If you are looking for a short and memorable trip to Haridwar, then a Haridwar one day tour by private cab is a perfect option for you. You can enjoy the comfort and convenience of a private vehicle, while exploring the best places in Haridwar at your own pace. You can also customize your itinerary according to your preferences and interests.
Haridwar is one of the most sacred and ancient cities in India, known as the gateway to the Himalayas and the land of Lord Shiva. It is a popular destination for pilgrims, tourists, and seekers of spirituality and culture. Haridwar offers a variety of attractions, from temples and ghats to ashrams and festivals, that will enrich your soul and awaken your senses.
In this article, we will provide you with a suggested itinerary for a Haridwar one day tour of Haridwar by private cab, covering some of the most famous and beautiful places in the city. You will visit the Ma Chandi Devi Temple, the Maya Devi Temple, the Shri Bilveshwar Mahadev Temple, the Sidh Bali Hanuman Temple, the Chandi Ghat, and the Har Ki Pauri ghat. You will also witness the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti, a ritual of offering fire to the holy river Ganga, in the evening.
This itinerary will give you a glimpse of the rich history, culture, and spirituality of Haridwar, as well as the natural beauty and charm of the city. You will also learn some interesting facts and stories about each place you visit. So, without further ado, let’s begin our journey to Haridwar.
Haridwar ONE DAY TOUR ITINERARY
Pickup from your Door-step Home / Hotel in Haridwar at 9.00 AM
|Ma Chandi Devi Temple||You can take a ropeway ride or trek to the temple, enjoy the scenic views of the city and the river Ganga, offer prayers and flowers to Goddess Chandi Devi, and seek her blessings for fulfilling your wishes.|
|Maya Devi Temple||You can walk to the temple from Har ki Pauri, admire the ancient architecture and sculptures of the temple, worship Goddess Maya Devi, Goddess Kali and Goddess Kamakhya, and feel the divine energy of the place.|
|Shri Bilveshwar Mahadev Temple||You can drive to the temple through a wooded area, marvel at the beauty and serenity of the temple, pay respects to Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha, Lord Hanuman and Mata Rani, and meditate in the peaceful surroundings.|
|Sidh Bali Hanuman Temple||You can drive to the temple along the Khoh river, witness the striking orange color and grandeur of the temple, bow to Lord Hanuman and Lord Rama, and enjoy the panoramic views of the hills and the river.|
|Chandi Ghat||You can stroll along the ghat, take a dip in the holy river Ganga, perform pooja under the canopies or in the prayer hall, visit the Ganga museum and souvenir shop, and relax in the cafeteria.|
|Har Ki Pauri||You can explore the ghat, see the footprint of Lord Vishnu on a stone wall, watch the sunset over the river Ganga, participate in the Ganga Aarti ceremony, and float diyas on the water.|
Drop back at your Home / Hotel in Haridwar by 5:00 PM
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM Haridwar ONE DAY TOUR BY CAB
A Haridwar one day tour by private cab is a wonderful way to experience the spiritual and cultural richness of this holy city. You can expect to see some of the most revered and beautiful temples, ghats, and ashrams in Haridwar, as well as enjoy the natural beauty and charm of the city.
You can expect to start your tour early in the morning and visit the Ma Chandi Devi Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Chandi Devi on the Neel Parvat hill. Next, you can head to the Maya Devi Temple, another Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Maya Devi, the Adhisthatri deity of Haridwar. You can walk to the temple from Har ki Pauri, admire the ancient architecture and sculptures of the temple, worship Goddess Maya Devi, Goddess Kali and Goddess Kamakhya, and feel the divine energy of the place.
After seeking blessings from the goddesses, you can proceed to the Shri Bilveshwar Mahadev Temple, a beautiful temple of Lord Shiva in the heart of Haridwar. Next, you can visit the Sidh Bali Hanuman Temple, a historic temple of Lord Hanuman located on the banks of Khoh river in Kotdwara, about 30 km from Haridwar.
After paying homage to Lord Hanuman, you can return to Haridwar and visit the Chandi Ghat, a newly developed riverfront project on the left bank of river Ganga near Har ki Pauri. Finally, you can end your tour with the most awaited attraction of Haridwar, the Har Ki Pauri ghat and the Ganga Aarti.
Haridwar one day tour by private cab will give you a memorable and enriching experience that you will cherish for a lifetime.
