Tour Package to Rishikesh & Haridwar 3N/4D
Travel to the holy land of Rishikesh to witness the evening Ganga Aarti at Triveni Ghat. Rishikesh offers spirituality and peace to visitors.
Main tourist attractions in the Haridwar & Rishikesh trip
Maya Devi Temple – Maya Devi temple is regarded as one of the Siddhapeeth and is one of the most visited temples in Haridwar
Mansa Devi Temple Haridwar – Mansa Devi temple is a Siddh Peetha which are the places of worship where desires get fulfilled. It is one of three such Peethas located in Haridwar, the other two being Chandi Devi temple and Maya Devi temple. The temple is also known as Bilwa Tirth is one of the Panch Tirth (Five Pilgrimages) within Haridwar.
Kankhal – Kankhal is a pilgrim area in Haridwar (3 Kms) and home to many monuments of pilgrim interest such as Anandmayee Ashram – The Samadhi of Shree Shree Ma Anandmayee is laid here Daksh Mahadev Temple – A Lord Shiva Temple and believed to have been the site of a Yagna conducted by Daksha Parad Shivling – Visited for Parad Shivling (Mercury Shivling) weighing about 150 kg and Rudraksha tree Sati Kund – It is believed that the legend of Sati became popular from here and it is here that Sati immolated herself
Chandi Devi Temple – Chandi temple (1929) is a Siddha Peeth Devi temple at 3 Kms uphill on Chandi Ghat. It’s one of the most visited temples in Haridwar. Pilgrims can also take the Cable car to Chandi Devi Temple.
Patanjali Yogapeeth – This is the home of Baba Ramdev and ever since the popularity of television programs has grown, Patanjali Yogapeeth has been seeing thousands of visitors daily arriving here for Yoga and alternate therapy based cures for a range of ailments.
Triveni Ghat – Evening Aarti is performed at Triveni Ghat. Ashes of the dead and ceremonies related to Shradh are performed here. Triveni is also a bathing Ghat where pilgrims take a dip in the holy Ganga River.
Rishikund – Rishikund is a holy pond and where the Shani temple is situated. Rishikund is a popular pilgrim visit option.
Ram Jhula – Ram Jhula is bigger and more picturesque than Lakshman Jhula but surprisingly lesser-known. It leads to a few known Ashrams in the area.
Lakshman Jhula – Lakshman Jhula (1939) is a 450 ft hanging rope bridge on the river Ganges near the Tapovan area in Rishikesh. It connects guests arriving on the other side of the river to the bathing ghats area. It’s believed at this place Lakshman (Brother of Lord Rama) build a jute bridge to cross over the river and therefore the spot is also considered holy. A five-story temple is built on the other side of the bridge
Departure TimePlease arrive by 8:45 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM.
Return TimeApproximately 8:30 PM.
Dress CodeComfortable athletic clothing.