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    CHARDHAM YATRA Once in a life time…

    CHARDHAM YATRA Once in a life time…
    CHARDHAM YATRA Once in a life time…

    Tours highlights

    • Yamunotri Temple
    • Gangotri Temple
    • Kedarnath Temple
    • Badrinath Temple
    • Mana Village
    • Triveni Ghat

    PAckage Details

    Day 1
    Arrive Dehradun – Janki Chatti (7 h 30 m)

    Arrive at Dehradun airport & transfer to Janki Chatti. Lunch will be served enroute. Reach by late evening & check in hotel. Night stay at hotel, Janki Chatti.

    Day 2
    Janki Chatti – Yamunotri – Janki Chatti

    Early morning trek start from Janki Chatti. Either by walk /by horse / by doli (payable directly) Arrive at Yamunotri, situated at 3291mtr. Visit Yamunotri temple which is reconstructed by Maharani of Jaipur Gularia Devi in the 19th century. This temple is dedicated to goddess Yamuna. Lunch will be served in local dhaba. Return to the Janki Chatti for dinner & night stay.

    Day 3
    Janki Chatti – Harshil (9 hrs)

    After breakfast check out & drive to Harshil. Enroute visit Kashi Vishwanath temple at Uttarkashi, which is oldest Shiv temple. Reach for lunch & check in hotel. Dinner & night stay at hotel, Harshil.

    Day 4
    Harshil – Gangotri – Uttarkashi

    Early morning with packed breakfast drive to Gangotri. Enroute at Gangnani take a holy dip in Garam kund (optional) On arrival at Gangotri, take a holy dip in the sacred river Ganges which also called Bhagirathi at its origin Lunch will be served in local dhaba. Relax for some time in the beautiful surrounding nature. Later drive to Uttarkashi. Reach & check in hotel. Dinner & night stay.

    Day 5
    Uttarkashi – Sersi (9 hrs)

    After breakfast check out & transfer to Sersi. Lunch will be served enroute. Reach hotel by late evening & check in. Dinner & night stay at hotel, Sersi. 

    Day 6
    Sersi - Kedarnath (by helicopter)

    Early morning, with packed breakfast proceed to the helipad to board the Helicopter for Kedarnath. There is a walk of 1.5 kms approximately from the helipad to temple. Visit Kedarnath temple – is a Hindu temple dedicated to the God Shiva at an altitude of 3580mtrs. Kedarnath temple is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. Visit Adi Shankaracharya Statue. Lunch served in local dhaba. Thereafter check in guest house. Dinner will be served in local dhaba. Night stay near Kedarnath Temple.  

    Day 7
    Kedarnath – Sersi (by helicopter)

    Early morning, proceed to the helipad for return journey with the same helicopter service. Reach & re check in hotel. Lunch, rest & fresh up. Dinner & night stay at hotel, Sersi.

    Day 8
    Sersi – Badrinath (9 hrs)

    After breakfast check out & transfer to Badrinath. Lunch will be served enroute. Reach by late evening & check in hotel. Dinner & night stay at hotel, Badrinath.

    Day 9
    Badrinath - Mana – Badrinath

    After breakfast check out & proceed to visit Badrinath temple dedicated to God Vishnu, who is worshipped as Badrinath. Thereafter visit first village on Indo-Tibet border. As per Hindu mythology it’s believed that Pandavas had passed through Mana during their journey to Heaven. There’s a famous stone bridge created by Bheem which is known as ‘Bheem pul’ on Saraswati River. Lunch served in local dhaba. Return to hotel & relax. Dinner & night stay at hotel, Badrinath.

    Day 10
    Badrinath – Rudraprayag (6 hrs)

    After breakfast check out & transfer to Rudraprayag. Visit River Mandakini & Alaknanda sangam. Lunch will be served in local restaurant. Reach & check in hotel. Dinner & night stay at hotel.

    Day 11
    Rudraprayag – Rishikesh (5 h 30 m)

    After breakfast check out & transfer to Rishikesh. Reach hotel for lunch & check in. Evening visit Triveni ghat, Maha-Aarti is performed here every day. Return to hotel for night stay, Rishikesh.

    Day 12
    Rishikesh – Dehradun airport

    After breakfast check out & transfer to Dehradun airport to board flight for return journey.

