is a picturesque destination affording enchanting views throughout
The right time to visit would be February, March, August -
The summer months between March and June when the days get
hot but the nights remain pleasant. One way to cool off is
by taking a dip in the holy Ganges.
In July there is a festival called Savan where thousands of
people flock to Haridwar. Major roads are blocked and hotels
are crowded. It is better to avoid travelling to Haridwar
during that time.
Haridwar hosts many religious festivals as a place of religious
significance. Ramanavami (March-April), Buddha Poornima (May),
Kanwar Mela (July), Karthika Poornima (November) and Diwali
(October) are some festivals celebrated here with much festivities.
It is estimated that nearly 3 million people attends Kanwar
Mela in July.
Though Haridwar can be visited anytime of the year
as it is very well connected via Road - Rail & Air.