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Haridwar to Rishikesh - A Spiritual Sojourn Along the Ganges

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Frequently used route

Haridwar - Cheela Colony - Veerbhadra - Rishikesh

20 km

1 hour


Enchanting Pit Stops

Known for river rafting and camping


A serene spot with clear river waters


Offers adventure activities like cliff jumping


A famous bridge with spiritual significance

Laxman Jhula

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A popular spot for North Indian food

Chotiwala, Haridwar

Offers a variety of cuisines

The Sitting Elephant, Rishikesh

Known for its coffee and snacks

Devraj Coffee Corner, Rishikesh

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Rishikesh, where the Ganges gracefully flows, A town of ashrams, yoga, and spiritual glows. Nestled in the hills, a serene retreat, Where the soul finds solace, and hearts beat.

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A suspension bridge with panoramic views

Laxman Jhula

A sacred bathing spot on the Ganges

Triveni Ghat

A revered temple dedicated to Lord Shiva

Neelkanth Mahadev Temple

Famous for its association with the legendary band

Beatles Ashram

Places to visit in and around Rishikesh

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Little Buddha Café – Known for its global menu and views. Oasis Café – A cozy spot for healthy and organic food. Pure Soul Cafe – Offers a range of vegan dishes.

Places to eat in Rishikesh

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Kunjapuri Temple

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A temple atop a hill with stunning sunrise views

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The Ashram the Beatles left behind in India

The Beatles, the world’s most famous band, require little introduction. During their time together, George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and Ringo Starr travelled to India to meditate and collaborate on several songs on the legendary White Album. And it was at Chaurasi Kutia, also known as the Beatles Ashram, where one of music’s greatest works ever was written.

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