Day-1 Arrive at Mussoorie Arrive at Mussoorie by late afternoon. Mussoorie (6500+ ft asl), is a renowned (but a bit crowded) hill station and a popular getaway at 30 kms from Dehradun. Visit Mall area in the evening.
Day-2 In and around Mussoorie Take Cable car ride to visit Gun Hill Point or visit Sir George Everest House (Offering Himalayan views). Visit Kempty falls / Lake Mist / Mussoorie lake in the afternoon.
Day-3 Mussoorie - Haridwar Depart for Haridwar (82 kms - 2.5 hr). Haridwar is a renowned pilgrimage set on holy river Ganga and home to serveral significant temples such as Mansadevi Temple (A Shakitpeetha temple and accessible via a Ropeway ride). Evening Ganga Aarti at Harkipauri is considered a definitive spiritual experience and therefore recommended for every pilgrim.
Day-4 Half - Day temple visits before departure Visit other remaining temples and pilgrimage points such as Chandidevi Temple, Pavan Dham. Depart for onward journey after Lunch.
Dehradun - Dehradun is capital city of Uttaranchal State (Now "Uttarakhand") and therefore visited by business traveler. Its an access point to many destinations in the area including Mussoorie, Kanatal, Chamba etc. Dehradun is home to some getaway resorts and destination spas as well.
Mussoorie - Mussoorie (Around 6500 ft) is a British era hill station at just a little less than 30 km north of Dehradun. Mussoorie over the years has become more of a weekend getaway rather than a tourist destination.
Haridwar - Haridwar is situated on the banks of River Ganges (Ganga) and staying on the banks of the River and visiting various temples and Ghats is considered a spiritual experience.