Char Dham Yatra Tour Package for Family

Char Dham Yatra Tour Package for Family - The Holy Pilgrimage!!

Get salvation from rebirth by taking the Char Dham Yatra Pilgrim tour once in a lifetime. Visiting Dev Bhoomi or the abode of gods on the Mighty Himalayas in Uttarakhand District is possible by selecting the Parbhat Travels Char Dham Yatra package for groups, families, friends, and older people. We arrange customs Char Dham trips by car to needy adventure, nature, and pilgrim tourists. We are a female-friendly travel company with a woman tour guide for womanhood to visit the Shakthi Peeths under the Char Dham pilgrim circuit. Our Char Dham Yatra Package by Car includes pilgrim-friendly and English-speaking drivers.

Char Dham Yatra names are Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. Badrinath and Kedarnath are 8th centuries built Hindu shrines by the great Hindu Sage and philosopher Sri Adi Shankaracharya. Badrinath shrine is devoted to Lord Vishnu, and Kedarnath is to Lord Shiva. Thus, the pilgrim will meet the abode of the creator and destroyer of evils in Dev Bhoomi. Lord Shiva is a universal and Yogic Guru. Kedarnath is a heavenly place to do Yoga and meditate from where Lord Shiva lived and practiced Yoga. Gangotri and Yamunotri are the Mahadevi temples or the Shaktipeets built at natural spring areas or the originating places of the River Ganges and Yamuna. Hindu women devotees plunge in mass during all Hindu festivals dedicated to Durga or Shakthi. Char Dham, or the four abodes of gods, are a must to visit once in lifetime pilgrim places by the Hindus. Our Char Dham Yatra family package is a day trip tour where your family members can dip in the Gangotri and Yamunotri to get salvation, fertility, and happiness from Devi Shakthi of this land.

Char Dham Yatra places like Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri are also must-visits by adventure-seeking pilgrims. We arrange a Char Dham Yatra pass, map, hiking, and trekking gears to go by hike and trek to these holly places. We arrange a Char Dham Yatra group tour for adventure seekers in all seasons except when the Char Dham Circuit is closed during winter. Char Dham shrines are open to pilgrims and tourists from the day of Akshaya Tritiya, which occurs in-between April and May as per the Vedic or Hindu calendar. Char Dham is closed a few days after Diwali or on the date of Bhai Dooj. Adventure seekers can trek on snow before Diwali.

Your plans to visit Char Dham Yatra after retirement or at an older age are possible with us. Parbhat Travels arranges the Char Dham Yatra package for senior citizens throughout the Char Dham Circuit seasons. We are elderly-friendly travel and Tourism Company in Uttarakhand. We have elderly-friendly SUVs, minibuses, and multi-utility vehicles. We arrange elderly-friendly hotels for your comfortable stay while on the Char Dham pilgrimage. Our car drivers and tour guides are friendly people to go with during the Char Dham pilgrim Yatra. Avail of our car rental service for Char Dham Yatra if you have any customs plans. Our travel consultant will guide you apart from your travel needs to visit the particular shine which you left out earlier in Char Dham Circuit.

It is a belief that newly married, childless couples and those happily married couples nearing the 50th marriage anniversary must Char Dham get a blessing from the Gods and Goddess of Dev Bhoomi. It will bring wellness, prosperity, and happiness to married couples. Visiting Shakthi peeths by newly married and childless couples will be blessed with fertility. You can expect offspring in the same year of the Char Dham pilgrimage. Why wait to book our Char Dham Yatra package for couples online and be away from the tension of how to reach Char Dham places? Couples will stay at couples-friendly hotels near Char Dham places. They come with complimentary breakfast and dinner. Our car driver and tour guide will pick you up from the hotel and take you to the Char Dham shrines as per our Char Dham itinerary.

Our Char Dham Yatra tour packages from Delhi are the best to book for domestic and foreign tourists. Foreigners are allowed to visit these shrines. You will know why it is called Dev Bhoomi, the abode of gods on the Himalayas. It is not a wonder that you will feel heavenly when you visit these shines nestled on the Shore of the Bhagi Rathi River, valleys, snow-clad mountains, and mists and see flowing clouds in the blue sky. You will breathe fresh air above 10,000 feet above the mean sea level. The natural source of water available here are of high mineral values. Bathing or taking a dip in Gangotri and Yamunotri clears many skin alignments. Drinking this river water does cure many diseases in children and adults.

Parbhat arranges special tour packages for Sheiks and Vaishnavik sect of Hindus. The Shiviks wish to visit Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri. The Vaishnaviks will want to visit Badrinath temple only. Still, many Hindus who do not come under Shiviks and Vaishnavik sects visit all temples in Char Dham Circuit. We are tourist-friendly and plan your Char Dham Yatra package in a bespoke manner. We have a physical office in New Delhi and Uttarakhand. Book us online or over the phone. Your customs pilgrim trip to one shrine or the entire Char Dham is possible within your budget. Our Char Dham tour and pilgrim consultants best serve Indian and foreign tourists.

