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Badrinath Temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu and is situated in Badrinath, which is a blessed town in the locale of Chamoli in Uttarakhand, India. Arranged along the Alaknanda River, BadrinathDham is thought to be one of the holiest sanctuaries by the Hindus. The principle fascination of BadrinathDham is the one-meter-tall statue of Vishnu as Lord Badrinarayan which is thrown in dark "Shaligram" stone. Consistently the sanctuary is open for guests for a time of a half year, beginning from April end and reaching out till the begin of November.

Kedarnath is a standout amongst the holiest journeys of Lord Shiva arranged in Rudraprayag area of Garhwal district in Uttarakhand. Kedarnath is one of the Char Dham in Uttarakhand and the most Char Dham among PanchKedar. Kedarnath is arranged at an elevation of 3 km, in the lap of the lofty mountain tops and close to the head of waterway Mandakini, Kedarnath go stands one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.

Badrinath Kedarnath Yatra

Day 1

Delhi - Haridwar (205 km)

Our personnel will receive you at Delhi Airport/Railway Station to welcome you on the journey. After few hours we'll ride towards Haridwar. Experience the night Aarti at Ganga and a relaxing and holy bath in the river Ganga. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Haridwar is put where the holy river Ganga enters in plain regions north India after streaming 250 km from its cause Gaumukh. At night ghats look lovely as many lamps, and marigold blossoms buoy and light up the waterway Ganges.There are four sacred sanctuaries Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath on the slopes otherwise called Chardham. The differing idea of the Hindu religion has pulled in outside guests from all around the globe. Nonnatives dependably pulled in to Haridwar because here

they can nearly encounter India's mind-boggling society, different Hindu ceremonies and the antiquated progress.

Day 2

Haridwar – Guptkashi (223 km)

Early morning leave from Haridwar to Guptkashi after having the morning brunch. Lunch will be served on the way to our destination of the day - Guptkashi. Kashi Vishwanath Temple will be our first spot to visit after reaching Guptkashi. Everyone is free to roam the city on their own and experience the calm and beautiful surroundings themselves. Overnight stay at Guptkashi.

GuptakashiGuptkashi is a substantial town situated in Northern Himalayan belt inside Mandakini waterway valley at a rise of 4327 feet in Garhwal Himalayas of Rudraprayag area in Uttrakhand, India. The city is located while in transit to the Kedarnath. Guptkashi is celebrated for the old Vishwanath Temple – devoted to god Shiva – like the one in Varanasi. The alternately famous temple here is dedicated to Ardhanareshvara. Its religious significance is considered alongside that of Varanasi, accepted to be the most devout of all Hindu journey places.

Day 3

Guptkashi – Sonprayag - Kedarnath

This will be the most exciting day as we'll begin the trek for Kedarnath. On reaching attend the Aarti and stay at Kedarnath hotel

Kedarnath, settled around 221 km from Rishikesh, is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Lying against the setting of the heavenly Kedarnath go, at the height of 3 km, the breathtaking Kedarnath sanctuary is wrapped by the forcing snow hung crests. The temple was developed by AdiShankaracharya in the eighth century A.D. The falling MandakiniRiver, and the pictures of verdant scenes and snow hung the Himalayas make Kedarnath a serene place.

Day 4

Kedarnath – Sonprayag– Rudraprayag

After the fun of trekking and worshipping at Kedarnath; trek down to our last spot Sonprayag and move towards the next place Rudraprayag. Overnight stay at the hotel in Rudraprayag.

Day 5

Rudraprayag– Badrinath

Early morning drive to Badrinath. Upon visit, check in and get settled in. Mana Village, ByasGufa, BheemPul.Saraswati River, Ganesh Temple and last but not the least Aarti at Sri Badrinath Temple, are all the spots which will be covered in the day. Overnight Stay at Badrinath.

BadrinathDham is a lofty sight and also the most critical of all the Char Dhams. Lakhs of vacationer come each year to this sacrosanct Badrinath town to look for favours and to get a look at the well-known sanctuary of Shri Badrinathji. Badrinath is the main Shrine which is a piece of both Chota Char Dham and India Char Dham. Badrinath is one among four journey focuses in four corners of India.

Mana Town:

Mana town is found Chamoli locale of Uttarakhand. Its height 3200 meters approx. Furthermore, Surely it is the last town and its 24kms far from the fringe of India and China.

BheemPul:

Mana Village has the acclaimed BheemPul arranged inverse the Vyas Gufa close Badrinath. It is a native stone extension over the holy Saraswati River. As per Hindu folklore, this was the place from where the Pandavas began their adventure to the paradise called Swargarohini. Amid this excursion, Draupadi was not able to cross the stream then Beema lifted a great shake and set it between the chasm. Later on, it was known as BheemPul.

Vyas Gufa:

A small cave in Mana which is named Vyas Gufa and it is trusted that Maharshi Vyas made Mahabharatha in this cave. One more give in is called Ganesh Gufa, and voyagers visit the two gives infrequently.

NaradKund:

NaradKund is a break in the Alaknanda River and is protected by a stone with anticipating edges which keeps the stream of the water momentum. It is trusted that Narad Muni composed Narad Bhakti Sutra at NaradKund and this is the reason the lake was named NaradKund.

Tapt Kund:

Accepted to be the home of Lord Agni, Tapt Kund is a characteristic high temp water spring at 45 degrees Celsius over the Alaknanda waterway bank where guests scrub down. The water of the kund is accepted to have therapeutic properties.

Day 6

Badrinath – Rudraprayag (158 km)

After worshipping at Badrinath, we'll leave for Rudraprayag. Rudranath and Chamunda Devi, Koteshwar Temple are the temple that we'll be visiting.

Day 7

Rudraprayag - Rishikesh (133 km)

Leave to Rishikesh in the early morning after having breakfast. Visit LaxmanJhoola upon arrival and overnight stay at Rishikesh.

Rishikesh, the origination of Yoga is a city in India's northern province of Uttarakhand, in the Himalayan foothills adjacent to the Ganges River. The stream is viewed as sacred, and the town is eminent as an inside for contemplating yoga and reflection. Sanctuaries and ashrams line the eastern bank around Swarg Ashram, a movement free, liquor free and veggie lover enclave upstream from Rishikesh town. Today it styles itself as the 'Yoga Capital of the World', with masses of ashrams and a wide range of yoga and reflection classes.

Day 8

Rishikesh - Delhi (225 km)

Drive to Delhi and then departure from Airport or Railway Stations.

Private Tour with Private AC Car.

Car, driver and fuel cost

Monuments Entrace Ticket

Sightseeing by car in the destination city

Tour Guide Service.

Lunch at Restaurant.

All Taxes

Tips / Gratuities to guide and driver.

Any Alcohol, Wine, Beer.

Any Video Camera Fee.

Lunch and Dinner.