Yamunotri Dham is dedicated to goddess Yamuna the sister of yam or the god of death. Located on the edge of a cliff reaching this temple is a testing journey. You know beforehand the problems that you can avoid and what you should expect during the journey in order to avoid any type of problems. Here is a complete guide for your Yamunotri Yatra which includes all the necessary details that people generally tend to overlook like – month wise weather conditions, puja rates and details, the Best time to visit, detailed route map and so much more. Read on to know more.
Being one of the most remotely located Dham sites in Chardham Yatra reaching it is a tough job and requires a huge amount of planning in order to avoid any sort of a snag. We offer some of the best priced and tailor-made packages for Yamunotri which will enable you for s deeply spiritual journey. Our exclusive deals for Yamunotri can be booked online right away. Our packages commence from Delhi and Haridwar and takes you one a peaceful Yatra to the home of Yamuna. The temple can be accessed only by covering a walking distance of 7 kms. Our packages are created keeping in mind to offer the best for our passengers.
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Nestled away amidst the rough and difficult terrain of the Garhwal Himalayan mountain ranges, visiting Yamunotri has never been easier. Your Yatra commences from Dehradun and takes you along some of the most scenic views of the valleys and forests below that adds a huge amount of beauty to your travel plans to Yamunotri. The helicopter packages comes with a priority Darshan Pass that allows you to skip the long lines of devotees and perform your puja quickly and easily. You should book your helicopter service for Yamunotri online now and avail the best deals.
You will be savoring some of the most magnificent views of the valley below which is surrounded by the snow-peaked ranges. The helipad at Kharsali acts as the landing point for the helicopter from Dehradun and the journey can be completed in less than a day’s Darshan Yatra. Our helicopter services for Yamunotri is one of the best decisions that you will take for your Chardham Yatra journey. Each of these packages are designed with care and priced at the best rates in order to provide you with a complete spiritual experience. Browse through and book your travel package by helicopter for Yamunotri right now.
Q.Can I Customize Yamunotri Tour Packages?
A. Yes. Atlas travel gives the utmost freedom to each of the pilgrims to choose the number of places they would want to visit according to their convenience and liking in a Yamunotri tour package.
Q.Which is the Best Budget Yamunotri Tour Package?
A. Yamunotri Ek Dham Yatra Package, Yamunotri with Gangotri Dham Yatra Package, and many more are available at pocket-friendly prices on our website. Check out Atlas Travel official website for more info on these spiritual packages.
Q.Who Built the Yamunotri Temple?
A. The temple was constructed by the king of Tehri, Naresh Sudarshan Shah during 1839. After a massive part of the temple was damaged during the earthquake, the temple was rebuilt by Maharani of Jaipur Gularia Devi during the 19th century.
Q.What is the Importance of Yamunotri?
A. According to ancient legends and folklore, Yamunotri Dham marks the beginning point of the Yamuna River. It is also famous for the natural thermal hot water spring outside the temple called Surya Kund.
Q.How can I reach Yamunotri from Chandigarh?
A. From Chandigarh, Yamunotri is situated on NH 134 and can be reached easily by road via buses, taxis, and shared cabs. Janki Chatti is the last motorable road and from here the trek of 6 to 8 kms to the main temple starts.