Watch the sunrise from Kunjapuri Temple then take a 5-mile (8 km) downhill hike on a private 6-hour tour from Rishikesh. Soak in panoramic views of the Ganga River and Himalayas in the distance, and get a close look at local villages and farms. Top it off with a swim at Neer Gaddu waterfall before returning to Rishikesh.
On the banks of the Ganges River, the city of Rishikesh, dubbed the "yoga capital of the world," is considered among the holiest places in India. Experience the best of the city with this tour, which will take you to famous temples and ashrams, with a stop for lunch and plenty of time to browse bustling markets. You'll end your day at the evening aarti (prayer) ceremony at the Parmath Niketan Ashram before heading back to your hotel for the evening.
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.
Kunjapuri Temple Sunrise Trek is the best adventure & spiritual activity nearby Rishikesh in the Himalaya. It gives a marvelous mountains sunrise view with visibility of some sacred peaks of Himalaya, namely Neelkanth Peak, Bandar Punch Peak, Yamunotri range of mountains, etc. including the Himalayan village walks, local Himalayan lifestyle, livestock encounters you while trekking & You trek back through biggest waterfalls of Rishikesh is called Neer Waterfalls. Kunjapuri is supposed to be a protector of Kunja Village, a mountaintop temple perched at an elevation of 1650 meter at a distance of 30 km from Rishikesh in the Himalaya.Neer Gaddu Waterfall is a famous waterfall for a small Trek. The water flowing from natural rocky cliffs tempts the visitors to take a cool dip in the narrow stream.
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.
Kedarkantha is a 12,500 ft (3810m) high mountain summit on the Garhwal Himalaya. It lies in the Uttarkashi District of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is flanked by the Har-ki-Dun Valley and Swargarohini peak to the north, the Bandarpunch mountain massif to the north-east and Rupin Pass at Himachal Pradesh - Uttarakhand border to the north west.
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.
Embark on an overnight camping trip to the stunning Himalayas near Rishikesh. Trek in the foothills of the world’s most famous mountain range and admire the picturesque scenery. Spend your trip immersed in the tranquil settings—setting up your camp, preparing food by the campfire, and sharing stories. This tour also includes a visit to the small mountain village of Kota to learn about the daily life of residents.
This 3 day private tour include private transport from Delhi, local guide service and 2 nights hotel stay in Haridwar or in Rishikesh. Haridwar regarded as one of the seven holiest places to Hindus. According to the Samudra manthan, Haridwar along with Ujjain, Nashik and Prayagraj is one of four sites where drops of Amrit, the elixir of immortality, accidentally spilled over from the pitcher while being carried by the celestial bird Garuda. Rishikesh is a city in the Himalayan foothills beside the Ganges River just 20 km from Haridwar. The river is considered holy, and the city is renowned as a center for studying yoga and meditation. Temples and ashrams (centers for spiritual studies) line the eastern bank around Swarg Ashram.
Escape the tourist track and discover picturesque natural landscapes on this one-way trek from Rishikesh to Kunjapuri, which includes a comfortable ride back to your starting point. Get a glimpse of local life in tiny mountain villages, admire Haridwar and Doon Valley from panoramic vantage points, and try your luck spotting local wildlife, from wild peacock to deer.
Brahmatal trek is one of the rare gems of outdoor adventure in India. It is one challenging yet doable winter trek which in itself, it is unique. Trekking in the snowy realms of Himalayas in the months of December, Jan, Feb and March is certainly surreal and an outlandish experience for nature enthusiasts. Snow lovers just can’t say no to this one! Nestled in the picturesque hills of Uttarakhand this trek gives one an opportunity to experience wilderness at its rawest and best. The trek is varied in terms of terrain yet is fairly easy for beginners and lesser experienced trekkers. One gets to traverse in snow laden dense rhododendron and oak forests amidst mineral rich mountain streams and walk across wildflowers that create a carpet like formation. Nothing less than an animated Disney movie!
People have fallen unconscious due to the heady scent of flowers, we do not know how much of that is true however the valley of flowers has a beauty which is unparalleled, and colors are straight out of a fantasy.Brief History: In 1931, Frank S. Smythe, Eric Shipton and R.L. Holdsworth, all British mountaineers, lost their way while returning from a successful expedition to Mt.Kamet and happened upon the valley, which was full of flowers. They were attracted to the beauty of the area and named it the "Valley of Flowers. The valley is also home to some rare and endangered animal species like Asiatic black deer, snow leopard, musk deer, red fox, brown bear and blue sheep. The park stretches over an expanse of 87.50 km2 and it is about 8 km long, 2 km wide and is filled with floral pastures, running streams and beautiful backdrop of the mountains.
