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Trekking in Rishikesh

Rishikesh Trekking Packages

Duration Price
Kuari Pass Trek from Rishikesh6 days & 5 nights
INR 7,990
Chopta Chandrashila Trek from Delhi3 days & 2 nights
INR 3,499
Auli Trek Auli Winter Trek Uttarakhand4 days
INR 12,700
Gaumukh Tapovan Trek, Uttarakhand8 days & 7 nights
INR 15,500
Trek to the Source of Ganges7 days & 6 nights
INR 24,000
Dayara Bugyal Trek, Uttarakhand4 days & 3 nights
INR 5,500
Panpatia Glacier Trek Uttarakhand 202413 days & 12 nights
INR 85,000
Satopanth Tal Trek, Uttarakhand7 days & 6 nights
INR 15,500
Kalpeshwar Rudranath and Tungnath Trek Uttarakhand12 days & 11 nights
INR 32,500
Hemkund Sahib Trek, Uttarakhand7 days & 6 nights
INR 17,000
Kunjapuri Temple Sunrise Trek6 hours
INR 1,155
Kunjapuri Trek Rishikesh8 hours
INR 1,599

Valley of Flowers Trek, Kuari Pass Trek, Roopkund Trek, Nag Tibba Trek, Deoria Chandrashila Trek, Kunjapuri Temple Trekking, Trek to Surkanda Devi, Neer Gaddu Waterfall Trek, Jhilmil Gufa Trek and many more.

Trekking in Rishikesh is an experience that most people recount as one of the best things that they did in their lives. Rightly so, Rishikesh isn’t only a backpacker’s delight but a divine place to undertake such a strenuous task. However, the enterprising venture in Rishikesh gratifies the soul with not only awe but satiation for conquering your inhibitions and pushing your limits.

Situated in the foothills of Himalayas, Rishikesh has been a favourite spot for adrenaline junkies for its adventure sports. However, trekking is one thing that stands among all for its thrill and excitement. Trekking trails from Rishikesh lead to the most fantastic destinations passing through verdant landscapes of lush greenery, breathtaking valleys and scenic waterfalls.

A few famous treks to soak in the beauty of the Himalayas from Rishikesh are Roopkund Trek, Valley of Flowers Trek, Nag Tibba Trek, Deoria Chandrashila Trek, Kunjapuri Temple Trekking etc. Moreover, waterfall treks near Rishikesh is fast becoming a popular activity in tourists undertaken in Rajaji National Park. Trekking is best combined with a relaxing night with camping in Rishikesh making it an even more interesting activity.

Here are some of the best treks near Rishikesh:

1. Valley of Flowers Trek:

Valley of flowers trek is especially popular for trekking in Rishikesh. Numerous stories are spun around the Valley of Flowers – more often than not about trekkers falling oblivious from the substantial aroma of blooms on the valley floor. Whatever the stories, they do have a grain of truth in them, positively! It is uncommon to discover a valley so loaded with blossoms.

Blossoms sprout all over the place in an uproar of hues – purple, yellow, white, pink they cover the valley in a manner that occasionally, you can't see the valley floor by any means and this is also one of te best treks in Rishikesh.

Highlights: Most Beautiful Valleys in India, Good for First-Time Trekkers, Great for Photography

Location: Uttarakhand, India District: Chamoli Nearest town: Ghangharia, after Joshimath

Difficulty Level: Average

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2. Kuari Pass Trek:

Kuari Pass Trek is especially popular for trekking in Rishikesh. Kuari Pass Trek - A short 6-day trek into the Nanda Devi Sanctuary The Kuari Pass trek which gives you dynamite perspectives of the Nanda Devi sanctuary and a large group of 7000m snow-topped tops that reach out into Tibet. 

It is one of the best Rishikesh treks known for enterprise and energy. "We breasted the slant and stopped, noiseless on the way. No words would express our enjoyment. 

The Himalayas were exhibited before us in a terrific curve" - Frank Smythe (The Mountaineer) Kuari which signifies "entryway" is a Himalayan high mountain pass arranged in the Garhwal locale of northern India, south of the Tibetan fringe and on the western edge of the "Nanda Devi Sanctuary" Biosphere Reserve and falls in the Chamoli area. 

The Kuari Pass Trek discovered popularity in the mid-1900's when bold globe-trotters and mountain dwellers, for example, Lord Curzon, Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman utilized the entry as a part of their spearheading investigations of the district.

