About 50 km from Mussoorie is the smal hill town of Chamba, Uttarakhand. Chamba is yet another of those destinations which still stand oblivious to most tourists and therefore unspoilt and fresh like a daisy for the lucky few who venture out seeking new places to explore and enjoy Chamba is at an altitude of 1600 mt above sea level. Again really unspoiilt and with lot of pines and deodar and good views. Unlike Mussoorie, the place is very quiet and picturesque and an excellent place to relax to wash your city blues.
This hill station situated in the picturesque Kumaon region is situated around the lake Naini. Seven mountains or the Sapta Shring surrounds the city.Apart from its scenic beauty Nainital is famous for its scented candles. The hill station offers a wonderful holiday retreat from the hectic routine of the cities. Haridwar literally means Gateway to God. Haridwar is one of the most famous holy cities in India. Haridwar is widely visited by Hindus across the world. Hindus from all around the world try to have tour in Haridwar once in lifetime. For Hindu people Haridwar tour means to wash their sins. For some people Haridwar tour is part of their holy rituals.
Day 1: Delhi - Nainital (310kms / 8hrs)
Pickup from Delhi Railway Station/Airport, drive to Nainital. On arrival check in Hotel and relax. Over Night Stay in Hotel.
Day 2: Nainital (Local Sight Seeing)
After breakfast drive for lake tour of Bhim Tal, Sat Tal, Naukuchia Tal. Drive back to Hotel. Enjoy the boat ride at Naini Lake & Ropeway (ON your own). Evening enjoy Mall Road. Over Night Stay in Hotel.
Day 3: Nainital - Haridwar (225 Kms- 6 Hours)
Pickup from Delhi Railway Station/Airport, drive to Haridwar, on arrival check in to your pre booked hotel. After freshen up visit the evening near the Ghats of Ganga river enjoy aarti time. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 4: Haridwar
After breakfast visit ashrams and temples - mansa devi and chamunda devi etc & witness aarti of the holy river ganges. Night stay in Haridwar.
Day 5: Haridwar – Chamba
Next morning after breakfast departure for surkhanda devi, local sightseeing, on arrival at Chamba check in to your pre booked hotel. Overnight stay at hotel,
Chamba: One of the brightest spots of Tehri Garhwal, t 1676 mts, Chamba is just 60 kms from Mussoorie and 60 kms Rishikesh. This quaint town offers one of the most sepectacular views of snow capped Himalayas and the enchanting Bhagirathi vally. Being the center point of routes to Mussoorie, Rishikesh, Tehri & New Tehri, Chamba is fast changing into the ideal interlude.
Day 6: Chamba
Morning after breakfast visit Tehri Garhwal, enjoy the nautral beauty of the place. After sightseeing you all will be on Leisure activities. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 7: Chamba – Delhi (approx 576 km/ 10– 11 hrs)
Early Morning drive to Delhi (576 km/ 11- 12 hrs). Arrive Delhi in time Board Flight / Train for onward journey.
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Jolly Grant Airport is the nearest Airport to Chamba situated at a distance of 75kms. Taxis are easily available from Jolly Grant Airport to Chamba.
The nearest railway station to Chamba is situated in Rishikesh. Rishikesh is well connected by railway networks with major destinations of India. Trains to Rishikesh Railway station are frequent. Chamba is well connected by motorable roads with Rishikesh. Taxis and buses are easily available from Rishikesh to Chamba. Rishikesh Railway station is situated 58kms before Chamba.
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The memorial of Gabbar Singh Negi is quite popular among travellers visiting Chamba. It was constructed in the year 1925 in honour of Thakur Gabbar Singh, who served the Garhwal Rifles in 1913 as a rifleman. During the First World War, Negi along with his battalion fought in Germany and won the battle. For his bravery, he was honoured with the highest gallantry award, the Victory Cross, posthumously. Every year, on 21st April, the Garhwal Regiment pays its tribute to this great warrior.
Another renowned tourist attraction in Chamba is the Shri Bageshwar Mahadev Mandir. It is a popular religious site, which is frequented by a number of tourists every year. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu God of Destruction, Lord Shiva and holds a great religious significance among the Hindus. It is believed that the Shiva Lingam present in the temple mysteriously appeared from under the ground.