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Uttarkhand Travel Package Online - Chardham Yatra

Tour Details

 Durations : 11 Night / 12 Days

  • 1 Night Haridwar
  • 2 Night Kund
  • 1 Night Kedarnath
  • 2 Night Barkot
  • 1 Night Jayalgarh
  • 2 Night Joshimath
  • 2 Night Harsil
It's time to connect with your inner self as we take you on this exciting pilgrimage through the lofty mountains of Uttarakhand, which is also referred to as Dev Bhoomi - The land of Gods. Joshimath, Guptakashi and Kedarnath are just a few of the sacred places that are covered in this exciting tour which also includes adventurous treks and sightseeing at some of the most scenic locations in Uttarakhand. If you are looking for a pilgrimage tour which packs in a whole lot of fun and adventure, it doesn't get any better than this!
 Tour Itinerary
Day 1:
Once in Haridwar, attend evening Ganga Arti at the famous Har Ki Pauri. Then arrive at Hotel Hari Heritage to a warm welcome. Enjoy dinner & stay over for the night.
Meals: Dinner
Day 2:
After breakfast, take a short walk in the jungle during which you visit the Sursingdhar Devta Temple and Suri Devi temple. Return to the lodge for breakfast and then depart for Barkot. Overnight stay at Himalayan Eco Lodge & Camps.
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 3:
Early morning, drive 45 kms to Jankichatti and begin the walk to Yamunotri which is 5 kms away. At Yamunotri, darshan at the temple and one can also have a dip in the warm waters of the Jamnabhai Kund and visit the Divya Shila pillar. In the afternoon, walk back to Jankichatti and drive back to Barkot. Overnight stay at Himalayan Eco Lodge & Camps.
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 4:
Early morning departure for Harsil. Enroute stopover at Uttarkashi to visit the Kashi Vishwanath temple here. Continue the drive to Harsil and here check into the HIMALAYAN ECO LODGE & CAMPS. Harsil is a beautiful hamlet located at an altitude of 9000 ft. There are a number of beautiful trails that surround this area where one could set off on invigorating walks.
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 5:
Post breakfast, drive to Gangotri. The drive would take about 1 hr and you would drive along the Bhagirathi river and pass through dense forests. Once at Gangotri, go for the darshan in the main temple and later visit a few important sites like the Bhairav Nath temple, Pandava Gufa, Surya Kund waterfalls, etc. Towards evening head back towards Harsil. After a warm dinner, sleep comfortbaly in HIMALAYAN ECO LODGE & CAMPS for the night.
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 6:
After breakfast this morning, drive to Kund. Once in Kund relax in the scenic surrounding with the River Mandakini flowing by and the Kedar peak in the distance. In the evening, visit the Ukhimath temple, the winter seat of the Kedarnath deity, and then return to the lodge for overnight stay. Overnight in the HIMALAYAN ECO LODGE & CAMPS.
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 7:
After early breakfast, depart for Gaurikund. This drive would take a couple of hours as you gain altitude and come to the base of Kedarnath at Gaurikund from where you would start your trek for the temple. The trek is for 14 kms and would take 4-5 hrs to complete. Once at Kedarnath, head to the temple for the aarti and return to check into your guesthouse for the night. Stay overnight in your guesthouse..
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 8:
In the morning, head to the temple for another darshan and post breakfast, start walking back to Gaurikund. On reaching Gaurikund, drive back to Kund. Depending on the time available visit the Narayankoti temple complex, Guptakashi temple and Kalimath. Once in the lodge, relax the tired muscles by a crackling bonfire followed by dinner and retire to your tents. Stay overnight in the HIMALAYAN ECO LODGE & CAMPS.
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 9:
After an early breakfast, begin the drive to Joshimath. Enroute, stopover at Chopta and here enjoy for some time in the bugyals (high altitude meadows). You also get wonderful views of the snow clad Himalayan peaks from here. For those interested, you can take a trek to the Tungnath temple (the highest Shiva shrine in the world) and later continue to Joshimath. Enroute visit the Gopinath temple at Gopeshwar. Arrive in Joshimath by the evening and you could head off to the Narsing Devta temple (winter seat of the Badrinath deity) temple for darshan. Stay in the HIMALAYAN ECO LODGE & CAMPS overnight.
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 10:
Post breakfast, drive up to Badrinath. In Badrinath also visit the Tapt Kund, Narayan Kund, Mata Murty temple, Bhim Pul, etc. and also visit Mana village (the last temple on the Indian border). In Mana, you can shop for some local handicrafts and handmade woollen items. You can also take a walk to the thundering Vasundhara Falls. Later in the afternoon, head back to Joshimath. Overnight in the HIMALAYAN ECO LODGE & CAMPS.
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 11:
Early breakfast and depart for GIO's riverside camp, Camp High 5 in Jayalgarh. Enroute stopover at Rudraprayag to see the confluence of the Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers. This camp is located on the banks of the River Alaknanda and is a perfect location to end your trip. On this day you could relax on the banks of the river or visit the Chandrabadni temple that is located a couple of hours away. For those who are interested, you could do an exciting rafting trip on the Alaknanda (optional) to make your trip more memorable. In the night, bonfire and dinner by the riverside. Stay in the HIMALAYAN ECO LODGE & CAMPS overnight.
Meals: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner
Day 12:
Post early breakfast, proceed to Delhi. Trip ends here.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
 Package Price
Rs. 28,799/- *
USD 547.314/- *
EUR 414.250/- *
GBP 338.897/- *
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Haridwar is the holy city where the holy river Ganges or Ganga descends from mountains of Gangotri glacier. Literally meaning Gateway to God, Haridwar is the one of the holiest places to Hindus, especially for Har ki Paudi (meaning 'footsteps of the lord') where drops of Amrit(Nectar) fell accidentally. The spiritual cleansing offered by Ganga ghat in Haridwar attracts many Indians and foreigners to seek solace and also to get one with its culture. The evening aarti at Har ki Paudi spellbinds thousands of visitors with gongs, drums, chanting of priests, and sound from conch shells.