Highlights: The lush green Gorson meadow, Grand views of 4 peaks of Chaukhamba, Neelkanth, Mana, Kamet, Hathi, Ghodi, Trishul, Nandaghunti, Nanda Devi, Dunagiri, Witness an ancient trading route, Tali lake, Verdant forest, Panchachuli base camp

Location: Garhwal Himalayas

Difficulty Level: Moderate

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3. Roopkund Trek:

Roopkund, in the condition of Uttarakhand in India, is a popular cold lake. This lake is popular because of more than five hundred skeletons of people that are found at the edge of the lake. It is situated in the Himalayas and rests at an elevation of almost 4,800 meters. Roopkund is situated in the Chamoli locale of Garhwal. It is one of the best destinations for trekking in Garhwal. 

It is nearer to slope stations like Nainital and Kathgodam. At a separation of 217 km from Nainital and 235 km from Kathgodam, Roopkund trek is one of the real experience attractions for individuals in the nation furthermore for individuals who are going from abroad. 

Roopkund, which is situated in the lap of Trishul massif is otherwise called the 'riddle lake'. You can discover human skeletons at the bank of the lake and it is trusted that they have a place with the Paleolithic age.

Highlights: Trekking, Camping

Location: Uttarakhand, India

Difficulty Level: Low

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4. Nag Tibba Trek:

Annoy Tibba is a trekkers delight. Despite the fact that it is a moderately obscure trail close Mussoorie it can without much of a stretch be viewed as one of the greatest weekend treks that you can do out of Delhi.

For the individuals who need to stroll in the backwoods, ascend to 10,000 feet, see snow clad mountains and camp under starry night skies the Nag Tibba trek is simply great. It presents dazzling perspectives of the Bandarpoonch top, the Gangotri gathering of tops, Kedarnath crest in the north, Doon valley and the snow tops of Chabang. 

Annoy Tibba is otherwise called Serpent's Peak. It is the most elevated top (9915 ft) in the Nagtibba scope of the Garhwal Himalayas and is said to be the dwelling place of Nag Devta. The trek takes you through thick woods rich in greenery. The benefit of this trek is that you can achieve the base of the Nagtibba range by jeep and this is also one of te best treks in Rishikesh.

Highlights: Trekking, Camping, Hiking

Location: Uttrakhand     

Difficulty Level: Average

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5. Deoria Chandrashila Trek:

It is an easy trek that will evoke your love for hiking in the Himalayas. It has splendid views of mountains and Deoria lake reflecting the glorious peaks. The trail passes through Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary and lush green meadows giving you an unforgettable experience. Not only this, but you will have a chance to bask in the glory of Tungabhadra temple which is situated near the waterfall. The final summit to the Chandrashila trek is the most awaited point of the trip. The best time to visit is throughout the year except in monsoon.

Highlights: bird-watching, camping, and the chandrashila summit climb are main highlights of the place.

Location: The Deoria lake is located on Ukhimath-Chopta road in Uttarakhand near Sari.

Difficulty level: Moderate

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6. Kunjapuri Temple Trekking:

Kunjapuri is positioned at a height of 1645 meters and lends a panoramic sight of the Himalayan peaks to the North and Rishikesh, Haridwar and the Doon valley to the South. Kunjapuri Temple trek is very much famous for trekking in Rishikesh.

Traveling towards Gangotri, about 6 kilometers from Narendra Nagar the road bifurcates at Hindola Khal, leading to the shrine, which is 5 kilometers further. Being a main religious place, thousands of visitors come throughout the year especially throughout 'Navratras' (April and October). Grand Celebrations are held during the Dussehra festival. One can witness excellent sunrise or sunset on the Greater Himalayan Peaks and the vast Indo Gangetic plains and this is also one of te best treks in Rishikesh.

Highlights: Witness excellent sunrise or sun set on the Greater Hiamalayan Peaks

Location: Hindolakhal Rd, Adali, Uttarakhand 249175

Difficulty Level: Moderate

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7. Trek to Surkanda Devi:

Surkanda Devi is one of the most revered Hindu temples in Uttarakhand. It attracts a lot of pilgrims every year. It is a popular destination for trekking in Rishikesh. What makes it remarkable out of all Rishikesh trekking points is the majestic view of the Garhwal Himalayas from Surkanda Devi.

