Chardham Yatra

MountainsReligious ToursUttarakhand


Starts 4,999/- /(Enquire for Price)

7 Days (Suggested)

Tour Type

Adventure Tour

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Group / Family/ Couple / Solo


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This Yatra or pilgrimage is a tour of four holy sites - Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath – nestled high up in the Himalayas. In Hindi, 'char' means four and 'dham' refers to religious destinations. The high-altitude shrines remain shut for around six months every year, opening in summers (April or May) and closing with the onset of winter (October or November). Hence, the pilgrimage starts from Yamunotri, proceeds towards Gangotri, onto Kedarnath, and finally ends at Badrinath. The journey can be completed by road or by air (helicopter services are available). Some devotees even do a Do Dham Yatra or a pilgrimage to two shrines - Kedarnath and Badrinath. The Yamunotri temple, lodged in a narrow gorge close to the source of River Yamuna (the second-most sacred Indian river after River Ganga) in Uttarkashi district, is dedicated to Goddess Yamuna. The district of Uttarkashi is also home to Gangotri dedicated to Goddess Ganga, the most sacred of all Indian rivers. Located in the Rudraprayag district lies Kedarnath, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Badrinath, home to the sacred Badrinarayan Temple, is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The Char Dham Yatra is as divine as it is arduous but fulfills the soul!
We conduct tours either ex-Delhi or ex-Haridwar for the Chardham pilgrims. The Places covered are ;
  • Badrinath
  • Kedarnath
  • Gangotri
  • Yamnotri
  • Guptkashi
  • Rudraprayag
  • 01

    • A holy town; part of the Char Dham Yatra
    • Scenic Himalayan vistas
    • Natural wonders like hot springs
    • Where history and mythology come alive
  • 02

    • One of the most revered temple towns of India
    • Home to the sacred Kedarnath temple
    • A scenic destination located high up in the Himalayas
    • A trekker's paradise
  • 03

    • Sacred town dedicated to Goddess Ganga's temple
    • One of most popular spiritual destinations in North India
    • One of the four stops of Char Dham pilgrimage
    • A natural paradise
    • Start point of several high-altitude treks
  • 04

    • One of the Char Dhams (four pilgrimages) in the great Himalayas
    • Said to be the source of River Yamunotri
    • Stunning landscape with icy peaks, glaciers and hot springs
    • Popular among trekkers
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