25 Places to Visit in Rishikesh in One Day: 2021 Updated
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1 Day Trip in Rishikesh

Shivpuri, Triveni Ghat, Ram Jhula, Lakshman Jhula, Beatles Ashram, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Parmath Niketan Ashram, Kunjapuri Temple, Vashistha Cave, Neer Garh Waterfall, Rajaji National Park, Rishikund, Bharat Mandir, Tera Manzil Temple, Kaudiyala, and many more.

At an average elevation of 372 metres, in the Tehri Garhwal region in Uttarakhand, there are many lovely
places to visit in Rishikesh in one day. Beginning with enthusiastic family vacations to tripping with your friends or couples seeking solace, Rishikesh has something for every kind of traveller.

If you are looking for one-day sightseeing in Rishikesh with your families, Triveni GHat, Lakshman Jhula,
Neelkanth Mahadev Temple and Rajaji National Park are good options. Alternatively, a group of friends looking forward to some high-spirited fun can opt for places like Shivpuri, Neergarh Waterfalls, Beatles Ashram, and Kunjapuri Temple.

1 day trip in Rishikesh also lets you take part in a series of adventure activities like River Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Hot Air Balloon Ride and Short Treks.  In addition, you should not miss having a gala meal at Little Buddha Café, overlooking the Ganges. Come and explore it yourself and create memories which you will be proud to retell!

Here is a list of places to visit in Rishikesh in one day:

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Must Places to Visit in Rishikesh in One Day

This “Abode of Lord Shiva”, so pristine, serene and filled with adventure, is a mecca for river rafting in India. Located 20kms from Rishikesh on the banks of River Ganga, the tranquil town of Shivpuri beams with life, laughter, adventure and nature’s bountiful thrills.

River rafting is not only thrilling but also extremely picturesque with the white rapids below, lush dense forest on either side and a view of the spectacular mountains in the distance making Shivpuri one of the favourite tourist places to visit in Rishikesh.

While river rafting down the Ganges right up to Ramjhula Rishikesh for around 16 km of toss and turn and skipped heartbeats, you can witness the famous river rapids like Return to Sender, Roller Coaster, Tea Off, Golf Course, Clubhouse, Cash flow, Initiation, Double Trouble, and Hilton.

While you’re here and need more adventure you can also try your hand or rather heart at other adrenaline packed activities like Body Surfing, Cliff Jumping and Rock Climbing.

You can indulge yourself in other activities like Jungle Walks, Beach Camping, Mountaineering and Jungle Trekking. A day trek to the beautiful Neer Waterfall followed by campfire and roast veggies by the beach is the perfect end to a day.

Among other experiences, Shivpuri is the place for all those on the lookout for peace and rejuvenation. During your stay in Shivpuri, you will have the opportunity of learning the techniques of yoga and meditation. You can enjoy early morning yoga and relaxation sessions at Yoga Camps or even at the sacred Shiva Temples.

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Situated on the banks of the holy Ganges, Triveni Ghat is among the most magnetic places to visit in Rishikesh. The confluence point of three of the most sacred rivers in Hindu mythology: Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswathi, this ghat is considered as the most pious among all the other ghats within the vicinity.

According to the legends, the water of this ghat has the magical power of purifying one's heart and soul, and make it free from all the sins. Devotes from every corner of the country throngs Triveni Ghat and takes a dip with utmost devotion and faith. Come morning, you can witness them offering milk to the river, performing 'Surya Namaskar' and feeding the fishes around the ghat. By evening, this auspicious ghat turns into a riot of colours as it is time of the 'Maha Aarti' or the aarti to Mother Ganga.

Priest and the devotees perform several rituals during this sacred event, and offers lamps clad with flowers and incense stick to the Goddess as mark of their gratitude and devotion. The melodious hymns of the temple bells and the shanks can be heard everywhere, and the entire vicinity turns into a plethora of colour during this time. The peace and devotion that exists during the aarti makes Triveni Ghar one of the must visit Rishikesh tourist places.
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Another architectural marvel in the yoga capital of India, Ram Jhula is an important landmark of the city and is also one of the sought after Rishikesh tourist places. Located only 3km from the heart of the city, this 450ft suspension bridge connects the banks of the Ganges with Shivananda and Swarga ashrams at both of its end.

