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All set for a spiritual yet memorable Haridwar trip? BookYourOwn holiday packages offer the opportunity to explore...

Haridwar tour packages

All set for a spiritual yet memorable Haridwar trip? BookYourOwn holiday packages offer the opportunity to explore the holiest city of India, Haridwar like never before.

Check our 40+ tour packages to Haridwar including accommodation, transportation, itinerary and guided tours to the main Haridwar sightseeing points. Our travellers can also opt for a customisable Haridwar tour that provides a personalised itinerary,  based on their preferences, time, and budget.

BookYourOwn’s Haridwar Tour Packages are meticulously crafted for all types of travellers from different regions of India. Explore and choose the right Haridwar vacation tours for your spiritual enrichment. Our luxury Haridwar Tour Packages promises to pamper you with lavish accommodation, and private transportation to commute within Haridwar.

Excited to know more about Haridwar travel? Here’s the comprehensive guide that unleashes all the details about the Haridwar vacation.

Let’s dive in to know how to reach Haridwar, the best time to visit Haridwar, and top things to do in Haridwar!

Overview of Haridwar Tourism: Gateway to the Gods

Located in Uttarakhand, Haridwar is among the seven most religious, spiritual, and holiest Hindu shrines in India. Hari means Vishnu and dwar means Gateway. Haridwar is the gateway for pilgrims to start their spiritual journey to Badrinath.

Do you know Haridwar is referred to by various names like Mayapuri, Gangadwar, Mokshdwar, Mayapuri, and Kapilsthan?

Nestled on the bank of the river Ganga, Haridwar can be described as the land of ashrams, dhams, and temples. The city is also famous for hosting the Kumbh Mela every 12 years. 

Millions of devotees visit Haridwar each year to take a holy dip in the river Ganga to remove their sins. Har ki Pauri is one of the sacred ghats and major attractions in Haridwar. While on Haridwar tour packages, make sure to attend the vibrant Arti performed on Har ki Pauri every evening to worship Goddess Ganga.

The holy town has many tourist places to visit on the Haridwar tour including Daksh Temple, Bhimgoda Tank, Bharat Mata Mandi, Maya Temple, Mansa Devi Temple, Chandi Devi Temple and Daksh Temple. 

On a holiday in Haridwar visit Neel Dhara Pakshi Vihar (3.5 km) to spot a variety of bird species including migratory birds. 

BookYourOwn’s Haridwar holiday packages also offer a visit to historic temples such as Sati Kund (4 km), Parad Shivling (2 km), Piran Kaliyar (20 km), and Sapt Rishi Ashram (7 km).

Rishikesh (26 km from the main city) is a haven for both nature lovers and adventure seekers. Rishikesh is dotted with yoga and Ayurveda centres. This place of meditation deserves to be visited when travelling on Haridwar Indian tours. 

Haridwar- A Delight for Tourists

Haridwar is a captivating tourist destination offering a perfect blend of nature, culture, adventure, and spirituality. The strategic location in the foothills of the Himalayas, and the bank of the Ganga River adds to its picturesque beauty. Plus, the sacred city experiences pleasant weather throughout the year. 

When it comes to Indian holidays, Haridwar is among the most favourite tourist destinations for all age groups.  Explore, and book Haridwar tour packages to experience the ambience of peace and purity in the city of temples. North Indians can book our Delhi to Haridwar tour packages promising a hassle-free journey from the bustling capital city to the spiritual hub of India.

Our Rishikesh Haridwar tour packages are ideal for friends, and families looking for adventure activities like trekking, bungee jumping, giant swing, water rafting, and many others. 

The ancient city has always attracted tourists worldwide due to its cultural and spiritual significance. Rishikesh, situated nearby from Haridwar is a hub of Ashrams and wellness centres providing Yoga training, meditation sessions, and Ayurvedic treatments.  The mesmerizing view of devotees taking holy dips in the Ganga river, priests chanting mantras and Aarti, and vibrant culture are what make tourists choose Haridwar from Indian tour packages.

Plan and book your trip to Haridwar with BookYourOwn for an enriching and memorable Haridwar tour. BookYourOwn’s Haridwar tour and travels take care of all your needs from custom itineraries, accommodation, transportation, visits to major attractions, to adventure activities. 

While planning a trip to Haridwar, make sure you choose wisely from the variety of Haridwar tour packages offered and select the one that appeals to you best to make the most out of your Haridwar tour. 

Best time to Visit Haridwar

1. Peak Season (October-February)

It’s the ideal time to visit Haridwar for the best holiday experience in Haridwar.  The weather is pleasant and on the colder side. The temperature typically ranges between 15°C to 30°C. Haridwar experiences a high crowd in the pilgrimage season, especially during festivals such as the Kumbh Mela, Mahashivaratri and Kartik Purnima.

Many travellers prefer to book our Rishikesh Haridwar tour packages this season to witness vibrant festivals and serene surroundings.

