Muni Ki Reti was once the original gateway to the holy Char Dham pilgrimage. Situated along the banks of sacred river Ganga, at the foot hills of Himalayas, Muni Ki Reti has a unique identity. Cradled in the lap of nature, this place is dotted with numerous ashrams and centers for Yoga, meditation and Ayurveda.
Muni Ki Reti is enveloped by an air of spirituality. There are many temples and holy places that one can visit here. Every year, Muni Ki Reti receives tourists of all kinds in huge numbers. While some are here to learn Yoga, others come here for adventure sports like river rafting or pilgrimage.
Since tourism is a flourishing business here, Muni Ki Reti offers a perfect mix of experiences. On one hand there are mystical ancient temples and sacred places, on the other, there are modern hotels, restaurants and a crowded cosmopolitan marketplace. The blend sees Israeli and Italian cuisines comfortably combine with vegetarianism of the locale.
Interesting Places To See
Some of the popular attractions that you must not miss to see are:
- Ram Jhula
- Prachin Adi Badrinarayan Shatrughan Mandir
- The Herbal Garden
- Shri Kailash Ashram
- Shri Shivananda Ashram
- Omkarananda Ashram Himalayas
- Chotiwala restaurants
- Swami Dayananda Ashram
- Baba Mastram Gufa
How To Reach
By road, Muni Ki Reti is well connected with major destinations of the region like Dehradun (51 Km), Rishikesh (3 Km), Haridwar (27 Km). From Delhi, one has to take NH 58 to Rishikesh from where Muni Ki Reti is another 3 Km drive. Nearest railhead is Rishikesh and nearest airport is Jolly Grant (17 Km) of Dehradun.