It is lofty and about 3.3 km high. However, the trek is worth the efforts you put in climbing. The pat of fresh Himalayan air thousands of feet above will take you on cloud nine. The best time to visit the place is January-february as there is no snow or fog and the view is clear.

Highlights: taking blessings in the surkanda devi temple and breathtaking views of garhwal Himalayan peaks are the major highlights of this trek.

Location: It is located in Uniyal village of Tehri district.

Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult

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8. Neer Gaddu Waterfall Trek:

Far from the hustle-bustle of other popular destinations in Rishikesh, Neer Gaddu is a treat to the eyes with its musical showers, soothing landscapes, and refreshing aura. Taking a dip into the cold water descending the rocky cliffs in shallow pool would wash all the weariness off your body and soul. The destination gives you a glimpse of heaven and a sense of unparalleled satiety. There are plenty of other things that one can do in Neer Gaddu like rappelling and rock climbing. It is a beautiful place for an unforgettable memory of Rishikesh trekking.

Highlights: two-tier waterfall having two pools, butterflies and flora of different species, and lush green backdrop are major highlights.

Location: It is situated on Rishikesh-Badrinath Highway about 5 km away from Lakshman Jhula and 6 km away from Tapovan.

Difficulty level: It is a 2 km moderate to difficult level trek uphill.

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9. Jhilmil Gufa Trek:

It is one of the lesser-traveled treks in Rishikesh even though the route is not very tough and challenging. The trails pass through the Manikut Kajri Van- a dense jungle home to a large number of elephants and other animals.

The three caves are breathtaking and secluded from human touch. The caves were named after great Gurus or Saints who once meditated in them. The spine-tingling views and carvings inside the cave can stupefy anyone. There is a Lord Shiva temple inside the cave where many Sadhus meditated. The place has an overwhelming spiritual aura around it and this is also one of te best treks in Rishikesh.

Highlights: spiritual essence, intricate carvings on the cave walls, diverse flora and Fiona of the trekking trail attract the visitors

Location: It is 26 km from Rishikesh and about 4 km away from Neelkanth temple.

Difficulty level: easy to moderate. As the trek passes through a jungle so one should clear knowledge of the route.

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10. Trek to Patna Waterfalls:

It is a scintillating 1.5 km trek through the Rajaji forest. The waterfall is located in a small hamlet called ‘Patna’. The trekking to the waterfall can be a tough deal during summers because of the steep and hard route but the beautiful scenery, the sound of flowing water, and a breath of fresh air are enough to keep you going. The best time to visit is mid-September to January to wholly enjoy your trekking in Rishikesh.

Highlights: limestone cave present next to the waterfall is the major highlight of this place

Location: It is on Neelkanth bridge road about 6.5 km away from the Lakshman Jhula.

Difficulty level: difficult in summers but moderate in other seasons.

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11. Garud Chatti Waterfall Trek:

The waterfall is a wonderful sight with water flowing from seven different rocks and collecting in a natural pool at the centre. Visitors are most attracted to this view. It is exceptionally beautiful during monsoons when the water flows in abundance and makes for a picturesque landscape.

It is an ideal place to visit with family and friends. You can also take a visit to the famous Garud temple situated near the waterfall and seek blessings. The best time to visit the waterfall is after September to enjoy trekking in Rishikesh to the fullest and this is also one of te best treks in Rishikesh.

Highlights: Garud temple situated near the waterfall is a major attraction

Location: It is located about 3-4 km from Laxman Jhula on Neelkanth road near the Garud temple.

Difficulty level: moderate to difficult

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Which are some famous treks in Rishikesh?

1. Chandrashila Trek with Chopta Tungnath:

Starting from Haridwar, this 4-day 3-night trail is one of the most popular treks in Rishikesh as it takes you to a whopping altitude of 12,083 feet. The trek starts from Haridwar and reaches to Sari Village via Kund and Ukhimath before finally awarding you with spellbinding views of the Deoriatal Lake, a high-altitude lake.

Location: Haridwar (Base camp: Sari).

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate.

Approx. cost: Rs 7250.

2. Kuari Pass Trek:

Located in the magnificent Garhwal Himalayas, the Kuari Pass Trek starts from Haridwar takes you through dense forests dotted with blossoming rhododendron and oak trees, which makes trekking in Rishikesh serene.

Location: Haridwar.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate.

Approx. cost: Rs 8750.

