You should definitely visit beatels ashram it's popular yet offbeat place in rishikesh. patna waterfall also can be an offbeat option
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Rishikesh is called as spiritual land of India filled with lot of places to explore. Will share a few Tripoto links written by travellers pertaining to their travel to Rishikesh, see if it is suitable for your travel. 6 Offbeat Places In and Around Rishikesh That You Probably Didn't Know of! Here are some more to explore Ram Jhula Beatles ashram Laxman jhula Shivpuri Triveni ghat.
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Before writing this suggestion, I went through your profile. you are more of trek person. I would like to suggest you some offbeat places: •Patna Waterfall •Neer waterfall •Goa Beach point •Parmarth Niketan Aarti (6.00-6.30pm) •Janki Bridge •Camping in Shivpuri near Ganges
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Thank you ❤️
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Here are some offbeat places near Rishikesh that you may want to consider visiting: Neer Garh Waterfall: This is a beautiful waterfall located about 3 kilometers from Rishikesh. It's a great place to take a dip in the cool waters and relax amidst nature. Kunjapuri Devi Temple: Located about 28 kilometers from Rishikesh, Kunjapuri Devi Temple is a serene and peaceful place that offers stunning views of the Himalayas. It's a great place to watch the sunrise or sunset. Rajaji National Park: If you're a nature lover, you'll enjoy exploring the Rajaji National Park, which is home to a variety of wildlife including tigers, leopards, elephants, and more. Vashishta Gufa: This is a cave located about 25 kilometers from Rishikesh that is associated with the sage Vashishta. It's a peaceful and serene place that is perfect for meditation. Kaudiyala: If you're looking for an adventure, Kaudiyala is a great place to go river rafting or camping. It's located about 38 kilometers from Rishikesh and offers stunning views of the river and surrounding mountains. Devprayag: This is a small town located about 70 kilometers from Rishikesh where the Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers meet to form the Ganges. It's a beautiful and serene place with a rich history and culture. Auli: This is a picturesque hill station located about 250 kilometers from Rishikesh that offers stunning views of the Himalayas. It's a great place to go skiing or trekking, and is perfect for nature lovers.