Kedarnath is one of the four Char Dham sites of India located in Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand. One of the most important Hindu pilgrimage spot, Kedarnath draws thousands of pilgrims every year. Situated at an elevation of about 3,584 metres above sea level, Kedarnath is the most remote Char Dham site but it doesn't matter much for devotees. Keeping aside the climatic difficulties and tough trek routes, Hindus flock the town in large numbers. Besides being a holy town for Hindus, Kedarnath is noted for its charming natural beauty that amazes nature lovers and discerning tourists a lot. With its picture-perfect location near the origin of Mandakini River and surroundings snow-covered peaks, Kedarnath offers an excellent opportunity to enjoy a relaxing vacation combined with thrilling leisure activities. Kedarnath also makes a wonderful base for trekking expedition to verdant forests, crystal clear water-bodies especially glaciers and other picturesque spots.

A beautiful hill town in the Uttarkashi District in Uttarakhand, Barkot is one of the important halts in the Char Dham Yatra. Besides its religious importance, Barkot is beautiful, with fruit orchards, gushing rivers and verdant valleys. Enjoy the beauty of the Himalayas in its uninterrupted and most pure forms.

Joshimath is a beautiful hill town and an important pilgrim centre. The Narsimha Temple located here is about 1200 years old. Dedicated to Vishnu, the presiding deity of the temple is Narsimha, the half-man, half-lion and fourth incarnation of Vishnu. Besides the temple, the surroundings of Joshimath is picturesque with stunning valleys, lush green slopes and unparalleled splendour.

A beautiful small town nestled in the Kumaon region, Harsil is the ideal getaway for a serene and quiet holiday. An unexplored mountain retreat, at Harsil, you will be treated to uninterrupted views of the Himalayas, green valleys and sleepy meadows. You will open your eyes with the chirping of birds, feel elated at the sight of aromatic wild flowers and relax watching the crimson rays of the sun paint this little hamlet with its own hues.

