messenger button

Hurry Up For your new Tour! Book Now

Chardham Tour Packages

Char Dham Yatra 2024

Devbhoomi Uttarakhand is home to several holy cities and venerated shrines and temples. The Char Dham in Uttarakhand is considered to be Chota Chardham. Chardham is located in the majestic Himalayas towards the north in the state of Uttarakhand. The Himalayas give the four abodes a mystical aura.

The devotees after visiting Haridwar and Rishikesh go for Char Dham Yatra which is a set of four pilgrimage sites- Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. The yatra is very arduous as roads do not reach up to the shrines so pilgrims have to trek long distances which are sometimes uphill trek that makes it all the more difficult and breath-taking. Every year several devotees visit Uttarakhand.

The shrines of Yamunotri and Gangotri are devoted to Goddesses Yamuna and Ganga respectively whereas Kedarnath and Badrinath shrines are devoted to Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu respectively. Hindus have a strong belief that visiting these holy sites helps one achieve moksha/ salvation. The aptest time to visit is from April to June. The Himalayan climate is unpredictable hence it is advised to carefully research the best time to visit Char Dham before undertaking the arduous journey. People who can manage treacherous terrain, trekking, palanquin, or pony rides are best for them but if not then one can go for a helicopter service for Chardham yatra for a comfortable journey. 

Chardham Tour Packages PackagePrice (Per Person)DurationDetail
Chardham Yatra Package by Helicopter₹ 190,0004 Nights

View Details

12 Days Chardham Package₹ 53,00011 Nights

View Details

Chardham Tour Package₹ 43,0009 Nights

View Details

Chardham Tour Package from Dehradun₹ 42,5009 Nights

View Details

Chardham Tour Package from Delhi₹ 52,00011 Nights

View Details

Chardham Yatra Package by Helicopter
5 Days / 4 Night
Chardham Yatra Package by Helicopter

This yatra is to four holy Dhams known as Chota Chardham The yatra will start from Dehradun All the four Dham that ...

Starting Form:
₹ 190,000₹ 200,000


Book a Trip
12 Days Chardham Package
12 Days / 11 Night
12 Days Chardham Package

This is a holy pilgrimage yatra that takes place in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand during the month of May till July ...

Starting Form:
₹ 53,000₹ 58,000


Book a Trip
Chardham Yatra Package From Delhi
11 Days / 10 Night
Chardham Yatra Package From Delhi

In this nights and days nbsp strong Chardham nbsp Tour Package strong nbsp to Yamunotri Gangotri Kedarnath amp Badrinath Dham is from ...

Starting Form:
₹ 48,000₹ 55,000


Book a Trip
Chardham Yatra Tour Package From Haridwar
9 Days / 8 Night
Chardham Yatra Tour Package From Haridwar

In this nights and days nbsp strong Chardham Tour Package strong nbsp to Yamunotri Gangotri Kedarnath amp Badrinath Dham is from the ...

Starting Form:
₹ 38,000₹ 40,000


Book a Trip
Chardham Tour Package
10 Days / 9 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Dehradun
10 Days / 9 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Rishikesh
10 Days / 9 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Delhi
12 Days / 11 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Jaipur
12 Days / 11 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Chandigarh
12 Days / 11 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Jodhpur
12 Days / 11 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Mumbai
12 Days / 11 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Pune
12 Days / 11 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Lucknow
12 Days / 11 Night
Chardham Tour Package from Nagpur
12 Days / 11 Night

Showing 1 of 3 pages

Why devotees visit Chardham Temples

Hindu devotees in millions make a sacred pilgrimage to the Chardham with the sole intention of cleansing their souls by asking forgiveness for their sins. People want to go on a Char Dham Yatra at least once during one’s lifetime for spiritual upliftment and to attain freedom from the cycle of life and death. People also want to attain peace and prosperity in their lives and thus undertake Chardham Yatra to acquire the divine blessings of the four sacred deities who have mythological powers to heal and betow moksha to the pilgrims offering prayers.

As the Chota Char Dham is set in the majestical Himalayas that have a mystical aura about them hence the four abodes beckon the devotees to it.

