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The holy town of Haridwar is a hub of Hindu fairs and festivals. The term 'Gateway to God' (as the town is aptly called) itself makes it obvious how significant a tour to Haridwar can be. Situated on the banks of the River Ganges, Haridwar is one of those places where Hindu temples and religious sites abound. Not only pilgrims and devotees, but travellers and backpackers from every corner of the world visit the town to enrich their travel experience.

Apart from visiting a wide range of tourist places, you can also have some quality time eating and shopping in Haridwar. Eating joints in the town offer an array of delicacies to tickle your taste buds. In addition, you can enjoy shopping or buying a wide range of items of art and craft.

Haridwar is simply dispersed with temples, from one corner to the other. Some of the most visited temples in the town include the Chandi Devi Temple, the Mansa Devi Temple, the Maya Devi Temple, the Daksha Mahadev Temple and the Bharat Mata Mandir among others. The Sapt Rishi ashram at Haridwar is also a must-see place for travellers.

Haridwar (Uttarakhand) is mostly known for its fairs and festivals. Most importantly, it's frequented for the world-popular Kumbh Mela, which is organized here at the interval of every 12 years. Besides Kumbh Mela, you can also participate at the Ardh Kumbh Mela (organized every six years), Kanwar Mela (held in July every year), Baisakhi (held in April) and the Kartik Purnima (held in November) among others. Each of these festivals provides a window to the cultural richness that Haridwar actually stands for.

When it comes to stay, Haridwar features an array of budget and mid-range hotels. In addition, you can also find multiple dharamshalas to suit your shoe-string budgets. According to your specific requirements, you can also choose hotels in specific locations like those located close to the Ganga Ghat, near the Shantikunj or in close vicinity of the railway station or bus stand.

Haridwar Tourist Place

Tourist or travel sites abound in Haridwar. On the one hand, you can visit such popular temples as the Chandi Devi, Mansa Devi, Bharat Mata Mandir and Maya Devi. On the other, you can make a visit to famous ashrams like the Sapt Rishi and Anandamayi Maa. The Rajaji National Park is also located here.

Haridwar To Chardham Road Route Map
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Top 3 Highlight To Visit haridwar

Har Ki Pauri

This is a highly popular Ganga ghat. This is the point where the divine Ganga leaves the mountains and touches the plains. Also referred to as Brahma Kund, this ghat is a major attraction for tourists. Ganga Aarti is conducted here every evening.

Bharat Mata Mandir

This is one of those places that stand in respect to Mother India. During your visit to Haridwar, you can visit this temple site which has been built in eight stories. If you want to a peak into the religious and national history of India, this is just the place to be.

Rajaji National Park

If you're a wildlife enthusiast, you can never afford to miss a visit to this national part. Just a few kilometers from Haridwar, the park shelters around 23 mammalian species and 315 faunal specieis. There are many bird species to be watched as well.