The holy town of Rishikesh is apt for both religious as well as adventurous souls. It is home to uncountable shrines dedicated to various Hindu gods. Lakshman Jhula remains a central attraction for people visiting Rishikesh. The suspension bridge is 70 feet above the river and holds religious values. Neelkantha Mahadev Temple of the town is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is believed to be standing on the place where the Lord drank the Venom. Rishikesh is renowned for various yoga ashrams located here where one can delve into this ancient art to balance their mind and body. Other than these, the foaming water of River Ganga offers travellers some great opportunities to partake in trekking, rafting and camping activities.