnificent natural attraction by trekking along the Hathipaon Road from the popular Happy Valley or by car. The path that leads to this mesmerising spot is replete with lush flora. Undeniably, Cloud's End is an excellent place for refreshing walks or spending few moments of repose amidst pristine environs.
The Dalai Hills in Mussoorie is about a 400 meter walk from the Tibetan temple, Shedup Choephelling Temple in the Happy Valley, Mussoorie. Dalai Hills is one amongst the very magnificent and extremely beautiful places located in Mussoorie. It is decorated with the Buddhist Prayer Flags all over and has a statue of Lord Buddha constructed by 20th regional Tibetan youth Congress, Mussoorie to prevent disease, war, conflict and natural disaster that occurred on 13 June
At a distance of 6 km from Library Bus Stand, George Everest's House, also known as Park Estate, is a heritage building located on the edge of a cliff close to the road towards Cloud's End. It is one of the most scenic places in Mussoorie.
Kempty Falls were developed as a tourist destination by a British officer John Mekinan, around 1835. The name Kempty is probably derived from the word 'camp-tea', A stream of water running throughout the year starting from the southwest of village Bungalow ko kandi moves northwest and falls from 4,500 ft.
Mahasu Devta Temple is located on the Tuini-Mori road at Hanol. It is the ancient temple, built in 9th century. The temple is dedicated to Mahasu Devta who is considered to be the sole arbiter, reigning supreme over the innumerable indigenous Indian Gods and Goddesses; and is worshiped by the people of Hanoi and the villages nearby.