My experience on Rishikesh Haridwar by the Thrillophilia

In October, I chose to take a Haridwar Rishikesh Mussoorie tour with my family. It was exciting and an experience of spirituality. Situated at the foot of Kumaon’s Himalayan Mountains, Haridwar, a religious destination, is known for its ability to host the largest public event called the Maha Kumbh, which allows you to witness the world-renowned Ganga Aarti. In contrast, Rishikesh allows you to demonstrate your courage by a leap into the freezing waters that flow through the River Ganga as you go cliff jumping and the rafting swifts of this holy river. Then there’s Mussoorie. The town has natural elegance by Kempty Falls’ waterfalls and the Mall road, which is lined with British-style lampposts and benches to enhance the natural beauty. Overall it was an amazing trip, and all of it was smoothly executed due to the favorable Thrillophilia reviews I came across while looking for a Haridwar Rishikesh Mussoorie tour package.

As I reside within Delhi and my entire family, we decided to choose Delhi as our trip’s starting point and the end. We set off from Delhi to Rishikesh (The Yoga Capital of the World) via Haridwar. In Haridwar, my parents loved visiting the Vaishno Devi Mandir, a copy of the ‘Vaishno Devi Temple’ located in Jammu & Kashmir’ with tunnels and caves leading to the temple. We also visited Daksheshwar Mahadev Temple, devoted to Lord Shiva and situated near the banks of the Ganga. This shrine is thought to have been the spot where the goddess of love, Parvati (AKA Sati), jumped into the holy fire. In the end, the group made their way for a walk to Har Ki Pauri Ghat, where we visited the renowned Mansa Devi Temple that offers an amazing view of Haridwar City and produces a feeling of peace throughout the body and mind. On the same day, in the evening, there was an ambiance of the chanting of shlokas and mantras, and the reflections of Diyas (lamps) from their surfaces on Ganga River water was a stunning scene. It was the magnificence of the famed Ganga Aarti.

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The next day, we left late to Rishikesh and stayed for one night in Rishikesh. We awoke to gorgeous dawn in the hills and enjoyed an excellent breakfast. We were dressed and set out for the most exciting day of our tour. We were taken to Shivpuri, where we set off on a rafting trip until Laxman Jhula and came confronted with the thrilling rapids of the glaciated Ganga. It is possible to explore the infamous Ram Jhula and other locations as detailed in Thrillophilia TripAdvisor reviews; however, for the day, we decided to keep ourselves hydrated to be able to enjoy exploring Rishikesh. After shopping in local markets of the surrounding regions, we went on the temple tour. The temple was Ganga Aarti in Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh as well.

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We then left for Mussoorie and had an overnight stay in The hotel located in Mussoorie. We awoke to breathtaking views of the mountains covered in snow right in front of us. There were two main sights to see: Dhanaulti and Milky Streams Simmering in the Gigantic Kempty Waterfalls. Then, after staying in the hotel in Mussoorie, we left for Delhi, where we began our journey. It was a truly unforgettable trip, and the recommendations of Thrillophilia Web Sitejabber reviews were very appreciated.

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