Also known as the 'Shivananda Jhula', this magnificent bridge was built during the late 80s by the regional government; the contribution of Shivananda Ashram Divine Life Society is very significant in the construction of Ram Jhula. Like the Lakshman Jhula, it was also once a jute bridge and serves as an important name in the list of places to visit in Rishikesh.

While crossing the bridge, you can enjoy the panoramic views of the Ganges and for the nature photographers, it serves as an ideal destination to click some amazing pictures!
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Rishikesh is not only about religious beliefs, ghats or temples; within this ancient city, you can also witness some of the architectural marvels and structures as well! One such structure, the Lakshman Jhula, which is also one of the not to be missed places to visit in Rishikesh, is a suspension bridge that connects Tehri and Pauri districts of Uttarakhand.

The existence of this bridge dates back to the age of Ramayana. According to the legends, Lakshman; brother of Lord Rama, crossed the holy Ganga River at this spot over a jute bridge. Centuries after this pious incident, a 284ft hanging bridge was built in the same spot by Rai Bahadur Surajmal Jhunjhunwala.

However, the bridge got washed away during the epidemic flood of 1924, and later, a pillar-less suspension bridge was erected at the same spot. The architecture brilliance of Lakshman Jhula and its proximity to several sacred places make it one of the most visited tourist places in Rishikesh.

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Most of your teenage or college days might have passes admiring the songs of the favourite band called 'Beatles', but do you know your favourite band once visited a quaint ashram in Rishikesh to attend a special meditation programme? Yes, it was in the year 1968, the entire group of Beatle flew down to India to meet a saint called Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and practice some advanced meditation programme under his flagship.

Following this phenomenal visit, the ashram gained instant popularity and was named as the 'Beatles Ashram'; the visit also made it one of the renowned places to visit in Rishikesh. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, though the ashram was abandoned in 1997, the complex buildings and the stone-huts can still be found standing strong in their place. It is one of the very few places in Rishikesh that are pretty tough to find.

According to the recent plans of the regional government, the ashram will soon reopen as a museum that will showcase its delightful history and contribution to the society. To add more, one should know that the span of time Beatles group stayed in this ashram, is considered as one of the most productive periods for the band!
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One of the not to be missed places to visit near Rishikesh, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple is around 32km from the city limits and is located at a height of 1,330m above the sea level in the Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. Among all the temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple holds a major prominence among the devotees.

Tucked between the pictorial valleys of Manikot, Brahmakot and Vishnukot, the heart-warming surrounding of this sacred temple owes to its popularity among all the Rishikesh tourist places. With Lord Shiva, who is also known as 'Neelkanth' or the 'Blue Throated One' as the main deity, the peak of the temple is adorned with sculptures of both the Gods and the Asuras.

It is said that during 'samudramanthan'; or while both the Gods and Asuras were churning out the ocean bed to obtain the holy 'amrita' or the 'nectar of immortality, Lord Shiva drank the poison that evolved from the sea. This turned his throat blue, and thus he was named as Neelkanth, and is worshipped in this temple in the form of a 'shivalinga'. Devotees visit this sacred temple throughout the day and takes a bath in the natural spring in the main complex before offering puja to the main deity.
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Nestled amidst the lap of the Himalayas and embraced by bucolic and lush greeneries, Parmarth Niketan Ashram along the banks of the sacred Ganga River is the largest ashram in Rishikesh. Visited by devotees from across the globe, it is known for its serene, salubrious, calm and tranquil ambience.

