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Chardham Yatra Tour

Chardham Mandir, Fatehpur Range, Uttarakhand, India
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Duration

10 Days 9 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

30 people

Languages

English, Hindi, Kannada

Chardham Yatra Tour distance – 44kms

Trek difficulty – Moderate.

Feet – 11,755

Numerous Hindu temples may be found in Uttarakhand, earning it the nickname “Devbhoomi,” or “Land of the Gods.”  There are several pilgrimage routes in Uttarakhand, but the Chardham Yatra Trek Tour stands out among them all. This Yatra, or pilgrimage, takes devotees to four different sacred locations in the Himalayas: Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. The word for “four” in Hindi is “char,” while the word for “dham” signifies “religious sites.”

Shrine visitors may only access these locations during the brief summer months (April/May) and fall/winter months(October/November) (October or November). It is recommended that the Char Dham Yatra tour be completed in a clockwise manner. As a result, the journey begins in Yamunotri, continues to Gangotri and Kedarnath, and concludes at Badrinath. Transportation options include driving and flying to reach the destination (helicopter services are available).

Come along on the Chardham Yatra Tour, where you will encounter the divine essence of the Himalayas at every turn, and where faith and adventure collide amid the hallowed confines of Uttarakhand.

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Short Itinerary

Day 1: Haridwar to Barkot (210kms/7-8hr) HT : 1352 MTS.

Day 2: Barkot to Yamunotri to Barkot {36kms drive & 6kms Trek (one side)} HT : 3291 MTS.

Day 3: Barkot to Uttarkashi (100kms/4hr) HT :1352 MTS.

Day 4: Uttarkashi to Gangotri to Uttarkashi (100kms/3-4 each side) HT : 3048 MTS.

Day 5: Uttarkashi to Guptkashi (220kms/8-9hr) HT : 1319 M

Day 6: Guptkashi to Kedarnath (30kms by road & 19kms Trek)

Day 7: Kedarnath to Guptkashi (19Kms Down Trek & 30kms/1hr by Road)

Day 8: Guptkashi to Badrinath (215kms/7hr) HT : 3133 MTS.

Day 9: Badrinath to Joshimath to Rudraprayag (160kms)

Day 10: Rudraprayag to Haridwar (165kms/5-6hr)

Day 1

  • HARIDWAR TO BARKOT HT : 1352 MTS. DISTANCE -210kms TIME - 7 to 8 HRS
  • Take a trip via Mussoorie on the way to Barkot, stopping at Kempty Fall and Mussoorie Lake (Suggestible to have your lunch at Kempty fall as further no good restaurants are available before Badkot).
  • When the time comes, make a beeline towards Barkot and check into your hotel.
  • After the Pahad (hill) Yatra of Yamunotri is completed the following day, you have the remainder of the day to recharge.
  • It's recommended that you spend the night at Barkot.
  • The weather in Barkot is mild all year round, with average highs of 25 degrees Celsius and lows of 10 degrees Celsius and five degrees Fahrenheit.

Day 2

  • BARKOT TO YAMUNOTRI TO BARKOT DRIVE - 36kms AND 6KMS TREK
  • As the sun rises, To reach Yamunotri, start your walk at Jankichatti/Phoolchatti (6kms).
  • Traveling by foot, horseback, or a Doli, at one's own expense.
  • The trail travels through a verdant valley populated by a wide variety of plant life, including conifers, rhododendrons, cactus, and other varieties of Himalayan plants.
  • Respectfully, Yamunotri Wrapping rice in a towel and dipping it into the boiling water of the kund is a great way to prepare it.
  • This rice is called "Prasad," which pilgrims take home with them.
  • Divya Shila may be worshiped here at this location, before continuing on to Jamunabai Kund for a refreshing dip and to get a glimpse of the holy Yamunaji.
  • Get back on the road to Barkot for another night there.
  • The 19th-century Yamunotri Temple was commissioned by Maharani Gularia of Jaipur.
  • This century has seen two separate destructions and reconstructions of the structure.
  • A common method of cooking rice in Yamunotri involves wrapping it in a towel and dipping it into the steaming water of the Tapt kund.
  • This rice is known as "Prasad" and is given to pilgrims to take home with them.
  • Nearby, devotees may do "Pooja" (worship) at the Divya Shila statue.
  • Surya Kund, or the Sun's Pool, is a collection of pools fed by a series of hot springs located next to a temple.
  • Of them, Surya Kund is the most important.
  • The average high temperature in Yamunotri during the summer is 18 degrees and the average low is 10 degrees.
  • Days are mild, but evenings may be frosty.

