Discover the divine Do Dham Yatra from Haridwar, where spirituality intertwines with breathtaking natural beauty. Do Dham Yatra From Haridwar: 6 Days Divine Expedition In Garhwal Himalayas

The Badrinath-Kedarnath Do Dham Yatra is not merely a physical journey but also a spiritual quest, wherein devotees seek purification of their souls, absolution of sins, and blessings for themselves and their loved ones. The pilgrimage entails arduous treks, serene surroundings, and a sense of profound devotion that permeates the air.

For centuries, this yatra has been an integral part of the Hindu faith, drawing pilgrims who undertake the journey with unwavering faith and determination, believing that it leads to spiritual enlightenment and ultimate liberation (moksha). Through this sacred journey, devotees seek to connect with the divine and experience a profound sense of inner peace and fulfillment.
Do Dham Yatra Ex Haridwar - Private Tour
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₹15800 per person
Duration
5N/6D
Destination
More than 1
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₹ 15800.00 PP IF 06 PAX
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Kedarnath, located in the Rudraprayag district, is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is another crucial stop on the Char Dham circuit. Perched at an altitude of over 3,500 meters amidst the Garhwal Himalayas, the Kedarnath temple is believed to be one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, symbolizing the cosmic light of Lord Shiva. The temple, though ravaged by natural calamities in the past, stands as a symbol of resilience and unwavering faith.

Badrinath, situated in the Chamoli district, is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is one of the Char Dham pilgrimage sites. It is believed to be the abode of Lord Vishnu in his form as Badrinath, who is worshipped here in a sacred temple. The temple, surrounded by breathtaking mountainous landscapes, holds immense significance for Hindus and attracts devotees from all corners of the world.

What's included

Destination
Badrinath , Haridwar , Joshimath , Kedarnath , Rishikesh , Rudraprayag Discover Destinations
Departure Location
Haridwar
Return Location
Haridwar
Price includes
  • breakfast
  • cab
  • dinner
  • hotels
  • sightseeing
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5 Nights Accommodation: 5 Nights/ 6 Days accommodation included in the package cost. 4 x Breakfast: Free 4 breakfast at the hotel included in the package cost. 4 x Dinner: Free 4 dinner at the hotel included in the package cost. AC Individual Cab: Private cab including fuel, toll, parking, driver, and all applicable taxes according to the tour itinerary.

Do Dham Yatra from Haridwar Unforgettable 6 Days Expedition 

Commence on an unforgettable pilgrimage with our 6-day Do Dham Yatra From Haridwar, weaving through the spiritual sanctuaries of Kedarnath and Badrinath. Departing from Haridwar, immerse yourself in divine serenity, traversing sacred landscapes and ancient temples. Join us on this soul-stirring journey, where every step echoes with timeless reverence and enlightenment.

Departing from the picturesque city of Haridwar, immerse yourself in the divine serenity of these revered destinations, where every step unveils ancient wisdom and spiritual resonance. Set out on this transcendent journey, where the air is imbued with the fragrance of devotion and the landscape echoes with the footprints of pilgrims past. Traverse through majestic mountains and verdant valleys, where each turn reveals hidden treasures and mystical encounters. Join us on this transformative odyssey, where the heart finds solace and the soul finds liberation amidst the sanctity of pilgrimage.

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Significances of a Do Dham Yatra from Haridwar:

  1. Kedarnath: home to the ancient Kedarnath Temple devoted to Lord Shiva, stands as a testament to unwavering faith, drawing pilgrims from far and wide to seek solace and divine intervention.
  2. Badrinath: the sanctified abode of Lord Vishnu, exudes an aura of holiness, beckoning devotees to the revered Badrinath Temple in search of spiritual liberation and eternal blessings.

 

Begin an unparalleled pilgrimage as you embark on an immersive 6-day Do Dham Yatra From Haridwar, weaving through the hallowed sites of Kedarnath and Badrinath. Departing from the charming city of Haridwar, dive into the ethereal tranquillity of these sacred havens, where every moment resonates with divine grace and spiritual awakening.

Kickstart this transcendent expedition, where the essence of devotion infuses every step and the echoes of ancient prayers linger in the air. Embark on a voyage through breathtaking landscapes and sacred shrines, where each encounter unfolds a new chapter in your spiritual journey. Join us on this transformative quest, where the soul finds solace and enlightenment amidst the timeless beauty of pilgrimage.