Parbhat Travels is a trusted destination management company in India and Thailand. We serve Char Dham pilgrim tourism per the norms and guidelines implemented by the Department of Tourism Uttarakhand. We follow the best practices in Char Dham Yatra for pilgrims and tourists. Our all-inclusive Char Dham Yatra package is the best to book for a tension-free pilgrimage in Uttrakhand. Our car will pick you up from Delhi airport, railway station and the hotels you stay in Delhi. After your Char Dham pilgrimage, we drop you at your desired places within Delhi City.

Chardham Yatra Packages

Chardham Yatra Packages

11 Nights & 12 Days - Delhi - Haridwar - Barkot - Yamunotri - Uttarkashi - Gangotri - Guptkashi - Kedarnath - Badrinath - Rishikesh - Rudraprayag - Haridwar - Delhi

Badrinath Kedarnath Yatra

Badrinath Kedarnath Yatra

3 6 Nights & 7 Days Delhi - Haridwar - Guptkashi- Kedarnath - Badrinath - Rudraprayag - Haridwar - Delhi

Adventure in Char Dham Yatra

Do Dham Yatra

9 Nights & 10 Days Delhi - Haridwar - Rishikesh- Rudraprayag - Kedarnath - Rudraprayag -Badrinath - Joshimath - Rishikesh -Haridwar -Delhi

What to See and Do in Char Dham Yatra

There are lots of places to visit during your Char Dham Yatra. At every place, you will find a temple with the short distance. Some of very famous holy temples and places were are as follow HAridwar, Rishikes, har ki pauri, chandi devi, mansa devi. In Yamunotri you will find Surya kund, champasar glacier, Divya Shila. In chopta you will get Tungnath temple, charndrashila peak. In badrinath you will find tapt kund, narad kund, bheem pul, Vasudhara falls.

What Kind of Traveller are You

Well! My friends you know the above mentioned places are the only one place where all type of visitors or tourist can visit or enjoy. Whether you are peace lover, sant, fun lover, you will get an amazing adventure. So just pack your bag to visit these places and lets make your soul meaning ful and happy. Just dial our Parbhat Travels Helpline Number 011-45625898for getting more information. We will help you in every step for choosing the best option for you.

Where to Stay in Char Dham Yatra

Sometimes when we are enjoying by outing with our family or friends, so staying is our first priority. We have to decide a place where all of our group or family member can take rest as well as get very great treatment from the hotel staff. There are so many dharamshala or hotels in your way to your Yatra. So that you don’t need to face any hassle within your whole tour with Parbhat Travels.

How to reach Char Dham Yatra

Well! if you really want to go somewhere to find the meaning of your soul, you should have to go on a trip of Char Dham Yatra. There are so many ways to reach on these holy places as they all were very near or reachable to the road. You can choose the option of reaching these places by road, Air or sea mode. You can also take our help in deciding the route for your trip to get rid of tension.


More information about Chardham Yatra

Char Dham, among the holiest of Hindu Pilgrimages, beckon the religious and spiritually inclined every year.

Situated in the lofty peaks of the majestic Himalayas in Utrakhand are the four most holy pilgrimages of India, jointly referred to as Char Dham (or four pilgrimage centres) of Hinduism. Through each of these ancient shrines meanders the Ganga around which several mythological legends have been wove.

According to popular belief, goddess Ganga took the form of river to support file on earth and is the most worshipped deity in the Hindu religion. The four dhams receive their holy waters in the form of rivers - Yamuna in Yamunotri, Bhagirathi in Gangotri, Mandakini in Kedarnath and Alaknanda in badrinath. The yatra or journey traditionally begins from the west and proceeds to the east. The starting point is Yamunotri. The route proceeds to Gangotri and finally culminates at Kedarnath and Badrinath.

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Yamunotri, the source of the Yamuna river, emerges from a frozen lake of ice and glaciers on the Kalinda parvat. It is the first stopover of the char dham pilgrimage. A temple dedicated to goddess Yamuna is located on the left bank of the river. Between May and October a large number of devotees visit the shrine. Yamunotri finds special mention in Hindu mythology as the home of Asit Muni, an ancient sage. Hot water springs are also a huge draw here. A trek to yamunotri against the backdrop of spectacular peaks and dense forests is an awesome experience.

With Yamunotri as your base, you can travel to Lakhamandal where the Kauravas are reported to have built a shelter to burn the Pandavas alive. Then there is Surya Kund known for its thermal springs where pilgrims cook rice and potatoes to offer the deity.

