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If we start analyzing Himalayas and its Camping & Sightseeing attractions we will definitely run short of space because there is so much to write that it is not possible to capture it in few words. It attracts people because of various reasons. For some it the abode of God, for some it is a spiritual center, for some it is just a vacation and for some it is a trekking paradise. With such varied topography, Himalayas showcases nature’s beauty at its peak. It has immense opportunity for tourism as it provides travel attraction for everyone. Like wildlife, adventure, nature, and pilgrimage tourism.

Neelkhanth Mahadev

Thousands of devotees visit Neelkanth mahadev throughout the year. It is situated on the summit of the mountains across the sacred ganges river 40 km from jack pahadi homestay. According to mythology, this is the place where lord shiva drank the venom produced during sagar manthan.

Lansdwone Garhwal Rifles Regimental Division

Lansdwone is the one of the nearest hill station from jack pahadi house. Here you will get a glimpse of well preserved british heritage bungalows and churches. Enjoy the rearest view of himalays and natural beauty of the mountains with sunrise and sunset. On a clear day one can see breath taking views of Himalayan ranges. Uttarakhand Known as “Dev Bhoomi” which means “Land of Gods” Uttarakhand is close to the national capital.It is mainly known for its alluring and admiring beauty of Himalayas, lush green hills, the varied flora and fauna and the majestic view of the nature that makes Uttarakhand a perfect destination for weekend holiday destinations.
There are many ancient temples, forest reserves, national parks, hill stations, and mountain peaks that draw large number of tourist.
If you dream of a perfect romantic and refreshing date in the hills, then jack pahadi homestay is the place of your choice.

Village Tour

Take a break from your city life and dig deep into the heart of rural uttarakhand a land of peacefulness, farming and ancient customs still exists. You can witness the unspoilt beauty of the country and its rich culture, traditions and simple lifestyle by travelling to some great villages of India that have managed well to preserve all of it. Further, you can breathe in the fresh air, walk in the lush green mountains and spellbound at the stunning landscape.

Jumpin Height

Presents india first extreme adventure zone lacated in the adventure capitalof india, rishikesh, this is a must visit place for adventure seekers. Now you don’t haveto go all the way to places like new zeland to experience some high adrenaling charged thrill rides jumpin heights gives you the opportunity to try out bungee jumping,giant swing and flying fox. India’s Most Extreme Giant swing (83 mtrs) and Asia’s longest Flying Fox (Fly @ 140kmph for a length of 1 km). Run by ex- Army officers, and with Jump Masters from New Zealand, only the highest safety standards are maintained.

Laxman Jhulla

A suspension bridge across river ganga on the old route to the shrines of Badrinath and kedarnath is the landmark of the rishikesh. Enthralling culture, stunning scenery and magnificent architecture come together to make this 20th-century bridge one of Rishikesh’s most popular attractions.
Listen to the wild waters of the River Ganges and look on as small motor boats and rafts pass underneath you on Lakshman Jhula. Visit a grand temple at one end of the bridge and purchase handmade artwork and jewelry from markets on both sides.
Built in 1939 this suspension bridge measures 450 feet (137 meters) in length and stands 70 feet (21 meters) above the river. The local people will tell you that its name comes from Lakshmana, the younger brother of Lord Sri Rama who crossed here when the bridge was made from jute thread.
Fortunately you can now cross the bridge confident in its steel construction. Peer over the railings and down over the Ganges. Steep cliffs and dense forest line the banks offering no escape for the adventurous white-water rafters you can watch paddling through this section of the valley.
Return your attention to dry land and stroll along the bridge to see people dressed in bright clothes practicing meditation and a range of religious rituals. Many will then make their way to the 13-storey Tera Manzil temple at the far end of the bridge. Climb to the top floor to enjoy spectacular views of the river as it cuts a path through the rugged green mountains.
The bridge connects the Tehri and Pauri districts and both of these have extensive markets nearby. Walk to either end and you will find a vast selection of stalls where local artisans sell handcrafted goods. Find wooden sculptures and paintings or search for pretty garments and jewelry.
Lakshman Jhula is approximately 5 miles (8 kilometers) north of Rishikesh. The bridge is now used by small motorized vehicles as well as by visitors on foot. It is always open and there is no fee to cross.

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