One Day Trip Haridwar and Rishikesh

Package Cost Per Car
Type of Car
Price Per  Car
Tata Indigo
4+ Driver INR 6600
Toyota Etios / Swift Dzire
4+ Driver INR 6800
Tavera / Mahindra Xylo
7+ Driver INR 9200
Toyota Innova
6+ Driver INR 9000
Tempo Traveller
11+ Driver INR 14500


Included Features :-

      • Private Tour in AC CAR with Driver as per Itinerary.
      • Fuel, Parking's, Toll Taxes, State Taxes & Driver Allowance.
      • Sightseeing in : Haridwar & Rishish
      • All Sightseeing & Transfers by Car
      • All applicable taxes

Excluded Features :-

      • Food, Lunch during Tour.
      • Entrance Fees of Monument, Garden or Tempmle
      • Any Alcohol, Wine, Beer with Lunch.
      • Camera fees at monuments.
      • Tipping for guide & driver.
      • Anything not mention in included features list.

Itinerary - Flexible Timing

Flexible Timing ( 0600 Hrs. to 2200 Hrs. )

Palace covered :-  Laxman Jhoola, Laxmanji Temple,  Bharat Mata Mandir,  Swarg Ashram,  Anand Bhawan,  Yoga Training Centre, Sapt Rishi Ashram, Pawan Dham, Vaishno Mata Mandir, Shiva Temple, Har ki pauri

Haridwar :- is believed to be  blessed by the presence of all three major Gods of Hindus namely Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwar. Hence it's often called the “Gateway to God”. Dense forests and absolute clear water of river Ganges and the serene fold mountains at the background create the charming beauty of this holy city. Rishikesh on the other hand is called the “Gateway of Char Dum”.

Har Ki Pauri :- is a famous bathing ghat on the banks of the River Ganges in Haridwar. Har means God(Shiva) and Pouri means Footprint .It is believed that Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu have visited this place in ancient times. Here one can see the footprints of Lord Vishnu on a stone wall. Har ki Pauri is also a main place for holy bath during Kumbh Mela.
Ganga Arthi is performed at Har-ki-Pauri during Morning sunrise & evening sunset. It is one of the famous rituals in India. It starts after sunset, with great crowds gathered in the region of both the banks of a canal which carries the waters of Ganges. This Ceremony is dedicated to River Ganga which is constantly providing life in the form of her water to people. Ganga Arthi uses fire as an offering.

Mansa Devi Temple :- is one of the oldest holy places in the town of Haridwar. The temple is located atop the Bilwa Parvat on the Shivalik Hills.. The temple holds the holy abode of Manasa, who is said to have  emerged from the mind of the sage Kashyap in the form of “shakthi”. Mansa is regarded as the sister of the holy serpent Vasuki. Mansa means wish and it is believed that the goddess fulfils all the wishes of a sincere devotee. Hence no devotee turnsout without visiting this temple. Devotees who want their wishes to be fulfilled by Goddess Mansa tie threads to the branches of a tree located here. Once their wishes are fulfilled, people come back to the temple to untie the thread from the tree.

Ram Jhula :- is an iron suspension bridge situated at Muni Ki Reti in Rishikesh. It connects Swargadham, Gita Bhawan and other temples and is situated 3 km north of Rishikesh. Built in the 1980s, over the Ganges to cross the river is also a landmark in the city. One can see much more commotion here than in Laxman Jhula as there are more ashrams and temples near this bridge.

Sivananda Ashram :-  is located beside the holy river Ganges. It is the headquarters and spiritual focal point of a vast worldwide organization called "The Divine Life Society”. This Ashram caters to the cultural needs of the people of all class. Its aim is to disseminate spiritual knowledge through the preservation of the ancient traditions and cultural practices of India by establishing centers for practicing yoga, publishing books, magazines etc..

Gita Bhawan :-  is situated on the banks of the holy river Ganges, in the  middle of Himalayan ranges at Swargashram. It comprises a number of discourse halls and over 1000 rooms which are available free of charge for the stay of devotees. It offers many quiet and peaceful spots for sadhana and meditation which attracts numerous devotees to flock in.
Swarg Ashram means Heavenly Adobe. It is located 5 km from Rishikesh. As the name connotes, it is a beautiful place situated in picturesque surroundings at the foothills of Himalayas. Swarg Ashram built in memory of Swami Vishudhanand  is the spiritual "ground zero” of Rishikesh, filled with a assemblage of various ashrams and temples.

Laxman Jhula :- is a 450 ft. long cantilever  bridge on the river Ganges in Rishikesh. Laxman Jhula which was once a jute rope bridge was reconstructed by Rai Bahadur Sherprashad Tulshan and was opened to traffic in 1930.It is believed that Lord Ram’s younger brother Laxman crossed River Ganges using a jute rope from here. And hence the bridge was named after him. This bridge gives you a very attractive scenic view of Rishikesh. View of the 13 storey Trayambakeswar temple also called

Tera Manzil :- is located at the other end of the Laxman Jhula is a treat to your eyes gives you a serene feeling . Lakshmi Temple and Sachha Akhileswar Mahadev Temple are also one of the major attractions around Laxman Jhula In the market which is just a walk away from Laxman Jhula one can buy precious stones, religious items to paintings and statues of almost every deity in the Hindu pantheon.