Dehradun Mussoorie in Indian States of Uttaranchal, like other hill resorts in India, came into existence in the 1820s or thereabouts, when the families of British colonials began making for the hills in order to escape the scorching heat of the plains. Small settlements grew into large stations and were soon vying with each other for the title of "queen of the hills." Mussoorie's name derives from the Mansur shrub (Cororiana nepalensis), common in the Himalayan foothills; but many of the house names derive from the native places of those who first built and lived in them.
Jwala Devi Trek Short Brief Itinerary
Day 01: Rishikesh - Dehradun - Mussoorie (40/35 kms/1 hrs)
Day 02: Jawla Devi Trek (6 kms Trek)
Day 03: Bhadraj Temple Trek ( 12 kms Trek )
Day 04: Kempty Fall Trek- Mussoorie - Rishikesh
After breakfast 40kms drive to Dehradun Local Sightseeing & Temples.Then 35 kms drive to Mussoorie with packed lunch. On the way visit Malsi deer park, Mussoorie sight seeing.After noon. Dinner and overnight stay in Camp or Hotel.
After breakfast drive & 6 kms Trek to Jwala Devi with packed lunch from Jwala Devi view of Himalayan peaks, Yamuna river and Mussoorie valley. In the afternoon trek back to Camp/Hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in camp or Hotel.
Early morning we will go for 12 kms trek to Bhadraj temple with packed lunch. From Bhadraj temple view of Himalayan peaks, Shivalik ranges, Doon valley, Dakpather and Asan Barrage. In the afternoon 12 kms Trek back to George Everest camp or Hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in camp/hotel.
After breakfast 8 kms trek to Kempty Fall with packed lunch. After having bath in Kempty Fall drive back to Mussoorie and then drive to Dehradun 50 kms. Sightseeing & Temples. and then drive to Rishikesh 45/60 kms. Arrival at Rishikes tour end.
1. Accommodation (Camping)(Hotel & Guest House.
2. Meals while on trek (Veg.)
3. Transport from Rishikesh / Dehradun & Return.
4. Trekking and forest permits
5. Trek equipment (Tent, sleeping bag, mattress, kitchen & dining tent, toilet tent and utensils)
6. First aid medical kits
7. Mountaineering qualified trek leader and support staff.
1. Meals during the transit.
2. Any personal expenses.
3. Anything not specifically mention under the head.
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