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Ram Jhula

Near Geeta Bhawan, Rishikesh, India
+91 88944 04523
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  • Excellent38%
  • Very good42%
  • Average18%
  • Poor1%
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Near Geeta Bhawan, Rishikesh, India
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+91 88944 04523
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is also a very old bridge established to cross the river, Ganga. If you stand in the middle of the bridge that you can feel that the bridge is actually oscillating. this is an amazing feeling.

Thank Ditun_P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This bridge is bigger than the Lakshman Jhula and so it is called the Ram Jhula. Like Lakshman Jhula, it aids in connecting the two sides of River Ganga. River Ganga can be seen flowing calmly below. Walk on the bridge was peaceful except for...More

Thank rajani k
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Sure the bridge is old and for its time, it could have been a great thing. But, in today's world, I don't thing it should be a tourist attraction. It's just a hanging very small bridge giving a decent view of Rishikesh. That's all about...More

Thank Ritesh J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This bridge is called Ram Jula while the other is called Laxman Jula. We walked across the Ganga on this bridge and while returning used the boat ... just Rs.10 per head

Thank plpalani
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Good to see the 2nd famous bridge in Rishikesh. We passed through it on motorbike. Cows like to pass on it also!

Thank LaRah103
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

ram jhula and laxman jhula are top attraction of rishikesh. views from middle of bridge was awesome. visit early morning because it is very crowed

Thank anjuanjali
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

the place is nice, i found many people who stay calm to listen, near to town only five minutes walking.

Thank MOHAMED O
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Great feeling when you get the view of the shops along side the River Ganga. At the beach of ganga towards the eastern side of Ram Jhula the view of setting Sun is all you desire to wind up a tiring day in Rishikesh, Soothing...More

Thank altafkhan808
Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

Decent views of the Ganges. Supposed to be a pedestrian bridge but watch out for motorbikes. Could be peaceful but it’s not. If here worth a visit but not a must see destination.

Thank TAMAN1951
Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

View from the centre of the bridge is awesome. Enjoy the scenic beauty of rishikesh here. Very narrow bridge. However you can rent a bike in rishikesh and explore everything it has to offer.

Thank mohitp398
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Being S
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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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