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  • Day 01
  • Day 02
  • Day 03
  • Day 04
  • Day 05
  • Day 06
Day 01

HARIDWAR - GUPTKASHI/RAMPUR (220 KM/08 HR)

Pick up from Haridwar in the morning and proceed straight to Rampur, Guptkashi via covering Rishikesh, Byasi, Devprayag, Srinagar, Rudraprayag, Agastmuni, and Guptkashi hill stations on the way. Lunch midway. The evening arrives, get check-in to the hotel. The evening is free for your leisure. Dinner and overnight stay at Rampur.

Day 02

GUPTKASHI/RAMPUR - GAURIKUND - KEDARNATH JI

Wake up early and get refreshed. There are two mediums to reach the Kedarnath temple i.e. by road and by air. Please find the below details for both mediums.

By Road: If you are planning to reach the Kedarnath temple by road then your cab will take you upto the Sonprayag. In the high season (May/June) there is much rush on this road from Guptkashi to Sonprayag which has a distance of 30 km. Sometimes this distance takes more than 03 hours to reach Sonprayag. So, leaving early from Guptkashi for Sonprayag
will be a good idea. From Sonprayag, you will need to take local conveyance for Gaurikund, which is 05 km ahead of Sonprayag. Gaurikund is the base camp for the Kedarnath trek. You will do medical and biometric registration here and then proceed for the trek to Kedarnath. It is a 16 km trek that takes around 5 hours to complete the trek for a normal person. You will also have other options like Dolly/Ponny if you wish to skip trekking.

By Air: You can also choose to explore Kedarnath by Helicopter services. Helicopter services are time-saving and give you an amazing bird-eye view of the snow-clad Himalayan peaks behind the Kedarnath temple. If you choose to access the Kedarnath temple by Heli services then the cab will take you to the Helipad from you will do all the formalities and will take off for the Kedarnath. Once you reach Kedarnath, get check-in into the hotel. Take some rest and explore your surroundings on your own. Having dinner and overnight stay at Kedarnath.

Day 03

KEDARNATH JI - SONPRAYAG - CHOPTA/UKHIMATH (75 KM/03 HR)

Wake up early, get refreshed. Do the necessary shopping for the puja at Kedarnath temple. You can book a special pooja on additional charges. After having the Darshan of Lord Kedarthan and pooja ceremony back to the hotel. Pack your luggage and check out. Post check out have your breakfast at Kedarnath. Post breakfast treks down/fly down to Sonprayag/Guptkashi. From Sonpryag/Guptkashi board the cab and proceed straight to Chopta. Chopta is about 75 km from Sonprayag which will take approx 3 hours to reach Chopta. Lunch midway. En-route explores Omkareshwar temple at Ukhimath then straight to Chopta. The evening arrives, get check-in into the camps. The evening explores the
beautiful sunset and enjoys bonfires with light music at the camps. Dinner and overnight stay at Chopta.

Day 04

CHOPTA - GOPESHWAR - BADRINATH JI (180 KM/05 HR)

The morning investigates the stunning sunrise at Chopta. Post breakfast checks out and proceeds to Badrinath. En-route explores Gopeshwar, Joshimath, and Pipalkoti. Lunch midway. The evening arrives, get check-in into the hotel. The evening is free for your leisure. If time permits you can go to visit Mana village to make your last day relaxing. You can explore the surroundings and Badrinath temple in the evening. Back to the hotel, having dinner and overnight stay at Badrinath Ji.

Day 05

BADRINATH JI - RUDRAPRAYAG (155 KM/07 HR)

Wake up early, get refreshed, and do the necessary shopping for the pooja at Shri Badrinath Ji. Take a hot bath in a natural spring hot pond at Badrinath Ji, which is also known as Taptkund. After having the bath you can choose to stay in line or you can skip the line by applying for a special pooja. After having the darshan and pooja ceremony back to the
hotel. Have your hot breakfast at the hotel and check out. Post check out proceeds to explore Mana village. Investigating Bhim Pul, Vyas Gufa, and other gems of Mana. The afternoon proceeds to Rudraprayag. En-route explores Joshimath, Nandprayag, Vishnuprayag, and Karnprayag. Lunch midway. The evening arrives, get check-in at the hotel. The evening is free for your leisure. Having dinner and overnight stay at Rudraprayag.

