Day 01|Arrive: Delhi, Rishikesh
After breakfast, you will Drive to Rishikesh en route visit Rishikesh (Triveni Ghat, Ram Jhula, Laxman Jhula, Rishikund, Bharat Mandir and nearby places) reach their check into your pre-booked hotel gets fresh and the rest. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Rishikesh is a small town in the northern state of Uttarakhand in India. Scenically located where the Ganges River comes down from the Himalayas, Rishikesh catapulted to Western fame when the Beatles dropped by for a visit to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram (now closed), and the town is still known as the World Capital of Yoga.
Day 02| Rishikesh to MUSSOORIE
After breakfast, you will drive to full day sightseeing visit, Dhanaulti, Surkanda Devi, evening back to the Hotel. Overnight at the hotel
Mussoorie, a paradise, which has the mountains surrounded by natural splashes of greenery, is blessed with tranquility. Also known as Queen of hill stations, it has the famous Kulri Bazaar in the center, Lal Tibba, Surkhanda Devi and Dhanoulti. The Municipal garden is an excellent picnic spot. And when you visit Kempty waterfalls, you would hear the waterfalls thundering down in froth making you forget the world and soak yourself in the musical notes. At Mussoorie Lake, you are greeted with a beautiful view of Doon Valley and nearby villages.
Day 03 | Mussoorie
After breakfast you will drive to full day sightseeing visit, Camel's Back Road, Surkanda Devi and empty fall and Bhatta fall, evening back to the Hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 04| Dehradhun Sightseeing
The 600-meter long river cave (Robber's Cave) is known by the locals as Gucchupani. The cave is divided into two main parts with its highest fall being 10 meters long. The place is known for its unique natural phenomenon known as the disappearing stream. The place was believed to be used by the robbers to hide during the British Raj hence owing to its name.
Founded in 1965, The Mindrolling Monastery houses the Ngagyur Nyingma College, which is one of the largest Buddhist learning centers in India. The monastery is a re-established facility of the original Mindrolling Monastery and was established by Khochhen Rinpoche. The well maintained gardens and a 60-meter high setup and contains various rooms which are decorated with murals and house various relics and a 35-meter high statue of Lord Buddha in Gold.
The name Sahastradhara literally means ‘The Thousand Fold Spring’ is a popular tourist destination in Dehradun. It comprised of waterfalls, caves and steppe farming lands and provides a totally marvelous and rejuvenating experience to its visitors. The name is due to the water that drips from the limestone stalactites in the caves and its waterfalls.
After breakfast, you will be driven for local sightseeing; you can visit Gun Hill Point, Bhatta Fall, Kempty fall & Mall Road. Delhi