Apart from a comfy stay and delicious food, the other necessity for a perfect trip is to enjoy and explore the fun-filled activities. We, Lucky Hotel also arrange Yoga Sessions, Ganga River Rafting, Camping, Trekking and other activities on demand. We just aim to offer the best from our side to the guests so that they will love to visit the beautiful city of Rishikesh again and again.
When God gives this much to Rishikesh; then it's our duty to share it with you people!
Lucky Hotel knows the best of Rishikesh; from wellness activities to adventurous activities; there is a lot to explore and experience. We offer activities to guest as per their choice.
When it's about to experience the best of Rishikesh, then how can one forget the adrenaline rush of Rafting on the Ganges. Rafting in Rishikesh is among the best adventures in the city.
The adventure offers the 4 stretches to explore the waves of the Ganga under proper safety and guidelines. The shortest stretch is of 9 km and the farthest stretch is of 36 km; every stretch has some thrilling rapids to experience and enjoy the best of the Ganga.
Rishikesh is blessed with the scenic views and ultimate beauty. The splendid Himalayas, the River Ganga, the beautiful scenario sets an amazing topography of the Rishikesh.
Camping in Rishikesh is a chance to experience and enjoy this incredible nature of the place. Eat, Sleep and Walk in the lovely nature of Rishikesh. The activity will ultimately give you the real feel of paradise, the real feel of nature, the real feel of beauty.
Away from the crowd, Vashishta Gufa is a very peaceful place on the banks of the holy river Ganga, mostly local people visit there on Sunday. This is the perfect place for meditation.
Vashishta Cave is situated in the small village known as Gular and is surrounded by many Gular trees.
17 km from Tapovan (Rishikesh) and 6 km from Shivpuri on Rishikesh-Badrinath highway; the Ashram is surrounded by hills and serene atmosphere.
It has been said in the mythology that the Neelkanth Mahadev Temple is built on that holy point where Lord Shiva consumed the poison at that time of the Samudra Manthan, which was churning the ocean by the deities (gods) and Asuras (demon). Poison was placed on his neck, which turned into the influence of blue, and thus God is also called Neelkanth. The meaning of the world Neal is blue and Kanth is neck or throat. Devotees of Lord Shiva every year visit in huge numbers.
Lakshman Jhula is 6 km from Rishikesh railway station; it is an iron suspension bridge built on the River Ganges.This hammock provides a beautiful view of the famous temples, ashrams and river Ganga. Tourists are very much fascinated by this Lakshman Jhula and it becomes a landmark for the whole world. Here you will see many ancient temples, Yoga schools, and the good and unique market for tourists located in this area.
Bharat Mandir is about half a kilometer from the famous river bank of the city. It is considered the oldest temple in Rishikesh.
The statue of Lord Narayana (Vishnu), set in the temple, is of black stone, which is composed of a piece of saligram. On every Basant Panchami, the idol of Lord Bharat is carried out in a holy procession, for a dip in the holy Ganga river. A large number of people participate in this procession. The holy records of Bharat Mandir can be found in the ancient text of the Hindus. It is said that the temple which is now standing is actually a renovated image of the original temple, which was destroyed by a gun Tamor. Bharat Mandir is an ideal destination for those tourists who have visited the ancient religious monuments and historical facts.
Visit the Kunjapuri temple on the Himalayas where the Ganga River flows below. On a five-mile journey, along with the local villages and fields. The temple is a renowned Shakti Peeth where the upper portion of burnt Sati falls.
The journey takes about an hour from Rishikesh to the Kunjpuri temple, and the most amazing thing is sunrise here which lights the Himalaya in a beautiful glow, eventually shines on the city of Rishikesh and the Ganges. The way you will pass mountains, villages, farms, and more.
4 km from Rishikesh railway station and 2 km from Lakshman Jhula; Ram Jhula is an iron suspension bridge on the Ganga River located in Rishikesh. Ram Jhula was constructed in 1986 with the help of Shivanand Ashram. Earlier it was hanging jute Rope Bridge without any pillar. Although similar in design, this bridge is bigger than Lakshman Jhula. It is a pedestrian bridge with a length of 750 feet (230 meters), which is also used for two wheels. Many famous ashrams are also situated in the Ram Jhula like Yoga Niketan, Parmarth Niketan, Geeta Bhawan, Swargashram. There are many shops available on both sides of the bridge, which sell precious and semi-precious stones, clothes and so on.
Parmarth Niketan is 15 km from Rishikesh Railway Station. It is the place where International Yoga Festival held every year in February and thousands of people from different countries participates in this festival.
The ashram was established in 1942 by Swami Shukdevandanandji Maharaj (1901-1965). It is the headquarters of Swami Shukdevand Trust, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to religion, spirituality, and culture. There is an amazing 14 feet Shiva statue on the banks of Ganga. This Ashram is famous for its Havan and Ganga Aarti, which happens in the morning and evening in Parmarth Ghat. The ashram also provides accommodation to the visitors. It is the largest ashram in Rishikesh with more than 1000 rooms.