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North India has gems of culture, heritage, spirituality, and adventure that will mesmerize you. Delhi, Haridwar, and Rishikesh provide you with a complete experience of the spiritual and cultural beauty of North India. Delhi Haridwar Rishikesh Tour Packages allow you to visit these spectacular locations and savor their beauty.

We at "Holidays DNA" at have specially designed Delhi Haridwar Rishikesh Tour Packages to help you explore the beauty and culture of North India. Our packages are tailored to suit all your needs and provide you with the best experience of these wonderful places.

Our "Delhi Haridwar Rishikesh Tour Packages" provide you with an opportunity to explore the historical, cultural, and religious aspects of the three cities. You can dig up the region’s history and soak in the spiritual atmosphere of the land. Our packages also offer a range of adventure activities, including trekking, rafting, and camping.

We also offer customized packages that are tailor-made to suit your needs and preferences. From pick up from the airport or railway station to ensuring you have a comfortable stay, our team of professionals is dedicated to making your trip memorable. Our travel experts will ensure you visit the region's best spots and enjoy your vacation comfortably.

Our Delhi Haridwar Rishikesh Tour Packages are tailored to suit all types of budgets and preferences.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Rishikesh that can be visited with this package

1. Neelkanth Mahadev Temple

Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Rishikesh

Neelkanth Mahadev Temple is a popular Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that at this location, Lord Shiva consumed the poison that originated when the gods and the demons churned the ocean to obtain nectar. It is located at 1330 m height.

The temple offers breathtaking views of the surrounding forests and mountain ranges. You can take a holy bath in the hot spring, and witness the wish-fulfilling banyan tree. Maha Shivaratri festival is celebrated with grand fervor at the temple.

2. Tera Manzil Mandir

Tera Manzil Mandir, Rishikesh

Also known as Kailash Niketan or Triambakeshwar Temple, Tera Manzil Mandir is a 13-story shrine dedicated to several Hindu deities. Located on the Ganga riverbank, you can soak in the beautiful sunset views from atop the 13th floor of the temple.

The temple was built by Adi Shankaracharya in the 9th century and exhibits mesmerizing symmetric architecture. You must visit the temple during the grand celebrations of Shravan Somvar and Mahashivratri.

3. The Beatles Ashram

The Beatles Ashram, Rishikesh

The Beatles Ashram, also known as Chaurasi Kutia, is a heritage site with a rich past. In 1968, the members of The Beatles band stayed here, meditated, and composed several songs.

You can be stunned by the graffiti-laden walls of the ruined building, meditation huts, the home of Maharishi Yogi, a kitchen, a library, and a former temple. Music lovers from around the world will enjoy visiting the Ashram.

4. Lakshman Jhula

Lakshman Jhula, Rishikesh

One of the famous tourist attractions of Rishikesh, Lakshman Jhula is an iron suspension bridge across River Ganga. This 450 m long bridge is at a height of 70 ft above the river and connects the villages of Jonk and Tapovan. It is one of the oldest of its kind in India.

The bridge is associated with the Hindu mythology Ramayana and is considered a sacred site by Hindu devotees. You can come here in the evening to witness the shimmering lights.

5. Triveni Ghat

Triveni Ghat, Rishikesh

Triveni Ghat is located at the confluence of the three rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati. Famous for the Ganga Aarti, it is the biggest ghat in Rishikesh. The daily evening aarti is performed with the recitation of hymns.

Along with the holy dip, you can admire the earthen lamps floating in the water and also feed the fish. You can enjoy a boat ride in the Ganga River. You will be awed by the mesmerizing sunrise and sunset views.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Haridwar that can be visited with this package

1. Rajaji National Park

Rajaji National Park is spread across 820 sq km. It is popular for wild elephants and tigers. Encompassing the Shivalik Mountains, it is home to diverse species of birds and animals.

You can spot more than 315 species of birds, including the Yellow-billed Blue Magpie, Greater Scaup, Pale-footed Brush Warbler, and Reed Bunting. Broadleaved deciduous trees, grasslands, pine forests, scrublands, and riverine vegetation also catch your attention. Extensive fauna includes Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Jackal, Indian Hare, Striped Hyena, Goral, Jungle Cat, and Barking Deer.

