Mussoorie - Rishikesh Backpacking Tour

Mussoorie - Rishikesh Backpacking Tour

6 Days / 5 Nights
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Tour TypeHill Station
Activity LevelEasy
Stay Type3-Star Hotel

Mussoorie Rishikesh Tour Package

The captivating state of Himachal, often referred to as the abode of deities, is nestled in the heart of the western Himalayas. It invites you to explore some of its most enchanting towns, such as Shimla and Manali, while reveling in the delightful climate, breathtaking landscapes, and the cheerful ambiance, all at your leisure.

Shimla, frequently hailed as the "Queen of Hill Stations," is a realm of majestic peaks, a tranquil atmosphere, and the exuberant lifestyle of its residents. On the other hand, Manali stands as the ideal destination for those in search of both luxury and adventure. Nestled between Shimla and Manali, the charming town of Kullu is celebrated for its awe-inspiring natural beauty, pristine views of snow-draped mountains, and lush surroundings.


The following detailed itinerary provides a day-by-day breakdown of your exciting Mussoorie - Rishikesh Backpacking Tour Backpacking Tour. From your arrival to the moment you return back home, we've outlined your activities and experiences to make the most of your trek. Let's dive into the specifics.

Day 1 : Departure from Delhi to Mussoorie

Day 2 : Mussoorie – Sightseeing

Day 3 : Depart from Mussoorie to Rishikesh

Day 4 : Rishikesh - Haridwar - Rishikesh

Day 5 : Haridwar Sightseeing

Day 6 : Depart to Delhi



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Indulge in the natural allure of Mussoorie and Rishikesh, where scenic landscapes unfold with lush hills, serene rivers, and spiritual sanctuaries. Explore the iconic attractions like Kempty Falls and Gun Hill in Mussoorie, and the revered Lakshman Jhula and Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh, capturing the breathtaking beauty with your lens. Immerse yourself in thrilling outdoor activities and serene nature walks that seamlessly blend adventure with tranquility. Dive into the local ethos through meaningful interactions with the communities, and cherish peaceful moments amid the lap of nature. Craft lasting memories while relishing comfortable accommodations and the insights of experienced guides enriching your journey with local wisdom.


Double / Triple Sharing

Backpackers United

Backpackers experts will accompany the entire trip, and local backpackers will join us along the way.

Transport: AC Pushback Seater Private Vehicle for the entire trip as per the itinerary.
Accommodation: Hotel stays for 5 nights on a sharing basis.
Meals: Daily breakfast at the hotel on Days 2 through 6.
All sightseeing tours as per the itinerary.
Local cultural and natural exploration in Manali, Shimla
Travel Insurance: Any form of travel insurance is usually not included and is suggested for travelers to obtain separately.
Adventure Activities: Costs associated with adventure sports and activities like Zorbing, Skiing, ATV rides, Paragliding, Ziplining, River Rafting, etc., are not included and would be at the participant's own expense.
Personal Expenses: Expenses of personal nature like souvenirs, laundry, drinks, etc., are not included.
Meals Not Mentioned: Any meals not specifically listed in the inclusions.
Entry Fees: Entrance fees to any tourist spots, temples, parks, or other attractions are typically not included unless mentioned.
Additional Transportation: Any additional transportation not included in the set itinerary. This may include local conveyance or deviations from the planned route.
Tips and Gratuities: Tips to drivers or guides are excluded.
Miscellaneous: Any costs arising from unforeseen circumstances like roadblocks, natural calamities, health issues, etc.
Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider layering for varying temperatures) Thermal wear (for layering on cold mornings/evenings).
T-shirts and long-sleeved shirts for layering.
A brimmed hat for sun protection Woolen cap for cold evenings and mornings.
Comfortable trekking boots or shoes.
Rain gear or poncho.
Water bottles or hydration system.
Sunscreen and lip balm with high SPF.
Camera with extra batteries or power bank.
Government-issued ID proof.
Trekking pants and shorts.
Comfortable nightwear.
Gloves (if traveling during colder months or for high-altitude places).
Flip-flops or sandals for casual wear or when at the hotel.
Daypack for shorter excursions.
Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries.
Toiletry kit (toothbrush, toothpaste, biodegradable soap, etc.).
Personal medication and first aid kit.
Portable charger and necessary cables.