2. Monsoon (July to September)

Amidst the heavy rainfall, and high humidity levels during monsoons, the Ganga river remains the major attraction. Temperature ranges between 20°C to 35°C. Many North Indian families book their Haridwar tour packages in Monsoons to take holy dips in the Ganga river and visit Ram Jhula, and Lakshman Jhula in Rishikesh. 

Tip: Always carry anti-slippery footwear and rain gear if you are visiting Haridwar in Monsoon.

3. Haridwar’s weather in summer (May-June)

is quite hot with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 40°C. Though it’s not the ideal time. If you are among explorers and adventure seekers who are ready to travel to new places any time of year, BookYourOwn travel consultants can craft customized Haridwar tour packages for an enriching experience.

How to reach Haridwar?

1. By Air:

Haridwar doesn’t have its own Airport. Dehradun Jolly Grant Airport (20 km from the city centre) is the nearest domestic airport. Travellers with Delhi to Haridwar tour packages can easily reach Haridwar via air as direct flights are available to Dehradun airport. Whereas travellers from other regions of India can book connecting flights. 

2. By Rail Route:

Haridwar Junction railway station is well-connected to almost all the major cities of India. It typically takes around 4-5 hours from Delhi to reach Haridwar.  Har Ki Pauri is just  2 km away from the railway station. For the best experience, try trekking with your buddies or family while exploring the bustling markets.

3. By Road: 

You can hire a private bus, or taxi, or self-drive your vehicle. Plenty of private buses are available from Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, and Haryana with genuine fare. The roads are quite well-maintained, so you can expect a hassle-free journey experience. Explore BookYourOwn’s Rishikesh Haridwar tour packages featuring accommodation, transportation, guided tour, and itinerary based on your preferences.

Haridwar Tourism: Best Places To Visit

Haridwar is filled with scenic places that one must visit in Haridwar tour packages for a life-changing experience. Here’s the list of some of the most popular tourist destinations in Haridwar that you just can’t miss to afford.

1. Har Ki Pauri 

Almost every Indian knows the sacred ghat situated on the River Ganges’ bank. According to Hindu Mythology, Lord Vishu left a footprint mark on one of the stone walls here. That’s how the place got its name Har ki Pauri which means Footsteps of Lord Vishnu. The ethereal Ganga aarti performed on Har Ki Pauri gives a divine experience. Ensure to include a visit to the awe-inspiring Har ki Pauri on the Haridwar tour package to take dips in the cold water of the river Ganga. Har ki Pauri is a cultural hub showcasing gathering of millions of devotees, and celebration of vibrant festivals each year. Contact BookYourOwn travelling consultants to know more about Haridwar tours and travels

2. Mansa Devi Temple 

Located at the hilltop of Bilwa Parvat, this holy temple is devoted to Goddess Mansa Devi which is also a popular Haridwar tour place. Millions of pilgrims visit Mansa Devi (Goddess of snakes) on the Haridwar tour to fulfil their wishes and desires. You can either choose a trek of 3 km or a cable car service to reach Mansa Devi. The temple witnesses a huge crowd especially in Navratri to worship Mansa Devi which is a form of Maa Durga. 

3. Shanti Kunj

This Ashram is a spiritual retreat for travellers who want to engage in yoga, and meditation sessions, or Ayurvedic treatments. For tourists seeking tranquillity and peace, Shanti Kunj is a marvellous place to stay and relax in Haridwar tour packages. Pandit Sriram Sharma Acharya established Shanti Kunj in 1971.  Shanti Kunj promotes the value of Gayatri Mantra and works for the welfare of society. Make sure to add a stoppage to Shanti Kunj in Haridwar tour packages for a unique experience of self-awakening.

4. Neel Dhara Pakshi Vihar

Located near Bhimgoda Tank, it’s a perfect picturesque destination for nature enthusiasts and bird lovers. This Pakshi vihar plays a significant role in the environmental conservation of natural habitats and avifauna. Neel Dhara Pakshi Vihar is also a research center for studying avian ecology to understand bird behaviour and conservation practices. Add a stopover to this tourist destination for picnicking, nature walks, and candid photoshoots with a backdrop of natural landscapes, and the river Ganga.

5. Chandi Devi Temple

Haridwar tour packages are incomplete without a visit to Chandi Devi temple, which is also referred to as ‘temple with a view’.  Although cable cars are available to easily reach Neel hilltop, the 3 km trek route to Chandi Devi temple is a haven for adventure seekers. It’s another popular Haridwar tour place dedicated to Chandika Devi (Maa Parvati's form). It was established by Adi Shankaracharya in the early Medieval period. You must add a visit to this holy temple of Chandika Devi in extended Rishikesh Haridwar tour packages. 

Well, the list doesn’t end here, there are a lot more places that you can add to your Haridwar tour packages. Rajaji National Park in Rishikesh, and PiranKaliyarSarif Dargah which is 18km away from Haridwar are some adorable places to add to your Haridwar tour and travel packages.

