- Har Ki Pauri
- Chandi Devi
- Bhimgada Tank
- Sapt Sarovar
Haridwar Tours - Haridwar India Tours
Located on the banks of river Ganga and at the foothills of Shivalik, lies the serene land of Haridwar. Haridwar is said to be the ‘Gateway to the Abode of Gods’. With our Haridwar Tours travel to this religious land which has something to offer for every traveler. A visit to this place will show you a beautiful amalgamation of both hills and plains. The picturesque beauty of Haridwar will surely persuade to visit this place again and again. Haridwar is the place where the holy river Ganga enters the northern plains of India. You can also take a Haridwar India Tour during the famous Kumbha fair which takes place here every twelve years. So if you are a religious traveler or and adventure buff, Haridwar Tour is what you require.
Few Places Which You Should Not Miss Out While on Your Haridwar India Tour Are:
Har Ki Pauri:
This is one of the most sacred Ghats in India. History has it that the Ghat was built by Vikramaditya in the memory of his brother Bhartrihari. This place is also known as Brahmakund. During the evening you will love the magnificent view of the Maha Aarti performed on this Ghat. A Haridwar Tour without witnessing this is just incomplete.
This Temple is located on top of a hill called the Bilwa Parvat. This place is a must visit. The amazing part is that the temple can be reached by the rope way or one can take the normal trekking route to the top. Here you can also enjoy the beatific view of the landscape from the temple.
This magnificent temple was built by the King of Kashmir, Suchat Singh, in 1929 AD. The temple is located on top of a hill called the Neel Parvat which is on the other side of the river Ganga. The 3 km trek from the Chandi Ghat to the temple is really amazing with the picturesque beauty.
This is a fascinating spot where you can view the Ganga dividing herself into seven small streams. Here you can engulf the beautiful sight and take back with you magical memories.
This temple is one of the Shaktipeeths in India. This ancient temple of Maya Devi is also the Adhisthatri deity of Haridwar. Hindus believe when Lord Shiva was carrying his wife Sati, who had burnt her self to keep the honour of her husband, and then the heart and navel of Sati had fallen at this place.
This magnificent place comes on your way to Rishikesh. Hindus believe that this tank is said to have been made by Bhim with the blow of his knee, when the Pandavas were going to the Himalayas through Haridwar.
Canal Centenary Bridge:
This beautiful bridge is located bear Har-Ki-Pauri. From this bridge you can have a beautiful view of the canal and all the Ghats. Visit this place and marvel at the beautiful landscape.
So what is the wait for? Pick our Haridwar Tour and experience the most tranquil vacation ever. Here you can also indulge in shopping. This place has also been a source of Ayurvedic treatments and has been providing herbal remedies. Haridwar offers you some good handicraft items which can be kept as decorative pieces or can be used as gift items.
How to Reach:
By Air: The nearest airport is the Jolly Grant in Dehradun, but it is preferable to take a flight to Delhi and then take a bus or train route to Haridwar.
By Rail: The major pilgrimage center of Haridwar is well connected by trains to almost all the major cities in India. In fact, trains are the major source of the tourist inflow to Haridwar.
By Road: The National Highway no. 45 crosses the city of Haridwar, so it is connected to other cities of the state as well as those in the other states too. The excellent road network links Haridwar with Delhi for a smooth and comfortable travel journey.
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