Rishikesh is one of the world’s holiest cities, a Himalayan spiritual hub packed with impressive cultural sights. Many travelers rush through the city’s highlights, but you’ll spend time exploring each location during this scenic and fully personalized private walking tour. Visit the city’s iconic suspension bridge and sneak a first-hand peek at the famous Ganga Aarti ceremony while getting an insider’s view of the Hindu faith.
Rishikesh is known as an abode of sages. Rishikesh is a holy town with so many Ashrams and it is famous for yoga world wide. The trip starts with the drive between the hills and river. Enjoy the natural beauty you are surrounded with. You have lot of things to visit on the entire day like Ram Jhulla, Lakshman Jhulla, Triveni Ghat, Parth Niketan Ashram and before ending the day you also enjoy the Arti at the banks of Ganga.
The Ganga Aarti ceremony is a sacred ritual in the Hindu religion and pays tribute to the great Ganges River. Experience the evening Ganga Aarti during your time in Rishikesh to get a deeper sense of Hinduism. This private tour includes a tour guide who can explain the various parts of the ceremony so you can understand the ins and outs. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
1. Highly experienced and knowledgeable guides to learn about Ashrams, Religion and Rishikesh.2. We are pioneer in walking tours in the region and our years of experience will certainly make it worth for you.3. The beauty of the tour is not just what you will see but how you will see.
Mussoorie Heritage Walk starts at the 1st permanent residence of Mussoorie. This walk ends at the Picture Palace. It moves along the Landour Bazar, down some secret hidden lanes, old unseen buildings, palaces, clubs etc. Here we stop at the oldest sweet shop in Mussoorie for a chai with samosa and talk with the owners. Also includes a curated tour at the Mussoorie Heritage Centre, which is the local archive, research, history display and craft centre and is housed in a historic building.
1. Experience this unmatched experience with haunted stories that you to remember for lifetime.2. Visit some of the scariest Mussoorie haunted places that even Ruskin Bond writes about! and listen the tragic story of lovers who died for each other, mysterious deaths of miners, haunted houses.3. Our friendly storytellers will ensure that this walk be the most haunted and unforgettable experience for you to remember for life.
Sainji Village Tour takes you to villages Sainji & Bhatoli, located in the Jaunpur block, which is on the western side of Mussoorie. These villages are two of the very few authentic villages surviving the fast changing winds of modernization. These are marked by remarkable Vernacular architecture, water mills, old style organic farming, splendid music, language, costumes etc. An authentic jaunpuri meal will be served and travellers are made to interact with village people. Guests can also try their hand at the watermill.
Explore Musssorie in a different light, visit and know destinations without any time constraints, you have the ability to also choose your hours, the guiding charges are fixed and we can also arrange transportation on request
This 2 full-day private day trip allows you to explore some of the most significant places in the holy city of Rishikesh. Finish your visit with a viewing of Ganga Aarti, one of the most powerful spiritual rituals held in honor of Goddess Ganga, the goddess of the holiest river in India.
Mussoorie Heritage Walk - Kulri / Camel`s Back starts at the Picture Palace. This walk covers the entire Kulri, Camel’s Back and Library area. It ends at the commencing point. It covers the Cemetry, Oldest Skating Rink, Christ Church, some other scattered old business establishments etc. Also includes a stop at one of the oldest cafes in town.
Mussoorie Heritage Walk starts at Char Dukan and takes you around the loop (chukkar), where you get an insight about the beginning of Landour and Mussoorie, the British life from 1820’s -1960’s. The life of the British Army is discussed in the course of the walk. The legacies of the old buildings, architecture, their inhabitants etc is also talked about. Also includes a stop at one of the oldest families in the area.