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TRAVEL A new resort near Rishikesh

For those doing the popular Haridwar-Rishikesh tour, here is one of the newest resorts to stay — Latitude – 30*N Ganga. Nestled amidst the scenic beauty of the Himalayas and overlooking the serene waters of the Ganga. The resort is located about 30 kms. from Rishikesh and 256 kms from the Capital.

Surrounded by reserved forest and with over 200 trees spread over the location, Latitude – 30*N Ganga offers a charming yet rustic and rugged ambience. The five-acre property houses 22 well-appointed air-conditioned cottages with breathtaking view of the Ganga valley and the mighty Himalayas. All cottages offer ample room for privacy with a personal deck and are equipped with state-of-the-art amenities.

It also offers an array of interesting outdoor activities for adventure enthusiasts, ranging from rafting, wall climbing, mountain biking, hiking, astronomy, yoga, kayaking or even camping out for a night within the property. The activities are conducted by certified Active Officers with a separate outdoor schedule for kids while using world-class equipments. The resort also boasts of an alfresco swimming pool overlooking the valley and indoor play area for kids with a collection of board games and books. 

The resort also offers gastronomic Indian and Continental cuisines at its 60-seater White Water Café, with options of both indoor and outdoor dining. Conferencing facilities are also available for small working groups, at the 44-seater conference room - The Confluence.

The packages start Rs.6250 per person/per day on twin sharing basis and include three meals along with selective outdoor activities which can also be customised to suit the traveller's needs.

Reservations can be made online at booking@

It offers an array of interesting outdoor activities for

adventure enthusiasts




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