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Visit the adventure capital of India, the marvelous and thrilling city of Rishikesh on your next vacation with your friends and family! The 'Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas', Rishikesh is located at the base of the Himalayas and is blessed with the gorgeous, thundering river of Ganga, the popular trek friendly rugged terrains, challenging peaks, strenuous rapids and dense forests! If you are an ardent traveler, then Rishikesh makes for one of the most ideal weekend getaways near Delhi.
Being one of the holiest cities in India, Rishikesh is quite famous for its scenic landscape and serves as a gateway to other important religious centers such as Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. The adventurer paradise is a happening hub of many ancient temples and attractions such as Gita Bhawan, Laxman Jhula, Bharat Mandir, Neelkanth Mahadev, Swarga Ashram, Triveni Ghat amongst others! Grab your cameras and adventure gear and head to Rishikesh for an adventure packed holiday!
Distance from Delhi: 228km
Best time to visit: Throughout the year
Attractions: Triveni Ghat, Ram and Lakshman Jhula, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple and Vashista Cave
Activities: River Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Camping, Rappelling, Rock Climbing and Trekking
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
Bandarpoonch top, the Gangotri gathering of tops, Kedarnath crest in the north,
Doon valley and the snow tops of Chanabang.
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 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. This makes it conceivable to do it over a weekend.
Highlights – Trekking, Camping, Hiking
Location - Uttrakhand
Difficulty Level: Average
Deoriatal is maybe the main
trek on our rundown that gives most extreme returns for the exertion put in.
There are three things that are truly staggering about the Deoriatal to
Chandrashila top trek. In any case, Deoriatal has the best backwoods trek
amongst all our treks. On the off chance that you take the area between
Deoriatal lake and Bhrujgali camp, it is infrequently shocking to envision the
amount of assortment wildernesses can be in.
There are segments with thick lush trees, there are greenery secured trails through concealing passages and there are trails that weave through clearings in the wildernesses. Also, we camp blast amidst the woodland in a completely open clearing at Rohini Bugyal.
Highlights - Trekking, Rafting, Camping
Location - Uttarakhand, India
Difficulty Level: High
Not a lot of places in Rishikesh can boast the peace and calm that one experiences at Triveni Ghat and that is saying a lot. Ganga Aarti at Triveni Ghat is a tranquil and peaceful experience that is sure to fill you with a sense of calm and quiet introspection.
The Ganga Aarti is performed as a mark of respect and devotion to Goddess Ganga and is attended by hundreds and thousands of locals and tourists every day. After sunset, the ghat lights up with the light from the lamps that are set afloat on leaf boats after the Aarti. It is truly a sight to behold and the power of spirituality can be truly understood and experienced making it a must thing to do in Rishikesh.
Best Season: The Aarti is performed throughout the year.
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. Travelling 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, 1000s 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 sun set on the Greater Hiamalayan Peaks and the vast Indo Gangetic plains.
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