 Package Inclusion
  • Traditional welcome with welcome drink on arrival at the camps
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • Air Conditioned transportation (except high hills) on sharing basis Ex - Delhi
  • All vegetarian / Jain Meals as per the itinerary
  • Bed Tea at the Camps
  • Evening Tea/ Coffee with cookies at the Deluxe Camps
  • Visit to Kashi Vishwanath Temple
  • Guided walk to the Ukhimath temple in Kund
  • Evening bonfire (where ever possible)
  • River rafting at the Jayalgarh camps
  • Special riverside Aarti at Alaknanda river in Jayalgarh
  • All currently applicable taxes (Except GST)
 Terms and Conditions
  • Rates applicable on twin sharing when 10 people are travelling together
  • Per person rates (in Rs.) - applicable on 2 persons staying together sharing the same room
  • Service Tax extra (as applicable)
  • Transportation as per itinerary only (not available at disposal)
  • The package does not include guide services. These can be availed at an additional cost
  • Package rates are subject to change without prior notice
  • Meal plan: EP - Accommodation only, CP - Accommodation with breakfast, MAP - Accommodation with breakfast, lunch or dinner, AP - Accommodation with breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • The package can not be combined with any other offer
  • In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel
  • The above package is not valid during national holidays, festivals & long weekends
  • RIGHT TRAVELS (Pvt) Ltd reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer any time at its own discretion and without any prior notice
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.

Destination Information

UTTARKHAND formerly Uttaranchal, is state in the northern part of India. It is often referred to as the Land of Gods due to the many holy Hindu temples and cities found throughout the state, some of which are among Hinduism's most spiritual and auspicious places of pilgrimage and worship. Known for its natural beauty and wealth of the Himalayas, the Bhabhar and the Terai, the state was carved out of the Himalayan and adjoining north-western districts of Uttar Pradesh on 9 November 2000, becoming the 27th state of the Republic of India. It borders the Tibet Autonomous Region on the north, Nepal on the east and the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh to the south, Haryana to the west and Himachal Pradesh to the northwest.

The region is traditionally referred to as Uttarakhand in Hindu scriptures and old literature, a term, which derives from Sanskrit uttara meaning north, and kha meaning country or part of a country.

Religion of Uttarakhand people varies from region to region. The people of Uttarakhand follow various religions. These include Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism and Christianity among the prominent ones.
Uttarakhand population is mainly comprised of Hindus thereby making Hinduism the most important religion. Hinduism is the largely widespread religion in Uttarakhand with around 72.12 lakh followers. Most of the Hindus can be traced in the inner Garhwals.

Another religion at Uttarakhand, which has many followers, is the Islam. You can trace large number of Muslims in Uttarakhand. Islam religion at Uttarakhand has 10.12 lakh followers, which is comparison to Hindus is a small number but still is the second highest religion in Uttarakhand to be followed.

After Islam, Sikhism is the dominating religion in Uttarakhand with 2.12 lakh Sikhs adding to the population. Uttarakhand has many gurudwaras where the Sikhs offer prayers. Most of the Sikhs are situated in the Terrai region.

Christianity follows Sikhism as this religion at Uttarakhand has 27 thousand followers. Christians are very low in number at Uttarakhand as the place was not the dwellings of Britishers and hence Christianity could not spread much of its root into this state.

Uttarakhand's close proximity to Laddakh and other Himalayan areas has led down the way for Buddhism to spread its wing across the state. This religion of people at Uttarakhand has 13 thousand followers.
Next to Buddhism is Jainism, which has nine thousand followers. This religion of people in Uttarakhand in which they worship Lord Mahavira does not find too much fan following in the Himalayan state.

The other religion in Uttarakhand comprises only 4 thousand people. These religions are followed by the local tribes, which are situated in the deep rural areas of Uttarakhand. These religions of Uttarakhand are too many in number but do not have many followers.

The culture of Uttarakhand shows a distinctive pattern, with the elements from each of the ethnic groups and sub-groups that resides in this place. It can be said that the culture of Uttarakhand is a juncture where the different cultures of the Kumaoni-Garhwal meet.

Talking about the culture of Uttarakhand, we can begin with the people of Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand houses seven different ethnic groups, having as many as seven different cultures. Some of the important ethnic groups that form a part of the culture of Uttarakhand are:
• Jaunsari.
• Bhotia.
• Buksha.
• Tharu.
• Raji.