3. Pangarchulla Peak Trek:

Setting the bar of Rishikesh trekking high, the Pangarchulla peak trek will test your determination as it takes you to a formidable 15,096 feet, covering a distance of 34 km. Start your trek from Hardiwar and reach the Pangarchulla peak via Auli on this 6 days and 5 nights trail. Enjoy the spectacular views of Mt Nanda Devi and Hathi Parbat while sipping a cup of hot tea at a local shop. If you are a snow enthusiast, take this trek during the winter months to wade through the snow to reach the summit.

Location: Haridwar (trek begins from Joshimath).

Difficulty level: Moderate to difficult.

Approx. cost: Rs 9250.

4. Roopkund Trek:

Enjoy the mesmerising views of the enchanting Roopkund Lake, surrounded by snow-capped mountains. If you want to experience high altitudes during Rishikesh trekking, take the Roopkund trek which takes you to a whopping altitude of 16,499 feet. The 53 km trek allows you admire the beauty of Mt Trishul and rare flora and fauna along the trek. Light a bonfire under the starry night to make your trek memorable.

Location: Kathgodam (Basecamp: Lohagunj).

Difficulty level: Moderate to difficult.

Approx. cost: Rs 8890.

5. Kunjapuri Temple Sunrise Trek:

Immerse yourself in the spellbinding views of the rising Sun by trekking to the Kunjapuri Temple in Rishikesh. Start your day early and climb 250 steps to reach the temple for an exotic view of the sunrise against the town. You can enjoy the views of the holy Ganga River and explore the local life along the route for an exciting weekend getaway.

Location: Rishikesh.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate.

Approx. cost: Rs 1580

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Which are the famous one-day treks in or near Rishikesh?

1. Rishikesh Waterfall Trek: Hidden away from the crowd, the Neer Gaddu waterfall is an ideal destination for trekking in Rishikesh. Many food joints and cafes are surrounding this waterfall, where you can stopover to enjoy delicious meals. Trek to this waterfall starts from Laksman Jhula pass, and after around 3½ km, the uphill trek starts and you need to keep climbing for several minutes.

After that, you will find a path that will take you to the waterfall. The entire trekking route is dotted with lush greenery and shallow pools that will give you a chance to appreciate the glory of nature. 

2. Kunjapuri Trek Rishikesh: Positioned at the height of 1645 meters, Kunjapuri Trek is one of the best one-day treks in Rishikesh. This is an eight-hour trek that takes you through beautiful villages, small water streams, forests, and agricultural lands.

You can also enjoy a splendid sunrise view from the top and immerse into the breathtaking beauty of nature. From here, you can also enjoy the views of high mountains like Gangotri, Bandarpunch, Swarga Rohini, and Chaukhamba.

3. Patna Waterfalls Trek: This is another popular one day Rishikesh Treks that can be undertaken by both beginners as well as expert trekking enthusiasts. This trek starts five km from Lakshman Jhula on the Neelkanth temple road and takes you through stunning water bodies and picturesque valleys. You're advised not to undertake this trek during the summers as the waterfall is completely dry.

4. Neelkanth Mahadev Trek: If you're looking for one of the best places for trekking in Rishikesh, then Neelkanth Mahadev Trek should be your ideal spot. The major highlight of this trek is the Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, located on the top of this trek.

The total length of the Neelkanth Mahadev trek is fourteen kilometers, and it takes you through a wonderful mix of flora and lush green forests. The trek starts from Bharmour and ends at Neelkanth Mahadev Temple. 

5. Trek To Surkanda Devi Temple: Located at an altitude of 9500 feet, Surkanda Devi Temple is one of the best places for trekking near Rishikesh. The trek is steep and has few slippery areas; therefore, it shouldn't be undertaken by the beginners. This three-kilometer long trek is covered with layers of snow in winters as the temperature falls to -2 degree Celsius.

The trek starts from kaddukhal and takes you through dense forests and magnetizing mountain passes. Once you reach the Surkanda Devi Temple, which is the last destination of the trek, you will have an appealing view of Dehradun, Rishikesh, Mussoorie, the greater Himalayas, and Chamba. 

6. Neer Garh Waterfall Trek: This is one of the most fascinating treks in Rishikesh, located a short drive from Tapovan. This is a challenging trek, and the paths over here are not well marked, making it difficult to find the routes.

The trek starts from Lakshman Jhula, and once you reach the waterfall, the gurgling symphony of the water delights the senses, and you can even take a refreshing dip in the water.

