Enjoy the attractions of trekking tour in Rishikesh

Rishikesh day tour

Enjoy the attractions of trekking tour in Rishikesh

Jan 9, 2019, 11:25:22 PM Life and Styles

In the hearts of the Hindus, Rishikesh is a holy town occupying great importance. At the convergence of the sacred rivers Ganga and Chandrabhaga, it is located at the foothills of the Himalayas.

There are others famous pilgrimage centers such as Kedarnath, Gangotri, Badrinath, and Yamunotri, it serves as the gateway. When you are thinking for going for Rishikesh day tours, then it is important to know that this holy destination is famous for river rafting and offers amazing adventure opportunities.  

Attractions of Rishikesh

Triveni Ghat

This is one of the most important attractions of Rishikesh tour in a day. Evening Ganga Aarti of Triveni Ghat, every evening this ghat becomes the venue for the aarti or puja which is performed. It is part of their visit to attend the Evening Ganga Aarti.

Lakshman Jhula

Attracting many tourists, Lakshman Jhula is a landmark of Rishikesh. Lakshman Jhula is a suspension bridge which was built in the year 1939 and towers to a height of 450 feet. Later on, there was an addition of the Ram Jhula.

Offering the breathtaking views of the river and the surroundings, the Lakshman Jhula is constructed over river Ganga. It is really refreshing and entertaining when it comes to the boat rides at the Ganges in Rishikesh. Fed by the pilgrims who come here, the Ganges here teems with fish.


For those who are trekking in Rishikesh, they can also visit the beautiful temple at Tapovan dedicated to Lord Lakshman. Lakshmana carried out penances here according to the legend. Bharata medicated here who was the brother of Lakshmana. Swargashram and the Geeta Bhavan are also located here.

Neel Kanth Mahadev temple, Raghunath Temple, Pushkar Temple, Venkateshwara Temple, Chandra Mauleshwaran Temple, Shatrughan Temple, Bharat Mandir, and Lakshman Temple are the other major temples which are located here.

River Rafting

Rishikesh beckons you to plunge into river rafting boasting of captivating rivers. Offering oodles of fun, excitement, and thrill, such an adventure sport is a great experience. Being functional during the end of September to mid-December and from mid-February to April, there are several river camps here. September to November and March to May is the best season for river rafting in Rishikesh.
You can also enjoy some interesting adventure sports here, the most famous being river rafting apart from soaking your spirits in peace and spirituality.

The sun does not shine on you but inside you at Rishikesh… The rivers flow through you not by you. In a matter of minutes, you live all the years of the past. As the last day of your life, you start to think of the present. You wish that the seconds were under your control as life takes the form of time. It is just the thing for that adrenaline crazy, adolescent hearts when it comes to rafting out here.

For white water rafting and other adventurous activities, Rishikesh is a very popular place for sport, thousands of tourists flock to the World Capital Yoga to find their lost spirits and dwells in the lap of nature every year.  Against the fast flowing cold currents of the Ganges, it is a magical battle.  
Including rafting trip, overnight camping, and a trek among the hills, there are various local travel agencies who offer packages for Rishikesh day tours.

Best Trekking Experience at Rishikesh Day Tour

Constructed under expert’s designers from New Zealand, it is the first destination in India to have a Bungee Jumping point. Hiking, mountain biking, cliff jumping, rock climbing, kayaking, rappelling as well, one can also indulge in these activities. From January up till March, skiing can be done at Auli approximately 8-9 hours drive from Rishikesh. In Asia, this is considered to be one of the best slopes. The supernatural ethos could also camp quietly on the banks of Ganges those with a desire to romance.

Ayurveda and Reiki treatments, astrology services etc can also be hosted to Rishikesh. It is a must when it comes to a dip in the Holy waters of the Ganges. It is a great spiritual experience. Lakshman Jhoola, Trayambakeshwar Temple, Shiv Mandir, Bharat Mandir, Rama Jhoola etc can also be visited as a spiritual quest. Selling various religious paraphernalia and clothes, you could also shop around the flea markets.

Through the rail and roads, Rishikesh is accessible. Handling about two flights from Delhi, the nearest airport is the Jolly Grant Airport. The most feasible hassle-free option is getting to Rishikesh through a car. You will be rewarded with memorable holidays once you plan a religious or an adventure tour to India. From all over the world, the attractions of Rishikesh draws thousands of tourists. Rishikesh day tours can move your excitement level into high gear for adventure enthusiasts.

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