    Tour Cost excluding Train / Airfare:

    Travel with non ac SUV’s

    • Cost for per person: Rs.75500/-
    • Third person sharing room: Rs.65500/-
    • Single Supplement: Rs.25500/-

    Travel with non ac Tempo Traveler

    • Cost for per person: Rs.64500/-
    • Third person sharing room: Rs.54500/-
    • Single Supplement: Rs.24000/-

    Travel Date:

    • October: 13th to 24th

    Cost Includes:

    • Stay at above mentioned places at hotels with twin / triple / single share basis.
    • All Meals veg/ non veg as per the itinerary.
    • All transfers will be by non ac SUV / Tempo Traveler.
    • Entry fees for the sightseeing as per itinerary.
    • Bottled water throughout the journey.
    • Yatra permit.
    • Dry snacks for the tour.
    • Services of a Tour Manager throughout the journey from Avenues.

    Cost Excludes:

    • Any Train/Airfare.
    • Helicopter tickets during Yatra.
    • Any food item not part of the group menu.
    • Any personal expenses like Shopping etc.
    • Anything specifically not mentioned in ‘Cost Includes’
    • GST 5%

    Payment Schedule:

    • 70% Payment at the time of booking.
    • 30% balance payment 30 days before tour departure.
    • Train fare / Airfare at actual.

    Cancellation Charges:

    • In case of any cancellation, passenger has to inform in writing to the office via email/ letter only along with receipt of all payments made.
    • 30% of the amount will be refunded via a credit note valid for 01 year.
    • No refund if cancelled 30 days prior to departure.
    • GST 5% is non-refundable.
    • Airfare cancellation will be as per Airline policy.


    • On tour Guests are required to carry Original Photo ID proof (Any 01) i.e Driving License/ Voter’s ID/ Aadhaar Card along with them. Pan card is not accepted.
    • This is not a developed area & we may not get the best facilities in a hotel room.
    • Meal plan (B.L.D) Breakfast, lunch & dinner as per mentioned in the itinerary.
    • Lunch, during travel will be at local dhabas, so there will be simple but fresh menu.
    • Check in & check out time is as per hotel / resort policy.
    • Functioning of Helicopter ride is subject to current weather conditions. Any delays or changes in the timing or operating is beyond our control & we are not responsible towards you
    • Any guest who wants to reserve the front seat for the entire journey, Rs.10000/- extra will have to be paid at time of booking.
    • In case of any detour required owing to any road closure/ natural calamities, there would be additional charges which have to paid on tour in cash.
    • Any cost arising due to natural calamities / Political disturbances / National Security Reasons / Flight schedule change / COVID-19 Guidelines will have to borne directly.
    • Above cost is valid for Indian nationals only.
    • Any serious medical condition has to be declared to Avenues Around The World office staff at the time of booking the trip. If you fail to do so we are not responsible for any undue situations
    • For NRI & Foreign National Guests along with Passport, Valid Indian Visa/ OCI Card/ PIO Card is mandatory.
    • For detailed Information about weather kindly visit accuweather.com
    • All sightseeing mentioned is subject to it being operational.
    • Tour operator reserves the right to change the itinerary as per current situation. 

    Stays with deluxe hotels

    SUVs / Tempo Traveler

    Yamunotri Dham –  it is situated at an altitude of 3293mtr in the Garhwal Himalayas. River Yamuna, the second most sacred river of India, originated in Yamunotri. Goddess Yamuna is form of black marble idol & goddess Ganga is form in white stone marble, by the side of Yamuna.
    Yamuna is daughter of Sun & twin sister of Yama (the god of death) The holy abode of Goddess Yamuna is situated near the foot of Kalind Parbat (peak) and on a side of Banderpoonch Parbat. Yamunotri temple is believed to be constructed by the king of Tehri, Naresh Sudarshan Shah in 1839. One of the Chota Char Dham.

    Gangotri Dham –  it is situated at an altitude of 3100mtr. Gangotri, the origin of the Gomukh, set in the Gangotri Glacier. After the originated from Gomukh, the river is known as Bhagirathi & it acquires the name ‘Ganga’ after the river Alaknanda merges near at Devprayag.

