Char Dham Yatra Package - 2023
To make your holy Char Dham Yatra hassle-free and smooth India Thrills provides the best hand- crafted Char Dham Yatra packages. Choose from wide ranges of Char Dham tours, that fits your requirements and budget the best. Enthrall yourself with the divine energy of the holy 4 dham yatra and experience serenity by booking yourself a Char dham yatra package today!
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Char Dham Yatra Packages (2023) :-
|Char Dham Yatra Package – Ex Haridwar||10 Days||Rs 24,000||Explore Now!|
|Char Dham Yatra Package – Ex Delhi||12 Days||Rs 32,990||Explore Now!|
|Char Dham Yatra Package – Ex Rishikesh||10 Days||Rs 24,000||Explore Now!|
|Chardham yatra package by Helicopter||6 Days||Rs 1,99,780||Explore Now!|
|Char dham tour for Senior Citizens||10 Days||Rs 23,990||Explore Now!|
|Do Dham Ex Haridwar||7 Days||Rs 19,700||Explore Now!|
These Char Dham Yatra Packages has itinerary ranging from short 5 Nights 6 Days Char dham tour to long and relaxed char dham yatra for 11 Nights & 12 Days. The short Char dham trip package focused on saving your time. Whereas, long Chardham yatra tour package, aims at comfortable and relaxed Char dham yatra.
Every year the Char Dham shrines Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri are open for tourists for an approx period of 6 months from April/May to October/November. However, the Mandir Samiti confirms the exact dates of opening and closing of the char dham shrines.
- In the Summer season, the temperature is in the moderate range from 25 to 35 degrees Celsius making it the best time to go on for Char Dham Yatra.
- The gates of the Char Dham temples are also open in the monsoon season but the pilgrimage receives good rainfall during the rainy season. Therefore, it is advised to prepare well with the rain gear if you are planning to visit during the monsoon.
- Char Dham Yatra remains shut during the winter season because of heavy snowfall in the region which blocks access to the temples with temperatures going as low as -15 degrees.
A large number of pilgrims visit the Char Dhams each year making it jam-packed during the peak season. Thus, planning and preparing everything beforehand is crucial to visit holy pilgrimage. And for this India Thrills will provide you with the best Char Dham Yatra package to make your voyage stress-free.
Places you will visit on Char Dham Yatra
Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath are the four sacred places you will visit during Char Dham Yatra. Know more about these places in detail below.
Yamunotri Temple, which honours the goddess Yamuna, is located at a height of roughly 3,291 metres in the western Garhwal Himalayas. You can visit various tourist attractions close to the Yamunotri temple, such as the Surya Kund hot spring in Barkot and the Divya Shila rock pillar, which is worshipped before entering the holy Yamunotri temple.
Both tourists and believers are drawn to Gangotri by its strange and devout vibe. The magnificent temple is a 20-foot-tall white granite building. Other excellent temples in the area are the Bhairavnath and Vishwanath temples, in addition to the Gangotri temple.
The “Lord of the Kedar Khand” signifies Kedarnath (mountain region). In Kedarnath, Uttarakhand, the temple of Lord Shiva is situated close to Mandakini River (India). If you are traveling to Kedarnath, you can visit nearby places like Vasuki Tal. The lake, Triyuginarayan Temple and Guptkashi will make your trip more memorable.
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Badrinath Temple, which is devoted to Lord Vishnu, is located close to the Alaknanda River and perched on the Garhwal hill slopes. It houses a Lord Vishnu idol made of black stone. There are 19 tourist spots in Badrinath where tourists can spend their leisure time, such as Pandukeshwar, Mana Village, charan paduka, Mata Murti Temple, Narad Kund and many more.
How To Reach:
To visit Char Dham, one needs to reach Haridwar or Rishikesh. These places are closest and well connected with all 4 Dhams.
Char Dham Yatra Route Map –
Haridwar – Rishikesh – Barkot – Yamunotri – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Guptkashi – Kedarnath – Rudraprayag – Badrinath – Joshimath – Rishikesh – Haridwar.
By Air – Jollygrant Dehradun Airport is the nearest airport located 55 km from Haridwar and 20 km from Rishikesh. You can hire cab to reach the Rishikesh or Haridwar. From here, you can take cab to visit Char Dham. Else, state buses are the only option for Char Dham Yatra. We also offer pickup and drop services from the airport in our Char Dham Yatra tour packages.
By Train – Yognagri Rishikesh Railway Station is the last station for trains in your Char Dham Yatra. From here you can take cab and state runned buses to complete your Char Dham Yatra.
By Road – Rishikesh ISBT is the nearest bus stop that is connected to all motorable routes to Char Dham.
FAQs About Char Dham Yatra:
The Char Dham Yatra can take around 10-12 days to complete. If you have extra time you can visit other attractions as well during the tour such as Auli, Chopta, Hemkund Sahib, etc.
Yes, the sacred Char Dham Yatra is considered to be one of the toughest pilgrimage yatras. Therefore, it is recommended to prepare for everything in advance to ensure a smooth journey.
The summer season, months from April to June are considered the best for Char Dham Yatra as the temperature is very favourable during this time.
A complete Char Dham Yatra from Haridwar will cost around ₹23,990 per person.
Yes, you can drive there in your car, but you should not because there are hilly areas, and driving on hills is difficult. Take your own vehicle only if you are experienced in driving in hilly terrain.