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Experience a holiday with a difference at the exclusive Leopard Beach Tented Camp. The sojourn at this camp promises you the thrill of the outdoors and the spill of White Water Running. Located at the foothills of the Himalayas 16 kms from Rishikesh, the camp is set up amidst picturesque environs by the holy Ganga River and is surrounded by a thick Sal forest.

Accommodation here is in safari tents and the camp is known for its utmost emphasis on safety, its efficient staff and its excellent cuisine.

Leopard Beach Tented Camp serves as an ideal base for adventure activities in the Himalayas. It is situated 16 kms upstream of Rishikesh on a secluded sandy beach by the Ganga River and is 250 km from Delhi. A thick Sal forest amidst scenic and picturesque environs surrounds the camp with accommodation in roomy safari tents with cots. The camp is known for its friendly and efficient staff and excellent cuisine.

Activities possible in the camp

  • Rafting
  • Rappelling
  • Nature walk
  • Bird watching in the surrounding areas
  • Kayaking on a placid stretch near the camp
  • Beach games like volley ball, Frisbee, water polo etc.
  • Trekking
  • Day hikes to the surrounding hills

Getting There

By Road:
Delhi – Meerut bye pass – Khatauli – Muzaffar Nagar bye pass – Roorkee – Haridwar. Once you cross Haridwar, drive towards Rishikesh. Our campsite, Leopard Beach Tented Camp is situated 16 kms ahead of Rishikesh at Shivpuri village. It is situated on the Devprayag-Badrinath road.

Just before reaching the village, there is a big bridge called the Shivpuri Bridge. Just after crossing the bridge, about one km. on the right side you can see a board of ‘Leopard Beach Tented Camp’.

By Rail:
Haridwar is the nearest railhead for Shivpuri. There are three trains from Delhi for Haridwar.

Dehradun Shatabdi: Morning Departure
Time: Depart Delhi 0655 hrs from New Delhi Railway Station. Arrive Haridwar 1115 hrs.
Depart Haridwar 1800 hrs. Arrive Delhi 2230 hrs.

Jan Shatabdi: Afternoon Departure (Does not operate on Sundays)
Time: Depart Delhi 1530 hrs from New Delhi Railway Station. Arrive Haridwar 1920 hours
Depart Haridwar 0623 hrs. Arrive Delhi 1105 hrs.

Mussourie Express: Overnight train
Time: Depart Delhi 2215 hrs from Old Delhi Railway Station. Arrive Haridwar next day -0550 hrs
Depart Haridwar 2230 hrs. Arrive Delhi next day at 0605 hrs.

Nizamudin DDN AC Special (Operates Daily)
Time: Depart Delhi 2355 hrs. Arrive Haridwar ? 0400 hrs
Depart Haridwar- 1025 hrs. Arrive Delhi – 1440 hrs

IND DDN Express (Operates only on Mondays & Sundays)
Time: Depart Delhi 1130 hrs. Arrive Haridwar ? 1647 hrs

Full Day Excursions:

Trek to Kunjapuri:
Drive for about an hour to the Kunjapuri temple, our starting point for the trek. Set amidst lush green forest, Kunjapuri offers fantastic and glorious views of the legendary Himalayan peaks like Banderpoonch, Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi, and Trisul etc. The temple is dedicated to goddess Durga. A fair is held on Ashtami in this beautiful temple, built on flattened part of a hilltop. Thousands travel to receive her blessings.

Visit to Devprayag:

Drive to the holy town of Devprayag, which is at the confluence of two sacred rivers, the Bhagirathi and the Alaknanda. Both the rivers merge here to form the Holy Ganges.

The Ganga is the most sacred river in the Hindu religion and a dip in the holy waters of the Ganga is said to wash away all sins.

Half-Day Excursions:

Local Sightseeing in Rishikesh:

A great pilgrimage center of India made famous by Beatles who stayed here in an ashram for 3 months. It is famous the world over for its yoga centers and spiritual missions.

We visit temples, ashrams, Yoga centers and the famous Laxman Jhoola and Ram Jhoola suspension bridges in Rishikesh, made famous by the Beatles who visited here in the 1970’s. At Rishikesh, the holy Ganga leaves the Himalayas and enters the Indo- Gangetic plains on its 2525 – km journey to the Bay of Bengal.

Trek to Malakunthi Village:
Drive for 12 kms upstream of camp to reach Malakunthi Village. Visit local cave temple and look at stalagmites and stalactites.

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