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Char Dham –Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath & Badrinath 10N/11D

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Char Dham –Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath & Badrinath 10N/11D


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Yamunotri Dham is the origin of the river Yamuna. Situated at an altitude of 10,200 ft.

Main tourist attractions in the Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath & Badrinath trip


Yamunotri Temple– Yamunotri is the source of the Yamuna River which is one of the major rivers of India. Yamunotri temple is one of four temples in the Char Dham pilgrimage circuit. Guests also visit Janaki Chatti and Suryakund (Hot Springs) and Divya Shilla, a rock pillar as part of the pilgrimage.


Gangotri Temple– Gangotri (9000+ ft above sea level) is one of the four pilgrimages part of the Char Dham circuit. Gangotri is where Holy River emerges for the first time.


Badrinath Dham– Badrinath (11000+ ft above sea level) is home to Badrinath Dham, one of the most visited Hindu pilgrimage centers. It is the most visited of the four sites in the Char Dham pilgrimage circuit. The temple is surrounded by spectacular views of the mountain ranges. Access is difficult in high season and there are traffic regulations to control the movement. Temple is open between May – Oct. Exact opening and closing dates vary each year.

Tapt Kund– Tapt Kund is a set of hot sulfur springs just below the Badrinath temple. Pilgrims take a bath here before visiting the temple. The springs have a year-round temperature of 45 degrees Centigrade.

Narad Kund– Narad Kund is arranged close to Tapt Kund. It is accepted that the Badrinath icon was acquired from this Kund. Narad Kund boiling hot water spring is situated under the Garur Shila and holds a therapeutic worth. Fans take a plunge in this Kund before entering the Badrinath sanctuary for Darshan of Lord Badrinath.

Mana Village– Mana Village is an outpost, 3 Kms from Badrinath offering Himalayan views and pilgrims visit Vyas Gufa, Vasudhara Waterfalls, and Bhim Pul here.

Vyas and Ganesh Gufa– Vyas & Ganesh-Gufa cavern is situated in the Mana Village alongside numerous different caverns. It is accepted that in this cavern Ved Vyas directed his acclaimed epic of Mahabharata to Ganesh and accordingly it has been named Vyas Gufa. There is an icon of Ved Vyas indicated composition Granth (epic book) inside this hole.


Kedarnath Temple– Kedarnath Temple is one of the holiest Hindu temples and is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples. Due to extreme weather conditions, the temple is open only between May to end of Oct / Mid-Nov. Kedarnath temple is accessed on foot or pony from Guptkashi (13 Kms) or via a helicopter ride (from a base 23 Kms from Rudraprayag). Kedarnath is also one of the Panch Kedar temples in the area. There is a Samadhi Mandir dedicated to Adi Shankar behind the Kedarnath temple which is also visited along with Kedarnath.

Vishwanath Temple– Vishwanath Temple at Guptkashi is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is considered similar to the one in Varanasi.


Har ki Pauri– Hark Ki Pauri (also known as Brahmakund) is where evening Aarti is conducted and the Aarti is nothing short of a spiritual experience for even a non-Hindu or a non-pilgrim. It’s kind of a crowded area and gets even more crowded once every 12 years when Kumbh Mela is held here.

Triveni Ghat– Evening aarti is performed at Triveni Ghat. Ashes of the dead and ceremonies related to Shradh are performed here. Triveni is also a bathing Ghat where pilgrims take a dip in the holy Ganga River.

Lakshman Jhula– Lakshman Jhula (1939) is a 450 ft hanging Rope Bridge on the river Ganges near the Tapovan area in Rishikesh. It connects guests arriving on the other side of the river to the bathing ghats area. It’s believed at this place Lakshman (Brother of Lord Rama) build a jute bridge to cross over the river and therefore the spot is also considered holy. A five-story temple is built on the other side of the bridge.

10 Nights 11 Days
12+ Age
  • Departure
    New Delhi
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 8:45 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM
  • Return Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM
  • Dress Code
    Comfortable athletic clothing

Day 1: Delhi to Haridwar (230 Kms covered in 6-7 Hrs by road)

We'll start sharp at 9 AM from New Delhi railway station. After 7 to 8 hrs of drive, we'll reach Haridwar. Haridwar is a renowned pilgrimage set on the holy river Ganga and home to several significant temples such as Mansa Devi Temple (A Shakitpeetha temple and accessible via Ropeway ride). Reach in time for evening Ganga Aarti at Har ki Pauri which is considered a definitive spiritual experience and therefore recommended for every pilgrim. Overnight, stay at a hotel in Haridwar.