Package Cost of 1 Day Haridwar Tour by Cab
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You should know What is including and not include in Haridwar One day tour Package
- Hotel / Home pick-up / drop-off from Haridwar
- 8 Hr Duration
- Round-trip transportation in private air-conditioned cab
- Parking Charges
- Toll Charges
What’s not include
- English-speaking guide
- Entry fee
- Food/ Accommodation
- Extra Duration
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ACTIVITY OF Haridwar ONE DAY TOUR BY CAR
Ma Chandi Devi Temple
Ma Chandi Devi Temple is a Hindu temple dedicate to Goddess Chandi Devi, a form of Goddess Durga. The temple is located on the top of Neel Parvat, about 4 km from Haridwar. The temple is one of the three Siddha Peethas (places of power) in Haridwar, along with Mansa Devi Temple and Maya Devi Temple. According to legend, the temple was build by Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century CE, who installed the idol of Chandi Devi that he brought from Kashmir. The temple is also believe to be the place where Goddess Chandi killed the demon kings Shumbha and Nishumbha.
The temple can be reach by a cable car (ropeway) or by trekking. The cable car service starts from Chandi Ghat and takes about 5-10 minutes to reach the temple. The trekking route is about 3 km long and takes about an hour to climb. The temple is open from 6:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm. There is no entry fee for the temple, but the cable car fare is Rs. 102 per person for a round trip. You can also buy a combined ticket for Chandi Devi and Mansa Devi temples for Rs. 150.
The temple is visit by thousands of devotees, especially during the festivals of Navratri and Kumbh Mela. The Ma Chandi Devi Temple offers a panoramic view of the surrounding hills and the river Ganga. The temple also has a small museum that displays the history and culture of Haridwar.
Maya Devi Temple
Maya Devi Temple is an ancient Hindu temple dedicate to Goddess Maya, a form of Goddess Shakti. The temple is located near Har Ki Pauri in Haridwar. The temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas (places where the body parts of Goddess Sati fell) in India. It is believe that the heart and navel of Goddess Sati fell at this place. The temple is also one of the three Siddha Peethas (places of power) in Haridwar, along with Chandi Devi Temple and Mansa Devi Temple.
The Maya Devi Temple dates back to the 11th century CE and is one of the oldest temples in Haridwar. The temple has a main shrine that houses the idol of Maya Devi, with four arms and three heads. On either side of Maya Devi, there are idols of Goddess Kali and Goddess Kamakhya, who are also forms of Shakti. There are also two other goddesses in the temple, who are worship as Shakti. The temple has a circular path around the shrine that has depictions of the ten Mahavidyas (forms of wisdom). Outside the temple, there is a smaller shrine dedicate to Goddess Chamunda and Goddess Shitala.
The temple is open from 6:30 am to 12:00 pm and from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm. There is no entry fee for the temple, but donations are accept by the temple trust. The temple is visit by many pilgrims and tourists, especially during Navratri and Kumbh Mela. The temple is consider as the guardian deity of Haridwar and no pilgrimage is complete without visiting this temple.
Shri Bilveshwar Mahadev Temple
Shri Bilveshwar Mahadev Temple is a Hindu temple dedicate to Lord Shiva, located on Bypass Road in Haridwar. The temple is name after Bilva (bael) leaves, which are considere sacre to Lord Shiva. The temple has a large Shiva Lingam (symbolic representation of Lord Shiva) that is worship by devotees.
The Shri Bilveshwar Mahadev Temple was build by King Suchat Singh in the 18th century CE, who was a devotee of Lord Shiva. The temple has a simple architecture with a dome-shaped roof and a spire on top. Shri Bilveshwar Mahadev Temple also has idols of Lord Ganesha, Goddess Parvati, Lord Kartikeya and Nandi (the bull mount of Lord Shiva) in its premises.
The temple is open from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm every day. There is no entry fee for the temple, but donations are welcome by the priests. The temple attracts many visitors throughout the year, especially during Shivaratri and other festivals related to Lord Shiva.
Sidh Bali Hanuman Temple
Sidh Bali Hanuman Temple is a Hindu temple dedicate to Lord Hanuman, located on the bank of Khoh river in Kotdwara, about 100 km from Haridwar. The temple is also know as Sidhbali Dham or Sidhbali Mandir. Sidh Bali Hanuman Temple is one of the most popular places to visit in Kotdwara and a centre of faith and devotion for many people.
The temple is believe to be a Siddha Peetha (place of power) where Lord Hanuman fulfills the wishes of his devotees. The Sidh Bali Hanuman Temple is also associate with many legends and stories of Lord Hanuman and his devotees. The temple has a large idol of Lord Hanuman in a sitting posture, painted in orange color. The idol is adorn with garlands and vermilion. The temple also has idols of Lord Rama, Goddess Sita and Lord Lakshmana in its sanctum.
The temple is open from 5:00 am to 2:00 pm and from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm every day. There is no entry fee for the temple, but donations are accepted by the temple trust. The temple is visited by thousands of people every year, especially during Hanuman Jayanti, Ram Navami and other festivals related to Lord Hanuman.
Chandi Ghat is a riverfront development project on the left bank of river Ganga in Haridwar, stretching across Har Ki Pauri in the Chandi Ghat area. The project was inaugurated on 21st February 2019 under the Namami Gange initiative, which aims to clean and rejuvenate the river Ganga. The project cost Rs. 69.18 crore and was completed months before the actual schedule.
The project has a 41,872 sq metre ghat that can accommodate a large number of pilgrims and tourists for bathing and performing rituals. The ghat has 17 canopies (chatris) where people can perform pooja and a prayer hall with a capacity of 300 people. The ghat also has a 140-m long cremation ghat that is more sustainable than conventional cremation methods. The cremation ghat has canopies for rituals and lockers to keep ashes.
The project also has various facilities for tourists such as an information centre, a parking area, a toilet complex, a cafeteria, a souvenir shop and a unique Ganga museum that displays the history and culture of Haridwar. The project also has high-mast lights that illuminate the ghat at night and make it a beautiful spectacle.
The ghat is open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm every day. There is no entry fee for the ghat, but donations are appreciated by the authorities. The ghat is visited by many people throughout the year, especially during Kumbh Mela and other religious occasions.
Har Ki Pauri
Har Ki Pauri is the most sacred and famous ghat in Haridwar, located on the right bank of river Ganga. The name Har Ki Pauri means “the footsteps of Lord Hari (Vishnu)”. The ghat is believed to be the place where Lord Vishnu left his footprints on a stone, which is preserved in a small shrine on the ghat. The Har Ki Pauri is also considered as one of the four places where drops of Amrit (nectar) fell during the Samudra Manthan (churning of the ocean).
The ghat is visited by millions of pilgrims and tourists every year, who come to take a holy dip in the river Ganga and wash away their sins. The Har Ki Pauri is also famous for its evening Ganga Aarti, which is a spectacular ritual of offering prayers to the river with lamps, flowers, incense and chants. Har Ki Pauri also hosts various religious festivals such as Kumbh Mela, Ardh Kumbh Mela, Magh Mela and Vaisakhi.
The Har Ki Pauri is open 24 hours every day. There is no entry fee for the ghat, but donations are accepted by the priests and volunteers who conduct the Aarti and other services. Har Ki Pauri offers a mesmerizing view of the river Ganga and the surrounding hills. The ghat also has many shops, stalls, temples and ashrams nearby that cater to the needs of the visitors.
Q: How can I book a private cab for the tour?
A: You can book a private cab for the tour online or offline. Online, you can use various websites and apps that offer cab booking services in Haridwar. Offline, you can contact local travel agents or cab operators in Haridwar and negotiate the best deal. You can also ask your hotel or guest house to arrange a cab for you.
Q: How much does the tour cost?
A: The cost of the tour depends on various factors such as the type of cab, the distance covered, the duration of the tour, the number of passengers, and the season. Generally, the cost of a private cab for a one day tour of Haridwar ranges from Rs. 2000 to Rs. 4000. This does not include the entry fees, cable car fares, donations, or any other expenses that you may incur during the tour.
Q: What are the best times to visit Haridwar?
A: Haridwar is a year-round destination that can be visited anytime. However, some of the best times to visit Haridwar are:
- During the winter season (October to February), when the weather is pleasant and cool, and you can enjoy the festivals of Diwali, Makar Sankranti, and Basant Panchami.
- During the spring season (March to April), when the weather is mild and comfortable, and you can witness the colorful festival of Holi.
- During the monsoon season (July to September), when the river Ganga is in full flow and you can experience the grandeur of Kumbh Mela or Ardh Kumbh Mela, which are held once in 12 years and 6 years respectively.
A Haridwar one day tour by private cab is a great way to explore the spiritual and cultural richness of this holy city. You can visit some of the most famous and beautiful temples, ghats, and ashrams in Haridwar, as well as enjoy the natural beauty and charm of the city. You can also witness the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti, a ritual of offering fire to the holy river Ganga, in the evening.
This tour will give you a memorable and enriching experience that you will cherish for a lifetime. You will also learn some interesting facts and stories about each place you visit. So, book your tour today and get ready for an amazing journey to Haridwar.