Haridwar Tourism: Local Dishes To Try

1. Aloo Puri is not only a popular food option in Haridwar but also in North India. It’s the best breakfast and lunch option on your Haridwar tour. Puri is often served with flavorful thick potato curry garnished with coriander leaves. Aloo Puri is easily available in almost all the hotels and street-side stalls. It’s an absolute must-have local dish in Haridwar tourism.      

Best restaurants to try Aloo Puri: Choti Wales, Mohan Ji Puri Wale

2. Kachori is another popular street food of Haridwar that you can’t miss on the Haridwar tour package. It’s an incredible breakfast or snack option and is typically served along with chutney and sabzi. Kachori is a kind of deep-fried stuffed puri (beans or dal) available in most Haridwar restaurants. Don’t forget to try the delightful Kachori with a cup of cutting tea on your Delhi to Haridwar tour packages.

Best restaurants to try in Kachori:  Kashyap Kachori Bhandar near Gau Ghat, Choti Wales.

3. Rasmalai, Jalebi & Rabri - Haridwar is a haven for travelers with sweet teeth. Make sure to taste the delightful sweet dishes like Jalebis, Rabri, and Rasmalai prepared in pure desi ghee on Haridwar tour packages. Elevate your taste buds with freshly served sweet delicacies on the Haridwar tour.

Best restaurants to try sweet dishes:  Mathura walo ki Pracheen Dukan

4. Chhole Bhature - The Haridwar tour package will remain incomplete without trying spicy and tangy Chhole Bhature. The main ingredients are boiled chickpeas, aromatic flavors, and a blend of onion, tomato paste. This local dish tastes best with a chilled glass of Lassi.  

Best restaurants to try Chhole Bhature: The Sitting Elephant, Hoshiarpuri, Tehal Singh’s Punjabi Restaurant.

5. Kulhad Wali Lassi & Milk: The best part about the Haridwar tour is tourists get quality food and pure dairy products. The taste of frothy Lassi & Milk served in Kulhad (earthen pots) is unmatchable. You can ask the sellers to serve Lassi sweet or salty, or a mix as per your taste.

Best restaurants to try Kulhad Lassi: Pandit Sevaram Sharma Doodhwale in Moti Bazaar

Haridwar Tourism: Top Things To Do

1. Spiritual Uplifting Ganga Aarti

The first and foremost thing to do on the Haridwar tour and travels is to attend Ganga Aaarti at Har ki Pauri. You’ll be mesmerized by the incredible view of priests chanting mantras, performing rituals, and lightning diyas to worship Goddess Ganga. Typically,  Ganga Aarti is performed between 6.30 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. So, make sure to keep the slot free on your Haridwar tour packages.

Take a Holy dip

The River Ganga is believed to wash away all the sins and remove you from the cycle of life and death. Many devotees book Haridwar tour packages especially to take a bath in the most sacred river of India.

2. Visit Temples

Haridwar is filled with temples devoted to various Hindu Gods and goddesses. Each temple reveals its own historical, and spiritual significance. Utilize your time on Haridwar tour packages by hopping temples around Har ki Pauri to learn about Hindu mythology.

Adventure activities

Besides spiritual significance, Haridwar is also popular for various fun and adventure activities. You can travel to Rishikesh’s Rajaji National Park for rafting, Jungle Safari rides, or trek to Neer Garh waterfall.

Besides this, you can also try Kayaking and camping around Beatles Ashram, and Vashishta Gufa on the Haridwar tour and travel. 

3. Ayurvedic treatments

Haridwar is a renowned hub for yoga practices, meditation sessions, and wellness treatments. You can visit several Ayurvedic centers like Patanjali Ashram in Kankhal, and Shri Kalyan Ayurveda in Haridwar tour packages.

Must-Buy Souvenirs in Haridwar

While traveling on the Haridwar tour and travel, you’ll get plenty of souvenir options to buy for your near and dear ones. Being a religious place, the bustling markets of Haridwar showcase a rich collection of worship accessories and Hindu God’s artifacts made of metal, brass and stone.

You can also buy Ayurveda books to get details about yoga, meditation, and healing practices while hopping in Ashrams on Haridwar tour packages. Another option is to buy wooden items for home decor and kitchen at cheap prices. Moti Bazar is a popular shopping market to buy precious stones or beaded jewelry items. 

If you are looking for something spiritual, Rudraksha Mala is a must-buy on your Haridwar tour packages. It is believed to have healing properties. Most of the pilgrims also take away Gangaajal while returning from the Haridwar tour.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Haridwar

Q. What are the best places to visit on a one-day Haridwar trip?

A. Har ki Pauri, Mansa Devi temple, and Chandi Devi temple are some of the easily accessible places that you must visit on a one-day Haridwar trip.  Make sure to conclude your day by watching Ganga Aarti in the evening.

Q. Can I cover both Haridwar and Rishikesh in just one day?

A. Yes, Rishikesh is just 1 km away from Haridwar. You can visit some major attractions like Ram Jhula, Laxman Jhula, or Parmarth Ghat in one day. A minimum of 2 days is required to explore some divine and top tourist attractions in Rishikesh. Contact BookYourOwn to learn about our Rishikesh Haridwar combined tour packages.