The Mythology of Chardham Yatra

Adi Shankaracharya, the Indian philosopher and an exponent of Advaita Vedanta gave the concept of Chardham that every Hindu has the desire to visit at least once in one’s lifetime. Hindus believe that one can attain salvation by visiting Chardham. Of the circuits, the Chardham in the Himalayas of Uttarakhand is the one that is called Chota Chardham requires one to visit sequentially by starting from Yamunotri and going on to Gangotri, Kedarnath, and finally ending one’s pilgrimage by visiting Badrinath. Yamunotri Dham is the place where the river Yamuna has its source. Legend has it that Yamraj, the brother of Yamuna bestowed a holy boon to her on the auspicious day of Bhai Dooj that whoever takes a dip in the Yamuna river at Yamunotri Dham will attain salvation and will thus have freed oneself from being taken to Yamlok.

Yamunotri temple seats Goddess Yamuna and is located a 5km trek from Jankichatti. It is situated on the bank of the holy river Yamuna. Gomukh, the source of the holy river Ganga is located in Gangotri Glacier at a trekking distance of 19km from Gangotri town.

The narrative from Hindu mythology goes back to ages ago when King Sagar’s 60000 sons were converted to ashes by the sage Kapil who was disturbed by them during his meditation. He also cursed them that their souls shall attain salvation only when their ashes were immersed in the heavenly river Ganga. Many years later the grandson of King Sagar, King Bhagirath sat in deep penance to please Goddess Ganga for many years.

Finally, the holy Ganga descended from heaven with a ferocious speed that was contained by Lord Shiva on his luscious looks and then released the holy Ganga in the realm of the earth at Gangotri from where it flowed to dissolve the sins of the 60000 sons of King Sagar and their souls attained salvation and ever since Hindus immerse the ashes of the mortal remains of their departed in the holy river Ganga.   

Kedarnath temple is in the Kedarkhand region of the state of Uttarakhand. The temple is located at a height of 3583 m and can only be reached by an uphill trek of around 22km. Kedarnath temple has one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. As per the mythological account, Nara-Narayana requested Lord Shiva to reside here, to which he agreed. Legend says that Pandavas, on the advice of sage Vyasa came here to ask forgiveness for killing their kith and kins in the Kurukshetra war.

Lord Shiva thought otherwise and turned into a bull and camouflaged himself among the cattle, but on being recognized by Pandavas, sank himself into the ground going head-first. It was Bhima who caught him by the tail forcing lord shiva to appear before them and forgive them. Pandavas then built the temple at Kedarnath.

Badrinath Dham temple is located in the northern part of India and is the only temple among the Chota Chardham pilgrim sites that is surrounded by snow-clad mountains and is situated at a height of 3300m. Badrinath Dham area is referred to as Badrikaashram in the ancient Hindu scriptures and the holy Bhagavata Puran mentions lord Vishnu undergoing penance here in his incarnation as Nara and Narayan, since time immemorial for the wellbeing of all living forms of the Universe.

Another narrative from Hindu mythology states that Lord Vishnu sat meditating in the forest full of Badri bushes. To shelter meditating Lord Vishnu from the sweltering heat of the sun Goddess Luxmi stood next to him providing shade and with time Goddess Lakshmi turned into Badri Vishal herself and Lord Vishnu became the Badrinath. Padma Purana mentions the area in and around Badri Dham as replete with spiritual treasure.

Chardham Yatra by helicopter

Chardham Yatra by helicopter is the easiest and fastest way to pay a visit to the entire pilgrimage in a short time. Whereas trekking can take a day or two for the devotees to reach. A helicopter tour for 4 Dham is ideal for those who have a shortage of time and for those also who are facing health issues and are not able to perform the pilgrimage relatively quickly. Some helicopter services both private and public are available for the Chardham Yatra in Uttarakhand that offers ample Char Dham Yatra. One can go for Charter planes available for Kedarnath and Badrinath Yatra. Pilgrims according to their choice can choose to visit only Kedarnath or Badrinath by charter. The helicopter operates from Sahastradhara, Dehradun helipad every morning for Chardham, and returns to the city every evening.

The Chardham Yatra starts from the Sahastradhara helipad at Dehradun from where you will leave for Yamunotri. After reaching Yamunotri(Kharsali) you will be transferred to the hotel. After reaching the hotel you will be having your breakfast and then leave for Yamunotri which is a good 5km trek. One can opt for Palki or Pony to reach for darshan.

