Women Only Tours in Haridwar


One of India's most-visited divine destinations, Haridwar is especially sacred for Hindus. Located on the banks of the Ganges River in Uttarakhand, this town draws in millions of pilgrims during the Kumbh Mela, held once every 12 years. Apart from this grand festival, this town is still full of unforgettable experiences. Explore the ghats and seek blessings at the many temples dedicated to Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Ganga and Durga. Spend your evenings with the Ganga Aarti, where the hymns and chants, ringing temple bells, and many floating lamps create an electrifying atmosphere. Get ready for surreal experiences, cleanse your soul and strengthen your faith with your favourite women.

  • Best Time to Travel

    February, March, August - October

  • Curent Weather

    Light Rain Shower - 26° degree

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Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in Haridwar

Tourists are usually found here shopping for rudraskhas, seeds used in Hinduism as prayer beads. You can buy these at Moti bazaar, Jwalapaur and Bara bazaar. And if you're looking to sample some delicious sweets; you can visit Mathura Walon ki Prachin Dukaan.


"Ardh Kumbh Mela (January-February):
This festival of Haridwar garners the most attention. During the festival, pilgrims and tourists from around the world gather and the town lights up dramatically. It is believed that if you take a dip in the holy Ganges during the Kumbh Mela, you will achieve nirvana.

Diwali (October Or November):
A festival of lights, Diwali is celebrated with much fervour in the city of Haridwar. Devotees swarm the place in huge numbers. Every corner is immersed in happiness and spirituality. To experience a serene Diwali, this destination is where you should go!

Holi (March):
Holi is a spring Hindu festival celebrated widely throughout India. During this event, people not only play with powdered colours and water, but also extend their love to their near and dear ones, forgetting all their differences. And here is Haridwar, the festival becomes all the more enchanting with soothing chants and glee all around!"


"Durga Temple:
When tranquillity and serenity blend; the experience becomes extraordinary. Such is the temple of Mansa Devi. Nestled on the southernmost hill of the Shivalik range, the temple offers a breath-taking view of the river Ganges and a panoramic view of the city.

Bharat Mata:
A temple dedicated to Mother India, Bharat Mata is one unique shrine in the city of Haridwar. It is an eight-storeyed temple that takes you back in time to the era of Ramayana! If you are a history buff, this temple should be on your list!

Har ki Pauri:
This is the most famous ghat on the banks of river Ganges. It is believed that people who bathe here free themselves from all the sins; it cleanses their soul. In the evening the ghat comes to life with prayer songs and lit up diyas. Visit this place to ignite the spiritual side in you!"

Things to Carry

During winters, carry woolen clothes, as the temperature falls very low
Carry moisturizer cream and sunscreen lotion
Since it's a religious city, it is advisable to wear well-covered clothes
Bring along comfortable pair of shoes"

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