It tooks us around 5 hours to come back from that place to dehradun where we gave the scooty back and went towards the bus stand to take a bus to Rishikesh but we stood for around 1 hour and no bus came for Rishikesh or Haridwar. The dehradun bus stand was a messy place where no one had clue where to get the bus and to worsen the situation it started raining very heavily and soon we were informed that now there would be no bus for rishikesh or haridwar, It was around 9 p.m. when we finally booked an Ola outstation cab which costs us 1400 bucks to reach rishikesh from dehradun.
I wanted to rest for a day in Rishikesh and meet some of my friends that's why i took Monday's off but you can escape this and take a bus directly from Dehradun to Delhi. After reaching Rishikesh i rested at my friends home and relaxed the other day and took the last bus back to New Delhi and ended this imperfectly perfect weekend getaway of mine.
You might be wondering why i have not shared any pics of Rishikesh but trust me that place requires a separate blog and my next blog will be based on my favourite town in Uttarakhand (Rishikesh). So stay tuned!!!
Bus from New Delhi to Dehradun: Rs. 1200/- (for two people)
Bike rent for 2 days: Rs. 800/- Dhoom Bike Rent (Mob: 8077483654)
Petrol: Rs. 1000/-
Hotel High Hills MLS: Rs 2700/- (including breakfast)
Fooding: Rs. 2000
Bus from Dehradun to New Delhi: 1200 (for two people)
Total Exp: Rs. 8900/- which means around Rs. 4500/- per person if you are from Delhi.
P.S. If you don't have much experience of riding a bike at the mountain areas that to uneven one then please hire a cab instead of bike. It can really be very dangerous.
Note: Some of the pictures attached above have been extracted from the videos and trust me if you really want to see the experience of riding a bike in this route in the monsoon season then you have to look at the videos & not the images. Will add the video link soon or you can ping me personally so that i can send you.
Meanwhile @Tripoto please add the feature where we can add a complete video directly in our blog and not the link from Facebook, You tube etc.
Happy travelling Tripoters!!! Adios Amigos.