Along the right bank of Bhagirathi is the shrine of Gangotri dedicated to goddess Ganga. According to mythology, Ganga, daughter of heaven, took the form of a river to absolve the sins of king Bhagirath's predecessors. Lord Shiva received the goddess in his matted hair to minimize the impact of her fall. She came to be known as Bhagirathi at her legendary source. According to another legend, the Pandavas performed the deva yagna at this spot to atone the deaths of their kinsmen in the epic battle of Mahabharata.

By November the region is covered with snow. It is believed that the goddess retreats to Mukhba, her winter abode, 12 kms downstream. Gaumukh, the actual source of the river, is at the base of the Bhagirathi peaks. Several pilgrims travel to Gaumukh ton offer prayers. The verdant valleys and awesome peaks offer excellent trekking opportunities.

Located at the head of the river Mandakini, the Kedarnath shrine is amongst the holiest pilgrimages of the Hindus. The origin of th temple here can be traced to the Mahabharata. Legend has it that when the Pandavas sought the blessings of Lord Shiva, he continued to elude them. While fleeing, he took refuge at Kedarnath in the form of a bull. Since he was being followed, he dived into the ground, leaving his hump on the surface. This protrusion is worshipped as the idol in the shrine. The symbolic remaining portions of Shiva are worshipped at four spots - Tungnath, Rudranath, Madmaheshwar and Kalpeshwar.

The present temple was built in the 8th century by Adi Guru Shankaracharya. It lies adjacent to the site of an ancient temple built by the Pandavas. The walls are adorned with figures of deities and scenes from mythological tales. Behind the Kedarnath temple lies the Samadhi of Adi Guru Shankaracharya.

Badrinath, the holiest of the four main shrines, is cradled in the Nar and Narayan mountain ranges. Located along the left bank of the river Alaknanda. Badrinath is an important destination for every devout Hindu. According to legend, when Ganga was requested to come down to earth to ease the suffering of mankind, the earth was unable to withstand the force of her descent. The river was split into 12 channels, with Alaknanda becoming the abode of Vishnu or Badrinath.

Chardham Tour by Helicopter

If the writings of Hindu belief are to be understood, the sanctified centres of Gangotri, Yamunotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath - as a group known as the Chardham are the most blessed of all pilgrimages. Venturing a trip to these destinations will not only bathe away one's sins but make certain release from the sequence of birth and death so the respect bestowed on these places is not astounding at all. The journey to these places is so arduous that sometimes it becomes difficult for people to venture out for this trip. So for the convenience of the people off late Helicopter journey was introduced.

Helicopter facilities to Kedarnath from Agastya Muni to Kedarnath are very good. The chopper will leave from Agastya Muni every day between 6:30 am to 11:10 am. Agast Muni is situated approximately 17 km further than Rudraprayag route to Kedarnath. Rudraprayag is nearly 140 km from Rishikesh and is connected by first-class roads. The service commences from the point situated at big open place at Agast Muni. The time in the air would be nearly 45 minutes for an around trip (Agatst Muni-Kedarnath-Agatst Muni). The initial flight would commence at 6:30 am and the final flight from Agast Muni will be at 11:10 am.

Darshan period for the pilgrims would be one and half hour at Kedarnath for Darshan. The travelers who are to keen to stay overnight can catch the very last flight of the day that is around 11:10 am from Agast Muni. Lodging is offered at Kedarnath for such travellers. Travelers should reserve the room on their own at Kedarnath.

Commuters can also pay money for tickets for one way i.e. Agast Muni-Kedarnath or Kedarnath-Agast Muni depending on the accessibility of seats.

For children below 2 years, cost will be 10% of the ticket cost and no accommodation would be offered to the baby.

There is no half ticket for small children. Children above two will have to purchase full ticket and they would be provided with individual seats.

If the flight is called off or postponed due to poor weather, mechanical reasons, short of passenger load or any additional reasons, the traveler is required to travel on its own.

Once the pilgrim is there he experiences the pure brilliance and the peaceful beauty and he plunges into a world of holiness and experiences factual serenity and modesty. Nature in all its magnificence is felt at this place and pilgrimage to the Char Dhams is an experience that would continue to be with you in the times to come.

Read The Ideal Itinerary For A Char Dham Yatra

Whether you're planning to go on a pilgrimage to express your devotion, seek blessings, display gratitude or simply to get in touch with your spiritual side, you can follow this perfect itinerary for a wonderful Char Dham yatra package from Delhi:


Once you arrive in Delhi, make a journey to the holy city of Haridwar in Uttarakhand, which is about 230 kms away. There, you can witness the Ganga Aarti at Har Ki Pauri and spend the night. The next day, proceed to Barkot, a beautiful town on the banks of the Yamuna River, in the scenic Rawain Valley, about 175 kms from Haridwar.