Day 3

  • FROM BARKOT TO UTTARKASHI HT :1352 MTS. DISTANCE - 100 KMS TIME- 3 TO 4 HOURS
  • Get in the car and go to Uttarkashi after breakfast.
  • Upon arriving at Uttarkashi, you may check into the hotel.
  • Pay a visit to the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Uttarkashi.
  • Rest for the night at Uttarkashi.One may visit many ashrams and temples in Uttarkashi.
  • Its name, Kashi, comes from the fact that it is so similar to and located (as north of) the city of Kashi (Varanasi).
  • A city on the banks of the Ganges, like Varanasi.
  • One of the earliest Shiva temples in Northern India is the Vishwanath temple.
  • The Maharani Khaneti Devi of Tehri State rebuilt it in the original form in 1857.
  • It occupies a prime location in the middle of town.
  • From ancient times forward, worshippers have brought their offerings to the temple and laid them at the base of a gigantic iron trident that stands as a symbol of the heavenly mother.
  • The temple grounds also have modest temples dedicated to the gods Ganeshji, Sakshi Gopal, and Markandeya Rishi.
  • A unique aarti, known as Akhand Jyoti and Akhand Abhishek, are performed each morning and night.
  • Uttarkashi is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas and is referred to as "Saumya Varanasi" in the Skanda Puran.
  • The Shakti Temple is located just across from the Vishwanath Temple.
  • It features a large "Trishul'' that is roughly 6 meters tall and 90 centimeters in diameter at its base.
  • There are varying theories concerning its composition, but the top half seems to be iron while the bottom half is copper.
  • This Shakti was so named because, according to the epics, Goddess Durga (Shakti) threw it towards the demons.
  • Over here, at This spot, stands this Shakti that was constructed after that.
  • Conditions in Uttarkashi - Summers may be rather warm (between 30 and 35 degrees Celsius), but the cool evenings make up for it.

Day 4

  • UTTARKASHI TO GANGOTRI TO UTTARKASHI HT : 3048 MTS. DISTANCE- 100KMS TIME - 3 to 4 hours
  • Start your journey to Gangotri bright and early (with a breakfast in a backpack), stopping at Gangnani to bathe in the holy waters of Garam Kund, and then continuing on through the scenic Harsil Valley.
  • Harsil is well-known for its stunning landscape, which includes many Deodar trees and towering mountains.
  • Take a holy bath in the Ganges, or Bhagirathi as it is known at its source in Shree Gangotri.
  • After finishing your Pooja and Darshan, take some time to unwind in the serene setting.
  • Travel return to Uttarkashi at a later time.
  • Rest for the night at Uttarkashi.
  • Located on the right bank of the Bhagirathi River, the Gangotri Temple was built in the 18th century by the Gorkha General Amar Singh Thapa.
  • The summertime high in Gangotri may reach 20 degrees Celsius.
  • Even in the heat of summer, temperatures may drop to about 10 degrees Celsius at night.
  • If you plan on going to Gangotri in the summer, bring some light woolen garments.
  • Gangotri's winters are notoriously frigid.
  • As winter approaches, Gangotri will be blanketed with snow.
  • The severe snowfalls of winter force the closure of all pilgrim centers.

Day 5

  • UTTARKASHI TO GUPTKASHI HT : 1319 MTS. DISTANCE - 220kms TIME - 8-9 hours.
  • Get in the car and go to Guptkashi via Moolgarh and Lambgaon in the morning after a hearty breakfast.
  • At Tilwara, along the way, you may see the picturesque Mandakini River.
  • Kedarnath is the source of the Mandakini River, which you may follow all the way to Guptkashi, where you can then pay a visit to the ArdhNarishwar Temple.
  • After arriving at Guptkashi, guests may check into the hotel.
  • Staying the night at Guptkashi.
  • The term "Gupt Kashi '' is an abbreviation for "Hidden Benares," which is the original meaning of the name.
  • According to legend, when the Pandava brothers went in quest of Shiva, he hid in Guptkashi at first, but then fled to Kedarnath, farther up the valley, to avoid being seen.
  • In the summer, the weather is mild, with highs in the 25°C to 30°C range.
  • Winters are really cold.

