Kedarnath Tour Packages
Kedarnath ji, for the journey you have to reach Haridwar or Rishikesh in Uttarakhand first. After that, the journey to Kedarnath should be started via Devprayag, Srinagar, Rudraprayag, Guptakashi, Samprayag and Gaurikund. Kedarnath Yatra can be done in different ways, like helicopter to Kedarnath, but it is not always possible to get Kedarnath helicopter tickets. Kedarnath can be reached on foot, or by Horse or by Duli/Pittu.
It may take at least 7 hours to 9 hours to reach Kedarnath on foot.
There are many Dharamshalas and some hotels near Kedarnath Temple where one can stay overnight.
Kedarnath and Badrinath Tour Itinerary
Day 01: Delhi to Haridwar (4-5 hrs)
Pick up from Delhi to Haridwar(4-5 hrs) and transfer to Hotel. Day free for rest. Evening visit Ganga Ghat for Ganga Arati Darshan. Overnight at Haridwar.
Day 02: Haridwar to Sitapur (229 km/ 8 hrs)
After breakfast proceed to (229 km/ 8 hrs) / Sitapur, Uttarakhand via Guptakashi. Overnight stay.
Day 03: Sitapur / Guptakashi to Gaurikund (4 km/ 20 mnts) then Kedarnath Trek (6-9 hrs)
Early morning transfer to Gaurikund (4 km/ 20 mnts) and start trekking to Kedarnath ji temple. You can opt for Helicopter ticket (online at your own) in advance before your journey date . You can visit to kedarnath temple by walk . Total journey time from Gaurikund to Kedarnath ji will take 6 to 8 hrs . You can also option to complete Kedarnath Tour Package by Horse or by Pittu/ Duli. Overnight stay at Kedarnath (Hotel/ Dharamsala).
Day 04: Kedarnath to Gaurikund / Gaurikund to Ukhimath(45 km/ 2 hrs)
Early morning after fresh n up you have to visit Kedarnath Ji temple for puja and other rituals . After completion of Puja archana at Kedarnath temple return back to Gaurikund by trek or horse or helicopter ride and then transfer to your hotel at Guptakashi/ Ukhimath .
Day 05: Ukhimath to Chopta (45 km/ 1 hrs 30 mnts) Chopta to Badrinath (180 km / 7 hrs)
After breakfast checkout hotel at Ukhimath and transfer to Chopta valley for photo stop and then drive to Badrinath dham(200 km/ 8 hrs from Guptakashi). check in hotel. In the evening visit / Darshan Badrinath temple for puja and arati and return back to hotel and overnight stay.
Day 06: Badrinath to Auli (100 km./ 2 hrs) Auli to Rudraprayag (125 km/ 4 hrs).
Early morning again visit Bardinath temple for puja and other rituals and then back to hotel and take your breakfast . Check out Badrinath hotel and transfer to Rudraprayag . Enroute visit last village of India Mana Village . It is said that Shri Vyasadev and Lord Shri Ganesha wrote the 18-volume Mahabharata sitting in a cave in this Mana village. After visiting Mana village we will go to Auli(if time permit) and then transfer to Rudraprayag and stay for the night.
Day 07: Rudraprayag to Rishikesh (140 km/ 5 hrs)
After breakfast transfer to Rishikesh and check in hotel. evening free for walking to to temples or stay at hotel.
Day 08: Rishikesh to Haridwar(29 km/ 45 mnts)
Check out Rishikesh and transfer to Haridwar, enroute visit Ramjhula, Luxman jhula, Santikunj, Konkhal ashrams, temples , Mansa devi temple. Overnight stay at Haridwar / Or Train from Haridwar.
Uttarakhand Pilgrim Yatra Packages
Numerous temples are there in Uttarakhand, also known as Devbhoomi or the Land of Gods, which welcomes visitors all year long. One of the most well-known of the several holy sites and circuits that pilgrims travel across Uttarakhand is the Char Dham Yatra. Pilgrimage yatra, is a journey to four sacred locations that are tucked away in the Himalayas: Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath.
Temples of God / Goddess of Chardham yatra
The Yamunotri temple is devoted to Goddess Yamuna and is located in the Uttarkashi area close to the source of the River Yamuna, which is the second-most sacred river in India after the River Ganga. The most revered of all Indian rivers, the Ganga, is honoured in Gangotri in the Uttarkashi district. Kedarnath, a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, is situated in the Rudraprayag district. Lord Vishnu is the focus of Badrinath, which houses the revered Badrinarayan Temple. The Char Dham Yatra is difficult and divine, but it also satisfies the soul.
The high-altitude shrines are closed for about six months each year, starting in the spring (April or May) and ending as winter approaches (October or November). The Char Dham Yatra is supposed to be completed in a circular rotation. As a result, the pilgrimage begins in Yamunotri, travels through Gangotri, Kedarnath, and ends in Badrinath. The trip can be finished by helicopter or road (helicopter services are available). Some followers also make the trip to Kedarnath and Badrinath as part of the Do Dham Yatra.