Which is the easiest trek in Uttarakhand?

The Chandrashila Trek in Uttarakhand is one of the easiest Rishikesh treks. That is because the paths are well-marked, and the trail is not too hard. It has beautiful views of the Himalayas and doesn't require much trekking training. The paths are well-kept, and the climb is gradual. Thus, it's good for newbies and people who want a fairly easy trekking experience.

Which is the most difficult trek in Uttarakhand?

The Kalindi Khal Trek in Uttarakhand is considered the most difficult trek because of its high altitude, rugged terrain, and erratic weather. It has many glacier crossings, high passes, and steep ascents. Hence, only experienced hikers who are very fit and good at mountaineering can try it.

How far is chopta trek from Rishikesh?

Being located in Rudraprayag, Chopta can be reached from Rishikesh in 5-6 hours by completing a distance of 166 KM via NH7. Once you reach Rudraprayag, you will have to trek a distance of 68 KM to reach Chopta.

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What is the best time to go for trekking in Rishikesh?

You can go trekking in Rishikesh in any season, as each season has its own charm.

1.Peak Season (March to April and October to November): March through April and October through November are the best times to go trekking in Rishikesh because the weather is pleasant, with clear skies and mild temperatures. There aren't as many people on the trails, so it's a great time to go trekking.

2.Shoulder Season (February and May to September): You can go trekking in the shoulder seasons of February-May and September-November. Temperatures are cool during this time. However, it is rainy and humid from May to September. During these times you might find less traffic and cheaper prices.

3.Low Season (June to September): September through June is another time to go trekking in Rishikesh. It is hot and humid, and it rains a lot during this period. Trekking is possible, but depending on the weather, it might be less comfortable. However, there are fewer tourists during this time, and prices for lodging and trekking packages in Rishikesh are lower.

What should I wear while trekking in Rishikesh?

Make sure that you wear comfortable and warm clothing while treks near rishikesh. All other things include:

1. Layerable Clothes: The weather keeps changing, thus it is important to bring layerable jackets so that you wear or take them off when needed.

2. Trekking Shoes: A trekking shoe of good quality and proper size should be worn so that you can easily cover the distance.

3. Comfortable Pants: Make sure you wear windproof and comfortable pants or lowers as in the case of long routes, many people suffer with rashes.

4. Woolen Socks, Gloves and Caps: To save your hands, feet and head from the cold breeze, these 3 items are a must.

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What to carry while trekking in Rishikesh?

Must carry things while trekking in Rishikesh include:

- Woolen Thermals and garments full covering shirts and lowers
- Pullovers and jackets that can be layered
- Windproof jackets and pants
- Water bottle holding a minimum 2 litres of waters
- Dry fruits, trail mix and chocolates for hunger pangs and energy
- Woolen socks, gloves and caps(extra pairs)
- Trekking shoes of perfect size and proper sole
- Flashlight with an extra pair of batteries
-  Sunglasses
- Walking stick
- Portable charges and power banks
- Personal medications and first aid kit
-  Sleeping bags and multi utility tool kit
- Sunscreen above
- SPF 18 and a lip balm
- Toiletries
- Raincoat for you and
- Rain covers for your backpack.

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What is the mystery of Roopkund lake?

Roopkund's glacial lake has a baffling mystery wherein it is believed that hundreds of human skeletons were discovered surrounding the lake in the 1940s by a forest guard. It has therefore been tagged as the mystery lake since then.

How difficult is the Roopkund trek?

Roopkund trek is a moderate difficulty level trek located at an altitude of 15750 feet. You will need pristine mental and physical strength to undertake this trek. It has well-marked paths that take you through mountainous rivers, beautiful ridges, scenic meadows and lush green forests.

If you're a beginner, then you should opt for the easy level treks before undertaking this trek. During monsoon, you might experience landslides and flash floods over here.

I am visiting Rishikesh for the first time, how should I prepare myself for trekking?

1. While trekking in Rishikesh, you must acclimate yourself to the high altitude and climatic conditions by taking adequate time.
2. Ensure that you start walking and make cardio exercises a part of your routine a month before the trek so that you arrive fit.
3. Invest in a good pair of shoes and try walking in them before you use them on the trek.
4. Prevent the consumption of alcohol or tobacco to enhance your fitness levels during the trek.

What things one must carry while trekking in Rishikesh?