Day 6

  • GUPTKASHI TO KEDARNATH DISTANCE - 30 kms by road and 19kms trek.
  • Leave for Kedarnath dham in the morning after breakfast.
  • Enjoy the Kedarnath Darshan and return to your hotel.
  • Staying the night at Kedarnath.
  • A driver will take you to the Helipad where you've made advance arrangements in the morning.
  • Whether you're arriving by helicopter or hiking, just let Driver know when to expect you, and he'll be there to pick you up.
  • A helicopter ride is not included in this deal.
  • Our driver will leave you in Sonprayag in the morning so you may catch a local jeep to Gaurikund and begin your trek to Kedarnath Ji.
  • The journey back to Sonpraag after darshan involves retracing your steps.
  • There is a severe lack of parking, which means your driver may return to another palace if you are unable to reach him through his cellphone.
  • The Kedarnath range provides a stunning background for the Kedarnath shrine, one of Lord Shiva's 12 jyotirlingas.
  • The Hindu deity Lord Shiva also goes by the name Kedar.
  • Legend has it that after defeating the Kaurava in the Battle of Kurukshetra, the Pandavas felt terrible over killing their own brothers and sought Lord Shiva's blessings to atone for their sins.
  • After many successful evasions, he finally found safety in Kedarnath, disguised as a bull.
  • After realizing he was being pursued, he dove below, leaving just his hump above ground.
  • Because of its elevation, Kedarnath experiences chilly temperatures throughout the year.
  • The summers are mild and pleasant, whereas the winters are harsh.
  • The average high temperature throughout the summer months is approximately 20 °C.
  • Wearing anything woven from a light woolen is suggested.
  • Temperatures in Kedarnath may drop to below freezing during the winter months.
  • At this time of year, snowfall is common.
  • Tourism is low at this time of year because of the harsh weather.

Day 7

  • KEDARNATH TO GUPTKASHI DISTANCE - 19 kms trek down and 30kms Drive
  • Following morning Pooja and breakfast, guests at the Kedarnath hotel may check out and return to Sonprayag.
  • Our driver will wait for you at the agreed-upon location.
  • Get back in the car and go to the Guptkashi hotel for the night.

Day 8

  • GUPTKASHI TO BADRINATH HT : 3133 MTS. DISTANCE - 215 kms TIME - 7 hours.
  • Get in the car and go to Badrinath after breakfast.
  • At the time of your arrival in Badrinath, please check into the hotel.
  • After taking a dip in the Taptkund, devotees are invited to stay for the evening's Badrivishal Darshan and Aarti.
  • The Pinddan Shraddh of ancestors, or Brahamakapal, is a major reason for its significance (Pitrus).
  • Mana, Vyas Gufa, Maatamoorti, Charanpaduka, Bhimkund, and the "Mukh" of the Saraswati River aren't the only fascinating tourist destinations in the area.
  • Situated within a three-kilometer radius of Badrinathjee.
  • Staying at Badrinath for the night.
  • Mana Village is the final Indian settlement before reaching Tibet, and is inhabited by a mixedIndo-Mongolian and Tibetan people.
  • Like its name implies, the Vasundhara Waterfall is a breathtaking sight.
  • There are five kilometers between this location and Badrinath, only two of which are passable by car all the way to Mana.
  • On the opposite side of Mana village, over the raging Saraswati River, is a large rock that has been shaped into a natural bridge known as Bhim Pul.
  • Bhim, the second oldest of the five Pandava brothers, is credited for placing it there, where it provides a breathtaking view of water crashing down through the small channel beneath the rock.
  • Vyas Gufa (cave): This rock-cave may be found close to Mana Village.
  • It is here that legend has it Ved Vyas wrote the Mahabharata and the pauranic comments.
  • The average high in Badrinath will be about 18 degrees Celsius, while the average low will be around 8 degrees Celsius.
  • As a result, visitors to Badrinath need to bring plenty of warm, woolen garments.
  • Many snowstorms characterize Badrinath's winters.
  • The average temperature in the winter is a frigid 5 degrees Celsius.
  • It is not recommended for visitors to come at this period due to the harsh weather.

