1 Night Itinerary Covering: Dehradun - Gangotri – Yamunotri - Kedarnath -Badrinath
Chardham Yatra is the staircase that leads pilgrims step by step closer to salvation. Beginning from Gangotri, the sojourn leads to Yamunotri, Kedarnath, and concludes on Badrinath. These four holy sites are part of the Chota Char Dham of Uttarakhand and highly revered by Hindus.
Begin the spiritual journey of Chardham Yatra by helicopter in 2021, and get a memorable experience in Uttarakhand. For the total cost of Chardham Yatra package you can contact us.
Gangotri Dham & Yamunotri Dham
Your Char dham Yatra tour by helicopter commences with your arrival at Sahastradhara helipad from where you will board a flight to Harsil. Upon your arrival at Harsil, drive towards Gangotri Dham from where River Ganga originates. It is one of the holiest pilgrimage sites for Hindus and the Dham is dedicated to Goddess Ganga. Soak in the spiritual aura and admire the ecstatic beauty of this place.
Later, drive back to Harsil and board a flight to Kharsali. On your arrival at Kharsali, you will be assisted by our representative who will arrange Pony or Palki (palanquin) as per availability. The temple stands near Kalind Peak foot. Pay homage at the temple and head back to your hotel in Kharsali.
Have a hearty meal at the hotel and slip into your beds for a refreshing sleep.
Kedarnath Dham & Badrinath Temple
Greet the day with a delicious breakfast and get ready for another unparalleled experience. Drive towards Kharsali helipad to board a flight to Phata. Upon your arrival, you will head towards Kedarnath Dham which is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is among the 12 Jyotirlingas. The temple is located on the Garhwal Himalayan range near Mandakini River. After the VIP Darshan at Kedarnath, head towards the helipad to board the flight for Badrinath.
Upon your arrival in Badrinath, visit the temple for VIP Darshan. The temple is among the 108 Divya Desams dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Soak in the blissful aura and admire the breathtaking landscapes.
Later, you will be transferred to Sahastradhara Helipad in Dehradun to board a chopper for your journey back home.
Ans: Yes, visitors at present are allowed for Chardham Yatra after the unlock 4.0. Pilgrims from other states of India will now be able to visit the four holy shrines of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri, and Gangotri. The non-residential devotees will have to register themselves on the government smart city portal and A minimum two-days booking at hotels was compulsory for those visiting the state.
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