With over 1,000 rooms for the devotees, it also offers some of the modern day amenities and facilities. A stay in Parmath Niketan Ashram will not only bring you closer to your inner-self, but will also awaken all your senses along with uplifting the state of your body, mind and soul! Religious and spiritual preaching here is believed to show you the ways to purify yourself and know more about the energy points within yourself. Yoga, meditation, spiritual classes, satsang, kirtan, Ganga Aarti and spiritual lectures are the daily curriculum of Parmarth Niketan Ashram.
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Another not to be missed places to visit in Rishikesh, Gita Bhawan is also located on the banks of the Ganga River and is adorned by the enchanting charm of the Himalayas. Comprising of a large complex, it serves as an institute where a devotee can learn about Hinduism to a large extent along with participating in many religious and cultural events as well.

The institute offers free food, stay and education to the pilgrims. People living within the bhawan participates in daily prayers and sadhana along with mediation and other necessary activities. Visitors to Gita Bhawan can also participate in all the activities and can also enjoy pure-vegetarian meals and other facilities at a minimal price.

It also offers free boat rides and has a dispensary that offers free ayurvedic treatments and medicines made according to the religious scriptures with the holy water from the Ganges. With ample of meditation places and bathing ghats, it offers a pleasant and soothing ambience to indulge in Ganga dip and other religious activities.
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Vashistha Cave or Vashistha Gufa is an ancient cave where Sage Vashistha and his wife meditated for hundreds of years. According to Hindu mythology, Sage Vashista was a Manas Putra (human son) of Lord Brahma and one of the Saptarishi (great seven sages). The Vashishta Gufa situated in the middle of Gular trees and the sacred River Ganga is a perfect place for peace of mind and positive spiritual energy.

Over the years a small ashram was built near the cave known as Swami Purushottamanand ashram as well as some rooms outside the cave, where many sadhus live there permanently.

Located 25 km from Rishikesh on the Rishikesh-Badrinath road, all buses going towards Devprayag pass through this place. A flight of around 200 steps and you reach the entrance of the cave which only gets pitch dark as you go deeper.

The cave is properly maintained and the floor is strewn with white mats for about 12 people. The interior of the cave is filled with some aroma of burning oil and sticks making it a peaceful and spiritual meditational sanctuary.

At the end of the cave, there is a Shiv Linga where you normally find priests and other tourists engaged in worship and veneration. There is also another small cave outside the ashram called “Arundhati Cave” and an iron bridge across the river to the small yet beautiful Gular village.

The beach outside the cave is a perfect setting to relax and reflect with nature after a deep meditation and silent introspection.

For some thrill and adventure, you can also go to Shivpuri to indulge in the adventurous flying fox activity.

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The narrow stream of blue waters, surrounded by the lush foliage of Himalayan vegetation, Neer Garh Waterfall is a treat for any adventure or nature lover visiting Rishikesh. It is a sheer delight to watch the roaring stream making its way through steep rocks before plunging into a clear water pool.

Apt for relaxation, meditation, and even landscape photography, this waterfall has to be one of the most spectacular places to see in Rishikesh. In order to reach the cascade, one has to indulge in a short trek that has a length of approximately 1 km which is a bonus in itself. Once you reach here, you can lower yourself into the pool and let the pure mountain water heal your body and soul, washing away your fatigue.

Location: Rishikesh-Badrinath Road, 5 km from Laxman Jhula, Rishikesh

Timings: 8 am to 6 pm

Height of the Waterfall: 25 feet

Best Time to visit: September to March

Entry Fee: INR 30 per person

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Rajaji National Park is both a national park as well as a tiger reserve which ranks high amongst the Places to see in Haridwar. The park was created by the amalgamation of 3 sanctuaries- Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla. The park is located in the Shivalik range of Himalayas and spreads over 820kms. 


The park is famous for its 600 elephants, 250 leopards, and 11 tigers along with other animals, who have been kept in the natural forest environment. It has now become the second tiger reserve of Uttarakhand after Corbet.