    Kedarnath – One of the most revered temple destinations of India, Kedarnath town is nestled in the mighty Garhwal Himalayas. The town, built around the revered Kedarnath temple, is located at an altitude of 3,580 m, near Chorabari glacier, which is the source of the Mandakini river. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the ancient temple has exquisite architecture and is built of extremely large but evenly shaped grey stone slabs. A conical rock formation inside the temple is worshipped as Lord Shiva in his “Sadashiva” form.  The Kedarnath temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is a part of Char dham pilgrimage circuit, and is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva in India. Behind the Kedarnath temple, stand the Kedarnath peak, Kedar Dome and other Himalayan peaks.
    The historical name of this region is “Kedar Khand” and legend says, the Pandavas from the epic Mahabharata, after having defeated the Kauravas, felt guilty of having killed so many people and sought the blessings of Lord Shiva for redemption. The Lord eluded them repeatedly and took refuge at Kedarnath in the form of a bull. The Lord dived into the ground, leaving his hump on the surface at Kedarnath. The remaining portions of Lord Shiva appeared at four other places and are worshipped there as his manifestations. The arms of the Lord appeared at Tungnath, the face at Rudranath, the belly at Madmaheshwar and his locks (hair) at Kalpeshwar. The Kedarnath and four above mentioned shrines make the revered Panch Kedar.
    From May to October is the best time to visit Kedarnath. During winter months, the town remains closed due to heavy snowfall.

    Badrinath – Among the most prominent Hindu religious sites, Vishal Badri or Badrinath is situated in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, at a height of 3,133 m. It lies between the Nar and the Narayan mountains and is said to be the abode of Lord Vishnu. It is said that the temple was built in the 8th century by Adi Shankaracharya. Later, it was developed and renovated by various kings and dynasties, including the Holkars and the Scindias. The temple is one of the four Char Dhams (four important pilgrimages) in the state.
    Panch Badri circuit is a combination of temples and religious spots that are dedicated to Lord Vishnu. In Badri kshetra – the region starting from Satopanth about 24 km above Badrinath extending to Nandprayag in the south, there are five temples in this circuit: Vishal Badri or Badrinath the most well-known temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Yogdhyan Badri, Bhavishya Badri, Vridha Badri and Adi Badri.

    Haridwar – One of the holiest pilgrimages in India, Haridwar, or the ‘gateway to gods’, is located where Ganga, the sacredest of all Indian rivers, enters the Indo-Gangetic plains. Located at the foothills of the Himalayas, Haridwar is a city of temples and ashrams and its pious ambience envelops everyone. Haridwar is one of the four holy Indian cities that host the Kumbh Mela, a pious gathering of millions of Hindu devotees every 12 years. The Ardh Kumbh is organised here every six years. It also hosts the Kanwar mela every year during the rainy season. The ‘Panch Tirth’ or the five pilgrimages located within the periphery of Haridwar, are Gangadwara (Har Ki Pauri), Kushwart (Ghat), Kankhal, Bilwa Tirtha (Mansa Devi Temple) and Neel Parvat (Chandi Devi). Haridwar serves as the gateway to the Char Dham of Uttarakhand as well.  An ancient city, Haridwar’s roots are steeped deep in culture and traditions of the ancient Vedic times, and there are several institutions here imparting traditional knowledge of wellness. If you want to know more and experience the ancient methods of healing, there are many certified Ayurvedic clinics in Haridwar that you can visit. Ashrams also offer sessions in Ayurveda, meditation and yoga. Every morning and evening, the ghats (stepped banks of a river) of River Ganga witnesses the blissful Ganga aarti, which attracts devotees and tourists. The evening ritual being more popular, it makes for a mesmeric sight to see the river being venerated with loud and rhythmic chants and tall lamps, their lights lightening up the darkening waters. It is a spectacular sight as thousands of small diyas (earthen lamps) are set afloat on the river.

    Rishikesh – is commonly referred to as the’yoga capital of the world’
    Triveni Ghat: is biggest bathing ghat in Rishikesh. Situated near the main market this ghat has mesmerizing view of mountain and river. The reason for the name is it is believed that this is conference of 03 rivers Ganges, Yamuna and legendary Saraswati. Due to the conference this ghat is great place to take a bath. Ghat is structure of steps where people can acess river for holy bath. Everyday Ganges ceremony (Ganga Aarti) is organized at ghat in evening.
    Laxman Jhula: Big iron suspension bridge on the river Ganges which is 4.5 kms far from Rishikesh. It is believed that Lakshman (Brother of lord Ram) crossed the river here by jute rope. Current bridge is built in 1929 in when the old bridge (1989 built) was damaged in flood. Laskman Jhula is popular in tourist for shopping and other activites such as rafting. Both side of the bridge has so many different shops with interesting things to buy. Lakshman temple and Tera Manzil Temple is also situated here.
    Ram Jhula: Suspension bridge similar to the Laxman Jhula between Sivananda Ashram and Swarg Ashram is known as Ram Jhula or Sivananda Jhula. Boat is also available here on sharing basis to cross the river. So many shops are available on the both side of bridge for shopping.