Delhi to Haridwar

Cab Services

220 km

via NH 334

via NH 334

Road Condition


Delhi is the National Capital Territory of India. From historical tombstones to jam-packed shopping malls, from Mughal backyards to Delhi University campus, the capital city has multiple personalities and attractions, making it notable to the World. Being the capital city, Delhi attracts people from all over India. It is also the most crowded town in the country. Delhi is a metro-politan city with potency in arts, commerce, edification, amusement, trend, business, healthcare, media, professional services, research and development, tourism and transport, all causative to its importance. Being such a busy and crowded city, it has a well connected service of cabs. Meru is one of the top leading cab services, which offers transportation in even the remotest locations. Meru cabs are spread all over Delhi, be it the main city or rural areas. So travelling from one location to the other is quite easy, especially when you book Meru Cabs at low and affordable rates with no hidden extra charges.


Haridwar is an ancient city and important Hindu pilgrimage site in North India’s Uttarakhand state, where the River Ganges exits the Himalayan foothills. Haridwar, accurately translated as the “Gateway to God”, is one of the Hindu sacred places in India and a center of Hindu religion and theology for centuries. It is considered to be the oldest pilgrimage city amongst the seven holiest cities in India. Haridwar is one of the first townships where Ganga comes out from the peak to touch the landThe largest of several sacred ghats (bathing steps), Har Ki Pauri hosts a nightly Ganga Aarti (river-worshipping ceremony) in which tiny flickering lamps are floated off the steps. Worshipers fill the city during major festivals including the annual Kanwar Mela. Book Meru’s Delhi to Haridwar cab and get multiple cab options – Hatchback, Sedan & SUV for your comfortable travel. Visit this holy city with your family and feel the divine essence of God here.

Places to see on route

Roorkee Cantonment

Roorkee Cantonment is a cantonment town, in Roorkee, Haridwar district in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, and is one of country’s oldest cantonments established in 1853. It is the headquarters of Bengal Engineer Group since 1853.Roorkee became home to the Bengal Sappers and Miners in 1853, and two artillery units were stationed here. Today, the cantonment has a large army base with headquarters for ‘Bengal Engineer Group’ (BEG), also known as Bengal Sappers, established in 1803.

Har ki Pauri

The Har Ki Pauri is the beloved ghat on banks in the Ganges at Haridwar. This ghat observes the daily Aarti sacrament and greets crowds which congregate banks for the Aarti. The Har ki Pauri is also referred to as Brahmakund and folklore reveals that Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu had stopover this place as in the Vedic era. This revered place is the major landmark of the holy city of Haridwar. Go for a heritage walk along this sacred Ghat on the banks of river Ganga or take a bath in the holy river which is reffered as washing away all your sins or mistakes once you are dipped in water. Hire a Meru cab to reach here on time in the evening to attend the Aarti, which would surely enrich and purify your soul.


Mansa Devi

One of the main stopover temples in Haridwar, Mansa Devi Mandir is situated atop the Shivalik inclines. This can be a caucus amid lovers, how they tie holy strings about the tree that stands within the grounds in the Mansa Devi temple. Through the temple, you can grab stunning glimpses of the Haridwar city. An Outstation Meru cab would be most reliable and convinient to visit such divine and holy places.

Chandi Devi

Chandi Devi shrine, situated on the peak of Neel Parvat, is one of the major appeals in Haridwar and it is a sign of loyalty to Goddess Chandi. Chandi Devi is of immense sacred significance which is measured as the Shakti peethas of North India. This holy place is also referred to as Siddh peetha, since it is thought to own influences which will match the desires in the followers.To reach the temple one has to either follow the three kilometre trekking route from Chandighar and reach the shrine by climbing a number of steps or climb the recently introduced rope-way (cable car) service.

Daksha Mahadev Temple

This holy place is set up towards south of Kankhal city in Haridwar that has been built by Rani Dhankaur in 1810 A.D. The Daksha Mahadev shrine is certainly the spot where Daksha executed a Yagna (a Hindu ritual). In the Hindu tradition, Daksha Prajapati is the father of Sati, the real spouse of Lord Shiva. This heaven is just a little drive outside the railway station. Hire a Meru cab online and enjoy your visit at this holy temple.

Maya Devi

The temple is on the list of shakti peethas in India. Maya Devi Temple in Haridwar was built to worship and perpetuate the memory of Goddess Maya. It is believed that the heart and navel of goddess Sati fell in the region where the temple stands today. This popular Hindu pilgrimage spot is dedicated to Hindu Goddess Durga. Various celebrations are held with the Maya Devi sanctuary, keeping good traditions and customs. Apart from being a holy place of worship, the temple is well known for its ancient architectural beauty. Delhi to Haridwar Meru cab is a just the perfect choice to visit this pious and devotional temple.

Patanjali Yogpeeth

Patanjali Yogpeeth, which was inaugurated in 2006 is located in Haridwar. It is named after Maharishi Patanjali who believed to be the inventor of Yoga. The trust aims to increase the propagation of yoga and Ayurveda as methods of living life with Yogavyas (Yoga Exercise). Patanjali Yogpeeth is medical and research institute of Yoga and Ayurveda. Patanjali Yogpeeth also performs serveral activities and services like treating patients through Ayurveda in hospital, laboratories, research centres and other facilities. This is the must-visit attraction of Haridwar and is the best place to practice yoga.

How the roadmap by cab would look like between Delhi to Haridwar?

The distance between New Delhi (Delhi) to Haridwar (Uttarakhand) is 212 kilometers. It will take at least 4 hours 34 minutes via NH334 with a Delhi to Haridwar Meru Cab. Via Upper Ganga Canal Rd and NH334 the distance may be bit long. It may take 5 hours and 26 minutes and the distance you need to cover will be 213 kilometers.

What is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit the place is from November to March when the weather remains cool and soothing. In July there is a carnival called Savan where thousands of people flock to Haridwar. If you prefer to reach Delhi to Haridwar by road. Visit Meru Outstation online and check out the details to plan your trip.

Alternate routes to Haridwar from Delhi

If you are looking for all the various connectivity options on this route, you can also check out Delhi to Haridwar distance by car to find a number of choices to travel with the Indian Railways or find the city bus service. Before proceeding for this trip via road you should know all about the Delhi to Haridwar cab service. At Meru, you would get exciting offers on Outstation cabs. Plan your trip to Haridwar with Meru cabs and enjoy real discounts.

What is the road condition like between Delhi to Haridwar?

A road trip comes with its own enjoyment and a long cab drives from Delhi to Haridwar is a refreshing experience for sure. The road is quite good but has small bumps and potholes which give a good jerk if you don’t slow down. But still it would be an thrilling road trip for you and also an unforgettable experience travelling with Meru cabs.