Location -Ansari Road, Mohand Range, Dehradun

Timing- 6 am to 9 am &  3 pm to 6 pm. Visitors booking a full day safari can wait at the rest house inside the forest.

Best Time to Visit - Park remains open from 15th November to 15th June. Park is closed during the monsoon season.      

Entry Fee - Rs. 150 per head for 3 hours visit. Gypse rate for 3 hrs safari trip is Rs. 2100 and vehicle entry is Rs.250 per vehicle with Indians and Rs. 500 per vehicle with foreigners. The guide cost is Rs. 600 for general guide and Rs.1000-1500 for experience in wildlife.

History of Rajaji National Park



The Rajaji National Park initially started as three separate national parks in Uttarakhand. The pre-existing natural abundance of the area, along with its thriving community of wildlife, flora and fauna and its idyllic weather served as the perfect premise for the establishment of these national parks.

In 1964, a stretch of the Dehradun Forest spanning 90 square kilometres was declared as the Motichur wildlife sanctuary. The Rajaji Wildlife sanctuary had existed since 1948 and the Chilla sanctuary since 1977 in Shivalik and Lansdowne respectively.

In 1983, these three parks were combined to form the Rajaji National Park as it stands today, which covers an area of over 820 square kilometres. In April 2015, Rajaji National Park received the status of a tiger reserve, making it the second reserve for tigers in Uttarakhand.

It remains one of the most picturesque and well-maintained national parks in the country. The government decided to name the park after one of the most renowned freedom fighters of the country- C. Rajagopalachari, who was known as Rajaji.

After playing a pivotal role in fighting for India’s independence, he was also the last Governor-General of post-independence India. He was awarded the Bharat Ratna for his services to the nation.
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Translated in the local language, Rishikund means the 'Pond of the Sage' and is one of the most important places to visit in Rishikesh. A natural hot water spring, it is believed that a pious sage named Kubz was blessed by the Goddess Yamuna who promised to stay in Rishikesh forever.

Located within a close proximity to the Triveni Ghat, the most commonly believed story behind this holy pond narrates that it was once a havan kund. During the ancient times, as the holy Ganges was not flowing nearby, it created a havoc among the people. To please Mother Ganges, few pious devotees performed yagna at this place and at their request, Goddess Yamuna appeared and stayed here forever.

Other stories also says that it was once the bathing place of Lord Rama; dedicated to the lord and his wife Sita, Ragunath Temple was built beside Rishikund. On a clear day, you can witness the reflection of the temple on the surface of the pond. Devotees from various parts of the world flocks this Rishikesh tourist place and offer their prayers to the Goddess Yamuna and seek blessings of the other Gods as well.
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Rishikesh is like a two faced coin, on one side it comprises of the activities like Camping in the foothills of Himalayas, thrilling river rafting in Ganges, Trekking and on the other side it is the most loved holy place, amongst it there is Bharat Mandir, located in the centre of the city, this sacred temple is believed to be one of the oldest religious sites in the entire country and one of the sought after tourist places in Rishikesh. According to the common folklores, the existence of Bharat Mandir is as old as that of Rishikesh! Legends has it that the present day deity of this temple was reinstalled by Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya during 789AD on the auspicious day of Basant Panchnami.

Even till date, devotees flocks this temple on the same day of the Hindu calendar and attend a grand procession wherein the idol of Lord Hrishikesh is taken out for a dip in the holy water and reinstalled in the temple. Believed to be named after 'Bharat', brother of Lord Ram, the main deity of the temple is Lord Vishnu, and has an idol carved from a single piece of black stone.

Legends also has it that after the battle of Kurukshetra, the Pandava brothers while on their way to heaven, took shelter and also offered their prayers to Lord Hrishikesh Narayan in this temple.
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On your visit to Tera Manzil Temple, visit each of its thirteen floors and witness the devotion that engulfs the entire place! Unlike other Rishikesh temples that are dedicated to a single deity, this temple has multiple deities and offers you an amazing opportunity to worship all of them at the same time.

