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| Near Geeta Bhawan, Rishikesh, India
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

View of ganga ma from this jhula/bridge is simply can't be explained in words , although ferry is available if you want to travel .

Thank Gaurav K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Ram jhula is the bridge connecting the opposite banks of the Ganga in Rishikesh. Our driver dropped us near the steps. The steps were quite steep and we saw the elderly struggle down the same to reach the bridge. One can cross the bridge ,...More

Thank BlueTravelMagnet
Reviewed 1 week ago

Rishikesh has got a charm in itself. Temples, water sports, hiking, Beatles Ashram, Yoga, Meditation etc... Standing on this Ram Jhula gets you an amazing view of the River Ganga. This place is located in the state of Uttrakhand and at a drive of 5...More

Thank Adventurer815213
Reviewed 1 week ago

its a one of the main attraction place for tourists in Rishikesh , its a midly shaking suspension bridge.

Thank gautam r
Reviewed 1 week ago

Slightly undulated ancient bridge which helps people, cattle and two wheelers to cross. Saves lot of miles of travel and connects North Hrishikesh to south. South of the Hrishikesh is known as tapobhoomi, as many sadhakas were doing Japa, Tapa and various sadhanas right from...More

Thank PreetiU26
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Place has a certain serenity with river flowing underneath a mildly shaking suspension bridge. Enjoy the breeze

Thank Cancerain
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It connects Muni Ki Reti to Swargashram area. Nice scenic view from here. After crossing it, there are lots of food options available, famous Chotiwala restaurant is also there. Some clean Ganga Ghats are also there specially Geeta Bhavan ghat.

Thank Anu1626
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very crowded. Lots of two wheeler vehicle and cows. Difficult to walk. And also people clicking photos and selfie make more difficult to cross.

Thank ShikhaG239
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I liked Ram Jhula more than Laxman jhula because of the ghats and the views, and less crowd. Serene.

Thank ShilpiSharma
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is also same as laxman jhula. Bridge is maintained superbly even local people riding bikes and cycle over this bridge.

Thank Manish D
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Response from KrishnaBalaram | Reviewed this property |
Not so sure you can visit Badrinath, Kedarnath etc. in the winter months. I was speaking to a sadhu from the Mata Murti temple in Badrinath and he mentioned that the best times to visit is is May, June, and July. I do know... More
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Response from Anjan R | Reviewed this property |
Pure Inn(Chevron group of hotels & resorts), near Muni Ki Reti parking, a small cute hotel, right on the main road, walking distance to the ashram.
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