About Delhi
About Delhi

Religious Tours


Operating Schedule: Every Saturday
Departure (Delhi): 7.15 a.m. Return: Next day evening.

Places Covered

  • Har Ki Pori (Gangas)
  • Mansa Devi Temple (By Rope Way Optional at extra cost)
  • Aarti at the Banks of Gangas



Haridwar: Situated at the foot hills of the Himalayas, the city is a doorway to the land of holy shrines and pilgrimages, prayer and devotion. Haridwar in Hindi literally means "Gateway to the Lord". The city also represents the point where the sacred river Ganga enters the plains.

Haridwar is the site of the Maha Kumbh Mela, held every 12 years, which is the biggest congregation in the world.

At the Hari Ki Pauri (meaning "at the feet of Lord Shiva") is the spot where devotees offer prayers on the steps leading down to the river. Every evening the Ganga Aarti is performed at all temples in Haridwar at the same time - which culminates in a moving spectacle of thousands of lamps set afloat in the Ganga by the multitude of worshippers.





Places Covered
  • Ram Jhula
  • Swarg Ashram
  • Parmarth Ashram
  • Geeta Bhawan


Rishikesh: At 1360 m. above sea-level, Rishikeh is a peaceful, serene place inhabited by sadhus and mendicants, and visited by tourists and pilgrims alike. People come to Rishikesh to meditate and study yoga, among other things.

The Triveni Ghat at Rishikesh is considered the most sacred spot as it is the point of confluence of the three holy rivers -Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. The other attraction of Rishikesh is the Laxman Jhoola over the river Ganga, which connects the two sides of the town.



Tariff SGST @ 2.5% CGST @ 2.5% Total
3300/- 82.50/- 82.50/- 3465/-



Tariff SGST @ 2.5% CGST @ 2.5% Total
2500/- 62.50/- 62.50/- 2625/-


TARIFF INCLUDES: A/C Transport, A/C Accommodation.