Vishnuprayag is one of the Panch Prayag (five intersections) of Alaknanda River, and lies at the juncture of Alaknanda River and Dhauliganga River, in Chamoli region in the Indian territory of Uttarakhand. Vishnuprayag gets its name from Vishnu, it is where Sage Narada contemplated, after which Vishnu showed up before him. It is close to Kagbhusandi Lake.
The Alaknanda River, which begins in the eastern slants of ice sheet fields of Chaukhamba, is joined by the Saraswathi River close Mana Village, and afterward streams before the Badrinath sanctuary. It at that point meets the Dhauli Ganga River, which begins from the Niti Pass, to frame the Vishnuprayag. This stretch of the Alaknanda River is known as the Vishnu Ganga. Legend portrays the love offered by sage Narada to god Vishnu at this conjunction. An octagonal molded sanctuary is situated close to the juncture that is dated to 1889, and is credited to the Maharani of Indore - Ahalyabai. A stairway from this sanctuary prompts the juncture.
You can easily reach Vishnuprayag by air, train and by road.
By Air : - Jolly Grant Airport is 255km from Vishnuprayag. Jolly Grant Airport is a nearest airport to Vishnuprayag. Vishnuprayag is well connected to motor able road you can take easily taxi from outside the Airport.
By train : - Rishikesh is nearest railway station of from Vishnuprayag. The distance between Rishikesh and Vishnuprayag 275 km. Taxi and buses are easily available outside the railway station.
By road : - You can take private buses and Taxis from Rishikesh or Haridwar till Vishnuprayag. Vishnuprayag is located on NH 07.