As you arrive in Delhi, meet our tour representative who helps you with an assisted road transfer to Haridwar.
On the way, stop for lunch. Upon reaching Haridwar, complete the check-in formalities at the hotel.
Freshen-up and get ready for exploring this holy city on the banks of River Ganga. Visit the very popular Ganga ghat, Har-ki-paudi.
The evening is scheduled for the remarkable Ganga aarti, the river worshipping ceremony. While holy chants are played in the background,
admire the wonderful sight of lighted lamps that falls into the flowing water of the river. Back to the hotel for dinner.
Stay overnight in Haridwar.
Check out in the morning and drive to Rishikesh. After checking in at the hotel, proceed for sightseeing of Rishikesh. Visit Ram Jhula, Laxman Jhula and Bharat Mandir.
In the morning today, check out and drive towards Mussoorie. Check in to the hotel and get some rest before proceeding for sightseeing. Head to the famous, 3 km long Camel Back Road, where you can view the mighty Himalayas in the morning and go for nature walks. Proceed to the Gun Hill, which is Mussoorie's second highest peak (400 ft above sea level), and capture picturesque views of the Doon Valley and Himalayan Range. Lastly, get to the Mall Road for awe-inspiring views of the Doon Valley and an amazing shopping experience.
Wake up to a cool, misty morning and enjoy a relishing breakfast. At first, visit the stunning Kempty Falls that gushes down from a height of about 40 ft. It is a splendid sight to see and perfect for taking a dip in the water or doing some fishing. Furthermore, head to one of the most popular attractions in Mussoorie - Lake Mist and behold the emerald waters amidst lush forest views. Visit the popular Tibetian Buddhist Temple/Happy Valley, which is home to around 5000 Tibetians and a major worship site. Then head to the Company Garden, which is a popular picnic spot housing a lake, an amusement park and beautiful, colorful flora.
Enjoy a lovely breakfast and check out from the hotel. Proceed to the airport/railway station and bid goodbye to this paradise on earth.