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Tour Itinerary

Char Dham Yatra
11 Nights/12 Days
Itinerary: Yamunotri – Gangotri – Kedarnath – Badrinath
Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Delhi- Haridwar
On touching base at the Delhi air terminal, you will be met by a Yatra agent and taken in a cooled vehicle to Haridwar, around 230 kilometers from Delhi (approx. 6 hours). Snacks will be served to you locally available. A stop will be made for a late lunch at Khatauli. In the wake of touching base at Haridwar, registration at your pre-booked inn and unwind for at some point. At night, an
English-talking host will demonstrat to you around this profound town and take you to the Har-ki-Paudi ghat to witness the “aarti” (service). The aarti happens at sundown on the sacred waterway Ganges. It is a wonderful service in which a gathering of ministers grasp flame bowls and offer their reverence to the waterway, Master Shiva, the sun and the universe.

Spend a couple of hours at Har-ki-Paudi – a standout amongst the most consecrated ghats in India, and watch the small earthen oil lights float down the Ganges in a showcase of bunch gleaming lights. This ghat is accepted to be fabricated by ruler Vikramaditya in first century BC in the memory of his sibling Bhartrihari who had come to ruminate here on the bank of Ganga. There are numerous legends connected with this ghat. The atmosphere of Hari-ki-Paudi brings upon a feeling of shellfish on you. Come back to your lodging in Haridwar, make the most of your supper and spend the night.

Day 2: Haridwar – Barkot
After a luxurious breakfast at your lodging in Haridwar, begin on your excursion to Barkot, around 184 kilometers from Haridwar. It is an exceptionally beautiful mountain course. Stop by at the thundering Kempty Falls, Lakahamandal – an Archeological Overview of India secured site (around 5 kilometers from the fundamental street). Further on, visit the old sanctuary committed to Master Shiva. In the wake of paying your tribute at this altar, proceed on your drive to Barkot.

Barkot is a lovely town settled in the Rawain Valley of Uttarkashi Area on the banks of the Yamuna. Local people of Rawain are warm and agreeable, however they have been cut off from whatever is left of Garhwal because of its remote area. Their way of life is comparative yet particular from whatever is left of Garhwal; and it is this that makes this range incredibly fascinating. This visit is an extraordinary opportunity to meet local people, impart a feast to them, and take in a thing or two about their way of life and legacy. You can take in dazzling perspectives of the Banderpunch Range and the little towns dotted on the lower spans of the encompassing slopes. The town is on the way to the Yamunotri dham.

On entry, registration at a pre-booked lodging in Barkot and spend the night. Supper will be served at the lodging. Today you will go for around 8 hours before ending for the night in Barkot.

Day 3: Barkot – Jankichatti – Yamunotri – Barkot
After breakfast, set out on a morning drive around 45 kilometers up to Jankichatti. Further on, travel approx. 5 kilometers by walking to Yamunotri. Here you can cook rice by pressing it in a material and plunging it in the high temp water of the kund (boiling hot water spring). Explorers take this cooked rice home as a “Prasad”. Close to the sanctuary “Pooja” can be offered at Divya Shila, subsequent to scrubbing down in Jamunabai Kund’s warm water and paying tribute to “Yamunaji”. In the wake of offering requests to God at the hallowed place, come back to Hanumanchatti, and further back to Barkot. Come back to your inn in Barkot and spend the night

Day 4: Barkot – Uttarkashi
A bracing breakfast at your lodging in Barkot sets you up for your voyage ahead to Uttarkashi, around 120 kilometers away (an approx. 5-hour drive). You will land around lunch time in Uttarkashi. Registration at a pre-booked inn for your overnight remain. Arranged at a height of 1158 meters, the pleasant town of Uttarkashi is settled on the bank of stream Bhagirathi. Uttarkashi is home to a numerous ashrams and sanctuaries, and the Nehru Establishment of Mountaineering. It is the place where there is holiest of journeys of Hindus, the Gangotri and Yamunotri – inside of the limits of its property the two holiest streams of India, Ganga and Yamuna begin. You are at recreation at night to walk around, blend with local people, peruse the attractions, and take pictures.
Eat at your lodging and spend the night.

Day 5: Uttarkashi – Harsil – Gangotri – Uttarkashi
With pressed breakfast leave for Gangotri at a young hour in the morning. On the way, a stop will be made at Gangnani, a boiling point water spring. In the wake of offering supplications to God at the sanctum and pooja darshan, again stop along the path for lunch at a position of you decision. Post lunch, you will be driven back to Uttarkashi, on the way visit Gangnani. Come back to your inn in Uttarkashi and spend the night. Today you will cover around 100 kilometers (approx. 5-hour drive back and forth).

