Chaar Dham Yatra

10D – 9N | Haridwar to Hairdwar

₹ 21500 ₹ 30,500

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↬ Description

Because Uttarakhand is home to a significant number of Hindu religious sites, it is also referred to as “Devbhoomi,” which translates to “Land of the Gods.” Although the state of Uttarakhand is home to a number of different pilgrimage trails, the Char Dham Yatra is the most famous of them all. Yatra, which literally translates to “pilgrimage,” sends devotees to four separate holy sites in the Himalayas. These sites are Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. In Hindi, the number “four” is spelt “char,” while the term “dham” refers to “religious sites.” Only during the short summer months (April and May) and the autumn and winter months (October and November) (October or November), are visitors to the Shrine permitted to reach these areas. It is strongly suggested that the Char Dham Yatra be performed in the opposite direction of the traditional clock. As a direct consequence of this, the trek starts at Yamunotri, then moves on to Kedarnath and Gangotri, and finally arrives at Badrinath. To reach the location, some of the available transportation choices include driving and flying (including the use of helicopter services).

↬ Itinerary

Day 1: Drive from Haridwar to Barkot

It is recommended that you arrive at the Haridwar Railway Station as early as possible in the morning. Our representative will welcome you and then transport you to Barkot. To travel to Barkot, you must first visit Mussoorie. The breathtaking mountain ranges that encircle Mussoorie, often known as the “Queen of Hills,” may be seen on all sides of this hill station. Mountains covered with snow may be found to the north and east of the area, while the Doon Valley and the Shiwalik Mountains can be found to the south and west. Visitors often remarked that the village had the appearance of a “fairyland.” It is a 90-kilometer (two-and-a-half-hour) trip from Haridwar to the destination. After a brief stop in Mussoorie, go to Lakhamandal, which is located a little distance away from the major road that leads to Barkot and is around 5 km in length. It is generally accepted knowledge that Lakhamandal has ties to the time period of the Mahabharat. During the time of the Agyatwaas, it is said that Pandav lived in this region. In addition, the most essential components of the Lakshagriha (also known as the Wax House) may be found right here. After you’ve taken in this breathtaking panorama, keep going until you reach Barkot. On the way from Mussoorie to Yamunotri is where you’ll find the quaint small town of Barkot. It’s situated at an elevation of 1,280 metres. After you have arrived in Barkot, you should check into the hotel. We will go to Barkot in the evening, and there will be our destination for the night.

Day 2: Drive from Barkot to Yamunotri and return

Today, we suggest you get an early start and make your way to Janki Chatti. Right now is the perfect moment to start your climb up Yamunotri. Having to pay for your own transportation, whether it on foot, mule, or palanquin. Yamunotri is the source of the holy river Yamuna, which originates in Saptarishi Kund, a glacial lake located at an elevation of 4,421 metres. Yamunotri is located in India. People have been making the pilgrimage to this ancient temple in order to pay their respects to the capricious Goddess Yamuna for generations. The yatra begins in Rishikesh and leads the visitor through some of the most stunning landscapes in India. The journey culminates in a 14-kilometer ascent from Hanuman Chatti that is both physically refreshing and spiritually stimulating. After you’ve completed your business at the temple, you should make your way back to the hotel you were staying in earlier in Barkort. Find a place to stay in Barkot for the night.

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↬ Map of Char Dham Yatra

↬ Inclusion

  • Transportation to Char Dham from Haridwar/Rishikesh/Dehradun and Back.
  • Pickup/drop from Haridwar/Rishikesh/Dehradun
  • Hotel Accomodation.
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • Driver TA-DA
  • Fuel charges
  • State Taxes
  • Tolls and Parking fees

↬ Exclusion

  • Any airfare.
  • Lunch
  • Any personal expenses like calls, laundary etc.
  • Insurance
  • Any claim due to natural Calamities such as landslides, road blockage etc.
  • Other things not mentioned in Inclusions.

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