Day 06

RUDRAPRAYAG - HARIDWAR (155 KM/05 HR)

Wake up, get refreshed, and refuel yourself with a heavy breakfast at the hotel. Post breakfast checks out and proceeds to Rishikesh. En-route explores Dhari Devi Temple, Srinagar, Devprayag and Laxman Jhula at Rishikesh. Lunch midway. The evening drops at Haridwar railway/bus station. Tour ends.

More about Badrinath

The Badrinath sanctuary is the principal fascination in the town. As indicated by legend Shankar found a dark stone picture of Lord Badrinarayan made of Saligram stone in the Alaknanda River. He initially revered it in a give in close to the Tapt Kund hot springs. In the sixteenth century, the King of Garhwal moved the murti to the present sanctuary. The sanctuary is roughly 50 ft (15 m) tall with a little vault to finish everything, secured with a gold plated rooftop. The veneer is worked of stone, with curved windows. A wide stairway paves the way to a tall angled entryway, which is the primary passageway. The design takes after a Buddhist vihara (sanctuary), with the brilliantly painted veneer likewise more run of the mill of Buddhist sanctuaries. Simply inside is the mandapa, a substantial pillared lobby that prompts the garbha grha, or primary hallowed place zone. The dividers and mainstays of the mandapa are secured with perplexing cutting.

More about Haridwar

Haridwar is the passage to the four journeys of Uttarakhand. It’s likewise your beginning stage on the voyage to the consecrated wellsprings of the waterways Ganga and the Yamuna. As indicated by legend, Prince Bhagirath performed repentance here to rescue the spirits of his predecessors who had died because of sage Kapil’s revile. The repentance was addressed and the waterway. Ganga streamed forward from Lord Shiva’s locks and its abundant water resuscitated the children of King Sagara. In the custom of Bhagirath, faithful Hindus remain in the consecrated waters here, appealing to God for the salvation of their precursors.

More about Joshimath

Joshimath, also known as Jyotirmath, is a hill town perched at the height of 6150 feet in the Chamoli district of Gharwal region of Uttarakhand. Joshimath serves as an important religious center for Hindu pilgrims and lies in proximity to one of the four ‘maths’ founded by Adi Guru Shri Shankaracharya in the 8th century. This ‘math’ dedicated to the holy text of Hindus called Atharva Veda. Overlooking the confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Dhauliganga at Vishnu Prayag, Joshimath is also the winter home of Lord Badri as the idol is shifted from Badrinath to Joshimath during winters. Nestled amid the lap of the snow-capped Himalayas, Joshimath is also known as the ‘gateway for trekking’ with treks Valley of Flowers Trek located is close to Joshimath.
 
 
 

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Divine Encounters: Exploring the Sacred Sanctuaries of Kedarnath and Badrinath

Kedarnath:

Nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand, Kedarnath is a sacred pilgrimage site revered by Hindus worldwide. Situated at an altitude of 3,583 meters (11,755 feet), this remote town is home to the revered Kedarnath Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Surrounded by breathtaking peaks and lush greenery, Kedarnath offers a serene and spiritual ambiance that captivates pilgrims and nature enthusiasts alike. The journey to Kedarnath involves traversing rugged terrain, with pilgrims often trekking or riding on mules to reach the temple. Despite its remote location, Kedarnath's unparalleled natural beauty and profound spiritual significance make it a must-visit destination for seekers of divine blessings and tranquility.

Badrinath:

Situated in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, amidst the picturesque Garhwal Himalayas, lies the sacred town of Badrinath. At an elevation of 3,133 meters (10,279 feet), Badrinath is renowned as one of the Char Dham pilgrimage sites in India. It is home to the revered Badrinath Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, including Nilkantha and Narayan Parvat, Badrinath offers a breathtaking backdrop for spiritual seekers. The journey to Badrinath takes travelers through winding mountain roads, offering glimpses of pristine rivers, dense forests, and alpine meadows. Beyond its spiritual significance, Badrinath is also a gateway to adventure, with opportunities for trekking, mountaineering, and exploring the natural wonders of the Himalayas. Whether seeking divine blessings or yearning for adventure, Badrinath beckons travelers with its majestic beauty and profound spirituality.