Day 9

  • BADRINATH TO JOSHIMATH TO RUDRAPRAYAG DISTANCE - 160 kms TIME- 4 hours
  • Get picked up by a vehicle in the morning and taken to Rudraprayag via Joshimath.
  • After stopping at the Narsingh Temple in Joshima th, you may travel back to Rudraprayag.
  • Upon arriving at Rudraprayag, you may check into the hotel.
  • You will be staying at Rudraprayag for the night.
  • Rudraprayag Temperatures average between 35 and 40 degrees Celsius during the summer, while during the winter, days are mild and nights are chilly (between 20 and 5 degrees Celsius).

Day 10

  • RUDRAPRAYAG TO HARIDWAR. DISTANCE - 165 kms TIME - 5-6 hours
  • Leave Rishikesh for Haridwar in the morning after breakfast. Rishikesh, often known as "place of sages," is a holy city on the banks of the Ganga that is hemmed in on three sides by the Shivalik range of the Himalayas.
  • According to legend, the name "Rishikesh" was bestowed upon the region when a God known as "Hrishikesh" appeared to the ascetic Raibhya Rishi.
  • Arrival at the Hotel.
  • Later, check out the sights and temples of Rishikesh,including Laxman Jhulla and Ram Jhulla. Staying in Haridwar for the night.

  • HOTEL ACCOMMODATION AS PER PACKAGE SAME
  • OR SIMILAR HOTELS
  • MEALS AS PER PACKAGE (08 BREAKFAST + 08 DINNER).
  • TRANSFERS AND SIGHTSEEING AS PER ABOVE.
  • ALL TOLL TAX, PARKING, FUEL AND DRIVER ALLOWANCES.
  • HORSE / PAALKI / HELICOPTER FOR TREKKING AT KEDARNATH.
  • ANYTHING NOT MENTIONED UNDER ‘PACKAGE INCLUSIONS
  • ALL PERSONAL EXPENSES, OPTIONAL TOURS AND EXTRA MEALS.
  • ANY KIND OF ENTRY FEES ANYWHERE IF NOT MENTIONED IN INCLUDING. TIPS, TRAVEL INSURANCE, MEDICAL INSURANCE, LAUNDRY CHARGES, LIQUORS, MINERAL WATER, TELEPHONE CHARGE.
  • PORTER, PONY, HORSE, CABLE CAR, BOAT, TRAIN TICKETS,
  • AIR TICKETS CHARGES.

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Tour's Location

Chardham Mandir, Fatehpur Range, Uttarakhand, India

What is the Chardham Yatra Tour?

The Chardham Yatra Tour is a sacred pilgrimage journey that covers four significant Hindu pilgrimage sites in the Indian state of Uttarakhand: Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. These sites hold immense religious significance and are believed to cleanse the soul of devotees.

How long is the Chardham Yatra Tour?

The duration of the Chardham Yatra Tour varies depending on the route and mode of transportation chosen. Typically, it takes around 10 to 12 days to complete the entire pilgrimage by road, including travel time and visits to each of the four dhams.

When is the best time to undertake the Chardham Yatra Tour?

The best time to embark on the Chardham Yatra Tour is generally from late April to early November when the weather is conducive for travel and the pilgrimage sites are accessible. However, specific dates may vary each year due to weather conditions and road accessibility.

How will I be communicated with once the payment is done?

You’ll be added to a WhatsApp group a day or two before your trip date, where all the last-minute details are shared.

Is it safe for females and solo travellers?

Women/girls safety and security is very important to us. Therefore, it is totally safe for Women/girls to go on tour and travel. Our  trek leaders accompany the group at all times. They provide constant support and direction to the group. Our campsites are safe and secure. They provide a safe place to stay. Our trip leaders frequently accompany the group on our trips.

Yes, solo travellers are welcome on our adventures. The best part of solo travel is the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life. As the trip progresses, strangers become friends, creating a sense of community. That’s why we invite you to join us on our adventures.

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