Reaching Haridwar

Haridwar, Uttaranchal is considered to be the gateway to the gods and it is one of the most visited Hindu pilgrimage centers of the country. With convenient transportation system, reaching Haridwar is easy enough.

Haridwar is situated at the meeting points of the Gangetic plains and the Himalayan Mountain slopes. It is close from several major north Indian cities like Dehradun, Pouri etc. The Capital of India New Delhi is about 214 kilometers away from Haridwar.

To reach Haridwar by air, one has to descend at the Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun and take a train or any road transport from there. One can also land at the Delhi airport and resume his journey from there. Haridwar in Uttaranchal has a very good road network with the National Highway No. 45 passing through the city. Haridwar is also very well connected with the rest of North India via railway network. To know more how to reach Haridwar, please log into the below mentioned links:

Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012



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