On the second day in the morning you will be leaving from Kharsali Helipad, Yamunotri, and land at Harsil Helipad, Gangotri-also labeled as the mini Switzerland of India. You will then be transferred to the hotel and will be having your breakfast. After this, you will head towards the Gangotri temple. You will surely be going to enjoy the picturesque views of this place.

On the morning of the third day, you will leave from Harsil Helipad, Gangotri to Kedarnath Helipad (base camp). After landing at Guptkashi/ Phata helipad from Gangotri after changing the helicopter you will be heading towards Kedarnath which is almost 10 minutes away from Guptkashi. Here you will get a view of the astonishing beauty of the Himalayas, serene nature pretty sky, and mountains all covered with snow. The beauty will surely be going to mesmerize you. This beautiful sight makes Kedarnath the most heritage among all the Dhams. You will be heading towards Jal Abhishek and VIP darshan at Kedarnath temple. After Darshan, you will be taken to the hotel booked at Guptkashi and then you will be leaving for Kedarnath helipad to Guptkashi helipad.

On the morning of the fourth day of Chardham yatra, you will leave from the Kedarnath helipad and land at Badrinath helipad. There you will be witnessing the picturesque views of the Himalayas. You will be directly taken to the hotel where you will have your breakfast or lunch. After relaxing you will leave for the VIP darshan of Badri Narayan temple. After Darshan at Badrinath, you will pay a visit to some Chardham Yatra places- Mana village and Vishnu Sahasranamam path in the evening.

On day five in the morning, you will leave from Badrinath Helipad to land at Dehradun Helipad with a memorable experience. This fantastic tour of Chardham Yatra by helicopter will provide you with some good memories for a lifetime.

When does the Chardham Yatra start

The four pilgrimage sites- Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath are holy pilgrimage sites and are open only for six months. The dates are generally declared by the Char Dham committee, Kedar-Badri Mandir Samiti before the holy day of Akshaya Tritiya or Adha Teej. The Yamunotri and Gangotri temple opens on the day of Akshaya Tritiya every year followed by the portal opening of Kedarnath and Badrinath temple after a couple of days. The Yamunotri and Kedarnath Dham close on Yama Dwitiya Bhai Dhook whereas Gangotri Dham closes on the day of Diwali and the Badrinath temple closes on the day of Vijay Dashmi. The holy shrines of Chardham open every year with the arrival of summers in April-May and close with the starting of winter months- Oct-Nov.

Chardham Yatra 2024 Opening Dates

Yamunotri Dham - 10-May 2024

Gangotri Dham -    10 May 2024                                               

Kedarnath Dham -  10 May 2024

Badrinath Dham - 12 May 2024                                   

How to reach Chardham

The apt place to start the spiritual journey is the holy city of Haridwar. It is considered to be the doorway of spirituality. Haridwar is the base for Chardham, Haridwar is well-connected to Delhi and some other major cities of India by road and by rail. Jolly Grant Airport is at a distance of about 55 km from Haridwar. To make a journey simplified Chardham helicopter service is being majorly used by the pilgrims who start from Dehradun city.  

Frequently Asked & Question

The best time to experience the Chardham yatra is from April till the first week of June month. Therefore the Chardham yatra is more enjoyed during the pre-summer and mid-summer months as the weather remains pretty pleasant during this period. On the other hand, one can also plan this Chardham yatra from early August month till late October month if they want to have proper darshan as at this period temples become less crowded and hence you can explore the temples with ease.

The complete Chardham yatra can be done in a period of 11 to 12 days. If you have some extra time then you can also explore some attractions located in the proximity such as Gaumukh,  Auli, Tapovan, Bhairavnath Temple, Along the valley, Vasuki Tal, Hemkund Sahib, and Chopta. The Chardham yatra can be commenced either from Haridwar, Rishikesh, or Delhi as per the convenience of devotees.

All four Holy Dhams are open for a period of mainly six months for the pilgrimage tour that starts in April or May. The opening date of the temple is set before the occasion of Akshay Tritiya, which is declared by Kedar-Badri Mandir Samiti and the Char Dham temple committee. The Occasion of Akshaya Tritiya is chosen for the commencement of Chardham yatra as this day is considered to bring Good luck and is highly auspicious.