Barkot- Yamunotri:

From Barkot you can drive to Phoolchatti, about 46 kms away, that provides an ideal base for the Yamunotri trek. The trek to the temple of Goddess Yamuna from Phoolchatti is quite pleasant and spans a distance of 10 kms. After darshan and puja at the temple once you reach it, you can take a rejuvenating dip at the hot springs situated there, before returning to Barkot.

Barkot- Harsil-Gangotri-Uttarkashi:

Harsil is located at a distance of 125 kms from Barkot and makes for the ideal pitstop before you journey on to Gangotri, via an enjoyable drive through dense forests along the Bhagirathi River. The Gangotri Temple was built in the 18th century and is a beautiful structure made of white granite. Here you can see a Shiv Lingam submerged in the river and take a cleansing dip in the Ganges. After you pay you respects at the temple, you can proceed to Uttarkashi and spend the night resting after a long day of travelling. The next day, wake up early and take an extremely scenic 190 kms drive to Guptakashi.

Guptakashi - Kedarnath - Guptakashi- Joshimath

A 20 km trek from Guptakashi will take you to Kedarnath, where you can pay your respects at the shrine. Return to Guptakashi and proceed the next day to Joshimath, where you can enjoy spectacular views of the snow-clad peaks of the Himalayas.

Joshimath - Badrinath - Joshimath - Rishikesh:

Drive 50 kms to visit Badrinath, one of the most scared pilgrimage spots in the country and one of the main highlights of the char dham yatra package from Delhi that you have undertaken. With the Neelkhanth peak as a backdrop and flanked by the mountain ranges Nar and Narayan, Badrinath stands at an elevation of 3,133 metres. Return to Joshimath and after a wonderful night's sleep, leave for Rishikesh at a distance of 255 kms.

Rishikesh - Delhi

Spend the night in Rishikesh and then proceed back to the starting point of Delhi, having successfully completed one of the most important Hindu pilgrimages in India.

FAQs on Chardham Tour Packages

1. I am a foreigner, and do I need to follow the dress code and get a permit to enter the temples of Char Dham?

Hindu temples do not follow any restrictions on behalf of caste, creed, and ethnicity. A foreigner can visit Char Dham temples without permission from the local body. Yet, foreigners must come in 75% covered clothing.

2.When is Char Dham closed for pilgrimage?

Char Dham shrines are closed during winter (November to February). Yet, the snow remains still in March. These temples are closed due to the temperature dropping below minus zero degrees, and roads are blocked by snowfall and avalanches.

3.Are tourists allowed to do Yoga and meditation in Char Dham places?

Yes, there are ample places to sit and do meditation on the banks of the Gangotri and Yamunotri Rivers. The Kedar peak near Kedarnath temple is the heavenly place to do Yoga and meditation above 10,000 feet. Yoga and meditation classes are available during the pilgrim season in Uttrakhand.

4.How many days for the Char Dham pilgrimage in Dev Bhoomi, Uttrakhand?

A two-day trip is enough from Delhi if you wish to visit any Char Dham shrines. Yet, it will take a weeklong trip to cover all Char Dham trip under a Char Dham Yatra package.

5.Can we trek near the Char Dham places during the winter?

An acceptable amount of tourists are allowed after taking special permits to trek in the snow near the Char Dham temple places. Adventure seekers are advised to come here on a Char Dham Yatra group tour. You need a minimum of 5 people to join a trekking trail trip in Uttrakhand.

6.Which is the best mode of transport to access Char Dham shrines by pilgrims?

Char Dham Yatra package by car is the best for all ages of pilgrims to visit all Char Dhams in a pilgrim tour. Pilgrims can book a desired car and model by booking online.

7. What is the exact date of the opening and closing of the Char Dham pilgrim circuit?

Char Dham is open on the Akshaya Thitya date, which comes in-between April and May. Char Dham closes on the day of Bhai Dooj, which comes in-between October and November. Pilgrims are advised to know such dates by looking into the Vedic or Hindu calendar.

8.Should I book in advance before the Char Dham season starts?

Yes, booking a Char Dham Yatra package in advance is the best to avoid the last minutes of tension and save money on flight tickets and hotel stays. Yearly more than 2 million pilgrims come here under a Char Dham tour package.

9.I wish to take my family to Char Dham temple. Is it possible to travel and safe to go there?

Yes, it would help if you came here under a Char Dham Yatra family package, including flight/train tickets, SUV, tour guide, food, and hotel accommodation.

10. Are Char Dham a tourist-friendly place in Uttrakhand?

Yes, Char Dham is a tourist-friendly place in Uttrakhand. The Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri have much nature, trekking trial places, waterfalls, and woods to enjoy by tourists and pilgrims.

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