2. Chandi Devi Temple

Chandi Devi Temple, Haridwar

Chandi Devi Temple is a Siddha Peetha where desires get fulfilled. It is one of the top places to visit in Haridwar. An ancient Hindu shrine, the main idol of Goddess Chandi Devi was installed by the saint Adi Sankaracharya in the 8th century.

The temple witnesses swarming crowds during Kumbh Mela, Chandi Chaudas, and Navratri. You can take an exciting ropeway ride or a thrilling trek to reach the temple. From atop, you can acquire exhilarating views of the verdant surroundings.

3. Bharat Mata Mandir

Bharat Mata Mandir, Haridwar

Constructed in 1936, Bharat Mata Temple is dedicated to India. It pays tribute to the martyrs of India. This pentagon-shaped temple has a huge 3D map of undivided India carved in marble. It is set in a charming landscape overlooking the Ganges and the holy ghats.

Celebrating India’s uniqueness and cultural diversity, the temple has eight floors with statues of patriots, women achievers, and saints. You can use the elevator to access the floors.

4. Har ki Pauri

Har ki Pauri, Haridwar

Har ki Pauri, a holy ghat located at the foot of the Garhwal Himalayas, literally means the ‘footsteps of Lord Vishnu.’ Legend has it that, at this point, the Ganga River leaves the mountains and enters the plains.

The evening Ganga aarti is an unmissable spectacle. You will enjoy the amazing and soul-stirring sight of the brightly lit floating earthen lamps. You can visit this ghat during the Kumbh Mela, celebrated every 12 years.

5. Mansa Devi Temple

Mansa Devi Temple, Haridwar

Also called the Bilwa Tirtha, Mansa Devi Temple is a popular Hindu shrine dedicated to Goddess Mansa Devi. It is perched on the Bilwa Parvat and is considered one of the ‘Panch Tirths’ in Haridwar.

You can hike to reach the temple or enjoy a gondola or cable car service to the top. On your way up, you can enjoy the antics of naughty monkeys. You can offer coconut, garlands, and incense sticks to the deity.

Popular Sightseeing Places in Delhi that can be visited with this package

1. India Gate

India Gate, Delhi

One of the must visit places in Delhi, India Gate was built as a tribute to the sacrifice and dedication of the Indian and British soldiers during World War I. This historical structure is 42 m tall. You can visit it for the Amar Jawan Jyoti, which was introduced in 1971.

Also known as The Indian War Memorial, it has 13,516 names of martyrs engraved on its arches and foundations. The Republic Day Parade at this place is an awe-inspiring sight.

2. Red Fort

Red Fort, Delhi

Red Fort is a historical fort constructed by Shah Jahan in 1639. It was used as a residence by the Mughal dynasty emperors. Located on the banks of the Yamuna River, the fort represents the architectural brilliance of Mughal architecture. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and hosts India’s national flag-hoisting ceremony on Independence Day.

There are palaces, gates, halls, pavilions, and gardens inside the fortress. In the evening, you can watch the light-and-sound show, showcasing the glory and downfall of the Mughal dynasty. There is also a museum and art gallery within the fort, where you can see various artifacts from the Mughal era.

3. Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple, Delhi

Dedicated to the Baha’i faith, Lotus Temple propagates openness to the Divine. One of the most visited establishments in the world, the temple does not propagate any fixed pattern of worship. People of all faiths and religions can offer their prayers at this temple.

This colossal structure, in the form of a white petal lotus with 27 petals in a free-standing state, is an incredible sight. The entrance, with the floral gardens and scintillating pools, provides a warm welcome.

4. Akshardham Temple

Akshardham Temple, Delhi

Reflecting India’s stupendous architecture, culture, and spirituality, Akshardham Temple is the world’s largest comprehensive Hindu shrine. It has eight elaborately designed mandapas. Lord Swaminarayan’s idol is the centerpiece, while there are sculptures of 20,000 deities and significant personalities from Indian history displayed in the temple.

On its sprawling campus, you can feel the aesthetic and tranquil vibes. The campus also houses the country’s largest stepwell, where you can watch a mesmerizing water fountain show.

5. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Delhi

Formerly called Jaisinghpura Palace, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is an important Sikh place of worship. It commemorates the visit of the 8th Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan. Its placid Sarovar, cool marble floors, and golden domes are a beautiful sight.

A library, Baba Baghel Singh Museum, a main prayer hall, a higher secondary school, and a hospital are also present within the premises. You can get free meals at the langar or community kitchen.

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