Symmetric architecture, pleasant location and the sanctity that fills in the ambience makes it one of the pious temples in the entire vicinity. Also known as the Trayambakeshwar or Trimbakeshwar Temple, one can enjoy panoramic views of the surroundings from the temple top. A short walk from other landmarks of the city like Lakshman Jhula will get you to this devout temple in Rishikesh.
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Kaudiyala

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This small village haven located 40km away from the Rishikesh Valley between Rishikesh - Badrinath highway with beautiful landscape and foothills is famous for the roaring sounds of the most dangerous rafting rapids.

The 36 km stretch of River Ganges from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh offers some of the world's most fun-filled and challenging Grade III and Grade IV river rapids along with Grade V rapids where rafters come across the most daring and toughest zone called “The Wall” and ‘Daniel’s Dip’ Rapids.

The total time taken to complete the expedition is around 8 hours and is not recommended to first-time river rafters since they feature some serious obstacles while sailing along.

While having magnificent landscapes and toughest Rapids, Kaudiyala is also known for having the finest and best beach camping locations in Rishikesh, surrounded by greenery, mountains and perfect weather(between mid-September to April).

Various sports like volleyball, football, jungle trekking and bird watching can be enjoyed while taking in the warmth of the fiery wood barks by your beach tent along with freshly cooked village food.

Being located about 380m above sea level, the place is surrounded by dense forests making it the place for rock climbing. Visitors are enthralled with a rare view of so many wild animals and endemic flora in their natural habitat making Kaudiyala a scenic and adrenaline pumped destination.

You can reach Kaudiyala by bus or a hired taxi from the Rishikesh Railway Station(40 km) or the Jolly Grant Airport (56km) away.

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Activity Location: Taliyal Gaon, Rishikesh


Check-in Time: 12:00 PM

Check-Out Time: 11:00 AM


About Beach Camping in Rishikesh with Rafting:

Surrounded by blossom green mountains and located at walking distance from the nearby waterfall, the campsite is nestled cozily on a hilly ridge that overlooks the alluring waters of a river stream.

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Rishikesh Bungee Jumping Location: Mohan Chatti, Rishikesh


Activity Timing: Between 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM


About Bungee Jumping in Rishikesh:


Experience a thrilling Bungee jumping experience at India’s first fixed-platform bungee jumping at Mohan Chatti, a beautiful location tucked in the divine Shivaliks. Buckle up because this adventure sport is going to pump up your adrenaline and let you experience an unforgettable adventure.

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Activity Location: Jumping Site, Mohanchatti

Activity Timings: 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM (except tuesday)


About Thrilling Giant Swing Activity in Rishikesh:

Take a leap of faith from an astounding height of 83 m & swing like a pendulum in the middle of nothing from the jumping site of Mohan Chatti with a river flowing beneath. Head out for this once in lifetime activity under the guidance of a trained professional and immerse yourself in the thrill of "feeling alive".

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Activity Location: Mohan Chatti, Rishikesh

Activity Timings: 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Activity duration: 45 - 60 minutes 


About Flying Fox Rishikesh:

Glide through the mesmerizing mountainscapes, several meters above a rippling river with this Flying Fox activity in Rishikesh that allows you to soar right above the white water rapids tied onto a series of extremely strong steel cables, which are attached by a harness and pulley.

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Camp Location: Shivpuri, Rishikesh

Check-In: 12:00PM 

Check-Out: 10:00AM

Camp Duration: 2 Days and 1 Night


About River Rafting in Rishikesh:

Situated in the backdrops of mountains and with a mesmerizing valley view. The campsite offers a once in a lifetime experience for travelers who are nature lover, with a vast swimming pool you can relax and have view of might garhwal mountains and river stream from the campsite.