The Holy Pilgrimage tour of Chardham Yatra ends during October when the doors of all four Dhams close one by one. Kedarnath and Yamunotri Dhams close on the occasion of Bhai Dooj/Dwitiya, other than this the doors of Gangotri Dham closes on the occasion of Diwali. Lastly, the doors of the Badrinath temple closes on the occasion of Vijay Dashami. All the Holy Dhams remain closed throughout the winter season as the area gets under the thick sheet of snow and weather conditions become a bit unfavorable.

Chardham yatra holds significant importance among rear enthusiasts. It is said that by going on this journey yatra one can get a definitive moksha and can be liberated from the hover of Karma. This Chota Char Dham situated in Uttarakhand is in the Garhwal locale and there are various sanctuaries in various regions of Garhwal. These sanctuaries are devoted to various divinities like Yamunotri is committed to Goddess Yamuna, Gangotri is committed to Goddess Ganga, Kedarnath is devoted to Lord Shiva and Badrinath is Dedicated to Lord Vishnu. This heavenly yatra is a past life otherworldly experience that one ought to have at any rate once in the course of their life.

Prior, these sorts of Pilgrimage yatra were hard to travel however now the Government focussed on this area and gave such countless offices for lovers going on journey visits. For a senior resident, there are different helicopter administrations to Chota Char Dham over this on the off chance that somebody can't bear the cost of that, at that point poney and Doly benefits are likewise given. There are numerous food slows down wherever while in transit to Chardham and all around created lodging offices for convenience is additionally given which makes Chardham yatra to senior residents exceptionally simple.

Going on the Chardham Yatra all on your own can give you many issues and bothers during the outing. In this case, you can book your Chardham tour package through Travel Ride, where you will be getting various choices of hotels within your budget and will also manage hassle-free trips for you, as we are having a good experience of what type of problems may arise during the trip and how to tackle these problems. All the information is given prior regarding all essential items to carry while going on this Holy Chardham Yatra.

Since all the Four holy Dhams are located at a higher altitude in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, so the temperature generally remains low at these shrines. Chardham yatra starts during April or May and ends during October month, so the seasons during which this yatra is done are from pre-summer till late-summer, and during this period day remains pleasant but the nights become cold and chilly.

You can explore the area of Chardham during the winter season but due to challenging weather conditions the doors of all four shrines are shut and the Doli of all four God and Goddess are brought to a temple located in a nearby area that is situated at a lower altitude. The Doli of Goddess Yamuna is brought to the Shani Dev temple at Kharsali, and the Doli of Goddess Ganga is brought to a shrine located in Mukhba village. The Doli of Baba Kedarnath is shifted to a shrine located in Ukhimath where they are worshipped for another six months. Lastly, the Doli of Lord Badri is shifted to Joshimath, so if you want to seek the blessing of these God and Goddess during the winter months then you can visit the mentioned shrines where the Doli is kept during the winter months and is worshipped for the next six months.

There are no ATM services located on the way to Char Dham so it is encouraged to withdraw cash before starting the Yatra or you can likewise withdraw from the bank, located close to the place where you are taking the night halt. In Badrinath Dham, there are a few ATMs situated in the Market area.

There is a fixed sequence in which Chardham is visited that is from the West to the western side of the Garhwal region. So in this sequence, the first temples to be visited are the Yamunotri temple, the Gangotri, Kedarnath Dham, and lastly Badrinath Dham.

There are two ways in which you can complete your Chardham yatra, the first one is by trekking and through a cab. This form is preferred by most of the devotees and is more economical and in this way, the trip starts from Delhi, Haridwar, and Rishikesh. The second way is to complete this Chardham yatra using a helicopter. The second way is a bit expensive and is preferred by only a few devotees.

Yes, you can complete two Dham yatra in a helicopter from the Sahastradhara helipad located in Dehradun. It takes approximately 3 to 5 days to complete do Dham yatra in a helicopter.

The trek for Kedarnath starts from Gaurikund and you need to trek for 17km to reach the temple. On the other hand, the trek for Yamunotri Dham starts from Jankichatti and is 6km long.

Yes, traveling to Kedarnath is safe for devotees but you need to take some extra care while traveling during the monsoon season as at that time there are more chances of landslides.

Yes, there are helicopter services available for Kedarnath Dham, you can board helicopters for Kedarnath from Guptkashi, Phata, Sitapur, and Sersi helipad.

