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From Delhi: 3 Days Haridwar Rishikesh Tour

1. From Delhi: 3 Days Haridwar Rishikesh Tour

Day 1 Arrive Delhi - Haridwar On the starting day of your tour we will receive you in the morning from Delhi hotel/ airport and your drive continue towards the holy city Haridwar. This total journey takes around 5 hour to cover the distance of 230 kms. Upon reaching get refreshment at your hotel. Start your afternoon tour by visiting the mansa devi temple which is located on the top of a hill and you will choose aan option to climb up to by yourself or to take a cable car ride. This is the holy shrine of Goddess mansa which means wishful Goddess. Afterwards visit the Maya Devi temple, Daksha Mahadev Temple, Sapta rishi temple etc. In the evening you will enjoy the evening prayer ceremony at Har Ki Pauri the “Step to the god” here thousand of oil lamps floating in the river ganges and the sound of bells and chanting of mantras will be a showcase of Indian culture. After the dinner come back to your hotel for the overnight stay. Day 2: Haridwar – Rishikesh In the morning enjoy your breakfast and head towards the yoga city Rishikesh. This is just half an hour away from Haridwar. Upon reaching at Rishikesh check in to your hotel first and afterwards you will explore the beautiful ashrams and temples of this divine land. First of all visit the top attraction Lakshman Jhula which is an iron suspension bridge and connect the both side of Rishikesh city. Here you will found so many locals will also ride their two wheeler vehicles on the same bridge. Also visit the thirteen step temple, Ram Jhula, Swarg Ashram, Gita bhawan or Geeta Press which is world famous for its religious books. Here a unique restaurant is “Chotiwala” is ready for your sumptuous lunch. Also take a glimpse of some beautiful ashrams where you will see the Yoga classes. Before the sunset everyone in this city will march to the direction of the famous ashram Parmarth Niketan. This beautiful ashram is famous for the evening prayer ceremony of river Ganges where you will live watching the musical performances by the foreigner and Indian singers and musicians. This performance will rejuvenate not only your body but also your soul. At the end of the ceremony you will return back to your hotel for overnight stay. Day 3 Rishikesh – Delhi Morning on leisure, if you are interested take a walk to river side or enjoy a yoga session at your hotel. Later you will be transferred to Delhi airport to catch your flight for the onwards journey.

From Delhi: 2-Day Tour of Rishikesh and Haridwar

2. From Delhi: 2-Day Tour of Rishikesh and Haridwar

Day 1- After pickup from your hotel, sit back and relax as you’re driven 240 km to Rishikesh. Known as the gateway to the Himalayas, Rishikesh is home to many famous ashrams and has the River Ganges flowing through it. Head to the ‘Beatles Ashram’, where The Beatles were taught transcendental meditation by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in the 1960s. See the yoga hall and spiritual discourse studio, and walk past huts that are made from pebbles from the River Ganges.  In Ram Jula, stand on an iron suspension bridge over the River Ganges. The bridge links Swarg Ashram and Sivananda Ashram, which stand on opposite sides of the river. Join a 1-hour yoga session in the Parmarth Niketan Ashram. This is the largest ashram in Rishikesh and is located on the banks of the River Ganges. The last activity of the day is an evening prayer on the banks of the River Ganges. Afterward, you will spend the night at a hotel in Rishikesh. Day 2 - Start the day with a drive to the holy city of Haridwar. This ancient city is an important Hindu pilgrimage site in North India’s Uttarakhand state, where the River Ganges exits the Himalayan foothills. Visit the Mansa Devi Temple, built atop the Bilwa Parvat on the Sivalik Hills. It can be reached either by trekking or by a rope-way. It is said that this very holy temple emerged from the mind of the great Kashya. Continue to Har ka Pauri, one of the most ancient pilgrimage centers in India. Har Ka Pauri is popular as it is known as the site of the footprints of Lord Vishnu. King Vikramaditya constructed this sacred place in memory of his brother Bhatrihari, who is believed to have come to Haridwar to meditate.

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