Shivpuri situated at a distance of 10 kms from Rishikesh, is one of the most popular tourist destinations for river rafting and adventure sports in India. The location of Shivpuri amidst green forests along the bank of river Ganga and over a small hill is perfect for holidaying and having a good and peaceful time with family and friends.

The absolute picturesque beauty and serenity of the place has resulted to it being one of the most sought after places to spend leisure time. Four rivers namely The Parwati, The Sindh, The Kuno and The Betwa pass through Shivpuri making it a perfect destination for river-rafting, kayaking and other water sports. The place remains cool and dry all around the year except for the months of April and May when the climate is hot. Find the images of Shivpuri here.

Last Updated on 16 September 2011



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