The construction of the Chardham Express National Highway is still in progress so the route till now is not that good. This project can be expected to be delivered by 2022.

There is no such issue faced by Solo or female travelers while traveling in Devbhoomi Uttarakhand because mostly people are helpful, humble, and give the correct guidance. But for a better experience, it is suggested to have everything booked in advance through an agent to have a cherishing memory of this trip for a lifetime.

If you are traveling with a kid below the age of 7 years then you need to keep in mind that all four Dhams are located in remote areas so you need to take some medicines, warm cloths, a water bottle, rain jackets, and something to eat along with you. You should be prepared in advance by making all the reservations through a Local travel agent.

Yes, the Chardham yatra can be complete in just one day but it will be more hectic to do so, other than this you can complete this trip in the timespan of 2 days to do this Chardham yatra comfortably from Sahastradhara helipad located in Dehradun. If you don't take the helicopter service then it will take a minimum of 10 to 12 days to complete this Chardham yatra.

Yes, special tickets are available for darshan but only at Kedarnath and Badrinath Dham, which can cost up to 2500-3000 per shrine. While in Gangotri and Yamunotri Dham, there are no such special tickets available, but you can conduct a special prayer session in these shrines by priests.

It is possible to complete this Chardham yatra by car but for that, you need to have very good driving skills, as the roads of the hilly region in Uttarakhand are very steep, narrow, and with sharp cuts and bends which require special driving skill to complete the yatra safely.  And if you are not that experienced then it's better to go for a hired cab.

No, currently there is no railway connectivity to the four holy shrines but if you are coming from any part of India, Other than Uttrakhand then you can take the railway services to Haridwar and Rishikesh Railway stations which have good connectivity to other states of India. These are the last railway stations to reach Chota Char Dham after that you can hire local cabs and bus services.

The Chardham Yatra itself takes 10 to 12 to complete the circuit of four holy shrines, so the journey becomes quite tiring and hectic. To release the stress of this journey you can take a halt at some prominent hill stations such as Auli, Chopta, Joshimath, Harshil, Rishikesh, Niti Valley, etc. but some of the hill stations are located off route so by adding 1-2 days more to you trip you can explore such beautiful hill stations and can complete this spiritual journey with some memorable moments.

If you want to book this helicopter service by yourself then you can log on to they provide government services for helicopters. You can choose your helipad at your convenience from Phata, Sitapur, Guptkashi, and Sersi, or else you can give this responsibility to a local Travel Agent who will manage the booking process at your convenience.

There are medical facilities available in the places where you will be taking your night's halt and accommodations.

Since the Four holy shrines are located in a remote area so obviously you will be facing the problem of bad network connectivity. Since wifi signals are available you can buy any Indian SIM card for connectivity.

You need to carry a big water bottle for this journey which can be refilled at several water refilling spots provided on the way to keep yourself hydrated throughout the trip.

Here is the list of the following things to be avoided while going on Chardham yatra:

Do not carry a lot of gold or other jewelry.

You can not take any non-vegetarian food along with you nor will you be getting any Non-vegetarian restaurants on your way.

Various spots restrict photography so you are requested to respect that.

Do not take a bath in any water body until it is specified for the bath.

You can take along the guide who will ascertain you to be on the right path and can also advise you for a better accommodation place. But there is no need for such guides if you are booking your package with local travel agents as everything is already booked in advance and the driver provided by them can guide you well throughout the trip.

Since all four Shrines are located in environmentally vulnerable locations it is advised to take care of the environment as well while being on the trip, so here are the things you should not do while you are on this pilgrimage tour:

Do not throw your waste here and there.

Try not to carry any plastic bags but if you have so then dispose of them in dustbins only.

Carry a refillable water bottle to save you money and the environment.

Do not set up your tent at any place there are several spots given for the tents only set up your tents at these places.

Do not disturb any kind of wildlife but click their pictures again and again.

Do not throw any kind of waste in water bodies.

Since a lot of pilgrims are excited to go on this Pilgrimage tour you need to book everything in advance of at least 2 months so that everything is fixed and you do not face any kind of miss comfort during the trip. You need to make all railway and flight reservations in advance and also if you want to have helicopter services then you need to hurry because there are limited slots of helicopters for this pilgrimage Yatra.

