May 18, 2024Republic Lifestyle Desk

Least-explored Tourist Attractions In Rishikesh For A Quiet Summer Holiday

Jumpin Heights in Risikesh, India, offers the highest Bungee jumping at 83 meters and the only fixed platform Bungy, separate from entertainment parks for extreme adventure.

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The Beatles, a popular rock band, visited Rishikesh in the 1960s, where their 'Ashram' became a significant tourist attraction. The mesmerizing ruins offer a peaceful retreat for meditation.

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Raghunath Mandir, near Triveni Ghat, is a significant temple dedicated to Lord Ram and Devi Sita, a center for numerous religious ceremonies in the region.

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Muni Ki Reti is a serene, less crowded area on the Ganga River, home to numerous temples and ashrams. It offers respite from the bustling city, making it an ideal spot for a peaceful evening.

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Raghunath Mandir, near Triveni Ghat, is a significant temple dedicated to Lord Ram and Devi Sita, a center for numerous religious ceremonies in the region.

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Vashistha Cave, located 25 km from Rishikesh, is a popular spot for profound contemplation. It is home to the Shivlinga and Swami Purshottamanand Ashram, both of which focus on surrender.

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Shivpuri is a must-visit destination for adventurers visiting Rishikesh. River rafting expeditions, ranging from 9km to 21km, offer satisfaction and a pleasant evening in tents with a bonfire.

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