Neer Garh Waterfall, Rishikesh - 2019 (Photos & Reviews)

Neer Garh Waterfall Tours & Activities

About Neer Garh Waterfall


Hidden inside the woods of the beautiful hill town Rishikesh, Neer Garh Waterfall are the real beauty to witness. Amalgam of three stunning waterfalls combine to make this one mighty waterfall, which falls off a cliff as high as 25 feet. 

The surroundings of the waterfall are untarnished by civilization giving you a raw and virgin experience amidst the adventurous city of India.

Reaching this waterfall requires a 15 min of trek on the trails passing through the dense woods. You will find two bridges and a stream of water running along the routes you would take. 

Also, you can spot a rich variety of flora and fauna flocking around the area. The entire journey would be incomparable to any journey you would ever take.

You can carry some food, water and a mat and convert your hiking into a mini picnic while clicking some good pictures of the surroundings.

The place will also give you some amazing views of the nearby valley so make sure to bring your binoculars to peek into the depths of the hill station. Visiting this place in Rishikesh will ensure an unmatchable experience for you.

How to Reach Neer Garh Waterfall


By Air: The nearest airport to the falls would be Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun. You can catch a bus or hire a taxi to reach the waterfall. It would take around an hour to cover this distance of 26 KM.

By Train: Rishikesh Railway Station is just 9 KM away from the waterfall. You should find a train stopping at this junction. You can get down here to fetch a bus, a local ferry or hire a taxi to reach your destination.

By Road: Rishikesh Bus Stand is the nearest bus stand to fall with the distance of 8.5 KM. It would take around 30 mins to cover this distance in a jeep or a hired cab.

Best Time to Visit Neer Garh Waterfall



The best time to visit Neer Garh Waterfall is post monsoon in October to mid November as you will witness the waterfall in its best possible form. 

Summer:
The months from early March to the first week of May sustains a soothing temperature which is best to escape the scorching sun into the wilds. However, you might not enjoy the waterfall at its best.

Monsoon:
May to September are the months when the hill station receives very heavy rainfall which flourishes the cascade to fall with immense force. However, you must keep in mind that heavy rains results in landslides and even the strong rains will make your outdoor tours difficult.

Winter: The months from October to February are the winter months. As the hill town receives snow flakes in extreme cold, you can plan your trip in between early October to mid November.

This is the best possible time to enjoy the waterfall amidst lush green scenic beauty of town.

What Not to Miss at Neer Garh Waterfall

 Places to visit near Neer Garh Waterfall - 



1. Lakshman Jhula:

Built in 1929, the Lakshman Jhula is a suspension bridge constructed over the river Ganga. It connects the village Tapovan in Tehri Garhwal district to the village Jonk in Pauri Garhwal district. 

The bridge is very popular among devotees and well as travel enthusiasts.

2. Patna Waterfall:

Situated 7 KM away from Lakshman Jhula, Patna Waterfall is gushing freely in a small village in Rishikesh called Patna. You will also get to explore a limestone cave which is situated right next to the waterfalls.

3.Ram Jhula:

Ram Jhula is a suspension bridge built in 1986. It connects Shivananda Nagar and Swargashram over the river Ganga.

A large number of tourists flock to the bridge to capture a 360 degree view of the gushing river Ganga and the tranquil woods at the foothills of the mighty himalayas.

4. Triveni Ghat:

Biggest ghat in Rishikesh, Triveni Ghat is situated on the banks of the sacred river Ganga. It has been mentioned in the holy books of Ramayana and Mahabharata being a very important part of the stories.

Also, ‘Maha Aarti’ is conducted here every evening at the ghat which is picturesque and worthy to be witnessed and framed.

5. Tera Manzil Temple:

Also known as
Trimbakeshwar Temple, the elegant structure is located opposite to the very charming Lakshman Jhula. 

The temple has a number of idols of the gods and goddesses under one roof, which brings it to the attention of various devotees. 

Even the elegant architecture of the temple attracts a number of architecture enthusiasts to the place.

Hiking at Neer Garh Waterfall - 



Falling from a height of 25 feet, Neer Garh Waterfall gives a great chance to explore the mesmerising surroundings. As no vehicle can drop you directly to the waterfall, you will be required to hike up to the waterfall to witness the real beauty.

The distance from the drop point to the waterfall is of 1.5 KM. You would be required to walk through the steep trails passing through the dense woods of coniferous vegetation.

It would take you around 45 minutes to one hour to cover this distance or even less if you are an experienced hiker.

There is an array of flora and fauna which could be spotted on the way to the paradise of streaming water. You must take your camera along in order to seize some of the fantastic frames to boast in front of your friends.

You would be passing through two rustic bridges and white gushing streams on your way. Along with that, distinct panoramic views of the faraway snow covered mountains and deep valley will make you spellbound.

 Once reaching the fall, you can
let the beauty of the atmosphere seep deep down into your soul.

Other Essential Information About Neer Garh Waterfall



-Location:
Neergarh Waterfall Rd, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand 249137

-Timings: 08:00 am to 06:00 pm

-Fee:
INR 30

Tips for Visiting Neer Garh Waterfall - 



1. Neer Garh Waterfall is located in the holy hill town of Rishikesh. There are several things which should be pre-planned in order to keep things on track.

2. You are suggested to carry extra clothes in order to change after having fun under the chilling water of the fall.

3. You must ensure the safety of yourself as well as the other while in the vicinity of waterfall as the rocks will be slippery.

4. Sturdy and comfortable shoes would be required to hike up a little bit while approaching the waterfall.

5. Camera is a must to carry as the waterfall and its surroundings will give you some amazing frames worth capturing.

6. Ensure bringing a good amount of water as well as some snacks.

7. There should be a pre-planned trip to ensure a flawless experience.

8. You must avoid climbing the falls as you can do that with one of our packages for rock climbing and waterfall rappelling.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Neer Garh Waterfall

  1. How much time to visit neer garh waterfall?

    You would need at least one hour to complete your visit to the Neer Garh Waterfalls. It will be a 15 mins of trek from your drop point to reach the point where you will see the waterfall. And 15 more mins would be required for you to come back. Now depending upon how much time you would want to spend there makes up for your entire time.
  2. What things should be carried while visiting Neer Garh Waterfall?

    You should carry limited but necessary stuff while visiting Neer Garh Waterfall. Here is a summarised list of the things you might consider carrying along your way:

     Extra Clothes: You must carry an extra pair of clothing as you will get wet while playing under the waterfall.

    Water: You might not find a shop at every corner of the hills so it would be better to stay self equipped.

    Snacks: After a short trek to the falls, snacking on some food will be the best thing to do. You can carry light snacks or a good meal to convert your visit into a picnic.

    First-aid kit: Hills and rocks are prone to accidents. You must carry a first-aid kit in case of emergency. If not you and your friends then the kit might help some other helpless person.

    Camera: Hill station and waterfalls! Camera is the most important thing to carry. You will find a great view which would provoke you to click some good pictures.

    Sunglasses: Sunglasses are always the best friends of a traveller. They will help you protect your eyes as well as give you some cool shots in the frame.

    Binoculars: Valleys call for being watched and binocular will help you explore the extremities of the beautiful amalgamation of the hills, woods, falls, rivers, flora and fauna.

    Hat: Just as sunglasses, hats are also handy when it comes to protecting yourself from the sun.

    Mat: You will be inside the woods near a waterfall facing a great view. Lying down to listen to the music of woods or having a picnic would be the perfect thing to plan for and mat is must to do so.

    Book: If you love reading books then carrying one is the best option. You can finish some pages in the silence of the trees if you are travelling alone.