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
- 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.
- Exploring the temples and shrines
- Shopping in the locals
- Authentic Kumaoni cuisine
- Attending the Aarti at sacred river banks
- 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
- Extra batteries
- Snacks and dry fruits
- Water bottle
- Trekking shoes
- Comfortable clothing
- Emergency medicine, if needed
- First Aid kit
- UV-protected sunglasses
- Grooming and Vanity box
- Raincoat and Umbrella
- 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 https://heliservices.uk.gov.in/
- 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