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A Perfect Tour Of Haridwar

Ever wondered what to do in Haridwar or what would be the perfect tour of Haridwar, well you are at the right place. Serving guests for the past 30 years, we know what it takes to make a perfect tour in our city. We have made a good read for our guests, come to our city and enjoy like never before.

walk in haridwar
A traveler walking along Ganges

Spend quality time with nature

Haridwar with its beautiful views is one of the oldest cities, plenty of green spaces. Wake up your inner traveler and explore our city.

Ganga ji Aarti

The main attraction of Haridwar is Ganga ji aarti, so first preference should be watching Ganga ji Aarti. Twice a day everyday Ganga ji aarti is done by priests of Ganga ji temple at the time of Dawn and Dusk, we often get asked by our Guests at what time Ganga Aarti takes place, one can easily remember that the timings of Dawn and Dusk decides the time of Ganga ji Aarti (only exclusion is the day of Solar Eclipse in which some different times aarti happens, which is decided by the Ganga Sabha). So plan your tour keeping in mind the timing of Ganga ji aarti.

Har Ki Pauri Brahmkund

Mansa Devi and Chandi Devi Temple

Haridwar is located between two mountains, on one mountain peak there is Mansa devi and in another Mountain peak there is Chandi Devi, guests should always visit both these temples whenever they are in Haridwar.

Maa Mansa Devi is a very beautiful and pious temple in Haridwar situated on top of Bilwa parvat. A very beautiful view, wonderful sight of Haridwar and from atop River ganga can be seen in its full glory. To reach Mansa Devi, one can either go by walk or by ropeway. As the temple is so beautiful and revered by pilgrims there is huge crowd in summer months, it is advisable to have some dedicated time to visit Maa Mansa Devi in summer months. Mansa Devi is considered as one of the famous Siddhapeethas where ones wishes are fulfilled, be the one to visit this beautiful temple in Haridwar. There is a cafetaria in ropeway area, so people can have refreshments on Mansa Devi.

Maa Chandi Devi mandir is the second most visited temple in Haridwar. It is situated on top of Neel Parvat Haridwar. Its height is more then Mansa Devi mandir and the view of Haridwar from the temple is so mesmerizing that pilgrims are so overwhelmed by the beauty of Haridwar and this loved view is to be seen everytime one is in Haridwar.

One can reach both the temples by ropeway, so we have made a time table for the timings of Mansa Devi and Chandi devi temple and ropeway. Pilgrims can take a combined ticket for both the temples ropeway as travelling is also included in the fare, so a shared tempo traveller is the means of travelling between temples and then pilgrims can go by ropeway to these wonderful temples.

Mansa devi mandir an amazing view from Har Ki Pauri GhatChandi Devi Mandir

Mansa Devi Temple Timings

 Temple Opening TimeTemple Closing TimeRopeway Start TimeRopeway Closing Time
Summer Months05:00 am21:00pmAfter 6:30 amTill 19:30 pm (tickets for the day are closed well before 07:30pm)
Winter Months06:00 am20:00pmAfter 8:00amTill 18:00 pm (tickets for the day are closed well before 18:00pm)

Chandi Devi Temple Timings

 Temple Opening TimeTemple Closing TimeRopeway Start TimeRopeway Closing Time
Summer Months05:00 am20:00 pmAfter 07:00 amTill 18:30 pm (tickets for the day are closed well before 18:30 pm)
Winter Months06:00 am19:00 pmAfter 08:30 amTill 17:30 pm (tickets for the day are closed well before 17:30 pm)

Bathe in River Ganga

Bathing in River Ganga is so sacred, religious and pious that people from every part of our planet comes and bath in River Ganga to attain salvation. In summers, it is quite entertaining and fun to bathe in Ganga ji that locals also take dip several times.

Eating Time

After taking bath in River Ganges, people feel to eat and the next step is to enjoy local foods. Aloo Poori being the favorite of tourists comes to mind whenever people talk of Haridwar. Mohan Puri Waale and Mathura Waale are the best in town and sweets of Mathura waale are a delight especially Chandrakala sweet.

