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Nestled among the serene heights of the great Himalayas are four pilgrim-destinations namely Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath, known collectively as Char Dham. Traditionally, the pilgrimage is begins from West and ends in the East. Thus, the Char Dham Yatra commences from Yamunotri, then proceeding to Gangotri and finally to Kedarnath and Badrinath. In accordance with the Hindu conventions, thousands of devotees take up this pious pilgrimage in the hope to experience bliss and successfully purge their souls of all worldly demons.


Each of these four sites is devoted to a specific deity. Yamunotri is dedicated to the Goddess Yamuna who goes along the pilgrims to the high altitudes of the picturesque Rawai Valley. Yamunotri stands high up in the deep left on the western face of the Bunderpunch Peak. The most sacred area of Yamunotri is a dark rock from where the hot springs emerge, called the Divya Shila. Here at the origin of the Yamuna pilgrims offer their first prayer. It is believed that a bath in the waters of the Yamuna protects the devotee from untimely death that could hinder one’s chances of achieving eternal emancipation.


Gangotri is dedicated to the Goddess Ganga. The shrine overlooks the River Bhagirathi, another name of River Ganga - the name having been derived from the myth of the ancient King Bhagirath’s penance that succeeded in bringing her upon the earth from the heavens. It is said that King Bhagirath meditated here in Gangotri on a rock called Bhagirath Shila, near the temple.


Kedarnath is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is also a part of the Panch Kedar. It is the northernmost Jyotirlinga and is close to the source of the holy River Mandakini. Adi Shankaracharya is said to have attained Samadhi at very young age adjacent to the Kedarnath Temple.


Set against the awe-inspiring backdrop of the Neelkanth Peak between the Nar and Narayan mountains, Badrinath is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is situated on the bank of the River Alaknanda at an altitude of 3133 meters. According to legend, Lord Vishnu meditated here while his consort Lakshmi took the form of a berry (badri) tree to offer him shade.


Before embarking on this journey, one has to be prepared to experience physical and mental hardships on the Himalayan roads. The Char Dham Yatra is one of the quite accessible yet most arduous journeys. The Yatra route in the state is usually bustling with activity, especially during the summer. The scenic beauty of the mountains solemnly provides strength to the pilgrims, moving towards their destination.


Day 1
Early morning at 0630 AM leave Dehradun for Kharsali Time taken 30 min Arrive Kharsali and leave for Yamunotri situated at a distance of 6 km by palki dandi Time taken is 5 to 6 hrs We leave Kharsali for Harsil around 1 pm and arrive at Harsil in about 30 min Upon arrival at Harsil you are transferred to Gangotri by carjeep Gangotri is situated at a distance of 25 km from Harsil After Darshan you are transferred back to Harsil for Overnight stay
Day 2
After early breakfast leave Harsil for Kedarnath at 0700am Arrive Kedarnath by 0800aamHere the temple is at a walking distance At 10am fly for Badrinath The flying time is 30 min approx Arrive Badrinath and proceed to the temple for darshan After lunch transfer to helipad to board flight for Dehradun

Price Includes:

    • Assistance in Darshan at all temples.
    • Night stay at Harsil on twin sharing basis.
    • 02 Lunches, 01 Dinner and 01 Breakfast.
    • Vehicle at Harsil and Badrinath.
    • Palki at Yamunotri.

Price Excludes:

Important Terms:

    • The helicopter will carry 4 passengers at a time.
    • Only 5 Kg baggage per passenger will be permitted. Passengers are advised not to carry big suitcases as there is very small baggage space inside helicopter.
    • Children above the age of 2 years will be considered full ticket.
    • The booking has to be done in advance with a deposit of 50% of the charter amount.
    • In case the journey is not finished within the stipulated time and passengers are not able to visit one or more dhams due to bad weather conditions/technical reasons then the company will try to visit all places within the stipulated time. Although if this is not possible then the liability of the company will be limited to refund of unutilized sector/s.

Cancellation Policy:



    • 45 or more days before departure: Rs 25% per person.
    • 30 days before departure: 50% of total amount.
    • Less than 30 days before departure: 100% of the total amount.


    • Hotels can be change without prior notice or Depends on distance covered by vehicle.
    • May be you have to start your journey early in the morning cause of same day Darshan.
    • Early journey may become cause of breakfast loss.
    • We charged only for 10 Night accommodation, Extra night due to any reason will be on direct payment basis.
    • In case of Helicopter Darshan guest have to stay in Guptakashi or nearby places.
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