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Varun Holiday - Haridwar and Rishikesh Tour

Our Two days Haridwar and Rishikesh tour is perfect for travelers who want to experience the natural environment of the Himalayas. This is journey that will start from Delhi. You will get an opportunity to spend some quality time in two holy cities, including Haridwar and Rishikesh. During the Haridwar Rishikesh tour, you will explore some of the renowned religious sites of Haridwar and Rishikesh. You can attend the Ganga Aarti and seek blessings at Neelkanth Mahadev Temple. You will be provided with comfortable stays, swift transfers, and guided sightseeing tours with Varun Holiday Company.

Haridwar

ARRIVAL DELHI - HARIDWAR

Your Haridwar Rishikesh tour from Delhi starts upon your arrival in the national capital. Our tour representative will meet you at the Delhi Airport or railway station and pick you up for the onward journey.

On arrival in Haridwar, you will have an assisted transfer to the hotel. Complete the check-in formalities and unwind. After refreshing yourself, now you are free to explore the surroundings and beauty of the city. In the evening, visit the largest holy bathing Ghats of Haridwar, Har-ki-Pauri, participate in the splendid Ganga Aarti, and listen to the chants of holy prayers.

Later, return to the hotel for a delicious dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

HAR-KI-PAURI

One of the Tourist places in Haridwar is Har ki Pauri which basically means footsteps of the Lord. It is the holy ghat where river Ganges touches the plains after winding its ways through the Himalayan ranges. Visitors flock along this pious ghat around dawn to take a holy dip. during the Ganga Aarati.

It is mesmerizing to watch the whole ghat getting illuminated by the shimmering lights of the three- tiered lamps of fire in the hands of the priests. Additionally, devotees float thousands of diyas on the surface of the water giving the river Ganges an ethereal aura of beauty. A prime attraction during the day time is a footprint imprinted on a wall which is believed to belong to Lord Vishnu.

Har-Ki-Pauri, Haridwar

MANSA DEVI TEMPLE

Mansa Devi Temple, also known as Bilwa Tirth is one of the Panch Tirth (Five Pilgrimages) is within Haridwar. It is a Tourist attraction in Haridwar which is a Hindu temple dedicated to Mansa Devi, goddess of Snake. The temple is located at the top of Biswas Parvat on the Shivalik Hills which is a part of the southernmost range of Himalaya. Visitors can reach the temple either by 3km steep trek or by cable car which is also known as Mansa Devi Udankhatola.

MANSA DEVI TEMPLE, Haridwar

HARIDWAR - RISHIKESH - DELHI

Wake up to a beautiful day and have a hearty meal. Then, complete the check-out formalities to head towards Rishikesh. En route, visit Chandi Devi Temple and Mansa Devi Temple by cable car (direct payment).

Afterward, head towards Rishikesh, renowned as the 'Yoga Capital of the World'. On arrival in Rishikesh, you will have an assisted transfer to the hotel. Complete the check-in formalities and relax. Then head towards Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva and one of the most revered sites in Hinduism. Also, visit Lakshman Jhula. In the evening, visit Parmarth Niketan to attend the Ganga aarti. After aarti, have some refreshments and then proceed to drive back to Delhi. Our representative will drop you at the footstep of your place of stay so you do not need to worry about conveyance availability in the late night. With this, your Overnight Haridwar Rishikesh Tour with Varun Holiday ends on a good note.

LAKSHMAN JHULA

Lakshman Jhula happens to be one of the famous hanging bridges across the holy river Ganga. The jhula is a link in between two important villages in Rishikesh. It connects the Tapovan village in Tehri Garhwal and Jonk village in Pauri Garhwal.

Lakshman Jhula has its significance in the most popular Hindu Mythology, Ramayana. As per the tales, Lord Ram and Lakshman had crossed the river Ganga at this place. The duo crossed the river Ganga with the help of just two ropes. In order to praise this act of fearlessness, Lakshman Jhula was built.

This 284 feet long suspended bridge was the main point of contact between the villages until the year 1889. However, one of the floods in the year 1924 completely washed away the bridge.

LAKSHMAN JHULA, Rishikesh

RAM JHULA

The famous Ram Jhula was initially a bridge made of very strong jute ropes, tightly intertwined to give it strength and to help it bear the weight of passers- by. It did not have any pillars to provide structural support in the beginning. Later, it was re-constructed with iron in the year 1986 by the PWD under government supervision.

Since it is located in the spiritual and holy city of Rishikesh, the name of the bridge is derived from the Aryan King- Lord Ram- the protagonist of the epic Ramayana. The other famous bridge on the river is the Lakshman Jhula.

The story goes that in the era of Ram's reign, Lakshman had crossed the Ganga with the help of two ropes.

Ram JHULA, Rishikesh

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