A holy pilgrimage yatra of char dham is one of the most pious and sacred journeys in India. People from far and wide make sure to complete this circuit with an aim of attaining moksha in their lives. A Chardham yatra from Indore tour package makes this holy journey accessible to people from all the corners of India. Available at the cheapest rates and best prices this tour package is curated keeping in mind the best interests of pilgrims.
- Scenic drive on the garhwal hills
- Sightseeing (if any)
- Darshan in all char dham temples
- Aarti experience
- Panch prayag visit en route
Tour Itinerary - Chardham Yatra Package from Indore
Day 1 :Indore – Delhi – Rishikesh (1,056 km / 20 h 31 min)
Upon your arrival at Indore out tour representative will transfer you to Delhi. Once you arrive in Delhi our tour representative will escort you to the railway station where you will be made to board the train heading towards Rishikesh, which leaves Delhi at 9:30 pm in night. This journey from Delhi to Rishikesh will be an overnight journey.
Day 2 :Rishikesh – Barkot (200 km / 7 hr)
You will be reaching the holy town of Rishikesh early in the morning, which is known for being the gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas. You will be made to enjoy a light breakfast before proceeding for a brief sightseeing tour of the city where you will be covering several places of interest like – Laxman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Geeta ashram, Sivananda ashram. Later on, you will be made to head towards Barkot which is situated at a distance of 6 hours. En route you will be made to briefly halt at the famous Kempty falls at Mussoorie. Upon your arrival in Barkot, you will be immediately checked in to your allotted hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 3 :Barkot – Yamunotri – Barkot (45 km Road / 6 km Trek)
It is believed that the Chardham yatra should take place in a clockwise direction. Your first Dham destination will be Yamunotri. You will be leaving for the Dham early in the morning and the earlier the better. You will be dropped at Janki Chatti from where your trekking to Yamunotri shrine will kickstart which is a 6 km of trekking journey. You can also hire a palki or a pony heading onwards to Yamunotri Dham. The charges of these alternative methods of transportation will be on you.
After the completion of your darshan, you will be headed back towards Janki Chatti and back to Barkot where you will be spending the night.
Day 4 :Barkot – Uttarkashi (90 km/4 hrs)
Post breakfast in the morning you will be made to proceed towards Uttarkashi from Barkot which is a road journey of 2 hours and 45 mines. En route you will be made to visit Prakateshwar Mahadev Mandir. Upon your arrival in Uttarkashi, you will be free to freshen up and visit two of the most highly revered temples here which were – Kashi Vishwanath and Shakti Mandir.
You will then be made to head back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 5 :Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Uttarkashi (100 km / 4hr)
Early in the morning, you will be made to visit the second Dham in your itinerary which is Gangotri. From Uttarkashi, you will be driven Till Harsil, which is an extremely scenic route. After a soulful darshan at the seat of Goddess Ganga you will be driven back to your allotted hotel in Uttarkashi for an overnight stay.
Day 6 :Uttarkashi – Srinagar (205 km/ 8 hr)
Early in the morning, you will be made to head on towards your next destination of Srinagar which is a journey of 8 hours. En route you will be treated with the lush and picturesque views of the glorious Himalayan valleys and the famous Tehri dam. Upon your arrival in Srinagar, you will be made to immediately check in to your allotted hotel there for an overnight stay.
Day 7 :Srinagar – Sitapur (80 km / 4 hr)
You will be made to driven towards your next destination of Sitapur from Srinagar early in the morning which is situated at a distance of 4 hours. On your way you will be made to visit the sacred Dhari Devi Mandir at Kalyasaur. You will also be made to briefly halt at the 1st out of the 5 confluences of Panch Prayags. This is located at Rudraprayag where the holy river Alaknanda merges with river Mandakini. You will then be taken to Guptkashi where you will be duly registered to Kedarnath journey. You will then be made to check in to your allotted hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 8 :Sitapur – Kedarnath – Sitapur (19 km Trek / 6 hrs)
You will be made to visit the 3rd Dham in your itinerary which is Kedarnath Dham which is situated at a distance of 6 hours from Sitapur. Be sure to wake up really early in the morning so that you are dropped at Sonprayag / Phata as soon as possible. Phata will be your destination if you are planning on visiting Kedarnath Dham by helicopter. All the helicopter charges will be done by you.
After being dropped at Sonprayag you will be driven to Gaurikund on a vehicle from where a perilous and testing trek to Kedarnath Dham will commence. You can make use of the pony or palki ride to the Dham whose cost will be on you. After visiting Kedarnath Dham you will be made to head back to your base camp of Sitapur for an overnight stay.
Day 9 :Sitapur – Badrinath (230 km / 9 hr)
Early in the morning, you will be made to head onwards to Badrinath Dham which is a scenic journey of 9 hours. On your way you will be made to briefly halt at the three confluences of Panch Prayags at Karnaprayag, Nandprayag and Vishnuprayag. At Joshimath, you will be made to visit Narasimha mandir. Upon your arrival in Badrinath, you will be immediately checked in to your allotted hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 10 :Badrinath – Pipalkoti (80 km / 4 hr)
You will be made to visit the holy Dham shrine early in the morning after taking a holy dip in the water of Tapt Kund which is said to purify your soul. After the completion of your Darshan, you will be free to look around the nearby picturesque site of Mana village. After exploring the blissful Mana village and sacred Badrinath Dham, you will be made to driven to Pipalkoti which is situated at a distance of 2 hours and 45 mines. Upon your arrival in Pipalkoti, you will be made to check in to your allotted hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 11 :Pipalkoti – Haridwar – Delhi (220 km /6 hr)
Early in the morning, you will be made to driven to Haridwar and along the way you will be made to briefly halt at one of the most sacred and important confluences of Panch Prayags i.e. Devprayag – the confluence point of Alaknanda and Bhagirathi forming River Ganga. Once you arrive at Haridwar after covering a journey of 6 hours you will be headed towards Har Ki Pauri for a holy dip in the river Ganga. You will also be made to witness the majestic Ganga aarti by the Ganga Ghat. Later on you will be made to proceed towards Delhi, which will be an overnight journey.
Day 12 :Delhi Departure
You will be arriving at Delhi early in the morning which will mark the ending of your Chardham Yatra Tour Package. You will be escorted to your departure point of either airport or train station from where your onward journey to your desired destination will commence.
- Driver allowance, toll tax, parking charges etc
- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
- Accommodation services as discussed
- Guided sightseeing (if discussed earlier)
- Full assistance by tour manager
- Pony charges, tipping, portage etc
- Extra meals other than the ones discussed
- Expense in case of unexpected circumstances
- Bills of personal expenses like bills etc.
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions section
Frequently Asked Questions
Q.Is E pass still required for char dham yatra?
A. No. the state government of Uttarakhand has lifted the rule regarding E pass.
Q.Can we go to Kedarnath without registration?
A. No. every yatri should be registered for char dham yatra.
Q.What is the sequence for char dham?
A. The char dham sequence starts from west and ends at east in this form: Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and finally Badrinath.
Q.Is char dham yatra booking open for 2023?
A. Yes. char dham yatra booking has now opened for 2023.
Q.Who had established the char dham yatra?
A. Adi shankaracharya, the 8th century sage and philosopher, is credited with establishing the char dham yatra of Uttarakhand and india.