91210 10476, 91210 10486
Location: Chardam
Price: Rs. 29,500
Gangothri, Yamunothri, Kedarnath, Badrinath, Rushikesh, Haridhwar, Uttara Kasi, Sitapur, Rampur etc

Dates: April 29, May 29, Sep 12 of 2019

Cost Exclusion Service

  • Any Medical Expenses / Insurances
  • Telephone/Laundry/Mineral Water Charges
  • All Sight Seen Place Entry Fees
  • Any Extra Service By Yourself (Like: Doly, Horse & Helicopter)
  • Doctor Medical Certificate Required

Cost Inclusion Services

  • Train Tickets
  • Veg-Food
  • Accommodation
  • Transports

Duration: 16 Days

28 APRIL/Day 01 Delhi-Haridwar: Reach Delhi and travel to Haridwar. The visitors will further proceed for local sight-seeing of the holy city Haridwar and sacred Ganga aarti at Har Ki Pauri. An overnight accommodation at a hotel in Haridwar will also be arranged.
29 APRIL/Day 02 Haridwar: Travellers will have breakfast before proceeding for local sightseeing of Haridwar that includes Chandi Devi, Mansa Devi and the tremendous Ganga aarti at Har Ki Pauri. Another overnight stay at a hotel in Haridwar.
Significant places to stopover: Har-ki-Pauri, DakshaMahadev Temple and Chandi Devi & Mansa Devi Temple etc…
30 APRIL/Day 03: Haridwar-Mussoorie&Kempty-Barkot: A drive of 200 km for seven hours to Barkot/Syanachatti stopping over at Mussoorie & Kempty falls on the way. An overnight stay at a hotel in Barkot after arrival.
Significant places to stopover: Mussoorie & Kempty Falls
01 MAY/Day 04: Barkot-Yamunotri return: Drive to Jankichatti then trek 07 kms to reach Yamunotri to visit the temple of Goddess Yamuna, situated on the banks of the river. You can take a holy dip in the nearby tank filled by hot springs and cook rice in its water, the common rituals performed by the devotees. Trace your steps back to Jankichatti. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Important places to visit: Yamunotri Temple, Surya Kund & Divya Shila.
02 MAY/Day 05 Barkot-Yamunotri: A drive to Jankichatti followed by trekking at a stretch of 7 km to Yamunotri to visit Goddess Yamuna temple, situated on the banks of Yamuna river. The pilgrims can even take holy dips in the nearby tanks filled with hot springs and can also cook rice with Yamuna water, the rituals commonly performed by the devotees. Trekking back to Jankichatti followed by an overnight stay at the hotel.
Significant places to stopover: Surya Kund, DivyaShila and Yamunotri temple.
03 MAY/Day 06 Uttarkashi-Gangotri return: After having breakfast at the hotel in Uttarksasi, proceed to one of the world’s most beautiful valleys Harsil and stopover at Gangnani enroute for a spring dip in hot holy water. A holy dip in the sacred Ganges after arriving at Gangotri travelling an hour. The pilgrims can perform a pooja and unwind in the pious and serene environment. A drive back to Uttarkashi for staying overnight at the hotel.
Significant places to stopover at: Harsil, Gangnani Hot Water Springs and Gangotri Temple
04 MAY/Day 07 Uttarkashi- Guptakashi: The visitors will need to have breakfast early to start on an 8-hour-long joourney to Guptakashi and stay there overnight at a hotel.
05 MAY/Day 08 Sitapur-Gaurikund-Bhimbali-lencholi-Kedarnath (10 km by road,16kms by trek oneway):  Pilgrims proceed to Sonprayag in the morning after having breakfast and undergo a medical check up, followed by a journey to Gaurikund. The pilgrims then go on trekking to the holy Kedarnath and proceed to a hotel. There are a few small private lodges available there with clean rooms and attached restrooms. Hot water buckets are also served. A break for freshening up, followed by darshan at Kedarnathji, ending the day with an overnight stay at Kedarnath.
Significant places to stopover at: Kedarnath Temple, Gauri Mata Temple in Gaurikund, Bharav Baba and Evening aarti.
06 MAY/Day 09 Kedarnath-Sitapur : After trekking back and reaching Sonprayag, proceed to Sitapur for an overnight stay at an inn.
07 MAY/Day 10 Sitapur- Badrinath (220 km / 8 hrs): After an early breakfast, Pilgrims drive to Badrinath for8 hours, stopping over at Chopta enroute for enjoying the slendid view of the ” Switzerland Of India” that boasts of snow-capped Himalayan peak views from the spot, The drive resumes via medicinal forests  arriving at Badrinath for an overnight stay at the hotel.
Significant places to stopover at: Ukhimath Temple, Guptkashi temple, Chopta&Narsing Temple at Joshimath.
08 MAY/ Day 11 Badrinath: Waking up in the morning, the visitors will be able to witness the majestic Neel Khant peak in all its beauty. There is TaptKund, a hot water spring, where devotees take a holy dip during dawn followed by Darshan of the Badrinath Temple. Visitors, then, have breakfast and drive to Mana Village, the last on the Indo-China border and spend the rest of the day at leisure, followed by an overnight stay in Badrinath.
Significant places to stopover at: TaptKund, Sri Badri Vishal Temple, Sheshnetra, Bhramakapal, Narad Kund, Mata Murti Temple,Mana Village: Ganesh Gufa, Bheempul, and VyasGufa
09 MAY/ Day 12 Badrinath –Rudraprayag: (165 Kms, 6 Hrs): Drive to Rudraprayag at 11:00 for 6 hours and visit Joshimath. The visitors will be provided with accommodation for the night  at a hotel
Significant places to stopover at:  Vishnuprayag, YogdhyanBadri, Shankaracharya Mutt in Joshimath, Karanprayag and Nandprayag.
10 MAY/Day 13 Rudraprayag– Rishikesh: Visitors have breakfast and drive to Rishikesh for 6 hours and check in at a hotel. Spending the day at leisure, pilgrims get to visit  Ramjhulka and Laxmanjhula and Ganga aarti at ParmarthNiketan in the evening, followed by an overnight stay at a hotel
Significant places to stopover at: Dhari Devi Temple, Rudraprayag confluence, Devprayag confluence, Ramjhula, Lakshmanjhula, Geeta Bhawan, ParmarthNiketan, Shivanand Ashram and Swarg Ashram.
11 MAY/Day 14: Rishikesh-Delhi: Winding the trip, pilgrims proceed back to Delhi

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