ROYALE RAINBOW RESORT is among the Best Riverside Luxury Resorts in Rishikesh with safe parking for your vehicle. We have 14 AC/ Non AC Cottages with modern washrooms.
6 ROYALE COTTAGE -AC & 8 DELUXE COTTAGE in Rishikesh
The Riverside resort in Rishikesh is located on Neelkanth Road, Just 20 minutes’ drive from Lakshman Jhula. Placed on top of a hill, surrounded by majestic hills and forest beside the river "HEVAL" (Him Ganga)
the resort enjoys beautiful views with privacy from the outer world.
The two words that describe us completely; "Original & Traditional".
Exclusive and Superb Facilities
we offer comfortable accommodation to guests. The spacious rooms at our Resort are fully equipped with all the necessary amenities and necessities. Accommodation is available in both Royale Cottage AC rooms - as well as Deluxe Cottage Non-AC rooms! All rooms have a double bed set up with Modern Washroom, a dressing area. You will definitely get impressed with the amazing views from the rooms of our resort. The friendly and well-trained staff at the resort takes pleasure in assisting you during your stay with a wide range of services.
Rafting in Rishikesh particularly is hands down the best; one could endeavour in India. From the gifted natural circumstances to the top professional assistance, the place has just the best to offer. There are some certified operators, whose safety arrangements are well in place, and there are customised packages for camping and rafting at Rishikesh.READ MORE
The Lakshman Jhula is a famous hanging bridge across the river Ganga that connects two villages, Tapovan in the Tehri Garhwal district and Jonk in the Pauri Garhwal district. Located 5 kilometres to the northeast of the town Rishikesh in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, the entire bridge is made up of iron, is 450 feet long and is situated at the height of 70 feet from the river.READ MORE
Situated on the banks of the holy river Ganges, Triveni Ghat is the biggest ghat in Rishikesh. 'Maha Aarti' happens every evening at Triveni Ghat.
Triveni Ghat plays an essential role in Hindu Mythology and is also mentioned in the epics Ramayan and Mahabharat. The Triveni Ghat is also where the chattri of Lord Krishna was constructed. In fact, the ghat is considered to be the cremation ground for the great Lord Krishna.
Ganga Aarti is the most auspicious and holiest ritual performed on the ghats of Rishikesh in the evening at the time of dusk. Considered to be a major source of tourism boost in the river town, the ceremony is a grand affair. The river bank is lit up with dainty floating diyas and the smoke of the hawans floating the skies.READ MORE
Cliff Jumping is another one of the exciting activities in Rishikesh. The activity is mostly done when you are down in the river, swimming or rafting or just taking a dip. It is basically just jumping down in the river from a considerably a height i.e. from a high cliff. Considered one of the most thrilling water sports, this is one of the top things to do in Rishikesh.READ MORE
Neelkanth Mahadev Temple is one of the most revered Hindu sites dedicated to Lord Shiva. Located in the Pauri Garhwal region, the temple is around 7km from Swarg Ashram. It is one of the most popular Shiva temples and is visited by devotees from all over the world.READ MORE
An iconic landmark, Ram Jhula, built in 1986, is a suspension bridge that runs across the sacred River Ganga connecting Shivananda Nagar to Swargashram. The bridge spans 750 feet and is a splendid work of engineering that connects the religious ashrams situated on both sides of the river and offers a splendid bird's eye view of the mighty Ganges and the serene nature at the foothills of the Himalayas.READ MORE
Shivpuri is a picturesque town located on the foothills of the Himalayas. It has a thrilling rafting stretch amidst beautiful natural surroundings and is, therefore, famous for River Rafting. The town is often referred to as the River Rafting destination in India. It also has a number of camps that draw tourists pretty often for a weekend getaway from nearby cities.READ MORE
Initially known as Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram, the Beatles Ashram was named so after the Beatles visited the ashram in 1968 to get trained on the advanced techniques of Transcendental Meditation. The ashram is now an eco-friendly tourist attraction located in the Rajaji National Park and offers a serene ambience located close to the mesmerising River Ganga. It is one of the attractions that is sure to take one close to nature. People, therefore, visit the attraction for soothing nature walks, trekking and bird watching sessions too.READ MORE