Camping is the best way to get away from the noise and fast-paced life of the cities, and seek refuge in the lap of nature. You come closer to nature by living in simple tents featuring the most basic of amenities. As the night approaches, you light a bonfire, gaze at millions of stars and hear the random buzzing of insects. For all of this, it is important that you choose a quiet place away from the urban cacophony. Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, with the Ganga River making way through its heart, Rishikesh provides a bountiful of camping opportunities. Leopard Beach Rishikesh, about 16 km from the main city, is a beautiful place to enjoy camping. It is situated on the bank of the river, and is surrounded by hills comprising thick Sal forests.
The long, sandy riverbank is lined with 30 tents, where you will be provided a pleasing accommodation. Every tent has well-made beds, mineral water and linen to make your stay pleasurable and comfortable. Buffet meals are served to you under cloth canopies, allowing you to dine with your folks. While relaxing at the camp, you can play beach volleyball by the river or click numerous photographs as memories of the trip.
How to Reach
• By Road
The riverside city of Rishikesh is approximately 232 km from New Delhi by road, and the distance can be covered in about five hours. From New Delhi, drive along the Meerut Bypass or National Highway 58 up to Khatauli. Once you reach this town, take a diversion and follow the Muzaffarnagar Bypass till Roorkee, and follow the road towards Haridwar. From here, travel to Rishikesh, and once you reach the city, follow the Devprayag-Badrinath Road till you reach Shivpuri. Just before you reach here, you will cross a bridge, and after about a kilometre, you will see the signboard of Leopard Beach Rishikesh on your right.
• By Rail
The city has a railway station, but no direct trains from New Delhi. From the Indian capital, trains can be taken till Haridwar, and then another train from there to Rishikesh. There are numerous mail and express trains from New Delhi to Haridwar, and tickets may be booked to travel in any of them. Some of these services are available daily, whereas the others are only on specific days in a week. Tourists may consult the website of Indian Railways for all the information related to trains between the two destinations.
The best time for coming to the beach for camping is from September all through the winters till May. In June, July, August and the initial days of September, the region experiences heavy rainfall. This results in the suspension of operations at the camp during monsoons.
1).Rates are per person per night on twin sharing basis with mandatory requirement of minimum 2 paying adults
3).Accommodation in Deluxe tents
4).Water bottles in tents
5).Bar-be-cue on the last night
6).Sodas & soft drinks in the camp
7).All adventure activities (one rafting session for 1night /2 days)
8).Use of equipment and the services of trained guides for outdoor activities
1).GST @ 5.0%
3).Anything not mentioned under the head inclusions.
4).Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary / stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, road blocks and / or any factors beyond control.
5).Uttarakhand Government Luxury Tax (Rs. 60 per night per tent)
6).Alcoholic beverages (we do not provide/supply/sell any)
7).Any Transport/rafting transfers (Transportation is required for transfer to put in point and back from take out point during rafting)
8).Single Tent Supplement