One of the most famous restaurants situated near Ram Jhula, Rishikesh offers both North and South Indian vegetarian delicacies for over four decades. The restaurant is air conditioned and well maintained.
Here, you can savour a wide range of bakery items, cakes, pastries, chocolates, snacks etc. Apart from the German Bakery, you will also come across with multiple bakery and snacks shops while traveling to Rishikesh. These shops sell Italian bakery items, German bakery items, pastries and other items of snacks to tickle your taste buds.
Having alcohol is strictly forbidden in the pilgrimage town of Rishikesh. During your holidays in this sacred town, you can have a fantastic experience of having a wide range of traditional Indian delicacies, which are both healthy and deliciously cooked.
One of the favorite destination of backpackers, where they can have a filling breakfast with either a big bowl of musseli or an American breakfast.
Madras Cafe is oldest places to eat in Rishikesh serves a wide range of vegetarian food in style and includes number of Himalayan dishes.
This multi-cuisine restaurant not only offers good food but also a good place to relax by the river banks.
This small cafe is very popular among backpackers as it offers good food with a wonderful view of the river.
As the name suggest, Elachi Restaurant present themselves with style, warmth and friendliness. The fingerlicking dishes are served on time by the professional staff.
Note: Rishikesh is situated on the bank of river ganges so alcohol and non-veg are strictly forbidden. During your holidays, you can have a fantastic experience of having a wide range of traditional Indian delicacies.
For spiritual studies and classes on meditation, you should head straight to the many ashrams in Rishikesh. In any case, you shouldn't miss visiting the popular ones including Sivanand Ashram, Paremarth Niketan, Yoga Niketan and Vithal Ashram among others.
Ganga ghats are highly revered. One of these is the Triveni Ghat in Rishikesh, known for its divinity. You can visit this ghat in the evening when the much popular Ganga Arti is performed here on the banks of the divine Ganges. A must-watch indeed!
Among many tourist attractions in Rishikesh, the Lakshamn Jhula has its own significant place. Hindus believe that this is the place from where Lakshman (Rama's brother) had crossed the river. Today, it stands in the form of a beautiful suspended bridge.