Rishikesh attracts tourists & travelers from all over the globe! Every year; many flocks to Rishikesh with the dream of witnessing the spiritual beauty of the place. The small holy city of Rishikesh has so much to offer. There are a lot of attractions that lure tourists to visit this beautiful city again & again. You will definitely get something here matching your interest.
• Ram Jhula
The hanging bridge of Ramjhula is among the favourite tourist attractions in Rishikesh. More than this; there are also other beautiful & spiritual places to explore such as Swarg Ashram, ParmarthNiketan, GeetaBhawan, Bhootnath Temple, Vanaprastha Ashram and so on.
Besides a famous spiritual destination; LakshmanJhula is also known as the adventurous destination. The hanging bridge of the place connects two villages of Uttarakhand, i.e., Tapovan of district TehriGarhwal&Jonk of district PauriGarhwal. The view one can witness from the bridge is really mesmerising.
• Raja Ji National Park
Raja Ji National Park in Rishikesh is actually a Tiger Reserve and amalgam of Rajaji Sanctuary, Chilla Sanctuary and Motichur Sanctuary of Uttarakhand. Established in the year of 1983, this sanctuary covers the three districts of Uttarakhand, i.e., Dehradun, Haridwar&PauriGarhwal.
• NeelkanthMahadev Temple
Dedicated to "Devo k Dev"; Lord Shiva, Neelkanth Temple is perched at an altitude of 1330m in Rishikesh. Amidst the sylvan forest; this temple is very famous among travelers and local people as well. This temple has a great accreditation that at this place; Lord Shiva consumed the poison originated from the sea.
• The Beatles Ashram
One of the preferred destination for yoga, meditation and photography; Beatles Ashram is one of the favourite tourist attractions in Rishikesh. Earlier known as, "Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Ashram"; this ashram comes to an eye of the people after the arrival of the famous band group; Beatles in 1968.
• NeerGaddu Waterfall
A short trek and a famous picnic spot; "Neergaddu Waterfall" is situated just a distance of 9 km from the main city of Rishikesh. The captivating beauty and spectacular waterfall of the destination will surely leave you mesmerised.
• Kunjapuri Temple
A renowned Shakti Peeth, located at a height of 1700 meters; Kunjapuri Temple is the best place to witness wonderful view of Sunrise & Sunset. There is a mythological belief behind this temple that the burned chest of Goddess Sati had fallen here and so a Shakti Peeth was established at the same place.
Located in the Patna Village of Rishikesh; Patna Waterfall is a stupendous waterfall and a beautiful trek. Apart from the waterfall, it is also famous for the limestone caves located next to the waterfall.