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Kedarnath Badrinath Do Dham Yatra by Helicopter | Book 6 days/5 nights Kedarnath Badrinath tour package from Haridwar | GangotriTravels
In Uttarakhand, India, Kedarnath and Badrinath are two of the most important Hindu pilgrimage sites. Visit famous temples and tourist destinations in Uttarakhand with our Do Dham packages. This tour package offers an opportunity to explore the Hindu Dhams of Lord Shiva and Vishnu over a period of 06 Days/05 Nights. A temple dedicated to Lord Shiv can be found at Kedarnath. In addition to being the holiest Hindu place in the world, Badrinath Dham is dedicated to Bhagwaan Vishnu. According to Hinduism, Vishnu Ji is the supreme power and ruler of the universe. Alaknanda River flows through Badrinath Dham.
On GangotriTravels, you can book a budget-friendly 06 Days/05 Nights Kedarnath and Badrinath Dham yatra tour package. You can get discounts and benefits when you book a Kedarnath and Badrinath Do Dham yatra. Do Dham Yatra from Haridwar is the perfect gift for your family and friends. Our tour packages include visits to the Valley of Flowers, Rudraprayag, Joshimath, Guptkashi, Rishikesh, and Haridwar at affordable prices.
Per Person Price:
₹ 15000/- ₹ 12000/-
Duration: 6Days/5 Nights
Drive 206 Km
Haridwar is the starting point of your Badrinath Kedarnath tour package. After arriving at Haridwar, proceed to Guptkashi. As soon as you arrive, check into your hotel and settle in. Make sure you get a medical check-up before you depart for Kedarnath the next day. After dinner, check into your hotel for the night.
Breakfast is served this morning, followed by check-out from the hotel and a drive to Gaurikund, the base for the trek to Kedarnath. Kedarnath can be reached by hiring a palki, riding a horse, or trekking alone. Kedarnath can be described as a paradise due to its striking mountains, lush streams, picturesque forest, and continuous chants of Jai Bholenath. Check-in at Government camps or cottages is the first step after arriving. Enjoy a comfortable stay at the camp as well as a delicious dinner.
Drive 35 Km
After taking a bath, head to the Kedarnath shrine on the third day of your Badrinath Kedarnath tour. The ritual of worshipping Lord Shiva is called 'Abhishekam'. The shrine is a place where you can pray sincere prayers and receive the blessings of Lord Shiva. blessings of Lord Shiva. Pack your luggage once all darshans have been completed. From Kedarnath to Gaurikund, begin your return trek. Upon reaching Guptkashi, continue on your journey. Once you reach your hotel, take a shower, eat dinner, and go to sleep.
Drive 190 Km
At 8:00 am, check out of the hotel and depart for Badrinath via Joshimath. You should check into a hotel upon arrival in Badrinath and have some light snacks. Following that, you visit the Badrinath shrine in the evening. The first step is to take a bath in the divine Tapt Kund, a hot water spring. Lord Vishnu is revered at Badrinath, one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage sites. There is a black stone statue of Badrinarayan in the form of Lord Vishnu inside the temple, whose height is around 15 meters. Dinner and overnight are followed by a trip back to your hotel.
Drive 165 Km
Badrinath is the destination for the fifth of your Divine Do Dham Yatra. Once you have completed your puja and darshan, you can return to the hotel for breakfast, and then you can explore Badrinath on your own. There is a village called Mana, a temple called Ganesh Gufa, a temple called Mata Murti, and a temple called Vyas Gufa. As you travel back to Rudraprayag via Karanprayag in the afternoon, you will stop at some temples along the way. Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers are known as holy rivers in Rudraprayag. When you reach Rudraprayag, check into your pre-booked hotel and relax. You can choose to spend the remainder of the day in the hotel room or visit the major attractions of the city. As a final step, have dinner at the hotel and then go to sleep.
Drive 160 Km
Get up early today and head to Rishikesh immediately. There are many ashrams and yoga centres in Rishikesh, which is a sacred city. Once you arrive in Rishikesh, you should visit the two hanging bridges, Ram Jhula and Laxman Jhula. Your next stop is Haridwar railway station, where you will travel to your destination.