Kedarnath – Badrinath Yatra

Kedarnath Badrinath YatraThe travelers termed as Uttrakhand-Yatra, which incorporates the journey to Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri. As the devoted and exemplary soul continues further increasingly elevated through the Himalayas, one is by all accounts getting close and closer to God. Shedding off the common servitudes one by one.

Day 01: Arrive Delhi

Meeting and help on entry and exchange to lodging. Entire day touring of Delhi, going by Laxmi Narayan Temple, Hanuman Mandir, India Gate, Gauri Shankar Temple, Qutab Minar, Chhattarpur Temple, Bahai Temple and Akshardham Temple.Overnight at inn.

Day 02 : Delhi – Dakpathar (230 kms/9 hrs)

Early morning leave via auto/mentor for Dakpahar. On entry, visit the Paonta Sahib Gurdwara where the thundering Yamuna streams noiselessly close to the gurdwara. Supper and stay at Tourist Rest House.

Day 03 : Dakpathar – Sayanachatti (100 kms/8 hrs)
Sayanachatti India Tour
After breakfast, leave via auto/mentor for Sayanachatti, lunch enroute. On landing, supper and overnight at Tourist Rest House.

Day 04 : Sayanchatti – Hanumanchatti – Yamunotri – Kankichatti

After breakfast, leave via auto/mentor for Hanumanchatti (6kms ½ hr). Subsequent to going by Hanumanchatti, leave by walking for Yamunotri (14 kms/4 hrs) wellspring of River Yamuna arranged the other way on Gangotri at a height or 3235 m above ocean level on the Bandarpunch crest, where the place of worship is one of the four dhams, landing there at 1300 hrs. After lunch, Darshan and Pooja, leave Yamunotri at 1530hrs for Jankichatti (6kms, 3 ½ hrs.), achieving their at 19:00 hrs. On entry, supper and overnight at Tourist Rest House.

Day 05 : Jankichatti – Barkot – Uttarkashi

Jankichatti Kedarnath India TourAfter an early breakfast, withdraw by walking for Barkot (41 kms/5 hrs) touching base there at twelve. After lunch, withdraw at 1300 hrs by transport for Uttarkashi (83 kms/4 hrs)- arranged on the back of River Bhagirathi. On entry, visit Vishwanath Temple. Supper and overnight at Tourist Rest House.

Day 06 : Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Bhojbasa

Early breakfast, withdraw via auto/mentor for Gangotri (100 kms/4 hrs) arranged at a rise of 3200 m above ocean level in the midst of dazzling environment. Mythology has it that Ganga boiled sensible as an aftereffect of King Bhagirath’s extreme compensation. It is the spot where this little girl of paradise arrived on earth. By November, Gangotri is snowbound and it is trusted that the Goddess retreats to Mukhba, her winter home kms downstream. Lunch and trek to Bhojbasa (16 kms/6 hrs) Dinner and overnight at Tourist Guest House.

Day 07 : Bhojbasa – Gaumukh – Bhojbasa – Gangotri

Bhojbasa Kedarnath India TourGangotri Early breakfast, and withdraw by walking for Gaumukh (3 kms/2 hrs)- the icy mass which is the wellspring of the mouth of Bhagirathi (Ganga) is held in high regard by the lovers. Take a heavenly dunk in the chilling cold water, perform Pooja and come back to Bhojbasa. Lunch at 1100hrs at Bhojbasa and continue for Gangotri (19 kms/5 hrs) via auto/mentor at 1200 hrs. “Aarti’, Darshan and Pooja at Gangotri. Supper and overnight at Tourist Rest House.

Day 08 : Gangotri – Uttarkashi – Srinagar

After an early breakfast, continue via auto/mentor for Uttarkashi (100 kms/4 hrs). After lunch, leave via auto/mentor at 1300 hrs for Srinagar (211 kms/2 ½ hrs)- arranged on the bank of River Alaknanda, which used to be capital of Garhwal before British period. On landing, supper and overnight at Tourist Rest House.

Day 09 : Srinagar – Chandrapuri – Gaurkund – Kedarnath

Srinagar India TourMorning withdraw via auto/mentor for Chandrapuri (56 kms 2 ½ hrs). Breakfast on landing and trek to Gaurikund (5 kms/2 hrs). Take a heavenly plunge in Taptkund and Gourikund, eat and trek to Kedarnath (14 kms/5 hrs.)- one of the four Dhams devoted to Lord Shiva. Legend has it that the Pandavas of Mahabharat epic experienced serious compensation to give penance the executing of the their friends and relatives in the considerable clash of Kurukshetra and set up this place of worship which has one of the twelve Jyotrilingas’ of Lord Shiva. “Aarti” Darshan and Pooja at Kedarnath. Supper/overnight at Tourist Rest House.

Day 10 : Kedarnath – Gaurikund – Rudraprayag

After breakfast, return by walking to Gaurikund (14 kms/4hrs). Lunch on landing in 1400hrs. Continue via auto/mentor at 1500 hrs for Rudraprayag ( 87kms/3hrs). Supper and overnight at Tourist Rest House.

Day 11: Rudraprayag – Joshimath – Badrinath (114 kms/4 hrs)

rudraprayag Kedarnath India TourAfter ahead of schedule breakfast, continue via auto/mentor for Joshimath . Lunch on landing in twelve. Leave at 1400 hrs for Badrinath (42 kms/2 hrs) 3133 m above ocean level-restored in the ninth century by Shankaracharya. ‘Aarti’, Darshan and Pooja on entry. Supper/overnight at Tourist Rest House.

Day 12 : Badrinath – Joshimath

After breakfast, perform “Aarti’, Darshan, Pooja and take a blessed dunk in the Tapta Kund at Badrinath-considered a sound custom with the water having restorative properties. Lunch and continue via auto/mentor for Joshimath (42 kms/2 hrs) at 1400 hrs. On entry, visit Narasinh Temple and Jyotirmath Temple-where Adi Shankaracharya performed repentance under a tree in the eighth century and set up the math. Supper and overnight at visitor Rest House.

Day 13 : Joshimath – Srinagar – Kaudilya

Joshimath kedarnath tourAfter breakfast, leave via auto/mentor for Srinagar (146 kms/6 hrs). Lunch on landing (1400 hrs) and continue via auto/mentor for Kaudilya (30 kms/3 hrs). Supper/overnight at Tourist Rest House.

Day 14 : Kaudilya – Haridwar – Delhi

Early morning, leave via auto/mentor for Haridwar (55 kms/4 ½ hrs). On landing, breakfast, and touring of Haridwar. After lunch at 1300 hrs leave via auto/mentor for Delhi (200 kms 5 ½ hrs). On landing registration at lodging.

Day 15 : Delhi – Back Home

Breakfast and day at relaxation till your flight for ahead excursion/back home. (Inn checkout 12:0

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