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Location: Tapovan, Rishikesh
Activity timing: 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM

- River rafting in Rishikesh is something to experience gliding on the rapids of River Ganges.
-When the river enters the city of Rishikesh, it dawns on a raging form, creating rapids (high-speed waves) that make this rafting experience full of excitement.
- In this river rafting in Rishikesh package, you get to choose from options in the length as in how far you want to raft down the river. There are 3 stretches ranging from 9 km to 26 km, with a varying number of grades from II to IV. 
- Apart from this exciting adventure, you also get to experience activities like Cliff Jumping and Body Surfing. You will experience the cliff jumping from the height of 20 to 25 ft. 
- You will be going to enjoy these activities with an experienced instructor cum guide. First, the instructor will give a brief lesson about safety precautions and activity. After that, you will be going to enjoy your rafting experience. 

Package type:
Rafting for 9 km: 
In this type of package, you will be going to enjoy 3 rapids of Grade II ( suitable for beginner or a non-swimmer) and above, which will be covered in a duration of 2 hours. 

Rafting for 16 km:
In this type of package, you will be going to enjoy 3 rapids of Grade III (suitable for non-swimmers who want more thrill), which will be covered in a duration of 3 hours. Also, this package includes cliff jumping and surfing. 

Rafting for 26 km: 
In this type of package, you will be going to enjoy 5 rapids of grade IV (suitable for experienced as this grade is difficult and have high irregular waves), to be covered in a duration of 4-5 hours including cliff jumping and surfing. 

How to reach:
The activity will start in Tapovan and you need to reach here. Tapovan is just 7 km away from Rishikesh. You can easily reach here by public or private cab. 
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This package brings to you a chance to experience a tranquil trekking experience from the Kunjapuri Temple back to Rishikesh Town after spending an amazing time looking at the astounding mountain ranges of the Himalayas.

Kickstart your day early at Kunjapuri Trek by getting picked up from your hotel and driven to the temple of Kunjapuri which is located in the Shivalik Range. From here you can enjoy the views of many high mountains like Swarga Rohini, Gangotri, Banderpunch and Chaukhamba.

After spending some time at this temple located at 1650 m above sea level, follow a 14 km long trail through the forests back to Rishikesh. Passing through villages, paddy fields and forests, you will get a good chance to see the Himalayan wildlife like Barking Deer, Leopard, Civets, and Marten, and numerous Birds and Insects.

The experience comes to an end at the Neegard Waterfall, where you can relax and unwind amidst misty beauty for a while before walking for 1.5 km more to get picked-up in the vehicle which will drop you at the hotel.

As a part of daily hygiene protocol, proper care of hygiene and sanitation is maintained all through to ensure the utmost care and personal safety of the guests.

Min Number of people required: 4
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Location: Rishikesh
Duration: 12 Hours

Key Highlights
- Get Bicycle On Rent In Rishikesh is the best way to explore the local streets, markets, and unexplored places in Rishikesh. Just take your E-bike and go wherever you want very cheaply.
- No need to worry about risky driving, road taxes, fuel costs, and mechanical failures, rent an E-bike in Rishikesh and roam around just the way you like.
- We have the best quality E-bikes and geared bikes with Shimano gear sets to provide you with a smooth and comfortable all-day ride. 
- You can cycle to Triveni Ghat and watch the evening Aarti. It is truly a sight to behold as you bask in the spiritual energy emanating.
- Rishikesh has a lot of attractions to visit. Cycle to Laxman Jhula, Beatles Ashram, and the ghats for a fun and exciting time.

How To Reach:
It is situated at the Tapovan, Rishikesh, which can be easily reached by convenient public and private transportation.

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We have the best in class E-bikes and geared bicycles which are carefully selected to give you a smooth ride in any terrain. 
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Quite contrasting to its stature as being one of the holy shrines of India, Rishikesh is also known for the pool of adventure it offers. And among all of them, missing out on the powered paragliding while you are in Rishikesh would leave your trip incomplete.


It is an activity which takes your adrenaline for a ride. Imagine yourself in an open cockpit, cruising through the cool air with the mighty mountains on all sides and a stunning bird’s-eye view of the lush green valley along with the rippling river below. Surreal?