In this context, it can be said that the people of Uttarakhand are also known as Garhwali or Kumaoni; some of them are also known as Paharis.

It is noteworthy that majority of the people in Uttarakhand are Hinuds, who exclusively belong to the upper class. These upper class that occupies major part in the culture of Uttarakhand, is divided into two Indo-Aryan groups, viz.:
• The original Khas tribes (that arrived in the hills in the Vedic Age), and
• Migrants from North-Central India (that settled in the Medieval Period).

Uttarakhand is a region that has some of the most majestic places, and also provides some outstanding natural beauty. It is a part of the Greater Himalayan ranges and is covered by beautiful Himalayan peaks and glaciers. Two very important and holy rivers of India, the Ganga and Yamuna start their journey from here. In this article, we provide you information about Uttarakhand weather.

Uttarakhand mainly has two different climatic regions, namely, the hilly terrain and the smaller plain region. So, the weather is also quite varied, depending on the particular place.

Summers, in most of the Uttarakhand are mostly pleasant, but some places do have hot climate. The temperatures, in places like Haridwar, Rishikesh, etc. can reach the 40 degrees Celsius mark. Coupled with humidity, this can be pretty uncomfortable. The summer season of Uttarakhand extends from April to June.

Winters in Uttarakhand are very cold, with many places receiving regular snowfalls. Temperature during the winter season ranges from sub zero to about 15 degrees Celsius. The winter season in Uttarakhand generally extends from October to February.

During the period of July to September, lies the monsoon season of Uttarakhand. The temperature ranges from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius at most of the places, during this time. . The state receives approximately 90% of its annual rainfall in this season. It is also one of the most pleasant seasons of Uttarakhand.

People of uttarakhand speak the dialect of Kumaoni (in the Kumaon area) and Garhwali (in Garhwal area). They are sometimes also sometimes also known as Pahari as they belong to central Paharai language group of the Himalayas. . Sankrit, central pahari, and sauraseni prakit influence most of the dialects. These dialects in term also influence the lingo of the neighboring areas of Himachal Pradesh, Nepal etc. Within each area people speak different dialects, which are influenced by the area where the people live. Some of the dialects spoken include:

  • Kumaon - Johari, Danpuriya, Askoti, Sirali, Gangola, Khasparjia, Phaldakoti, Pachhai, Rauchaubhaisi, Majh Kumaiya, Soryali, Chaugarkhyali, Kumaiya.
  • Garhwal - Jaunsari, Sailani in parts of Tehri, Marchi or Bhotia dialect, Jadhi in parts of uttarkashi.

Chainsoo is prepared by using black gram daal. Normally due to the high protein content in this daal it is difficult to digest. However it is said that the bad effect gets nullified by roasting. Similar preparation with slight variation is made out of black bhat (a varity of soyabeen), but in that case it is called bhatwani.
Pear and mango chutney
It is very tasty chutney with fruity taste, which goes very well both with main meal and snacks.
Kafuli is a thick gravy preparation made from green leafy vegetables. Kafuli made of Spinach leaves is the most common preparation.
In Garhwali, Jhol means very thin gravy. Jhol can be made out of tomatoes, potatoes and other tubers. On the other hand Jholi is gravy made out of curd. It is comparatively a much thicker jhol and similar to phanu in preparation.
Phanu is also made of dals (lentils) like chainsoo, but in this case the dals are soaked in water for about 4 to 6 hours before its use. A different variety of dals like- Gahat, Arhar or green Mung can be used to prepare Phanu.
Til ki Chutney
This chutney is mainly prepared during winters and is yummy with Tor ki daal n' Bhaat or with Gahat ke paranthe. It can also be used as a dip for various snacks.
Thechwani can be prepared using radish root (pahari mula having round root) or potatoes. The preparation is called by this name as the radish root or potato is never cut, but crushed (thinchao) into pieces.
Baadi is made from Kwada ka Aata (also known as Choon or Mandua flour and is black in color) Baadi is best eaten with Gahat ki dal or Phaanu.Hot Baadi and hot Phanu is very popular food in Uttaranchal.
During marriages and other family or religious functions certain traditional Garhwali dishes are prepared, the most important among them are Roat and Arsa, besides `urd ki pakori, pooris, kaddu ki bhujji and alu-tamatar ka jhol are the most common dishes made during these occasions and the festive seasons.

