Street food in Haridwar
Haridwar is not only the holiest place on Earth, but it is also a foodie's paradise.
From an early morning traditional breakfast to an extravagant dinner this is unquestionably a foodie's paradise. While exploring the city, don't forget to stop by Kashyap Kachori Bhandar, Hoshiarpuri Dhaba for Parathas, Jain Chaat Bhandar for Chats galore, Mathura walon ki Pracheen Dukaan for Rabri, and Bhagwati Chole Bhandar for Chole Bhature.
Har-ki-pauri is a significant landmark and well known ghat on the banks of the Ganga in Haridwar.
Chandi Devi Temple1 hr
The Haridwar Chandi Devi Temple is a charming temple dedicated to the Chanda Devi Goddess, perched on the Shivalik Hills' Neel Parvat.
Rajaji National Park2 hr
Rajaji National Park, best known for its elephant population. is also known for its scenic beauty and rich bio-diversity.
Set against the Himalayas and with the pristine Ganga flowing through it.
Lansdowne is an unspoiled expanse of lush greenery nestled in the Himalayas, a quiet town with old-world colonial charm.
Established in 1936, this is India's first national park.