Mussoorie is known as The Queen of Hills and is well-known as The Holy Abode of God, as well as our tours for you. Mussoorie and Rishikesh On the one hand, we enable you to enjoy the gushing sights of the Kempty Falls, Lal Tibba Hill and well maintained Mussoorie Botanic Gardens. Mussoorie has a fairly typical subtropical highland climate (Köppen Cwb) for the mid-altitude Himalaya. Summers are warm and very wet, with July and August averaging approximately 660 millimetres (26 in) of rain per month due to orographic lift of the extremely moist monsoonal air. The pre-monsoon seasons in April and May is warm to very warm and generally dry and clear, giving way to heavy rainfall from mid-June, while the post-monsoon season is also dry and clear but substantially cooler. In winter, rainfall is a little more frequent than in the pre-and post-monsoon seasons, and the general weather cool and partly cloudy. Mussoorie usually receives a few spells of snowfall in December, January and February, although the number of snowy days has come down in recent years due to a combination of local and global factors, such as deforestation, construction activity and global warming. Between October to February the town shows the rare "winterline" phenomenon.
Rishikesh is a city in India’s northern state of Uttarakhand, in the Himalayan foothills beside the Ganges River. The river is considered holy, and the city is renowned as a center for studying yoga and meditation. Temples and ashrams (centers for spiritual studies) line the eastern bank around Swarg Ashram, a traffic-free, alcohol-free and vegetarian enclave upstream from Rishikesh town.
DELHI - MUSSOORIE - RISHIKESH - DELHI
3 Nights & 4 Days
DAY 1:- Delhi – Mussoorie
Drive into Mussoorie in the morning, check-in at a hotel that is pre-booked. Rest of the day at the hotel free of charge for a pleasure stay.
DAY 2:- Mussoorie
Morning after the breakfast, we will take you on a full day Mussoorie sightseeing tour, including Lal Tibba – Mussoorie’s highest point, in the Landour region. Oldest inhabited place in Mussoorie. Gun Hill – Mussoorie’s second highest point with a view of the Himalayas. Municipal Gardens-Mussoorie’s Botanical Gardens are also known for their artificial lake, which is a perfect picnic area for boating. The most interesting and the largest waterfall is Kempty Falls, 15 km from Mussoorie, on Yamunotri Road. Camel’s Back Road – This location provides a picturesque view of the sunset and the life of a camel. Municipal Garden – Artificially designed lake, with boating facilities, is a perfect picnic place. Overnight stay at Mussoorie.
DAY 3:- Mussoorie-Rishikesh
Check in at the pre booked hotel at arrival morning after breakfast drive to Rishikesh. We will bring you later to the sightseeing tour of Rishikesh including Muni ki Reti, Swargashram and other important temples at parmarth Niketan. Overnight stay at hotel.
DAY 4:- Rishikesh – Delhi
Travel to Bharat Mata, Mandir, Temple of Vashino Devi and Temples of Mansa Devi in the morning after breakfast to Delhi en route. Drive to Delhi , arrive Delhi by evening.
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