A 183 kilometers of trip bought together in one day. It was a heavy package full of adventures. Foothills of himalayas,the queen of hills, mussoorie treats everyone well.
Pleasent weather, beautiful sunshine and chilling corners, that is what makes a trip glorious!
Started with renting a bike from the city dehradun.
"Dehradun city bike riders", was the place. One of the best customer services with no security deposits, so if you are running low on budget get to that place.
The classic 350 makes the trip bolder.
Traffic wont effect you if you are running on the two wheels. It takes almost an hour to reach the queen of hills from the city dehradun.
On the way you get alot of beautiful places such as the Shiv Mandir, bhatta falls and the hathipaon.
Shiv mandir being amongst the most popular temples of the city! Prayers for a safe journey!
Hathipaon is the place best for photography,full of mist and trees! A place to chill out!
Moving up, Mussoorie was an emotion. The mussoorie jawahar aquarium and the wax museum remains the major tourist spots!
17 kilometers down from the mussoorie library lies the beauty,"The kempty falls",a 41 feets tall waterfall!,located in the district tehri,garhwal.
The music of the water falling on the ground itself brings out the peace of mind!
Backup to those 17 kilometers take a moment for thanking God for such a beautiful journey! The Buddha Temple.Open for all, a beautiful place indeed.
Dalai hills lie just beside,famous for photography! But we chose to stay a little longer in the temple!(still got good pictures! XD)
From 8 am to 5 pm it was all filled with joy.
For an 18 year old kid 183 kilometers were alot!
Most of the pictures have that instagram caption to it so never mind!
So concluding the trip!
Distance covered- 183 kilometers(could have been less if done straight)
Expenses- 1200 INR for the bike.(Royal enfield classic 350)
Almost 400 INR for the petrol.
12 INR for toll if on two wheeler.
120 INR per person for the trolley for going down to the kempty falls(can be avoided by walking down the stairs!)
That is the basic expense and depends on your way of living! I was low on budget and so this is the least expense! (Almost 2000 INR per person for the trip)