2 Nights Itinerary Covering: Srinagar - Baltal - Panjtarni - Amarnath Cave - Srinagar
Book a tour package of Amarnath Yatra by helicopter in 2023 at the best cost with us. Each year thousands of pilgrims take on this difficult pilgrimage to a small cave located in the Himalayas. The place is believed to be pious because a Swayambhu (self-manifested) Shivling appears at this place every year. Lord Shiva is considered one of the most revered gods in Hindu mythology and is regarded as the destructor of evil forces. Going on an Amarnath Yatra is the dream of every Hindu as the place holds special significance in the Hindu religion. The Amarnath shrine is inaccessible to humans for most of the year because of its location in the Himalayas, and snow is covered at the cave entrance most of the time.
Many pilgrims find it difficult to traverse the rocky terrain in adverse weather conditions. For them, our Amarnath Yatra helicopter package proves to be a boon. We arrange the Amarnath Yatra tour package by helicopter, which makes the yatra easier. We also provide comfortable accommodations, swift transfers, delicious meals, and sightseeing during the tour. Go through Amarnath Yatra by helicopter details and contact us for a tailor-made package.
On the first day of your Amarnath Yatra by helicopter 2023 package, we will provide you with an assisted transfer from Srinagar Airport to Sonmarg, where the warm bed and courteous staff await you at your chosen hotel. The rest of the day is at your leisure. You can stroll nearby the resort and explore the enchanting beauty of this place.
Overnight stay will be at the hotel in Sonmarg.
Wake up to chirping birds and beautiful natural scenery in Sonmarg on the second day of your Amarnath Yatra by helicopter tour package. First, we will arrange for your transfer to Neelgrath in Baltal. Neelgrath is where the helipad is located and where a helicopter will be waiting for you to take you to Amarnath Cave.
Depending upon the weather conditions, the helicopters in Baltal operate between 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This helicopter will take off from Baltal and drop you at Panchtarni. From the Panchtarni helipad, the Amarnath cave is located 6 kilometers further up on the mountain.
The Amarnath Cave is a 2-hour trek from Panchtarni. For those who cannot walk, ponies, as well as palki rides, are available. An aura of spirituality and peace engulfs the Amarnath Cave. Lose yourself in the out-of-the-world serenity of this place. Even though thousands of pilgrims visit the Amarnath Cave every year, your mind will feel unperturbed when you stand in front of the lord.
The beautiful ice Shivling will captivate your mind, and you will feel oneness with Lord Shiva when you bow down your head and chant 'Om Namah Shivay'. Apart from the main attraction, the beautiful ice Shivling, two small lingams in the Amarnath cave represent Maa Parvati and Lord Ganesh.
Once you have finished your Darshan in the Amarnath cave, we head back towards Panchtarni, from where a helicopter will take you back to Neelgrath. From Neelgrath, we will move towards Sonamarg. Overnight stay will be at Sonamarg.
After a leisurely breakfast, we will assist you in a smooth transfer to the Srinagar airport for your onward journey.
Have a sumptuous breakfast on the houseboat in Srinagar, after which we will assist your transfer to the Srinagar Airport for your return journey. Book a tour of the Amarnath helicopter Yatra with us, which will take you deep into the heart of the Himalayas, where you will find peace and tranquility.
The significance of Amarnath Yatra
There is an interesting story behind Amarnath Yatra. According to Hindu belief, the Amarnath cave was the very place that Lord Shiva selected to dispel the secrets of immortality to Goddess Parvati. So one day, when Parvati asked why he wore the Mundamala (bread of heads), Shiva replied that he did so to keep account of every time Parvati died and was reborn.
Parvati asked him to share the secrets of immortality so that she could always be with Mahadev.
Mahadev made up his mind to tell the secret of immortality to Parvati. Still, for that, he needed a secluded place where no living being could disturb them or overhear the secret of immortality.
The story goes that Shiv Ji did not even take his favorite accomplices with him to Amarnath. Leaving Nandi at Pahalgam, he released the moon from his hair at Chandanwari and let go of the snakes at Lake Sheshnag. Mahadev did not even take his son Ganesha to Amarnath and left him at Mahagunas Parvat. The five elements from which all life forms are made (Earth, fire, water, sky, and air) were left at Panchtarni.
Taking extra precautions, Mahadev created a Rudra called Kalagni and ordered the Rudra to eliminate every living thing in the vicinity of the holy cave. But, in spite of all this, two eggs that lay under the deerskin of Mahadev on which he was sitting, survived and heard the secret of immortality.
Pigeons hatched from these eggs and became immortal along with goddess Parvati.
Ans: Amarnath Cave is situated 6 km away from the Panjtarni helipad.
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