Mussoorie Tour Itinerary
Day 01 | Delhi –Mussoorie (280 km, 5Hrs)
On arrival at Delhi Airport/Railway Station you will meet our representative who will take you to Mussoorie. Welcome drink on arrival at Mussoorie and check in to your Hotel. Evening is free to relax. Take your dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 02 | Mussoorie- Local Sightseeing
Post breakfast visit the Mussoorie Lake, Kempty Fall, Gun Hill, Car Cable Ride etc. Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel in Mussoorie.
Day 03 | Mussoorie – Rishikesh – Haridwar (75 km, 2 Hrs)
After your breakfast you will be taken to Haridwar. On the way visit Rishikesh attractions like Triveni Ghat, Ram Jhula, Geeta Bhavan, Laxman Jhula, Nil Kanth, Tera Manjil Temple etc. Overnight Stay and dinner at Hotel.
Day 04 | Haridwar- Local Sightseeing
Finish your breakfast and get ready to visit attractions of Haridwar like: Mansa Devi Temple, Har Ki Pauri, Chandi Devi Temple, Bharat Mata Mandir, Maya Devi Temple, Daksheswar Mahadev Temple, Kankhal. Dinner & overnight at Hotel in Haridwar.
Day 05 | Haridwar – Delhi Transfer (4Hrs, 215 km)
Post breakfast get ready to transfer to Delhi it will be around 4 hours journey of 215KMs. You will be dropped at Delhi airport or railway station. We wish that you had a memorable tour with long lasting memories and hope to organize soon your next tour.
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How to Reach?
The Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the nearest airport to the state, and it is well connected to Delhi with regular flights. The state can also be reached via the domestic airport at Pantnagar in the Kumaon region but you have to check whether the airport is operational or not.
The best mode of commuting in the state is by road. There are regular private and state bus services that run through the state. You can also hire a cab/taxi. All the cities and towns in the state are very well connected by roads, in fact a few places can be reached only via roads specially the remote areas. Though the hilly region can have landslides, poor surfaces but one has to adjust the fact as there is no other means of commuting.
Almost the whole state of Uttarakhand is on a hilly region, so there is only a few major cities with railway stations. Dehradun, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Nainital and two three more cities have railway stations. These stations are very well connected to the neighbouring states and to major cities of the country but not all.