Ganga ji in Haridwar

Surya Namaskar

It is an ancient technique of paying respect to sun which is the source of all forms of life on our planet. When in Haridwar, our guests can offer respect to sun by offering Gangajal to sun and the reflection of sunlight in the Gangajal is very beneficial to eyes as well.

A walk along Ganges

There are some incredible pathways close to Ganga canal which gives breathtaking views and oxygen is so clear around it, so our guests can go for a long walk along Ganges and have beautiful and energetic rest of the day.

Come and breathe fresh cool air around Ganges, stay with us for a week and more and you will find an improved health and mindset.

Relax and unwind from your complicated lifestyle.

Frequently Asked Questions about Haridwar

  1. What is famous in Haridwar?

    Haridwar is famous for its Beautiful Temples, River Ganga at Har Ki Pauri- its crystal clear water, friendly people.
    It is a beautiful city between two hills and River Ganga flows in between.
    Our Guests can see the city in full glory from Mansa Devi Mandir as it is located on top of a hill.
    Ganga ji Aarti is a must watch when you are in Haridwar.

  2. What to do in Haridwar if you only have one day?

    There are so many places to visit in Haridwar, so it gets tricky if you only have one day for Haridwar.
    Many times we have seen that parents who are dropping their students to Dehradun for their school (Dehradun being famous for its schools), they visit Haridwar as it is in between Delhi and Dehradun.
    One should plan to be in Haridwar around 12 noon, first they can go to Mansa Devi Mandir and then watch River Ganga Aarti in the evening, have dinner at famous eateries and then a good walk at Har ki Pauri around 11 pm for fresh cool air when less people are there. Har Ki Pauri area is only 100 metres from our Hotel.
    In the morning Aarti can be seen again and delicious breakfast can be eaten after that.

  3. What to buy in Haridwar?

    We often see people from West Bengal and Gujarat buying woolens, blankets to gift their relatives.
    People buy Rudraksh and other stones from Haridwar as well.
    It is worth noting that people who want to take River Ganges water with them take courier facility and courier Ganga ji water in cans to their address.
    All these things can be done in the market which is on the backside of our Hotel.

  4. How many days are enough for Haridwar?

    We feel 5 days are good enough for Haridwar to have a good holiday, have rest, see all the temples, snan in river Ganges which can be done multiple times too.
    Also, one can make base in Haridwar for their visit and go to Rishikesh as it is only 25 kms from our place, so it can be covered as well.
    Other neighboring cities can be visited as well which we can guide once you our at our place, you can book our hotel from the reservation system.

  5. What to do in Haridwar at night?

    Walking along River Ganges and breathing cool and fresh air has all the benefits a human body needs, so one should always have a long walk in evening or after dinner.
    Visitors can sit alongside River Ganges banks and have their feet in cool Ganges water and refresh yourself.

  6. Can wildlife be seen in Haridwar?

    Seeing wildlife is a beautiful experience in itself and Chilla National Park is quite close to our Hotel. Chilla is quite an attraction for locals as well and we often visit Chilla.
    Tourists hire Jeeps to visit the park where wildlife can be seen.

  7. What to wear in Haridwar?

    Haridwar being in northern part of India has high temperature in summers and low temperature in winters. It can be compared to Delhi, Chandigarh or other major cities in northern India temperature wise, so our guests can bring clothes accordingly.

  8. How to Reach Haridwar?

    Haridwar can be reached by Roadways, Railways and Airways. Our guests can know more about it by visiting this page

  9. What to eat in Haridwar?

    Haridwar being a religious town, only vegetarian food is available.
    Street food mainly Gol Gappe in Chaat waali Gali and Chandrakala sweet is very famous, Aloo Poori is a delight which 90% of the people eat after having a snan in River Ganga.

A tour is good and entertaining when stay is perfect, you can have a comfortable stay when in haridwar. Read more about our hotel in our

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