This rafting trip  As you travel down an around 16-mile (26-kilometer) length of the river, you'll experience about 10 rapids, some of which are Class IIIs.

Triveni Ghat is a ghat situated in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. On the banks of the Ganges, it is the biggest and most well-known ghat in Rishikesh. 

One of the most famous Shakti Peeths of Goddess Shakti in the Garhwal Himalayas is Kunjapuri Devi Temple. This historic temple is situated at a height of around 1600 metres.

In the state of Uttarakhand, close to the northern Indian city of Rishikesh, sits the Beatles Ashram, also known as Chaurasi Kutia. It is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas on the Ganges river.

Vashistha Cave: Arundhati Cave and Jesus Cave. Both of these caves are around 20 feet deep, include Shiva lingams, and are very spiritual places to meditate.

In the beautiful nearby town of Patna, which is located around 5 KM from Rishikesh's Laxman Jhula Bridge, is where you'll find Patna Waterfall.

In the main Tapovan Area of Rishikesh, the Neer Garh Waterfall is situated 4 km (or a 40-minute walk) from the Laxman Jhula Bridge.

8. Ram & Lakshman Jhula

One of Rishikesh's architectural marvels is the 450-foot-long iron suspension bridge known as Ram Jhula. This bridge, like its sibling, Laxman Jhula,

The largest and most popular temple is Shri Bharat Mandir, which is located in the city center. Indeed, the history of the temple is Hrishikesh's history.

On all three sides, Rajaji National Park envelops this shrine. People are drawn to this town's flora as a result. The seven-story Bhootnath Temple is located here.