Gliding through the blue skies, in a parachute propelled by the help of a motorized fan, is a lifetime experience. This is when you can truly say that ‘sky is the limit’.

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Location: Kaudiyala, Rishikesh


Check-in Time: 01:00 PM

Check-out Time: 10:00 PM


About the Campsite:

The campsite is nestled in an area of 2 acres on a lush green foothill with river Ganga flowing on the other side. It's a secluded campsite set in leafy surroundings and combining luxury facilities with a truly relaxed atmosphere.

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"Nestled in the midst of 9 hills offers breathtaking views of the Ganges. The camping experience is great. Hospitable staff. Food is decent. Weather is great. Its a little far off and drive might be a bit tiring considering lot of stoppages in the road up here due to road construction. If you expect it to be along the river on a beach then you shall be disappointed. In fact its located at a steep height from the road and for guys from the plains it shall be a pretty steep climb of 50 odd steps with luggage. For the price it offers a lovely memory. "
31 August 2019
Excellent
Camp located around hills which gave such a amazing view.. Gaurav and staff was so good..and so helpful and make us comfort so we can enjoy our full. Food, camp, cleaning and view all are amazing.. Thank you guyz..the camping was unforgettable for me and my friends..
25 June 2015
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The trekking experience was fine and good. To be honest, the trek was really good. We had a great time. It was one of the really nice treks that I have had.
13 June 2015
Excellent
We were hoping to feel tired and worn out but surprisingly despite the tough trek it was nice and enjoyable and we were with high energy levels even after the trek. This was definitely a nice trekking experience. We had some great memories to take back home and share. I really loved the whole travel too as it was a road trip for us.
10 April 2015
Excellent
I am out of words. This was a great trekking in Uttarakhand. The place is splendid and classy beauty. This is what a perfect vacation looks like.
Overall it was a nice experience at the camp. The members were supportive & cordial. The foods were tasty & good too. But the reception needed to improve soon as we reached Rishikesh for rafting.
26 February 2021
Excellent
The operator has enjoyed monopoly in India in bungee jumping for more than a decade now and truly deserves the same because of their world class infrastructure, equipment and trained staff. As for the activity, it is so thrilling in itself that gives the person a lifelong bragging right. The only suggestion I want to give to the operator is to manage the jumps of their guests on a strict first come first serve basis using a token number or something like that to avoid arguments among the guests at the jumping site.
08 February 2021
Excellent
It was an awesome experience overall. We went through the picturesque canal road and reached there. The camphouse was huge and the best part was that we were the only one there. The food is one of the best we've had in the Himalayas and I have visited the entire himachal. The breeze, the river view and pool are best. They took us to a nice small trek in the evening. Easy access to activities also. Service wise also these guys are the best, they let us connect our phone to the speakers for our music. Tents of nice qualities. Amazing time we had there.
15 January 2021
Excellent
Had a great experiance. We did trekking, rafting, bonfire and the place, view was really nice.
Amazing experience. Has a great view of Ganges, surrounded by hills. The drive from Rishikesh isn't that great because of ongoing road construction plus reaching the campsite itself would be a small trek for some people. Great staff, good food. I traveled solo, met an amazing family there, so all in all it was a fun trip.

People Also Ask About Rishikesh

  1. Which are the places to visit in Rishikesh in one day with family?

    1. Triveni Ghat: Triveni Ghat is a phenomenal confluence of three rivers i.e. Ganges, Yamuna and Saraswati. It is famous for the traditional "Maha Aarti" where Pandits chant the soulful Vedic hymns. Since the Ghat carries an auspicious and spiritual ambience, devotes flock here in numbers to take ritual baths and get cleansed from their sins.

    2. Lakshman Jhula: One of the iconic landmarks of Rishikesh, Lakshman Jhula is one of the best places to visit in Rishikesh in one day with family. As per Hindu Mythology, Lakshmana, Lord Rama’s younger brother crossed the Ganga with the help of a pair of jute ropes. In order to commemorate this act, the suspension bridge was built which is suspended at an elevation of almost 70 feet above the river.

