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The Char Dham Yatra is a highly religious and revered journey that Hindus wish to undertake at least once in their lifetime. Located in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, in fact high in the Garhwali Himalayas are some of Hinduism’s most significant sites, also called Chota Chardham – Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. The temples here marking the spiritual sources of the religion’s four sacred rivers – Ganga, Yamuna, Alaknanda and Mandakini, together making up one of the most prominent pilgrimage circuits in the country.
Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand is a journey for the upliftment of soul and innermost self. Located in the Garhwal Himalaya ranges in Uttarakhand, these are the four most sacred Hindu shrines that draw devotees from India and around the world. The purpose of this sacred journey is to attain salvation, or moksha, the ultimate state of liberation in Hinduism. Char Dham Yatra is a pious pilgrimage tour to sacred Badrinath (abode of Lord Vishnu), Kedarnath (abode of Lord Shiva), Gangotri (abode of goddess Ganga) and Yamunotri (abode of goddess Yamuna) Shrines. There is another Char Dham, which consists of four holy sites scattered all over India. Established by Adi Shankaracharya, these are Badrinath in Uttarakhand, Dwarka in Gujarat, Puri in Odisha and Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu.
Howrah Railway Station – Howrah Railway Station
Leave Howrah by Train for New Delhi. Please contact our office for train departure time & reporting at Howrah Station.
@ ₹ 15000/- per head to be deposited at the time of ensuring the booking. 50% to be paid 40 days prior. Full Payment to be one 25 days prior.
01/06/2022, 14/09/2022, 25/09/2023
N.B : Mentioned Tour Price are without Train fare & Train food (Up & Down).
N.B : Rates are applicable for per head with 5% GST.
Welcome to Char Dham Yatra – 17 Days Tour.
Leave Howrah by Train for New Delhi.
Arrive New Delhi and Avail Train dep. at 15.20 hrs. for Haridwar.Arrive Haridwar at 19.30 hrs and transfer to Hotel.
After breakfast leave Haridwar for Hanuman Chatti. Reach Hanuman Chatti by evening & transfer to Hotel. (214km)
After breakfast visit Yamunotri by foot. (10+10km)
After breakfast leave Hanuman Chatti for Uttar Kashi. Reach Uttar Kashi. Reach Uttar Kashi by Lunch time & transfer to Hotel. (115km)
Full Day return trip to Gangotri Temple. (99+99km)
After breakfast leave Uttar Kashi for Sitapur. Arrive Sitapur at evening and transfer to Hotel. Rest. (240km)
Avail Helicopter / Pony to visit Kedarnath. Stay at kedanath / Sitapur
Return to Sitapur. Whole day leisure at Sitapur
After Lunch transfer to Pipalkoti
Leave Pipalkoti early morning for Badrinath . Evening arrive Badrinath and transfer to Hotel/Lodge.Visit Temple
After morning tea leave Badrinath for Srinagar. Arrive Srinagar in the evening and transfer to Hotel
After early lunch leave Srinagar for Haridwar via Rishikesh. Arrive Haridwar in the evening and transfer to Hotel.
Full day rest at Haridwar (You can visit local sightseeing at your own arrangement and cost by Auto / Rickshaw).
After morning tea leave for Haridwar Railway Station. to avail Train dep. at 06.22 hrs. for New Delhi. Arrive New Delhi at 11.15 hrs. and avail Train at 17.35 hrs. for Howrah.
Arrive Howrah at 16:55 Hrs.
A : The policies on face masks and attendee health are:
-Face masks required for travelers in public areas
-Face masks required for guides in public areas
-Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
A : The policies on sanitization are:
-Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
-Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
-Gear/equipment sanitized between use
-Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Badrinath is throng by pilgrims during the whole yatra season (May to Oct). Since located in high Himalayas, one should avoid visiting Badrinath during monsoon season. May, June, Sept & October are some best months to visit Badrinath.
Badrinath temple darshan timings :
Number of pilgrims visiting Badrinath depends upon the season and weather conditions. Huge pilgrims turnout can be seen from opening of shrine till June end. Its goes from 20,000 to 30,000 per day. During monsoon pilgrim stats drop down to 3000-4000 daily. But from September till closing of the shrine, more than 10,000 pilgrims visit per day.
There are many prasad shops at Badrinath where pilgrims can take variety of offerings for Lord Badrinath. If one has to donate something, then there is office of Badri-Kedar Samiiti and donation boxes at Badrinath.
There are various types of Puja one can perform inside the temple. But due to heavy rush of pilgrims, there is a system for performing Puja. One can pre book the slot for Puja by phone to Badri-Kedar Temple Samiti. There are numerous types of Pujas performed in Badrinath.
Kedarnath temple darshan timings
Yes, Kedarnath trek starts from Gaurikund and pilgrims have to cover 16 kms to reach the temple. The trek is medium steep at some points and adequate fitness is advise to pilgrims visiting Kedarnath. For senior citizens and children, there are facilities of Kandi, Palki and Mules. Proper facilities of drinking water and small shops are there in the trek route. Also there is helicopter service from Phata and other helipad to Kedarnath.
Please note that these are high altitude areas,and thus it is advised that people who have any respiratory problems or cardio-vascular problems to seek doctor’s advice before venturing to these areas.
The fare of helicopter ticket to Kedarnath is approx Rs 7,000/- per person from Phata, which includes return helicopter fare with exclusive of priority darshan as per the prevalent rate.
As Kedarnath trek is situated in Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, pilgrims are not allowed to trek any time. In the morning trek starts from Gaurikund at 04:00 am and stop at 01:30 pm. No pilgrims is allowed to leave after this specific time.
Every Year Kedarnath Yatra begins from the month of April or May onwards (Akshay Tritya) and continues until Bhai Dooj after Diwali. After Bhai Dooj doors of the shrine remain close for the next five or six months due to heavy snow fall and very cold weather as all the shrine is located in the Himalayan Mountain where life is not easy to survive due to uncertain weather conditions.
Kedarnath temple in situated at high Himalayan region, so weather is cold at night even in the month of May-June. It is advisable to take heavy woollen cloths such as warm Jacket, Coat, Sweater, Gloves & woollen socks and good walking shoes with grip, slippers & sandals, first aid kit. Rain coat is must as weather can be changed at any time here. As there are basic medical facilities available at Kedarnath, one has to bring personal medicines during your trip and carry prescriptions of the medicines, preferably carry a letter from your physician during your trip.
There are number of prasad shops at Gaurikund and even at Kedarnath, so pilgrims doesn’t have to carry any offering with them. If one has to donate something, then there is office of Badri-Kedar Samiiti and donation boxes at Kedarnath.
There are various types of Puja one can perform inside the temple. But due to heavy rush of pilgrims, there is a system for performing Puja. One can pre book the slot for Puja by phone to Badri-Kedar Temple Samiti. There are numerous types of Pujas performed in Kedarnath.
For Indians we need any kind of photo id proof along with photograph, and for foreign travelers original PASSPORT is a must, which they have to carry on their travel. We do all the necessary permissions and permits.