Day 6: Uttarkashi – Guptkashi
Leave at a young hour in the morning for right around a day lengthy drive to Guptkashi, around 211 kilometers (approx. 9 hours). On the way, end for breakfast at Charangikhal. This will be a standout amongst the most wonderful and beautiful drives you have ever experienced. Proceed with your trip and be arranged for a late lunch at Kirtinagar. On your drive after Charangikhal, you will go through the Ganges offering approach to Tehri Dam (the Electro Hydro Venture). With a touch of rest, proceed on your approach to Guptkashi. On landing, registration at a lodging and spend the night.

Day 7: Guptkashi – Kedarnath
Post breakfast, set out on another picturesque drive to Gaurikund, and from their join different travelers on a 14-kilometer-long trek to Kedarnath. On coming to Kedarnath, you will be met by a delegate who will lead you to your inn and aide you through different logistics at these high height destinations. Registration at the lodging in Kedarnath and unwind for at some point, perhaps get some rest after the long strenuous trek.

At night visit the Kedarnath Sanctuary, go to the pooja function. Pay your tribute at the sanctuary and invest some energy splashing up the tranquil, profound air of the spot.
Later, come back to your lodging in Kedarnath and spend the night.

Day 8: Kedarnath – Guptkashi
After an invigorating breakfast, start the 14-kilometer plummet by walking to Gaurikund, and further on drive another 38 kilometers to Guptkashi. In transit, discretionary visit can be made at Triyugi Narayan – a holy place. You will reach Guptkashi in around 3 hours. Registration at a pre-booked lodging in Guptkashi and spend the night.

Day 9: Guptkashi – Badrinath
Appreciate a generous breakfast and take off on a morning drive for Badrinath, around 200 kilometers from Guptkashi (approx, 8 hours). In transit, you will visit Chopta – an excellent timberland with therapeutic plants, managing ample perspectives of the Himalayas. On touching base at Badrinath, registration at the pre-booked inn and get some rest.

At night, visit the Badrinath sanctuary and offer your regards at the holy place. Go to the pooja service, perceive how the nearby ceremonies are performed at the sanctuary. After “darshan” (visit to a sacred spot), you can take a walk around, photo the sanctuary, the spine of Himalayas peddling the skyline, and take in the celestial climate of Badrinath. Later, come back to your lodging for the night.

Day 10: Badrinath – Joshimath – Kirtinagar
Tuck into a healthy breakfast, and set out on a drive for around 3 kilometers to the last town of India – Mana Town, and visit the Vyas Gufa and Bhim Pul. These are some genuinely grand spots with awesome perspectives of the spouting Ganges, the iced zeniths of the Himalayas and some green slopes spotted with nation houses, rich ranches, gem springs slicing through rocks and a sapphire blue sky. Leave for Joshimath at 1100 hours.

On the way, a stop will be made at Vishnu Prayag, the juncture of Dhauli and Alaknanda Waterways. Yet, for the sputtering of the streams, no stable of any sort gets your ear. The air is one of sheer peace and serenity frequently broken by the twittering of flying creatures or the babble of monkeys. On touching base at Joshimath, you will visit the Adi Master Sankarcharya Math. What’s more, after lunch continue to Kirtinagar.

In transit, make delays to appreciate the splendid view of Karn Prayag – the conversion of waterways Pindari and Alaknanda, and Nandprayag – the juncture of streams Mandakini and Alaknanda.
On landing in Kirtinagar, registration at a pre-booked lodging and spend the night. Today you will go around 198 kilometers on street, an approx. 8-hour drive.

Day 11: Kirtinagar – Haridwar
After an extravagant breakfast, drive to Rishikesh, around 155 kilometers from Kirtinagar (approx. 5 hours). A stop will be made on the way to visit Deoprayag – the conjunction of Bhagirathi and Alaknanda Streams. Touch base in Haridwar and registration at your pre-booked lodging. Unwind for at some point before going to the night aarti at Parmath Niketan Ghat. Spend a couple of hours on the ghat and watch a large number of earthen lights buoy down the Ganges. Truly an entrancing sight, this. What’s more, realizes a feeling of quiet on you.

In the wake of seeing the display of flame and water against a beautiful nightfall sky, come back to your lodging and spend the night.

Day 12: Haridwar – Delhi
After an early breakfast, set out on a nostalgic return adventure to Delhi, around 230 kilometers from Haridwar (approx. 6 hours). On landing you will be dropped at the universal air terminal or any point helpful to you in Delhi for your forward excursion.

Note: – Standard registration/registration times at all inns will be 12 twelve.