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Uttarakhand is rightly coined as ‘Devbhoomi’ for a reason. It is home to numerous temples and welcomes devotees all year round. This garners a lot of attention from devout individuals to book Chardham Packages from Delhi. It is believed that one should complete the Chardham yatra in a clockwise direction, beginning at Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and closing at Badrinath. Beginning your journey of a lifetime with the best people in the travel industry makes an immense difference.

Chardham is a famous religious circuit visited by lakhs of devotees every year. Located on the high Himalayas of Uttarakhand, Chardham Yatra is a complete Hindu Pilgrimage Circuit. It includes visiting Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. The 12-day Chardham package from Delhi offers sacred darshan of all four shrines with comfortable accommodations and facilities in between the yatra. Book your Chardham package today!

Special Points To Visit Chardham package from Delhi

Snow-capped mountains in Gharwal beckon you

Adi Shankaracharya Math is one of the major highlights

Explore the exciting yatra with the luxurious property

A holy dip on the Ganges and the Saraswati is sure to reset the karmic configuration

Convenient transfers and treks around the vicinity allow you to soak in the beauty of the lush green woods and the skies

Chardham package from Delhi Itinerary

Arrive at Haridwar via car drive and check in at the designated hotel. You may begin by paying your homage at the Mansa Devi Temple, Chandi Devi Temple, Daksha Mahadev Temples, and others. Relax your tiring nerves at Har ki Pauri and soak in the divine vibes of Ganga Aarti. This brings us to the close of your first day of the Chardham Package from Delhi. Enjoy dinner at the hotel and a relaxing overnight stay.

The morning begins with a drive to Barkot via Mussoorie. En route visit Mussoorie lake and Kempty Falls. Later, a straight drive to Barkot would lead you to your hotel, where you can relax and restore your energy levels for the upcoming travel days. Enjoy your overnight stay at the hotel.

We begin with the early morning drive to Janki Chatti/ Phool Chatti, and the trek to Yamunotri (6 hrs) begins from here. Travelers can opt for a horse ride or doli or walking as the options for the trek. At Yamunotri, you may cook rice packed in cloth and dip it in the hot water of the divine hot kund. Pilgrims take this cooked rice home as ‘Prasad’ from the grace. Hereafter, devotees can offer their prayers at the Yamunotri temple at the Divya Shila, Jamunabai Kund, and Yamuna River. A relaxing overnight stay awaits you at the hotel.

Post breakfast, begin with a drive to Uttarkashi. Check-in at the hotel and offer your divine greetings at Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Shakti Temple at Uttarkashi. Uttarkashi is home to several ashrams, and temples; and is situated on the banks of the Ganges. The evening will see you exploring the locals at Uttarkashi.

An early morning drive for Gangotri; takes you to Gangnani on the way for a holy dip at the Garam Kund. Witness the beautifully laden lush greens in the mesmerizing Harshil Valley. The majestic deodar trees and mountains would leave you spellbound. Visit Gangotri temple, perform divine rituals, and attain darshan of the Ganga River, as you take the holy dip in the sacred river, also called Bhagirathi. The late evening would see you traveling back to Uttarkashi and enjoying a comfortable stay at the hotel.

The morning begins with a scrumptious breakfast; a drive to Guptkashi via Moolgarh and Lambgaon. On the way, capture the beauty of river Mandakini at Tilwara, which originates from Kedarnath. Reach Guptkashi and visit Ardh Narishwar Temple. Guptkashi is also called the ‘Hidden Benaras’. Enjoy a rejuvenating stay at the hotel after a hearty dinner.

Day 7 is all set to mesmerize you with the beauty and divinity Kedarnath is all about. After breakfast, head for Kedarnath Darshan via trek or helicopter, whichever suits you. You will be lost in the grandeur of Kedarnath and Lord Shiva’s grace and ushering. You may choose between the two options, as per your health conditions, to avoid any risk ahead. The day closes with a delicious dinner laid at the designated hotel.

The morning begins with pious offerings and aarti at Kedarnath temple and thereafter commence your journey to Sonprayag. On reaching Guptkashi, check-in at the hotel and explore the vicinity during the evening. Laze in the hotel room as you enjoy your dinner at the spot.

After enjoying a hearty breakfast and a rejuvenating night’s stay at the hotel, you would head toward Badrinath (Badrinarayan Temple), the abode of Lord Vishnu. Pilgrims after taking a dip in the Taptkund, soak in the darshan of Badrivishal and aarti in the evening. Brahma Kapal is a significant visit for Pind Shradh of ancestors (Pitras). Elaborate sightseeing spots include Mana village, Vyas Gufa, Maata Moorti, Charanpaduka, Bhim Kund, and the ‘Mukh’ of the Saraswati River. Unwind your entire day’s tiredness at the comfortable hotel in Badrinath.

