Rishikesh

19 Dec 2018 - 20 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Rishikesh?

9.8
Wellness
7.8
Spiritual Seekers
7.6
Adventure Travellers
7.1
Outdoor Enthusiasts
7.1
Family Travellers
Member reviews (27)
Mahesh Bhatt
Mahesh BhattRishikesh
16/04/2017

Yoga Therapy teacher Training YOGA THERAPY TEACHER TRAINING COURSE IN RISHIKESH Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training Course at Rudray Yogalaya in the holy city at the banks of river maa Ganga. Yoga therapy courses that enables you to teach your students the practical training in yoga, asanas, pranayamas, cleansing techniques, various meditation techniques, naturopathy techniques,

Sumit Sharma
Sumit SharmaGurugram
11/05/2016

Really an amazing place for adventure enthusiasts for around the world. As it has the versatile combination of rafting, camping, trekking and cliff jumping. Have been there last month.

Rishabh Sharma
Rishabh SharmaNew Delhi
27/03/2016

One of the best an silent places I have ever been. Small waterfall and great height were just awesome.

Matthew Crompton
Matthew CromptonSydney
06/01/2017

The self-described "yoga capital of the universe", Rishikesh is great for those looking to align their chakras, but is also a fantastic place even if you're not into Ashtanga. Set between two high ridges with the gorge of the slate-blue Ganges running deep below them, the town is physically gorgeous and wonderfully laid-back, and though there's certainly a hippie vibe, it's also a more pleasant and natural place than Dharamsala, which can sometimes feel a bit like a carnival. Grab a yoga mat, hit a cafe or two, take a dip in the Ganges, hike in the surrounding hills, or just hang out on the cool suspension bridges watching the world go past -- Rishikesh is the perfect place to go in India to get away from it all.

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