Since the shrines are located in remote areas so there are no proper networks available but if you are using a BSNL SIM card then you can get better network connectivity at various places on this Pilgrimage tour.

Many people show the symptoms of altitude sickness while climbing uphill due to low pressure on oxygen at higher altitudes. Other than this people also may suffer from dizziness, headache, muscle aches, and nausea. So for this, it is advisable to carry a proper box of first aid and also some specified meditations prescribed by your doctors. Also, you need to carry meditation to treat sore-throat, fever, cough & cold, blood pressure, pain killers, and bandages.

It is advisable to not plant this trip during the monsoon but even then you have planned you need to consider the following points:

Try to carry a waterproof bag and some plastic bag in which you can keep your wet clothes so that it doesn't mix with the dry ones.

Try to prevent your legs from fungal infection by keeping them dry.

You need to carry raincoats, waterproof shoes and tens, walking sticks and sleeping bags.

The token system was introduced in the year 2012 on a trial basis since it worked so now it is mandatory. You can take these tokens from any of the three token centers located near the Badrinath taxi stand. You need to take in and arrive 15 to 20 min before the time mentioned on the token, during the high peak season you just get approx. A minute to visit the shrine and take the blessing of Lord Badri. This token system was introduced to make the queue run smoothly and everyone can seek the blessings of Lord Badri.

If you are doing this Pilgrimage yatra by helicopter it will save a lot of time for you also you will be allowed for the VIP darshan which will again save your time which can be invested in exploring the other beautiful destinations of Uttarakhand.

You need to carry your id proof which can be anyone from an Aadhar card, driving licence, and Passport which is mandatory for International devotees. Other than this no document is further required.

There are an end number of hotels that are located in the nearby areas of each shrine but if you are going on this pilgrimage yatra during the peak season then make sure that you book your accommodation in advance because it's really hard to find room on the spot as many hotels are fully packed by then.

The timing for Darshan at Badrinath temple is from 4 am to 12 noon and again from 3 pm till 9 pm at night.

If you are travelling from different parts of India or the World then you need to first reach Delhi. After that, you can board a flight to Dehradun airport, or you can also take a train to Haridwar or Rishikesh railway station. After you will be going in the mentioned sequence Delhi -Haridwar -Barkot -Yamunotri -Uttarkashi -Gangotri -Guptkashi -Kedarnath -Rudraprayag -Badrinath -Joshimath -Srinagar(Garwal) -Rishikesh -Delhi.

There are plenty of hotels in Dharali and Harshil that are located at a distance of 20 km from Gangotri. Other than this you can also stay in GMVN but it generally remains fully packed due to the huge amount of devotees who opted for it. But there are various other temples where you can plan your accommodation as per your comfort.

The trekking charges will be somewhere around 200 to 500 per day and if you want to hire a NIM course certified Guide then it may go up to a bit costlier. Also, you have to take care of all the food facilities for the guides too.

There are different things that should be remembered while packing the bag for the Chardham yatra. Since the temples are situated at high elevations the temperature will remain cold and around evening time it turns out to be extremely chilly so the main thing for you to convey is your woolen ( sweaters, gloves, covers, and so forth) other than this you need to carry is the medical aid box, light, additional batteries, chocolates, convenient chargers overcoats, agreeable shoes and lastly the mosquito repellant.

If you are opting for a helicopter ride then there is no compulsion to take a halt at Rishikesh/Haridwar but if you are traveling by private can then you need to take halt at Rishikesh/Haridwar as the journey is a bit long and while driving in hilly regions more time is consumed so you need to take a halt at these places.

Yes, you need to have good health to undertake this Chardham yatra. You should be physically and mentally fit and should not be suffering from any kind of breathing problem. It is mandatory to carry some general meditations and a first aid box along with you even though you are fully fine. You also need to have a fitness certificate for trekking to Kedarnath Dham Which can be taken at Guptkashi or Sonprayag. Your fitness check will be done at the Sonprayag Check post for the trekking.

You are going on a spiritual journey to detox your body and soul from all kinds of negativity. So it is advised not to consume or carry any kind of alcoholic substance or if you are caught with such substance then Uttarakhand police can levy a huge fine and can also imprison you.

Get Free Quotes

Fill the form or call us on :+91-9557559891