Bring on day 10 with a drive for Rudraprayag via Joshimath. Visit the Narsingh Temple, en route to Joshimath. Later, check in to the hotel at Rudraprayag and savor a delicious dinner and a comfortable stay at the hotel.

The day begins with a drive to Haridwar via Rishikesh. This is a celebrated spiritual town on the bank of river Ganga and is surrounded by the Shivalik range of the Himalayas on three sides. You shouldn’t miss out on an opportunity of exploring Laxman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Rafting, and other mesmerizing sightseeing spots in the vicinity, when in Rishikesh.

The journey homeward will indeed be filled with happy satisfying memories of the Chardham yatra. Post devouring the local cuisine for the breakfast, you would head back to Delhi via your preferred mode of commute.

Special attractions:

  • Janki Chatti– It is situated at a 4km distance in a residential area and is the last stoppage during the Yamunotri trek.
  • Shani Dev Temple– Shani temple is at a 2km distance from Yamunotri Dham temple. It is a holy temple in Kharsali village, dedicated to Lord Shani.
  • Surya Kund– Situated near Yamunotri, Surya Kund is located nearby Yamunotri temple as the Yamuna is the mythological offspring of the Sun God.
  • Divya Shila– It is a powerful rock pillar that is located close to the Surya Kund; while enjoying tranquil environs.
  • Chandrashila Trek– This is an easy Himalayan trek, that offers a breathtaking view starting from Haridwar and ending at Chandrashila, covering the beautiful Tungnath temple.
  • Gauri Kund- It is a trekking route to Kedarnath, famous among adventure-seeking devotees.
  • Bhairavath Temple– It is dedicated to Lord Bhairav, situated at the hilltop at a distance of 500 meters from Kedarnath Dham.
  • Rudraprayag– It is one of the Panch-Prayag of Alaknanda River, the point of confluence of river Alaknanda and river Mandakini.
  • Hemkund Sahib– It is a Sikh place and pilgrimage site in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The Sikh shrine is dedicated to the tenth Sikh guru ‘Guru Gobind Singh Ji’ and finds its mention in Dasam Granth.
  • Tapt Kund– This is a natural hot water spring near Alaknanda River, believed to be the abode of Lord Agni. It is famous for therapeutic baths.
  • Bheem Pul- It is a natural stone bridge, believed to be created by one of the Pandav brothers Bheem to cross the Saraswati River.


  • Sightseeing
  • Trekking
  • Exploring the temples and shrines
  • Shopping in the locals
  • Authentic Kumaoni cuisine
  • Swimming
  • Attending the Aarti at sacred river banks
  • Photography

Package inclusions:

  • Hotel accommodation as per package
  • All meals
  • A bottle of water per person every day
  • All transfers and sightseeing
  • All toll tax, parking, fuel, driver allowances
  • All applicable hotel and transport taxes


  • Medical and travel insurance
  • All personal expenses
  • Tips, laundry charges, telephone charges
  • Porter, pony, horse, cable car, and boat ticket charges
  • Helicopter ticket cost and a VIP ticket for Kedarnath Darshan

Things to carry:

  • Original ID proof
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Extra batteries
  • Snacks and dry fruits
  • Water bottle
  • Trekking shoes
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Emergency medicine, if needed
  • First Aid kit
  • UV-protected sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Grooming and Vanity box
  • Raincoat and Umbrella
  • Headphones
  • Backpack


  • All pilgrims should proceed for yatra after a thorough health check-up
  • People with pre-existing illness records should carry adequate supplies of prescribed medicines
  • Senior citizens and COVID sufferers in the past should consider postponing or not undertaking the pilgrimage
  • Avoid consumption of alcohol, and other drugs and refrain from smoking
  • Avoid strenuous exercises at high altitude
  • Keep yourself hydrated and avoid traveling empty stomach
  • Take frequent breaks during trekking/ walking
  • In case of any medical emergency such as headache, dizziness, drowsiness, chest tightness, nausea, vomiting, coughing, fast breathing, or increased heart rate; contact the travel manager immediately

Frequently asked questions:

  • When does the Chardham yatra starts?

Every year, the Chardham yatra begins on the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya (mid-April to May)

  • Which Dham should I visit first?

Chardham yatra begins in the west and ends in the East- begin at Yamunotri, then Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath

  • Can we do two Dham yatra via Helicopter from Dehradun?

Yes, the service is available from Dehradun, which generally takes 3-5 days to complete darshan

  • Is it safe to travel to Kedarnath?

Yes, it is completely safe. Avoid traveling during monsoon season due to unprecedented landslides and road blockages

  • Where to book a helicopter for Kedarnath?

In places namely Phata, Guptkashi, Gaurikund, Sitapur, and Sersi- you can easily access heli services to Kedarnath or else directly book them on the government website

  • Is E-pass mandatory for Chadham yatra?

The biometric registration is compulsory to embark on the yatra and ePass registration is valid for temple darshan only

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