Char Dham (four abodes) is a set of four pilgrimage sites in India. The Chardham Yatra Package from Bangalore; takes you to these eminent sites and helps attain salvation (moksha). This holy sojourn to four sacred shrines located in Uttarakhand namely Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath, offers an opportunity to connect to the galactic powers above.

To attain salvation or moksha is believed to be the ultimate state of liberation in Hinduism. Chardham Yatra takes you one step closer to accomplishing this primary goal of our birth. Breath-taking mountains, holy rivers, Ganga Aarti, and the divinity around- what more you can devour in? Allow us an opportunity to offer you the best of services and experience of a lifetime, while you go on an inward splurge with the Lord.

Chardham Yatra From Bangalore

10 Days

9 Night


  • Original ID proof document is a must
  • Humble request to follow all norms at religious places of worship
  • In case of climate emergency, an incidental cost may be charged (exclusions)
  • Let’s take care of our litter by ourselves
  • Expect any change in the itinerary due to adverse weather (exclusions)
Per Adult

Starting FromAll Inclusive

Day-1- Arrive at Haridwar & proceed to Barkot

Begin your pious journey to the four pilgrimages of India, a place to reckon with. Reach Haridwar, our first in the Chardham Yatra Package that begins from Bangalore. From Haridwar, the roads take you to the mighty hills of Barkot, which house the beautiful Kempty falls. Don’t miss out on making lasting memories at the falls.

Day-2- Yamunotri temple visit
Day-3- Barkot to Uttarkashi
Day-4- Gangotri Temple visit
Day-5- Uttarkashi to Guptkashi
Day-6- Kedarnath Trek
Day-7- Back to Guptkashi
Day-8- Guptkashi to Badrinath
Day-9- Badrinath temple visit
Day-10- Badrinath to Haridwar

Package Inclusions:

*All meals inclusive package

*Be at peace as all inter-state taxes, Toll taxes, Driver’s allowance, and parking charges are included

*Stay at the relaxing hotel

*A bottle of water every day



*All transfers

Things to carry:

*Valid ID proof

*Personal warm clothing



*Trekking shoes

*Emergency medicines to be carried

Special Attractions:

  • Surya Kund– Major tourist attraction situated in the main temple, is a thermal hot water spring. It is known to have divine properties of relieving people from skin diseases and joints problem.
  • Gangotri national park– Being the third-largest sanctuary in Uttarakhand, it is the habitat of alpine meadows, glaciers, and a vast collection of flora and fauna.
  • Vasundhra falls– Devour in the true spiritual vibes at this beautiful location at a height of 400ft. This is definitely going to be the most memorable trek of your spiritual yatra.
  • Divya Shilla– Situated near Surya Kund, Divya Shilla is a strong pillar before entering Yamunotri temple. It has a huge mythological significance.
  • Vasuki Tal– The crystal-clear glimmering melting water from the mountains offers the most stunning view of this lake. Witness the Chaukhamba peaks from the popular Vasuki Lake.
  • Bheem pul– One of the mighty Pandava brothers, Bheem built this bridge to fill the gap with the help of mountain rocks. It sets a beautiful sight from Badrinath.
  • Jalmagna Shivling– Experience the divine in its most mesmerizing form at the Jalmagna Shivling. It is half-submerged under the clear waters during summers.
  • Harsil– The most preserved gems of the Himalayas, located at walking distance from Gangotri temple. Indulge in the oneness with the beautiful lush green trees and snowbound peaks.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Which Dham should I visit first?

Chardham follows a fixed seriation, starting from the West and ending in the East. This means it begins from Yamunotri; to Gangotri, Kedarnath, and culminates at Badrinath.

  1. Is it safe to travel to Kedarnath?

Yes, it is completely safe. But, avoid travel during the monsoon season, which increases the chances of landslides and road blockage.

  1. Is there any helicopter service to Kedarnath?

Yes, there are many helicopter companies in Kedarnath that generally operates from Phata, Sersi, Sitapur, and Guptkashi.

  1. Are children aged 1-7 years allowed for Chardham yatra?

Traveling with kids could be done, remember Chardham is a remote and pilgrim place. Traveling with kids would call for added responsibility on you as a traveler with respect to appropriate clothing, medicines, and other prerequisites for the kids.