Kedarnath Tour Packages - 2022

Kedarnath Yatra Packages

Kedarnath is the home of Lord “Shiva”, and a holy dham i.e., part of the renowned Char Dham Yatra. If you’re also planning a Kedarnath tour, check out our wide range of curated Kedarnath Tour packages with stay, meals and transfers. 

Kedarnath Temple being the most prominent Dham of Lord Shiva has a beautiful architecture of grey slabs surrounded by the snow-covered himalayan mountains.

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Kedarnath Tour PackagesDurationCostDetails
Kedarnath Yatra Ex Haridwar3 Nights | 4 Days Rs 8,500Explore Now!
Kedarnath Trip from Delhi4 Nights | 5 DaysRs 14,500Explore Now!
Same Day Kedarnath-Badrinath Tour Package by Helicopter 1 DayRs 99,000Explore Now!
Char Dham Tour for Senior Citizens9 Nights | 10 DaysRs 23,990Explore Now!
Kedarnath-Badrinath Tour by Helicopter2 Nights | 3 DaysRs 94,500Explore Now!

These kedarnath travel packages can be customised to the needs of travellers. From the same day Kedarnath package to 2 nights, 3 nights & 4 nights Kedarnath tour, we have got all covered.

So book a Kedarnath trip at affordable prices and embark on this beautiful journey of Kedarnath Dham.

Places to visit in Kedarnath Trip:

Best Places to visit in Kedarnath Yatra

The “land of God” Kedarnath is blessed with many beautiful places. Here are the top 5 places to visit on your Kedarnath trip.

  1. Adi Shankaracharya Samadhi: Behind the Kedarnath temple is the idol of Adi Shankaracharya, which is about 12 feet high. It was Adi Shankaracharya who established Kedarnath Dham as a Matha. It is believed that the Adi guru first experienced Samadhi at this place. This tomb is situated in the middle of a circular building. The statue was unveiled by the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, on November 05, 2021. So its must visit on your Kedarnath tour.

  2. Guptkashi: Guptkashi is situated at a distance of 45 km from Kedarnath, the main stop of Kedarnath Yatra and one of the spiritual places of Uttarakhand. Situated on the banks of Alaknanda, this small hill station is a confluence of beauty and faith. North of Kashi, this place represents the union of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati, established as the temple of Ardha Nareshwar or Vishwanathji. There is a Manikarnika Kund here where the streams of Maa Ganga and Yamuna rivers meet.

  3. Triyuginarayan: Triyuginarayan is a Hindu religious village located 7.5 km from Sonprayag and 30 km from Kedarnath. There is a Famous Narayan temple here, which is called Triyuginarayan temple. It is believed that Lord Vishnu witnessed the marriage of Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati as a legend from this place. A fire pit seems to be burning in the form of a subtle flame, and it is said that this flame has been burning since the time of Lord Shiva’s marriage.

  4. Sonprayag: Sonprayag is one of the five Prayags of Uttarakhand. Prayag, i.e., confluence, this Prayag is situated on the banks of the confluence of Vasuki Ganga and Alaknanda river. Since the Alaknanda river is more prominent in size than the Vasuki Ganga, the river is known as Alaknanda even after its confluence. Sonprayag is also known for its spiritual significance, where Shiva held the last stop for Trijuginarayan’s marriage to his marriage with Parvati, which is why this place is also considered as the last stop of Kedarnath Yatra.

  5. Kedar or Dome Valley: The valley of Kedarnath mountain is also called Kedar or Dome Valley. This place offers a beautiful panoramic view of Kedarnath. Situated at a walking height of about 1.5 km from Kedarnath Temple, this scenic beauty is a prime destination for both the spiritual and the adventurous. Kedar valley is full of green-brown grass or bugyal, which gives Kedarnath a different natural beauty. So don’t forget to visit this beautiful place while on your trip to Kedarnath ji shrine.

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Things to do in Kedarnath Trip:

Visit Kaal Bhairavnath Temple | Best Things to do in Kedarnath

Here are the top 5 Best things to visit on your Kedarnath trip.

  1. Take a holy dip in Gaurikund: Gaurikund is situated on the way to Kedarnath, from where Kedarnath is only 15 km away. Flowing from Chorabari Tal or Gandhi Sarovar and Madhu Ganga Falls forms the Mandakini river, which includes a confluence pool at Gaurikund. This pool was made artificial as a Maa Gauri worship place. You can also take the blessings of this wind land by bathing here for some time and worshipping Maa Gauri.

  2. Pray at Ard Nareshwar or Vishwanath Temple: Vishwanath Temple, situated 1 km away from the main Guptkashi market, is a very popular place. In mythology, Lord Shiva proposed to Maa Parvati for marriage at this place. The temple has a bisexual idol of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati, who is worshipped as Ardha Nareshwar. There is also an idol of Manikarnika Kund in the top courtyard of the temple. Along with honouring here, you can also enjoy the magnificent views of the Himalayas.

  3. Visit Baba Kedar Temple: Kedarnath temple is famous worldwide for its spiritual energy and faith. This is the main temple of Panch Kedar, built by the Pandavas; the aura of this temple is very intense and calm. Praying in this temple will get your wishes fulfilled and this is one of the inclusions in our Kedarnath Dham tour package. The Swayambhu Linga of Lord Shiva is established in Kedarnath, the eleventh of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Ashutosh. There is a Shivling inside the temple, which is worshipped, and a Bheem stone at the back of the temple that saved the temple from the strong current in the Kedarnath disaster in 2013. 

  4. Visit Kaal Bhairavnath Temple: Located 600 metres from Kedarnath temple, Kal Bhairavnath Temple is a great attraction centre in Kedarnath; you can reach it here by walking for 15 minutes. Kaal Bhairav is worshipped as the protector of Lord Shiva. This temple is situated at the height of Kedarnath, which is why one can get spectacular views of the entire Kedar valley from here. So worshipping this temple is also a must thing you can do in your Kedarnath tour.

  5. Meditate in Meditation Cave: This meditation cave is situated 500 metres from Kedarnath temple in Kedar valley. This cave was built by the Sadhus and Siddha Yogis of the Himalayas. You can concentrate here for some time, and beginners can easily learn the method of meditation. This cave exudes an aura, which provides ease in meditating. The same cave is used by our prime minister “Narendra Modi” Ji.

Some Frequently Asked Questions About Kedarnath:

The season from May to June is considered the best for Kedarnath. July to September is the monsoon season, making mountainous areas prone to landslides, and October to April is the winter season with Very low temperatures.

Firstly, book a local taxi or bus from Guptkashi to Sonprayag. If you have a car, you will have the option to park the car at Sonprayag and Gaurikund. The 14 km trek starts from Gaurikund to Kedarnath, which you can complete on a horse, palanquin, or foot.

Since hill running may be your first experience, you may be more prone to steep climbs, exhaustion, and lack of oxygen.

Yes! There are many lodges, camp sites, guest houses and hotels in Kedarnath, which provide accommodation as well as food.

Kedarnath Ji can be visited from 5 am to 9 pm. After the evening aarti and makeup darshan, the temple doors will be closed at 9 o’clock at night.