See the sights of Rishikesh on a private tour. Benefit from the services of an English-speaking expert and visit the must-see monuments in Rishikesh.Highlights:• Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver• Free hotel pickup and drop-off included• Informative, friendly and professional guide• All entrance fees included• Pickup and drop-off to most of the areas in Rishikesh.• All taxes, fees and handling charges
Take a day trip to Kunjapuri Temple, and witness the beauty of the Himalayas that can be seen from this point. The best time to visit the sacred Kunjapuri Devi Temple in Rishikesh is during sunrise that offers a panoramic view of picturesque locations. Explore the temple and pass through the local villages during the hike. Also on the way witness the beauty of Neergarh Waterfall.
A great place to explore the rich biodiversity of Uttarakhand is Rajaji National Park, which lies tucked away in the foothills of the Shivalik mountains. Rajaji National Park is spread over three districts of Uttarakhand, which include Dehradun and nearby Haridwar and Pauri Garhwal. The reserve houses several rare species of flora and fauna, including the likes of Asian elephants, Bengal tigers, gharials, pythons, bears, leopards and subtropical varieties of vegetation.
Kedar Kantha TrekKedar Kantha trek is one of the most beautiful trek in Garhwal Himalayas and on the way to top you will be camping and crossing prettiest locations in the Himalayas. From the summit (12,600 feet) you will see the magnificent views of the great Himalaya.
At an elevation of 3024mt above sea level Dodital is a perfect trek for first timers. Situated north of Uttarkashi the lake has Crystal clear waters and surrounded by dense Oak, Pine, and Deodar forests. With peaks like Banderpunch and Kala Naag in all their glory the trek gives you all pleasures a Himalayan beauty has to offer. The lake has abundance Himalayan Golden trout a rare group of fish. The trail to the top has been traditionally used by Herdsmen for cattle grazing holy man to walk between the holy towns of Yamunotri and Gangotri.
Benog Tibba Nature Trail is the best day trek tour near hill station Mussoorie in Uttarakhand. Benog Hill trek is a forest nature trail in the Mountain Quail Santuary which takes you to the Jwala Devi temple at Benog Hill top (2,250m). Benog hill trekking tour is a delight for nature lovers, wildlife photographers & suitable for hikers of all age groups.
Experience the essence of the Himalayas with us providing you the opportunity to connect with the local people, taste the local food, hike a beautiful forest trail, camp near a high altitude lake, witness the thousand year old Shiva & his son temple, summit a peak & seeing the magical sunrise.
This cave was founded by Saraswati Nijanand swami Ji and is dedicated to Guru Gorakshnath. Alha Udals, one of the very famous spiritual guru meditated inside these caves followed by many other famous gurus. The name Jhilmil comes from Guru Jhilmila Ji who also lived one of these caves.A visit to a Himalayan natural cave nearby Rishikesh, where ancient Hindus used to go for the spiritual retreat and most famous Hindu monk who attained enlightenment in the very cave, Swami Jhilmil Ji, Apart from cave you will also visit architecturally very rich temple of Shiva, is known as Neelkanth Mahadev in the midst of mountains n the Neelkanth Mountains. And you get back to Rishikesh by hiking through the Rajaji National Park ( wildlife sanctuary ), en-route, visit Mouni Baba cave, where you get a chance to have an interaction with a Hindu Naga Sadhu, who lives in the cave since childhood.
Naag Tibba (9915 Feet) also known as the serpent’s peak is probably the best beginners trek due to its proximity from the major cities and easy challenge which it gives you. The trek goes through beautiful forest and the summit provides you with the excellent view of the Indian Himalayas.It presents stunning views of Bandarpoonch peak, the Gangotri group of peaks, Kedarnath peak in the north and the Doon valley.For those who want climb till 10000 feet, walk through forests and enjoy everything Himalayan camping has to offer without spending too much time and energy Naag Tibba is perfectNaag Tibba is also a great way to familiarize yourself with the hills and prepare yourself for longer Himalayan treks.• Best Weekend trek from Delhi • Easiest Way to start your Himalayan journey• Offers Stunning view of Himalayan Panorama• Camp Under the starry skies