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Here we have answered some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about a Do Dham Yatra from Haridwar:

  1. What is the significance of Kedarnath in Hindu mythology?
    • Kedarnath is believed to be the place where Lord Shiva granted salvation to the Pandavas, making it one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage sites.
  2. How can I reach Kedarnath from Haridwar?
    • You can reach Kedarnath from Haridwarby road, taking a route via Rishikesh and Rudraprayag, followed by a trek from Gaurikund.
  3. What is the best time to visit Kedarnath?
    • The best time to visit Kedarnath is from May to June and September to October, when the weather is pleasant and the pilgrimage season is open.
  4. Are there accommodation facilities available in Kedarnath?
    • Yes, there are various accommodation options available in Kedarnath, including dharamshalas, guesthouses, and tents provided by the temple committee.
  5. How long does it take to trek to Kedarnath from Gaurikund?
    • The trek from Gaurikund to Kedarnath is approximately 16 kilometers and takes around 6-8 hours on foot.
  6. Can elderly or differently-abled individuals visit Kedarnath?
    • Yes, elderly or differently-abled individuals can visit Kedarnath with the help of ponies or palanquins available for hire at Gaurikund.
  7. Is there any medical assistance available in Kedarnath?
    • Yes, there are medical facilities available in Kedarnath, including a medical center run by the temple committee and some private medical practitioners.
  8. What are the nearby attractions to visit while in Kedarnath?
    • Nearby attractions include Bhairavnath Temple, Gandhi Sarovar, and Vasuki Tal, all of which are accessible via trekking routes from Kedarnath.
  9. Are there any restrictions for visiting Kedarnath Temple?
    • Certain dress codes and behavior guidelines are to be followed while visiting the Kedarnath Temple, such as removing footwear before entering and maintaining silence inside the temple premises.
  10. What is the history behind the construction of Kedarnath Temple?
    • The Kedarnath Temple was believed to have been constructed by Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century AD, although the exact origins date back to ancient times.
  1. What are the rituals performed at Kedarnath Temple?
    • Various rituals are performed at Kedarnath Temple, including morning and evening aartis (prayer ceremonies), Rudrabhishek (offering of water to Lord Shiva), and special pujas conducted by priests.
  2. Is photography allowed in Kedarnath?
    • Photography is allowed in and around Kedarnath, but it is advisable to respect the sanctity of the temple and avoid taking pictures inside the temple premises during prayers.
  3. What is the significance of Badrinath in Hindu mythology?
    • Badrinath is considered one of the Char Dham pilgrimage sites and is believed to be the abode of Lord Vishnu, who is worshipped as Badrinath here.
  4. How can I reach Badrinath from Rishikesh?
    • You can reach Badrinath from Rishikesh by road, covering a distance of approximately 300 kilometers via Rudraprayag and Joshimath.
  5. What are the best places to visit near Badrinath?
    • Nearby attractions include Mana Village, Vasudhara Falls, Tapt Kund, and the Valley of Flowers, all of which offer scenic beauty and cultural significance.
  6. Can I visit Badrinath during the winter months?
    • Badrinath remains inaccessible during the winter months (November to April) due to heavy snowfall, and the temple remains closed during this period.
  7. Are there any adventure activities available in Badrinath?
    • Adventure enthusiasts can indulge in activities like trekking, camping, and exploring nearby trails, including the Vasudhara Falls trek and the trek to Satopanth Lake.
  8. What are the accommodation options available in Badrinath?
    • Accommodation options in Badrinath include hotels, guesthouses, and dharamshalas operated by the temple committee, offering a range of facilities to pilgrims and tourists.
  9. Are there any famous festivals celebrated in Badrinath?
    • The most significant festival celebrated in Badrinath is the Badri-Kedar Utsav, which marks the closing of the temples of Badrinath and Kedarnath for the winter season.
  10. What are the safety measures to consider during the Do Dham Yatra?
    • Some safety measures include carrying essential medications, staying hydrated, dressing appropriately for the weather, and following the instructions of local authorities and guides during the journey. Additionally, travelers should be prepared for high altitudes and rugged terrain, especially during the trekking portions of the yatra.

 

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      Do Dham Yatra From Haridwar

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      ₹15800 per person
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      5N/6D
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      More than 1
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      ₹ 15800.00 PP IF 06 PAX

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