Are you drawn by the Himalayan views, craving some water adventures, want to study yoga or are simply intrigued by the aura of spirituality? Rishikesh is the place to be. Thanks to a timely visit by The Beatles, this small city gained international fame in the late 1960s. This beautiful city appeals to all kind of travellers - and our guide will help you make the most of your explorations.
ADVENTURE ENTHUSIASTS’ RISHIKESH - Well suited to adventurers and adrenaline junkies, visitors can opt for White Water Rafting, Day Treks, Boat Trips (Shorter day-cruises and multi-day journeys), trek to Source of Ganges.
MUSIC BUFFS’ RISHIKESH - Visit the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram. In 1968, the Beatles paid a visit to learn the ins and outs of transcendental meditation.
SPIRITUAL SEEKERS’ RISHIKESH - Join devotees for the special Ganga Aarti ceremony in Rishikesh, walk the Suspension Bridges - Ram Jhula or Lakshman Jhula –that tend to sway on windy days.
Being just a stone’s throw away from Rishikesh’s main cultural attractions, means that the Punyah Residency offers the ultimate sightseeing convenience. Only a five minute walk to the heart of Rishikesh in Tapovan, overflowing with restaurants, cafes, and shops, you will never be far from whatever you need. Laxman Jhula, another popular area of Rishikesh, is just a ten minute walk away, as the Punyah Residency is perched 200 meters from the iconic Laxman Jhula Bridge.