Galway Travel Bonus Achievers - Jai Galway Resounds in Queen of Hills, Mussoorie
Created on 2024-02-13 10:48:58 Posted By : Rajesh Kumar Yadav

On the 18th of January, amidst the chilly weather and trembling cold, the zeal of Galway Travel Bonus Achievers resonated through the snow-laden valleys of Mussoorie. All Galwians, prepared for the journey of approximately 300 kilometers from the Delhi Head Office to Mussoorie, boarded the comfortably air-conditioned luxury bus. Embarking on a journey to the picturesque landscapes of Mussoorie from the Head Office, all achievers enjoyed the South and North Galwians dancing to the tunes of South and Bhojpuri songs throughout the trip.

Beautiful Valleys and blue Sky
Starting the journey in the morning from Delhi, the trip halted in the lap of luxury at the Highland Resort Hotel in the Queen of Hills, where the achievers stayed. After relaxing at the resort on the first day, the evening came alive with a bonfire and musical festivities, leaving the faces of Galwians beaming with joy, despite the fatigue of a day's travel.

Meeting the Queen of the Hills
The second day of the trip was dedicated to exploring Mussoorie and its surrounding natural beauty. After morning darshan at Sukanda Devi Temple, the Galway caravan reached Dhanaulti, a small town in Uttarakhand located about 62 kilometers from Mussoorie. Positioned at an altitude of around 2200 meters above sea level, Dhanaulti is known for its serene surroundings, offering a different perspective of the Himalayan view. The day continued with various adventure sports activities, including rope cycling, zip swing, skywalk and sky bridge.

Farewell to Mussoorie
On the last day of the Galwians' trip to Mussoorie on January 20th, everyone visited the enchanting Campty Falls, located 14 kilometers from Mussoorie. The attraction of the waterfall, falling from a height of 40 feet, couldn't be resisted, and all Galwians indulged in taking photos and selfies. Later, the journey concluded with a visit to the historic Shri Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple in Dehradun. Situated on the banks of the Tamas River, the temple is believed to be blessed by Lord Shiva, who appeared pleased with the penance of Guru Dronacharya during the Mahabharata era. The Galway caravan then made a stop at the Buddha Temple in Dehradun, where massive statues of Lord Buddha and Guru Padmasambhava are awe-inspiring.

Having lunch in Dehradun, the Galwians bid farewell to the memories of the beautiful Mussoorie trip, heading back to Delhi with hearts filled with the vibrant experiences and memories of their journey.