The journey begins in the morning by driving by road to Mussoorie, which is an 8-hour trip from Delhi. Day 1 is entirely
provided to visitors for recreational activities. Depending on personal desires, such as temples or adventure sports, one
may visit the locations. The tourism package tour of Uttarakhand begins from Day 2 when the ‘Queen of Hills’ visits
stunning and picturesque locations. The top attractions in Mussoorie to have a quintessential sightseeing experience
are Kempty Drop, Gun Hill, George Hill Everest, Company Garden, Mall Lane, Camel’s Back, Lal Tibba.
After spending a day in Mussoorie, you head to Rishikesh. Rishikesh has much more to offer than action sports and
water games like river rafting, contrary to common opinion. Via the town of Rishikesh, the sacred river Ganges flows
and it is renowned for its numerous shrines and yoga ashrams. Rishikesh is popular for locations such as Lakshman
Jhula, Ram Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Bharat Mandir and Nilkantha Mahadev, among others, situated near the foot of the
Himalayas. This itinerary for the Uttarakhand package covers all the places listed above on Day 3. By covering the
remaining sightseeing sites including Parmarth Niketan, Gita Bhawan and Vashistha Caves, the last day in Rishikesh is
spent. Finally, get moved to your hometown at the airport/railway station, bearing souvenirs, photos and a million ‘Farm
of Gods’ memories.
Day 1 : Mussoorie: Arrival
Enjoy the long 8-hour drive to Mussoorie from Delhi
Get ready in the morning to kickstart your Uttarakhand journey with an exciting road trip from Delhi. Arrive and sign
in at the hotel in Mussoorie. Till evening, freshen up and then enjoy the remainder of the day at will. Enjoy a
scrumptious dinner and explore the surrounding town. Enjoy the night at your hotel.
Day 2 : Mussoorie: Sightseeing
Full-day sightseeing at major tourist attractions
Kickstart the first day of your itinerary for the Uttarakhand tour with a wholesome breakfast and set out to see the city’s
main tourist spots. First of all, the spectacular Kempty Falls are the most popular tourist spot. There are also visits to
locations such as Gun hill, George Hill Everest, Business Garden, Mall Lane, Camel’s Back, Lal Tibba, Municipal Garden,
etc. At night, come back to the hotel and enjoy your quiet sleep.
Camels Back Road
Camels Back Road is one of the most visit locations in Mussoorie. A peaceful and calm walk in the lap of nature will
assure absolute peace and calmness. It is a 3 km long road and is called the Camel Back Road because of the presence
of the natural layout of the rocks that are in the shape of the camel humps.
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.
George Everests House
The House of George Everest is situated on Mall Road and has long been the home of Sir George Everest, the very
famous Welsh surveyor and geographer. The geographerust couldnt remain untouched by Mussoories scenic beauty
and was therefore planning to live here for thirty years.
Day 3 : RIshikesh: Arrival
Go to Rishikesh to enjoy the different tourist spots
Goodbye to Mussoorie and continue to witness captivating temples and never stopping adventure spots in another big city
of Uttarakhand to enjoy your 3rd day of your uttarakhand journey. In Rishikesh, such as Lakshman Jhula, Ram Jhula,
Triveni Ghat, Bharat Mandir and Nilkantha Mahadev, there are a variety of religious places. The foregoing areas are
visited regularly by an influx of visitors. Until evening, appreciate the views of these architectural wonders, then come back
to your hotel. Enjoy your stay overnight.
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.
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 : Sightseeing and departure
Just another day to witness Rishikesh’s archaeological wonders!
Visit some more lovely and wonderful places in Rishikesh, such as Parmarth Niketan, on Day 4 of your Uttarakhand
journey, a quiet ashram located in the lap of the Himalayas and Vashishta Cave that is visited for worship and deep
meditation by visitors all over the world. There are also trips to other big cities. After that, get moved for departure to the
Airport/Railway Station and say goodbye to India’s multi-colored state.
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.
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- Breakfast and Dinner
- Airport/Railway Station Transfer
- Accommodation: Single
- Accommodation: Triple
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