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Uttarakhand Tourism: Tourists flock to the hill stations of Mussoorie and Nainital:

The influx of tourists has increased towards the tourist centers of Uttarakhand including Mussoorie and Nainital due to three consecutive days off due to Shri Krishna Janmashtami on Monday. Due to this, the tourism business has once again gained momentum. At the same time, at various places including Mussoorie, the general public, including tourists, is also facing severe traffic jams. More than five thousand tourists arrived in Nainital on Sunday itself, while the traffic jams on the Dehradun-Mussoorie road all day got rid of sweat.
A large number of tourists had started reaching Mussoorie since Saturday morning, but they had to face traffic jam for hours as they crossed Kuthalgate. It was the same on Sunday as well. The Kikreng-Library Chowk-Zeropoint Kamptee road was blocked from time to time throughout the day. The same condition remained from Library Chowk to Library Bazar-Ambedkar Chowk and Maisanik Laj-Picture Palace Chowk-Aparmal Road-Ghantaghar. On the other hand, due to the influx of tourists in large numbers, Mussoorie’s Company Garden, George Everest, Gunhill, Mussoorie Lake, Bhatta Falls, Laltibba-Char shop were very bright.
Rakesh Narayan Mathur, president of Mussoorie Hotel Association, said that there was about 70 percent occupancy in the hotel-guest house on Saturday. Uttarakhand Hotel Association President Sandeep Sawhney said that till Sunday evening the occupancy of tourists was less as compared to Saturday. Probably on Monday it will be less than fifty percent.
Most hotels in Nainital are full

Due to the weekend, a large number of tourists also gathered in Nainital. Due to which most of the rooms of the hotels here were full. The parking lots of the city are also completely packed. There was movement of tourists throughout the day in Snowview, Raj Bhavan, Kilbury, Himalaya Darshan and Waterfall amidst rain and fog. Tourists also enjoyed boating amidst the fog. According to Digvijay Singh Bisht, vice-president of Nainital Hotel and Restaurant Association, tourists will also reach on Monday. However, after the Haldwani-Nainital highway collapsed on Saturday, route diversion is causing problems for tourists to reach Nainital.

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