Uttarakhand - described by many as the land of the Gods, the abode of the towering Himalayas, a treasure house of exotic flora and fauna, an invigorating holiday retreat, and a paradise on earth - lures everyone from everywhere. Uttarakhand earlier known, as Uttaranchal is the holiest of all Hindu pilgrimage centers as the land is home to four great religious sites - Gangotri, Yamunotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. This apart, Uttarakhand boasts of pristine natural beauty, stately mountains, romantic glaciers and gurgling hill brooks, flower bedecked valleys, rare wild life and opportunities galore for adventure sports. Uttarakhand is neighbored by Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana and Nepal. Some closes destinations are prescribing here with:

  • CHAR DHAM and many more.
Uttarakhand is a veritable storehouse of a number of delightful tourist spots that include sacred pilgrimage sites, wildlife sanctuaries, mountainous landscapes, lush green valleys, grassy meadows, cascading waterfalls, gorgeous rivers, dense forests, bewitching hill stations and the majestic mystic Himalayas.
Tourists have lots of opportunities to lose themselves completely in Uttrakhand - be it wildlife, natural scenery, pilgrimage or adventure. Gangotri is an ideal place of tourist attraction as it is located at the base of the holy river Ganges. There is nothing to feel disappointed for the tourists who come to Uttrakhand. The only disappointment may be felt when they have to leave this heavenly abode created by the Gods.

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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 28,799/- *
USD 547.314/- *
EUR 414.250/- *
GBP 338.897/- *
Validity: Valid Upto July 31, 2012
(For location please contact OR Send Query)

Hotel Details

Star Category:
City: Haridwar
Hotel Godwin Haridwar, located on Rishikesh Road is a 5-star hotel that enjoys uncompromising location with all the tourist spots in close proximity and allows you the fun of being in the midst of all that this holy city has on offer yet maintaining the peacefulness and luxury of an ideal holiday. Hotel Godwin is where the age old Indian tradition of "Atithi Devo Bhava" meaning "Guest is God" is a way of life and where everyone is committed to taking guests to reverential heights.

Hotel Amenities:
Business centre | Conference hall | WiFi connectivity | Health club | Doctor on call | Babysitting | Handicap facility | Airport & railway station transfers | Laundry | Guide | Sightseeing services (chargeable basis)

Room Amenities:
119 Rooms | Executive, Premiere and Twin Queen Rooms and Presidential Suites |Air-conditioned rooms | Cable and satellite television | Intercom & direct dial telephones | Data port | WiFi Connectivity | Refrigerator | Kitchenette | Fruit basket | Tea & coffee maker | Sofa unit | Study table | Daily newspaper | Electronic safe | Fireplace | Room heater | Piped channel music | Bathrooms with toiletries | Bathtub | shower Hot & cold water supply

Recreational Amenities:
Swimming pool |Beach & pool beds | Lawns & gardens

Star Category:
City: Kund
The Himalayan Eco Lodge in Kund is located in the lush green Mandakini valley. The mystical waters cut through the valley as they proceed to get one with Alaknanda at Rudraprayag. Enjoy a view of the snow clad Kedar Peak, dotted with temples of Hindu history and mythology.

Besides the Kedarnath temple, there are a number of other temples like Tungnath (the highest Shiva shrine in the world), Madhyamaheshwar, Triyuginarayan, Guptkashi and Ukhimath.

Some other attractions, activities in and around Kund are Sightseeing, Bird Watching, Valley Crossing, Trekking, Rafting on Mandakini, Kayaking, Rock climbing, Rappelling etcetera.

Star Category:
City: Kedarnath

Star Category:
City: Joshimath

Star Category:
City: Harsil

Star Category:
City: Barkot

Star Category:
City: Jayalgarh

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