FIND PEACE IN THE TEMPLES AND NATURE THAT SURROUND HARIDWAR
While work may bring you to the Radisson Blu in Haridwar, the cultural attractions and natural beauty of the area will entice you to stay. Animal lovers can get close to elephants, tigers, panthers and hundreds of birds at Rajaji National Park, while adventure seekers can enjoy a thrilling ride down the rapids near Rishikesh. Because Haridwar is one of Hinduism's seven holiest sites, many pilgrims also flock to the area to visit sites like Har Ki Pauri, Mansa Devi Temple and Bharat Mata Mandir.
- Patanjali Yogpeeth - 6 km
Patanjali Yogpeeth is one of the world’s largest yoga schools, seeking to cultivate yoga, Ayurveda and Ayurvedic medicines.
- Mansa Devi Temple - 10 km
Built to honor the goddess Mansa Devi, this Hindu temple draws many visitors due to the belief that the goddess answers the requests of her followers.
- Har Ki Pauri - 12 km
Positioned on the banks of the Ganges River, Har Ki Pauri is a popular destination for pilgrims desiring to bathe where Lord Vishnu is said to have once stood.
- Chandi Devi Temple - 13 km
Offering beautiful views of Haridwar, this temple is set on the top of Neel Parvat in the Sivalik Hills and is reachable by cable car.
- Shantikunj - 15 km
Enjoy a spiritual day of meditation at Shantikunj, the headquarters for All World Gayatri Pariwar.
- Bharat Mata Mandir - 16 km
Instead of the expected statues of gods and goddesses, this temple features a map of undivided India carved out of marble.
- Pawan Dham - 16 km
Full of mirrors, intricately designed statues and walls with glass designs, this shrine is one of the most popular sites in Haridwar.
- Rafting at Rishikesh - 34 km
Known for its exhilarating rapids, the Rishikesh area of the Ganges is the perfect spot for a rafting adventure.
- Ram Jhula - 34 km
Experience stunning views of the flowing Ganges River when you walk across this historic bridge that hangs from its banks.
- Rajaji National Park - 40 km
Take a day trip to this wildlife park for a chance to see more than 500 elephants, a dozen tigers and 400 different bird species.