    3. Neelkanth Mahadev Temple: Nestled at a height of 1330 meters in the Pauri Garhwal, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple is a distinguished Hindu pilgrimage site which is dedicated to Nilkanth, an aspect of Lord Shiva.

    4. Rajaji National Park: Amidst the captivating Shiwalik ranges, in proximity to the Indo-Gangetic plains, Rajaji National Park is home to numerous varieties of Flora & Fauna. In addition, it gained the status of a Tiger Reserve on 15th April 2015.
  2. which are the places to visit in Rishikesh in one day with friends?

    1. Shivpuri: Away from a distance of 16 kilometres from Rishikesh, Shivpuri is a heavenly abode for the Millenials. Since the trail of Ganges breaks out five rapids, and the flow of the river is very heavy, the location offers an ideal condition for River Rafting.

    2. Neer Garh Waterfall: As it cascades down in its own pace from the rocky cliffs, Neergarh Waterfalls is nothing short of serenity and is an amazing sight to behold. It will just take 15 -20 minutes of trekking to reach the waterfall. Since the trail passes through thick vegetation, one can come across a rich variety of flora and fauna flocking around the area.

    3. Beatles Ashram: In the foothills of the Himalayas, Chaurasi Kutia received global attention when the Beatles, an English rock band, practised Transcendental Meditation under Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Since December’15, the place has been receiving numerous visitors from all across the globe and has been named as Beatles Ashram.

    4. Kunjapuri Temple: If you are looking out for a spot in Rishikesh for a day out with your friends, Kunjapuri Temple, at a height of 1645 meters is an ideal choice. Trek up to the top and bask in the spiritual ambience along at the hilltop.
  3. Which are the places to visit in Rishikesh in one day at night?

    1. Triveni Ghat: Triveni Ghat is famous for the traditional "Maha Aarti” where Goddess Ganga is worshipped by the Pundits. Every night, a series of Diyas light up the bank and chants of the Vedic hymns fills the atmosphere.

    2. Caming: What’s better than setting up a camp beside the pristine Ganges? Participate in the Bonfire & BBQ night under the starry sky, and create a wealth of memories to cherish for the lifetime.

    3. Little Buddha Cafe: Overlooking the river Ganga, Little Buddha Café is a one-stop destination for satiating your hungry soul. After a long tiring day of sightseeing and a bunch of other activities, gorge onto your favourite meal in the evening and appreciate the beauty of the river flowing by! Along with delectable Indian Dishes, the place also serves Italian and Chinese cuisine.
  4. What are the things to do in Rishikesh in one day?

    1. River Rafting: On a 1 day trip in Rishikesh, partake in adrenaline-pumping River Rafting in the holy Ganges. It has grown popular over the last decade mainly because the region consists of different grades of rapids to suit beginners as well as experienced rafters.

    2. Bunjee Jumping: Next time you plan to visit Rishikesh, embark on the thrilling experience with Bungee Jumping As you jump off the rocky cliff overlooking the River Hall, from a height of 83 meters, and get ready to feel the fanatical rush.

    However, it is not recommended for people with critical medical conditions. Besides, the minimum age requirement is 12 years and has to be 35-120 kilograms in weight.

    3. Hot Air Ballooning: Opt for a Hot Balloon Safari, and get a bird’s eye view of the panoramic landscape of Garhwal Himalayas. As you sit in the basket which is attached to an envelope, containing heated air; the exciting ride will take you to a staggering height of 200-500 in the sky.

    4. Trekking: If you are running out of time and looking for one-day sightseeing in Rishikesh, short trekking to Neer Garh Waterfall & Kunjapuri Temple can prove to be a good choice.
  5. Is Rishikesh worth visiting?

    River Rafting in the Ganges, a visit to Rishikesh is worth your every hard-earned money.

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