Riverside Jungle Camp, Rishikesh

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River Rafting in RishikeshThe riverside jungle camp in Rishikesh is located in the Neelkanth valley. It is a beautiful riverside campsite located on the outskirts of Rishikesh and right next to Rajaji National Park, giving it an authentic natural look. The sound of the flowing water from the rivulet can be heard through out the day. It also acts like a natural jacuzzi and one can enjoy all day long, forgetting all about the worldly worries. One can also try bird watching in Rishikesh, Neelkanth valley is home to many rare himalayan birds including the Great Indian Hornbill, Kingfishers and Himalayan Bulbul.

The camp is an ideal base for enjoying the adventure activities in Rishikesh. One can try trekking to the waterfall as the nearest hidden waterfall is just a mile away from the campsite. The foothills of the Himalayas around the campsite are perfect for Rock Climbing/Rappelling in Rishikesh, which can be enjoyed even by newbies.

If you are up for extreme adventure sports, Rishikesh has one of the highest Bungee Jumping setup in Asia. The Bungee Station is just 6 Kms away from our campsite. Last but not the least, River Rafting in Rishikesh alongwith Cliff Jumping is something you just cannot miss. There are also numerous indoor/outdoors games at the campsite to keep you engaged for hours.

We have hosted many corporate adventure programs, get-togethers and team-building programs at our campsites in Rishikesh. Taking care of the conference requirements right at the campsite, as our conference hall can accommodate 125 persons and is fully equipped with modern Audio/Video facility. We are one of the biggest camps in Rishikesh regularly hosting large corporate events for companies like Reliance Communications, Religare, Intec Capital, Sapient, Standard Chartered, etc.

The camp is ideal for couples, group of friends, Families with children, Corporate groups, College Trips, School groups and Children Summer Camps.

Facilities at Riverside Jungle Camp in Rishikesh

River Rafting in Rishikesh

- Camp in Rishikesh provides accommodation in Tents.
- Meals are served in Buffet Style in the large Dining Area.
- Snacks are served during the Bonfire with light Music
- Onsite Rock Face for Rope activities- Rock Climbing/Rappelling
- Onsite setup for Zip-lining/Valley Crossing
- DJ facility available on demand (for large groups only)
- Large Conference Hall with Audio/Video Facility (Capacity: 125 Pax)
- The camp area is safe and sufficient lighting is maintained all around
- Fixed running water Indian/Western toilets.
- Electricity Back up through Genset

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EXCURSIONS/ATTRACTIONS:

- River Rafting in Rishikesh (6 Kms)
One has the option of trying the king of water adventure sports in the the rafting capital of India, Rishikesh. Rafting in Rishikesh is an adventurous and exciting experience. Minimum age limit for this adventurous experience is 12 yrs and over. One can also try cliff Jumping and Body Surfing during the rafting session.

River Rafting in Rishikesh- Hidden Waterfall/Limestone Caves Trek (1.5 Kms)
A beautiful 1.5 Kms trek passing through the Rajaji Forest takes us to the Hidden Waterfall. This waterfall is famous for its natural beauty and the limestone caves. There are also legends associated with it, they say there is a temple and an idol of lord Vishnu located deep inside one of the caves.

- Rope Activities - Rock Climbing, Rappelling and Valley Crossing (On-site)

- Ganga Aarti at Parmarth Niketan Ashram (7 Kms)
One of the most famous and prestigious Ganga Aarti is conducted by Parmarth Niketan Ashram. Parmarth Niketan is revered around the world as it is one of the very few places in India where children are taught Vedas. The Aarti that is attended by hundreds of people takes place at 6 PM in summers and 5 PM in winters.

- Neelkanth Mahadev Mandir (18 Kms)
The temple is one of the most revered holy shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva and is a prominent Hindu pilgrimage site. Maha Shivaratri is the most prominent festival celebrated in the temple and lots of devotees flock to the temple during the festival.

- Mussoorie (42kms)
Mussoorie is the famous hill-station that is known as the Queen of the Hills. The Mall Road of mussoorie is famous for its restarurants and cafes, one can also shop for souvenirs. Apart from the mall road, Mussoorie is famous for Gun Hill. From the middle of the mall road, a short cable car ride takes you to the Gun Hill which, on a clear day, offers magnificent views of the Himalayas.

- Kanatal (75 Kms)
Kanatal is an unspoiled and beautiful hamlet about 2 hours away from Rishikesh that is located at the height of 2500 mts above sea level. Apart from cool weather throughout the year, Kanatal is famous for deodar forests, picturesque view of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks and a mesmerizing sunset.

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