Apart from the trekking attire, one must carry:

- Backpack (min. 60 litres) with rain cover
- Thermal inners
- Cotton socks
- Woollen socks
- 1 full sleeves jacket or a fleece jacket
- One jacket
- One pair of gloves
- Sun cap
- One scarf
- Light towel
- Lip balm
- Sunscreen (SPF 40+) and cold cream
- Water bottle
- Head/torch with extra batteries
- Toilet kit and paper
- Medicine kit
- UV protected sunglasses
- Walking stick

Which trekking is suitable for beginners?

1. Neer Garh Waterfall: This is a short, easy walk that is great for newbies. It has beautiful views of the Neer Garh Waterfall and lots of greenery. The path is clearly marked and mostly flat, so people of all fitness levels may use it.

2. Patna Waterfall: If you're a beginner, experience the best trekking in Rishikesh to the beautiful Patna Waterfall. It allows you to see local plants and animals while you relax in a peaceful setting.

3. Kunjapuri Temple: The hike to Kunjapuri Temple is easy and gives you a great view of the Ganges River and the Himalayas. The path is well-paved and easy for beginners. 

4. Phool Chatti Waterfall: The relaxing walk to Phool Chatti Waterfall is famous for its peaceful atmosphere and cool natural pools. The path is great for first-timers because it goes through lush forests and small streams.

5. Rajaji National Park Nature: One of the easiest trekking places in Rishikesh is in the Rajaji National Park. This trek is for people who are just starting to learn about the area's plants and animals.

How do I plan a trekking trip?

Picking a trek based on your preferences and amount of difficulty is the first step in planning a trekking trip in Rishikesh. Find out about the trekking paths, places to stay, and permits you need. Plan how you will get to Rishikesh and where you will stay ahead of time. Bring the things you need for trekking, like the right clothes, shoes, and tools. For safety and help finding your way, you might want to hire a local guide. Check the weather and make plans for your walk based on that. Finally, have fun on your hiking trip through Rishikesh's beautiful scenery.

What is the cost of trekking in Rishikesh?

The trekking in Rishikesh price starts at INR 1155 per person and can go up to INR 32,500 per person, depending on the trek’s location and duration. The cost is inclusive of meals, a guide, and transfers.

Are camping facilities available during trekking in Rishikesh?

Yes, camping facilities are available during Rishikesh trekking. Several hiking organizations and tour providers arrange planned camping excursions complete with sleeping bags, tents, and other essential gear. You can also pitch your own tents and spend the night in the middle of nature. Moreover, you may also find specially designated camping areas along well-traveled trekking routes.

Why is Rishikesh famous?

Rishikesh is well-known for its adventure sports, natural beauty, and spiritual significance. Thanks to the large number of yoga ashrams and meditation centers, it is referred to as the "Yoga Capital of the World". It also serves as a gateway to the Himalayas and attracts travelers from all over the world with its trekking, river rafting, and camping opportunities.

Where to camp in Rishikesh?

There are several beautiful locations to camp along the Ganges River in Rishikesh, including Shivpuri, Marine Drive, and Byasi. Brahmpuri and Kaudiyala are two more campsites tucked away amid the verdant hills and trees. These sites provide tranquil camping spaces surrounded by breathtaking scenery.

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Aman Aman
Reviewed: 02 Jun 2023
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It was a great experience with Thrillophilia. Well organised trip. Very beautiful campsite in the forest where we can see the majestic Himalayan ranges such as Chaukhamba and all other Himalayan peaks. A very supportive Guide who leads the group along with him. Giving all the minute details of each ... Read More
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Reviewed: 10 Apr 2023
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I’ve traveled with a lot of travel tour companies but i must say that my experience with thrillophilia has been the best. Camps were amazing. Food was good. The thing that stuck with me was the way the people made us feel like their friends. In no time we were cracking jokes. Eating and having fun t... Read More
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Udaya Joisa
Reviewed: 25 Jun 2022
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It was a good experience going through the trek program with Thrillophilia. Having a small group was probably an advantage with good support from the guides. Both the accommodations in Chopta and in Sari village were wonderful and clean. Food was also very satisfactory. Overall it was a great experi... Read More
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Reviewed: 11 Jul 2022
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All in all it was a wonderful experience. Weather was excellent, food was delicious, stay was memorable, trek was easy, moderate and tough all in one. The organising skills were top class, All who were connected to the trek were friendly. A big big thank you to UTT without whome we could not be on t... Read More
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