Your Delhi to Mussoorie Rishikesh tour starts from Delhi and finishes with a thrilling road ride to Mussoorie. Only at the
beginning can you fall in love with the excellent vision of the mighty mountain ranges. You will be moved to Mussoorie
and you will have leisure time for the remainder of the first day. Your Mussoorie Rishikesh tour packages the next day
would allow you appreciate Mussoorie’s local attractions such as Kempty drop, Gun hills, George Hill Everest, and
much more. Your children would certainly have a great quality time throughout the fall of Kempty. It is also recognized
that Mussoorie is a fantastic place to select the perfect souvenirs to take home and recall the ride, so don’t forget to
make an appearance on Mall Lane.
In your Mussoorie Rishikesh tour packages, the next one in store for you is a day in Rishikesh. There, local attractions
such as Lakshman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Vashistha Ghat, etc. can be visited. Another destination that has
recently emerged as one of the main tourist destinations in the North is Rishikesh. It is also a spot where, free from the
prying eyes of the universe, you will find some inner solace. Visit a few river banks, track a bumbling stream to its
source, or just drink up the serenity all around you. Your choice is yours. And Rishikesh, after the hustle and bustle of
Delhi, would seem like a refuge for those who want to experience some peace and quiet.
Day 1 : Drive to the Hills
Enjoy the incredible Mussoorie road trip
In the morning, we will launch your Mussoorie journey with a road trip from Delhi to Mussoorie, one of the most wellknown
hill stations in North India. For recreational sports, the remainder of the day would be mine. Overnight stay at the
Day 2 : Sightseeing at Mussoorie
Explore Mussoorie today, which will make you fall for it, as it does for any tourist there.
Today, your Mussoorie tour kit has the hill town’s main attractions in place for you. We’ll finish sightseeing after getting
breakfast. Kempty falls, take a dip in the waterfall and enjoy a jovial time. We’ll start with the most popular charm of the
place. Then travel on to the other popular places of the city-Gun Hill, George Hill Everest, Business Garden, Mall Lane,
Lal Tibba, Civic Garden, etc., specifically built for you to have a nice quality time with your loved ones. Staying at the inn
Lal Tibba means, in the local language, Red Hill. This is said to be Mussoories oldest and most populated site. The place
is renowned for its scenic beauty, courtesy of the friendly sunrise and sunset that spellbound the visitors. Do bring woolen
beans regardless of the month of your stay.
One of the most popular tourist attractions for tourists visiting Mussoorie is Gun Hill. It is Mussoories second-highest
elevation. Do take woollen clothes with you regardless of the time of the month. Views are bound to leave you spellbound
from the top of the Gun Hill peak.
Kempty Falls is said to be one of the most prominent waterfalls in Uttarakhand. The falls are encircled by a high mountain
cliff. Since the waterfalls from a great height, it is believed that this water further divides into 5 different streams. Being
present on the Mussoorie-Dehradun Highway, the Kempty Falls attracts a number of tourists from across the country.
The Mall Road
The Mall road is the central hub of the Mussoorie and is definitely a must visit on your trip to the city. It has a bunch of
places, couple of things and plenty of activities to do when on a vacation to the Mall Road.
Day 3 : Mussoorie to Rishikesh
Take a spiritual change and fall in love with Rishikesh’s religious and historic attractions.
Your family ride from Mussoorie to Rishikesh will resume today. Like Lakshman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Bharat
Mandir, Nilkanth Mahadev, Parmarth Niketan, Gita Bhawan, Vashistha Cave, specially selected for a good family time,
you’ll visit the appealing charms of the region. For a lifetime, this day would definitely make your journey to Mussoorie
unforgettable. The hotel’s overnight stay.
Parmarth Niketan Ashram
Located in the lap of the verdant Himalayas, along the banks of the Ganges, Parmarth Niketan Ashram is one of the most
famous ashrams in Rishikesh. The ashram specializes in the treatment of ancient ayurvedic practice, yoga, meditation
and various other methods of natural healing. In 1942, Pujya Swami Shukdevanandji Maharaj founded the ashram. With
over 1000 rooms, lush gardens, a clean and pure environment, the ashram offers devotees and patients alike a peaceful
and serene refuge.
Gita Bhawan is also situated on the banks of the Ganga River and is adorned by the enchanting beauty of the Himalayas,
which is another spot not to be missed in Rishikesh. Consisting of a large complex, it serves as an institution where, along
with engaging in many religious and cultural activities, a devotee can learn about Hinduism to a large extent.
Rishikesh is like a two-sided coin, on one side it includes activities such as camping in the foothills of the Himalayas, thrilling river rafting in the Ganges, trekking and on the other side it is the most beloved holy place, including Bharat Mandir, located in the center of the city, this sacred temple is thought to be one of the oldest religious sites in the whole
country and one of the most beloved.
The Vashistha Cave, or Vashistha Gufa, is an ancient cave where Sage Vashistha and his wife have been meditating for
centuries. Sage Vashista was the Manas Putra (human son) of Lord Brahma, and one of the Saptarishi, according to
Hindu mythology (great seven sages). A perfect place for peace of mind and positive spiritual energy, the Vashishta Gufa
is located in the middle of the Gular trees and the sacred Ganga River.
One of the famous hanging bridges across the holy river Ganga happens to be Lakshman Jhula. The Jhula is a link
between two important Rishikesh villages. It connects the village of Tapovan in Tehri Garhwal with the village of Jonk in
Ram Jhula is one of the most iconic places in Rishikesh and you must stop by this iconic bridge if you are planning a
pilgrimage to the area, or just visiting for a holiday. It is a suspension bridge, completely made of iron, with a bridge length
of around 450 feet. It was developed by the PWD in the year 1986.
The Triveni Ghat is characterized by the convergence of three great rivers, the Ganges, Yamuna and Saraswati. Triveni
Ghat is the most sacrosanct bathing spot nestled in the lap of the Himalayas and considered the holiest spot in Rishikesh.
Triveni Ghat is inundated with people all year round. It is thought that when one takes a dip in the Ghat, all the sins of the
person are washed away, resulting in a pure soul. Pilgrims from all over the globe visit here to take a dip in the holy waters
to achieve divine redemption. The holy chants, the scent of flowers, the illumination of the earthen lamps and the feeling
of calm will envelop you when you place your eyes on the Ghat.
Day 4 : The day of departure
Launch your journey back to Delhi and appreciate your way through the tremendous views of the mountain ranges. A
wonderful meal awaits you in the morning. On this day, your Mussoorie kit finishes with a road trip back to Delhi after
- Free Wi-Fi
- Transfer from Delhi to Mussoorie and back
- Entry fees at all the sights
- Inter city transfers
- Transfer from Mussoorie to Rishikesh
- Cab : Private
- All applicable taxes
- Additional transfer expenses
- Personal expenses
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions