Delhi to Rishikesh Taxi Service

About Rishikesh

Often referred to as the Yoga capital of the world, Rishikesh (also spelled Hrishikesh) is an administrative division of the Dehradun district in Uttarakhand. Known mostly for its spiritual significance, religious heritage and vibrant culture, it is revered by locals and frequented extensively by travellers from around the nation as well as abroad. Rishikesh is relatively well-connected. Travelling from the country’s capital to this city is pretty much a breeze. Rishikesh lounges at an elevation of 372 meters, making it a comfortably located town i.e. easy to reach, but not without its geographical charms. The mountains in Rishikesh birth the Ganga river, which then flows into Haridwar. The river is an area of spiritual intrigue and one of the most well-preserved aspects of this gorgeous place nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas.

Rishikesh Weather and Temperature

While not quite temperate, Rishikesh’s temperature ranges from a maximum of 38 degrees to a minimum of 24 degrees in the summer. In winters, the temperature ranges between a maximum of 28 degrees and a minimum of 9 degrees. Rishikesh’s weather is never too extreme, which makes it a pleasant visit regardless of the time of the year.

Things to Do at Rishikesh

There can be no dull days when one makes a plan to visit this pristine town. Do not mistake its serenity for boredom – it is teeming with life and authentic specimens of the culture of this great nation! The 137 m long Lakshman Jhula is a massive mechanical construction that connects the Tapovan and Jonk villages, and is quite the point of interest because of its sheer magnitude and sturdiness. The Ram Jhula, a similar structure only three kilometres away from Lakshman Jhula, and lovingly named after Lord Ram, is also a must-visit if you’re in town. Triveni Ghat, (which is on the bank of the Ganga river) and the Neelkanth Mahadev Temple are beautiful examples of Rishikesh’s spiritual glory and rich history. The evening Maha aarti at the ghat is quite a spectacle and manages to somehow both soothe and energize your senses no matter how many times you witness it. The Kunjapuri Devi Temple and Raghunath temple are also great places to visit if you’re looking for some soul-food. If you’re looking for more contemporary destinations ways to spend your time, places like the Beatles Ashram (Chaurasi Kutiya) and adventure sports like the ones available at river rafting camps await you here! Offering something for everyone, Rishikesh is quite the package. Moreover, the diversity of places to lodge here, ranging from ashrams to top-tier hotels and a variety of hostels makes it perfect for your budget too.

 

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Delhi to Rishikesh

Taxi | Cab Fares Delhi to Rishikesh

Vehicle Type Vehicle Category Seating Capacity Fare
AC Sedan Dzire | Etios | Xcent | Zest | Amaze 4 + D 3500
Mini SUVS Aria | Xylo | Ertiga 6 + D 5200
SUVS Marazzo | HEXA | Innova 6 + D 5800
AC Van Tempo Traveller 12 | 13 + D 11000

*Note -The above rates does not include toll tax and parking and the same will payable to the Driver separately.

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About the Journey

The distance between Delhi to Rishikesh is 240 km away from Rishikesh by road. The various modes of travel one can opt for are as follows –

  • RailwayThe easiest way to get from Delhi to Rishikesh by train is to first take a train from Delhi to the city of Haridwar, which is a meagre 21 km away from your destination. Though one can directly travel to Rishikesh via train but the number of trains running uptill Rishikesh are very few in number. The train journey may last anywhere between 4 and 7 hours, depending on which train you take, and the number of stops in between. There are 16 trains that run on the daily between Delhi and Haridwar. The cost, in any case, will be under 1,200. After reaching Haridwar, you can either book a taxi from Haridwar to Rishikesh, (which will be available very easily under any circumstance), or take a walk from the railway station to the Haridwar Bus Station, which is, conveniently, only 200 meters away. You will be able to make it to the Rishikesh ISBT in less than 100 rupees.

  • Flight – Traveling from Delhi to Rishikesh by plane or flight is actually one of the most popular ways of getting to this city. There are short and efficient daily flights from Delhi to Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport which take no more than an hour or one hour and fifteen minutes, at max. Once you reach the Jolly Grant Airport, it is very easy to make your way from there to Rishikesh via taxi. In fact you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find that the airport is much closer to Rishikesh than it is to Dehradun, i.e. 21 km away. It should take you no more than half an hour to forty five minutes. You just need to specify whether you’d like to go to Lakshman Jhula or Ram Jhula, and you should be there in no time.
  • Taxi | Cab – If you’re choosing to travel from Delhi to Rishikesh by taxi, the most obvious option is to take a cab from the Delhi airport, but that is quite an extravagant option. Outstation cabs or pre-arranged transportation is a much cheaper and more feasible option. It will take you about 6-8 hours (max.) to get to Rishikesh via cab or taxi. The ride is mostly smooth, with a nice change in scenery to look forward to.

 

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