You and your loved ones can have the time of your lives in this tranquil city. We offer a range of experiences that will help you de-stress, unwind and get close to nature. Whether you prefer adrenaline-pumping activities or peaceful, laidback endeavours, we have got your back!
Ram Jhula and Lakshman Jhula
To commemorate the legend of Lord Lakshman crossing the river using ropes, Lakshman Jhula (bridge) was built with ropes in 1889. This was later turned into a proper iron bridge in 1929. In 1986, Ram Jhula was constructed 2 km downstream. The endpoints of the bridges have many Hindu temples and markets.
The epitome of divinity and peace, Parmarth Niketan is the biggest ashram in the area. Pujya Swami Shukdevanandji founded this ashram in 1942. This place has a 14 ft. statue of Lord Shiva and 1000 rooms where people of every race, religion and gender are welcome to stay among the lush gardens, in a pure, sacred and hygienic atmosphere.
The confluence of three rivers - Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati, Triveni Ghat is one of India's most famous and sacrosanct ghats. You can hear the chants of saints and the sound of bells as thousands of devotees participate in the morning and evening Maha Aarti.
Dedicated to the fiery avatar of Lord Shiva and a story of love and loss, the Virabhadra Temple is 1300 years old. The temple is located 2 km away from the Haridwar-Rishikesh Highway. Special occasions such as Mahashivratri and the month of Sawan are times of great joy and festivities here.
Rajaji National Park
Rajaji National Park is famous for its flourishing wildlife. It is home to many species of Bengal Tiger, Himalayan Black Bear, King Cobra, Sambhar and many others. People visit to enjoy jungle safari and bird watching as there are up to 300 species of birds in the park.
Nilkanth Mahadev Temple
The Nilkanth Mahadev Temple is located at a height of 1300 metres amidst the Manikoot, Brahmakoot and Vishnukoot valleys. Surrounded by lush forests and situated on the confluence of Pankaja and Madhumati, this place is a must-see for all devotees.