Day 2: Haridwar to Barkot/Kharsali (205 Kms covered in 7-8 Hrs/250 Kms covered in 8-9 Hrs by road)

After early breakfast at 8 AM first, we will depart for Barkot, located on the foot of Yamunotri. On arrival at Barkot, check-in to your hotel/camp. The rest of the day is free to relax and store your energy for the Pahad (hill) Yatra of Yamunotri the next day. Dinner and Overnight stay at Barkot

Day 3: Barkot/Kharsali to Yamunotri (45 Kms covered in 2 Hrs + 5 Km Trek)

After breakfast/packed breakfast, depart at 5/6 am for Hanumanchatti (40 Km), Janki Chatti (5 Km). Here you will begin the First Pahad Yatra of Yamunotri (5 Km trek). You can hire a Doli or a horse, for your trek (Cost Not Included). The trek passes through a lush green valley, a profusion of conifers, rhododendrons, cacti, and several species of Himalayan shrubs. Yamunotri (altitude 3,291 m), the westernmost shrine of the Char Dhams, is dominated by Banderpunch (6,361 m). Yamunotri is the source of the river Yamuna, the twin sister of Varna, the Lord of Death. The Yamuna is also the daughter of Surya the Sun. The actual source of the river originates from Champasar Glacier 1 Km ahead of the shrine, at an altitude of 4,321 m. On arrival by afternoon in Yamunotri take a holy dip in Yamuna River and perform Pooja, and take the same route back to Barkot, check-in at Hotel / Camp. Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel in Barkot.

Day 4: Barkot/Kharsali to Uttarkashi (85 Kms covered in 3 Hrs/132 Kms covered in 4-5 Hrs by road)

After breakfast check out from the Barkot hotel and drive to Uttarkashi. On arrival check-in into the hotel. Uttarkashi is situated on the banks of the river Bhagirathi and is famous for its historical monuments, Temples & Ashrams. Dinner and Overnight stay at Uttarkashi.

Day 5: Uttarkashi to Gangotri (97 Kms covered in 3-4 Hrs by road)

Early After breakfast/packed breakfast and drive to Gangotri. Nestled in the magnificent Garhwal Himalayas, Gangotri is set at an altitude of 3048 m. Upon arrival at Gangotri take a holy dip in the sacred river Ganges which is also called Bhagirathi at its origin Visit the Gangotri Temple. The 18th-century temple dedicated to Goddess Ganga is located near a sacred stone where King Bhagirathi worshipped Lord Shiva. Ganga is believed to have touched earth at this spot. The temple is an exquisite 20 ft. high structure made of white granite. After performing Pooja Late afternoon drive back to Uttarkashi. Dinner & Overnight stay at Uttarkashi.

Day 6: Uttarkashi to Guptkashi (203 Kms covered in 7-8 Hrs by road)

After early morning breakfast check out from the hotel and drive for Guptkashi. On arrival check-in at the hotel. Rest of the day free to explore Guptkashi town. Dinner and Overnight stay in Guptkashi hotel/Camps.

Day 7: Guptkashi to Phata to Kedarnath (By Helicopter)

Early morning drive to Phata Helipad, from where you will have your Helicopter to Kedarnath. Passengers would be given 1-2 Hours for darshan. After darshan, you will return back to Phata by Helicopter. The vehicles wait for you in Helipad and drive to your hotel. Dinner and Overnight at Guptkashi Hotel.

Day 8: Guptkashi to Joshimath to Badrinath (200 Kms covered in 7-8 Hrs by road)

This morning, you check out of the hotel and drive to Badrinath via Joshimath. After driving through some wonderful Ghat road you arrive at Badrinath (Must cross Govindghat before 5:30 pm). On arrival check into the hotel. After some rest and refreshments, you are all set to go to Badrinath Temple for darshan in the evening. But first, you have to go to Tapt Kund (Hot Spring), take bath, and then go to the temple. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple of Shri Badrinath Ji is 15 meters in height, built in the form of a cone with a small cupola of a gilt bull and spire. Later back to the hotel. Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 9: Badrinath to Joshimath to Birahi/Rudraprayag/Srinagar (92 Kms covered in 3 Hrs/165 Kms covered in 5-6 Hrs/195 Kms covered in 6-7 Hrs)

This morning, go for Badrinath darshan. After darshan return back to the hotel, breakfast at the hotel, and proceed for Badrinath local sightseeing visit Mana Village and Bheem Pul. Afternoon driver back to Rudraprayag via Karnprayag. Rudraprayag is a small pilgrim town on the holy confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Mandakini. On arrival check-in at the hotel. Rest of the day free to explore the Rudraprayag town. Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 10: Birahi/Rudraprayag/Srinagar – Rishikesh – Haridwar (230 Kms covered in 7-8 Hrs/165 Kms covered in 5-6 Hrs/135 Kms covered in 4-5 Hrs by road)

Early morning, after breakfast, you drive downhill to Rishikesh a spiritual city and the Yoga capital of the world. On reaching Rishikesh you'll do the Rishikesh sightseeing visit Ram Jhula and Laxman Jhula. Evening drive to Haridwar. On arrival check-in at the hotel. Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 11: Haridwar to Delhi (230 Kms covered in 6-7 Hrs by road)

Breakfast at the hotel, and you are on your last lap of this Chardham Yatra journey. Drive back to Delhi. On reaching Delhi transfer to Railway Station/Airport.

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