Muni ki Reti means ‘Sands of sages’ and is literally flled with numerous temples and ashrams.
Kaudiyala is one of the famous places to visit in Rishikesh if you want to experience camping and other sports activities.
Located on a cliff in the Swargashram, the ashram is a must place to visit in Rishikesh for all the music enthusiasts.
It is the biggest ashram in the area situated on the foothills of Himalayas along the banks of the river Ganges.
It is called the ‘pond of rishis’ and is said to be built by Saint Kubz.
It is believed to be the same site where Lord Shiva drank the venom ‘Halahala’ that was extracted from churning the ocean to procure the elixir of life.
Neer Garh Waterfall is a perfect treat for all the hikers.
No trip to Rishikesh is complete without indulging into river rafting and Shivpuri is the place of start for that long water sport expedition.
This ghat is considered to be more pious than all the other ghats in Rishikesh as the story of this ghat is mentioned in the epics Ramayana and Mahabharata.
Built in 1980, this suspension bridge connects Swarg ashram and Shivananda nagar.
Believed to be the same place where Lord Laxman crossed the river Ganga by the jute rope, Laxman Jhula is an 450 feet long architectural marvel built in the year 1939.