Rishikesh: Rishikesh is one of the most popular places for yoga and meditation retreats. The Ganges river, which flows through the Town, is a significant tourist attraction. The numerous ashrams, ancient caves, and sacred mountains are all part of a fascinating religious heritage. Rishikesh offers a unique opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the Himalayas, experience the spirituality of yoga, and witness how people from all walks of life can come together in harmony. The pilgrimage's spiritual, cultural, and social aspects are an excellent opportunity to learn from and interact with local communities. As well as being a religious experience for those undertaking the pilgrimage, the festival is a chance for yoga lovers to come together on an adventure that will leave them feeling refreshed and renewed.

Rishikesh is a town of quaint cafes which offer local and international cuisines and are mostly packed with tourists. Interestingly, in the last couple of years, Rishikesh has become very popular for its vibrant Holi celebrations, organized mainly by private hotels and resorts. It is a town of festivals and celebrations. As a result, Rishikesh gets overcrowded during Holi, Diwali, and Christmas. The famous Town of Mandir Marga (Mandir Hill) is known for its scenic beauty and is the ideal place to host parties. The main attractions in Rishikesh are Jyotisar again, the birthplace of Lord Shiva. There are also several other places, such as Kedarnath and Gangotri, where one can see the eternal glory of Lord Shiva. It is believed that Shiva spent his last days here at the banks of Kedarnath lake. The lake has been adorned by Ram Darshan, a sight that one must not miss out on. The lake has different waterfalls and caves, all embedded with heavy gems in them, thus making it an eye-catching sight even during the daytime!