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Chardham Yatra 2023


10 days






May - June



COVERED PLACES – Haridwar – Barkot – Yamunotri – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Rudraprayag – Kedarnath – Badrinath – Joshimath – Rishikesh – Haridwar

Chardham yatra is one of the most sacred spiritual Hindu pilgrimage Consisting of for shrines name as KEDARNATH BADRINATH GANGOTRI AND YAMUNOTRI in Uttarakhand . It is believed that the CHARDHAM YATRA opens the gates of salvation by washing Away all the sins of mankind and this journey must be undertaken at least once in a lifetime to Achieve “moksha”.

“Let yatrawale take care of you right from your doorstep to the darshans and back”

Departure / Return Location


Departure Time

8:00 AM

  • Meal
  • Accommodations
  • Transportation
  • Professional guide
Not Included
  • Entrance fees
  • Guide gratuity
  • Airport Transfers
  • Insurance

The first day of your yatra will begin at 7 a.m After breakfast we leave for barkot ,via mussoorie.
lunch will be done by yourself en-route.

Barkot is the beautiful space which is secured by amazing snow topped mountains all around .a
stunning view of the delight full snowy peak of bandar punch can be enjoyed hear .

After an early breakfast ,at your hotel , barkot we will continue with your yatra to jankichatti. We
will trek to Yamunotri to visit the heavenly sanctuary of Goddess Yamuna, on the banks of
blessed river. The long tiring day will come to an end with a comfortable overnight stay at

Early breakfast will be served and we will proceed with our journey to Harsil via Uttarkashi. A pit
stop will be taken at Gangnani for a heated water spring plunge (as time allows). Packed lunch
will be served.

Harsil will begin with a peaceful morning stroll. After breakfast, we will continue our Yatra to
Gangotri which is around 22 kms far from your hotel, Harsil. On your arrival at Gangotri, take a
plunge in the Holy Ganges and perform your Pooja while you unwind in the flawless

After an early breakfast, we will proceed with our Yatra to Guptkashi via Uttarkashi. Enroute we
will stop at Chourangi Khal sanctuary of Nagnath Ji to offer prayers (if time allows).A pit stop will
be taken at Abaki for lunch and refreshment.

The sixth day of your Yatra will begin with a buffet breakfast after that we will continue to
Gaurikund and from there will start trek to Shri Kedarnath Ji.The trek will be of 10 kms, that will
take approximately 7 hours.Evening on arrival check in at the hotel at Kedarnath. Dinner and
overnight stay at the Hotel.

The seventh day of your Yatra will begin with a darshan of Kedarnath ji followed by a buffet
breakfast at hotel. Then we shall start trek to Gaurikund from Shri Kedarnath Ji.The trek will be
of 21 kms, that will take approximately 7 hours.Dinner and Overnight stay at your hotel

The ninth day of your yatra will take you to Badrinath via Chopta, the tour will leave after buffet
breakfast On your arrival at Badrinath, you will be treated with a traditional welcome after with
check in at the hotel. Rest for the day. A delectable dinner will be served followed by an
overnight stay.

After a lavish buffet breakfast, we will proceed for darshan at Badrinath ji temple. When the
darshan of this heavenly land is achieved one can visit the Mana village – the last Indian village
(as time permits). The stunning excellence of this modest village offers the best views in the
outing. It is believed that the Pandavas had crossed the ( visit Manna town by directly to pay
to the driver with some extra charge). We will reach Joshimath in the evening where a
sumptuous supper cum dinner will be served followed an overnight stay.

A drop will be arranged in haridwar / rishikesh where the sacred Ganga start .
Tour end

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