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How To Reach Mussoorie At a Low Cost

Today I am going to tell about “How to Travel to Mussoorie at Low Cost”, which is visited by most tourists in Uttarakhand. Most of the people are not able to plan Mussoorie and cancel even after making the plan, because they feel that they should have more money to go to Mussoorie. If you also think so, then I want to tell you that after reading this post your thinking will be proved to be absolutely wrong. Let’s know how to travel to Mussoorie at a low cost?

How to reach Mussoorie at a low cost –

Before knowing about how to travel to Mussoorie at a low cost, you have to know about how to reach Mussoorie at a low cost. If you want to go to Mussoorie at less cost than any city in the country, then you will have to take the training facility for this trip, which is cheaper than the bus. If you do not get a train, you can also take the bus facility to go to Mussoorie.


Bus – Uttarakhand Roadways direct buses run from Delhi to Mussoorie, whose fare is ₹ 800-1400. You can catch a bus from Delhi to Mussoorie from Delhi’s Dhaula Kuan, Akshardham Temple, Khanna Market, Anand Vihar or ABES Engineering College located in Noida.

Train – There is no railway station in Mussoorie, so to go to Mussoorie, you have to catch a train from Delhi or any city of the country to Dehradun, the nearest railway station to Mussoorie, from where the distance of Mall Road of Mussoorie is about 35 km. Is. The sleeper class fare for a Delhi to Dehradun train is around ₹ 225 and the Dehradun to Mussoorie bus fare is ₹ 80-100. Taxi means are also available from Dehradun railway station to Mussoorie, but the fare in it is more than that of the bus.

Hotel rental in Mussoorie –

Hotel and food items are very expensive in Mussoorie from March to June, but from July to February, you will get a hotel in Mussoorie for 700-800, and when it comes to food and drink, then your one-day food and drink. in approx

Places to visit in Mussoorie –

Along with Malsi Deer Park, also known as Dehradun Zoo, there are one or two other tourist places that are found on the way from Dehradun to Mussoorie. If you are going to Mussoorie by your own vehicle or rented bike etc., then you can also visit these tourist places. You can visit these tourist places while going to Mussoorie or while returning from Mussoorie, but if you are going from Dehradun to Mussoorie by bus, then you will not be able to visit these tourist places.

Kempty Falls, Gun Hill Point, Lal Tibba, Company Garden, and Camel Back Road are the most famous among the local sites of Mussoorie city. At night you can roam on Mall Road of Mussoorie and do shopping etc. along with food and drink. The view of Mall Road at night is quite attractive and captivating. Apart from this, there are many small things to do in Mussoorie, but if you visit all those places, then it will take you a long time to visit Mussoorie.

Note:- Lal Tibba is the highest peak of Mussoorie and Gun Hill Point is the second highest peak. Sunrise and sunset are the best times to visit Lal Tibba and Hill Gun Point. You can visit either of these two and if you want, you can visit one of these two at sunrise and the other at sunset.

How many days to make a tour in Mussoorie –

If you are going to visit Mussoorie by Rental Scooty or Bike from Dehradun, then you can visit Mussoorie in 2 days and 1 night and if you want to visit Mussoorie by Bus, you can visit Mussoorie It will take more than 2 days and your money will also be spent more.

The right way to visit Mussoorie

The best way to visit Mussoorie is to take a scooty on rent from Dehradun, which will cost you ₹ 500-600 in Dehradun. After taking Scooty you go straight to Mussoorie. After going to Mussoorie, first of all you should go to Kempty Fall because the experience of visiting Kempty Fall is best in the afternoon.

After Kempty Fall, you should visit other tourist places of Mussoorie as much as possible before sunset and visit the rest of the tourist places in the morning and come to Dehradun while visiting all the three tourist places on the Dehradun-Mussoorie route. Go.

The most important thing when you are taking scooty or bike on rent from Dehradun, then you will have to pay ₹ 500-600 only for 24 hours i.e. a day, but if the agent of that bike agrees to you, then you can buy that rental bike or scooty. Hire a bike or scooty for 29 to 30 or 32 hours from an agent, so that even if you take a bike on rent at 9 or 10 pm, you can comfortably visit Mussoorie by 3-4 pm on that day. Return the bike or scooty to the agent of that bike.

If you do this, then you will not have to pay the rent of the scooty for the whole 2 days, but to do all this, you will have to lure that agent with money. You should be ready to pay even ₹ 200-250 to that agent for 5-6 hours because even if you pay ₹ 250 extra to that agent, you will be left with ₹ 250. After returning the bike to Dehradun, you can go to any other tourist place according to your plan and if you do not have any other plan, then you can catch the train from Dehradun back to Delhi on the same day.

What is the cost of traveling from Delhi to Mussoorie?

  • Delhi to Dehradun (Train) – ₹ 225
  • Both Sides – ₹ 450
  • Dehradun to Mussoorie (Bus) – ₹ 80-100
  • Both Sides – ₹ 200

If you want, you can also take the bus facility to go to Mussoorie, but you will spend more money on the bus fare. Apart from Delhi, if you are going to Mussoorie from any city in the country, then you may have to go to Mussoorie from your city and return back to your city by reduction or increase in the bus or train fare, so to go to Mussoorie, you can go to your city. Keep the money with you as per the fare to travel from Mussoorie to and back to your city.

  • Scooty (2 days) – ₹ 1200
  • Petrol (2 days) – ₹ 300-400
  • Hotel (1 Day) – ₹ 800
  • Food and Drink (2 days) – ₹ 1000

What is the total cost of Mussoorie trip in 2 days and 1 night?

  • ₹ 450 (Train)+ ₹ 200 (Bus)+ ₹ 1200 (2 days Scooty fare)+ ₹ 300-400 (Petrol 2 days)+ ₹ 800 (Hotel)+ ₹ 1000 (Food & Drink 2 days)
  • ₹ 450+200+1200+400+800+1000=₹ 4050

That is, if you complete the Mussoorie trip solo i.e. from Delhi alone, then your total expenditure on these 2 days and a 1-night trip will be around ₹ 4000.

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