Char Dham Tour Package 10 Nights 11 Days

Tour Details

A spiritual trip to the home of the Gods, the CharDham Yatra is one of the most revered pilgrimage journeys in India. Located in the Himalayan region of Uttarakhand, CharDham comprises four holy shrines – Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. Every devotee can have a different spiritual experience at one of these four holy locations, which are thought to be the entrance to salvation. In this article, we’ll examine the CharDham Tour Package in more detail and provide a day-by-day itinerary with accurate tour information.

Day 1 - Pickup from Delhi Drive to Haridwar

Starting with a pick-up in Delhi, the CharDham Tour Package trip begins. You’ll be met by our representative at the prearranged spot, and you’ll then take a beautiful trip to Haridwar. One of India’s holiest cities, Haridwar is renowned for its historic temples and ghats. When you get to Haridwar, check into your hotel and take some time to relax.

Day 2 - Haridwar to Barkot

You will set out for Barkot, a lovely hill town in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, after taking a revitalizing morning swim in the holy Ganges in Haridwar. Haridwar and Barkot are separated by around 220 kilometers, and the trip there takes 7-8 hours.

You will pass through the picturesque valleys of Mussoorie and the Kempty Falls on your journey to Barkot. You might quickly stop at Kempty Falls to take in the natural splendour and take some photos. The waterfall is a well-liked picnic location and is situated in a lovely valley surrounded by verdant woodlands.

Day 3 - Barkot to Yamunotri and Stay in Barkot

You will travel to Jankichatti on the third day of your excursion, from which point you will walk to Yamunotri. The Yamuna River originates at Yamunotri, which is 3,293 metres above sea level. One of the most picturesque treks in the area is the journey to Yamunotri. Once you’ve seen Yamunotri, you’ll head back to Barkot and spend the night.

Day 4 - Barkot to Uttarkashi

You will travel to Uttarkashi, a charming town situated on the banks of the Bhagirathi River, on the fourth day of your vacation. Known for its historic temples, Uttarkashi serves as the entrance to Gangotri. You can check into your accommodation and unwind after arriving in Uttarkashi.

Day 5 - Uttarkashi to Gangotri and Stay in Uttarkashi

You will go to Gangotri, one of India’s holiest sanctuaries, on the fifth day of your vacation. The Ganges River originates at Gangotri, which is 3,048 metres above sea level. You will return to and spend the night in Uttarkashi after touring Gangotri.

Day 6 - Uttarkashi to Guptkashi

You will travel to Guptkashi on a beautiful drive after breakfast. On the banks of the Mandakini River, this charming town may be found on the way to Kedarnath. You will pass through Srinagar, a picturesque town situated along the Alaknanda River, along the trip. Here, you can pause for a while and take in the breathtaking views of the mountains nearby.

You will check into your accommodation after you arrive in Guptkashi and then relax for a while. You can stroll through the town and check out the neighbourhood markets in the evening.

Day 7 - Guptkashi to Kedarnath - Guptkashi

You will go to Kedarnath, which is situated 3,583 metres above sea level, after breakfast. The town is well-known for the Lord Shiva-dedicated Kedarnath Temple. One of the holiest locations for Hindus, the temple is situated within the breathtaking Himalayas. It is thought that going to Kedarnath will atone for all of your sins and bring you salvation.

You would need to hike 14 kilometres from Guptkashi to Kedarnath. The difficult walk requires about 6-7 hours to finish. However, it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience because of the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and the peaceful setting.

Day 8 - Guptkashi to Badrinath

We will go for Badrinath, one of the most well-liked Hindu pilgrimage locations, after breakfast. At a height of 3,133 metres above sea level, Badrinath is encircled by snow-capped mountains. It takes about 5 hours to get from Guptkashi to Badrinath, and the route is full of breathtaking scenery.

We’ll check in at the hotel when we get there and then unwind for a while. Later on, we’ll go to the Lord Vishnu-specific Badrinath temple. The temple, one of the four Char Dham temples, is regarded as one of Hinduism’s holiest sites. The temple’s conical roof and gold-gilded roof give it a distinctive architectural style.

Day 9 - Badrinath to Joshimath and Stay in Rudraprayag

We will set out for Joshimath, which is around 42 km from Badrinath, after breakfast. Joshimath is a well-known winter sports resort and the starting point for numerous trips into the Himalayas. We’ll check in at the hotel when we get there and then unwind for a while. One of Joshimath’s oldest temples, the Narsingh temple, will be our first stop in the afternoon. The revered Hindu scholar Adi Shankaracharya is thought to have founded the temple, which is devoted to Lord Vishnu.

Later, we’ll travel 125 kilometres to Rudraprayag, which is far from Joshimath. We will check into the hotel when we get there and then retire for the evening.

Day 10 - Rudraprayag to Rishikesh and Stay in Haridwar

We will leave for Rishikesh, which is around 142 kilometres from Rudraprayag, after breakfast. Rishikesh is a well-known spiritual destination and is frequently referred to as the yoga capital of the world. When we get there, we’ll go to the Triveni Ghat, a revered bathing location on the banks of the Ganges.

The renowned Ram Jhula and Laxman Jhula, two suspension bridges over the Ganges, will be our next stop. These bridges provide a breathtaking perspective of the river and the mountains in the area. One of Rishikesh’s oldest ashrams, the Parmarth Niketan Ashram, will also be on our itinerary.

Day 11 - Haridwar to Delhi

We will travel the roughly 210 kilometres back to Delhi after breakfast, which is located in Haridwar. When you arrive, one of our representatives will drop you off in Delhi where you want to be. Our Char Dham travel package comes to an end now. We sincerely hope you enjoyed discovering the Himalayas’ spiritual and aesthetic splendour.