Chardham Yatra By Helicopter

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CHARDHAM BY HELICOPTER

  Duration: 5 Nights / 6 Days

INCLUSION:

  • Helicopter

  • Hotel

  • VIP Darshan

  • Meal

  • Transfer

Yamunotri Gangotri Kedarnath Badrinath

ALL INCLUSIVE:   INR 1,95,000   / Per Person

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CHARDHAM BY HELICOPTER

  Duration: 1 Nights / 2 Days

INCLUSION:

  • Helicopter

  • Hotel

  • VIP Darshan

  • Meal

  • Transfer

Yamunotri Gangotri Kedarnath Badrinath

ALL INCLUSIVE:   INR 1,50,000   / Per Person

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Do Dham by Helicopter

  Duration: 2 Nights / 3 Days

INCLUSION:

  • Helicopter

  • Hotel

  • VIP Darshan

  • Meal

  • Transfer

Kedarnath Badrinath

ALL INCLUSIVE:   INR 1,20,000   / Per Person

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Badrinath Yatra By Helicopter

  Duration: Same Day

INCLUSION:

  • Helicopter

  • Hotel

  • VIP Darshan

  • Meal

  • Transfer

Badrinath

ALL INCLUSIVE:   INR 75,000   / Per Person

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Kedarnath Yatra By Helicopter

  Duration: Same Day

INCLUSION:

  • Helicopter

  • Hotel

  • VIP Darshan

  • Meal

  • Transfer

Kedarnath

ALL INCLUSIVE:   INR 75,000   / Per Person

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Chardham yatra by helicopter

  Duration: 5 Nights / 6 Days

INCLUSION:

  • Helicopter

  • Hotel

  • VIP Darshan

  • Meal

  • Transfer

Yamunotri Gangotri Kedarnath Badrinath

ALL INCLUSIVE:   INR 1,95,000   / Per Person


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FAQ's


Passengers would be taken on board depending up on the load and temperature conditions. Pilots call will be final. Maximum weight capacity of the helicopter is 420 kg (excluding baggage weight) at these destinations. All passengers on board must be within this limit. Hence, passengers are advised to provide us their exact weights at the time of booking and carry baggage within the permissible limit.

Only one handbag weighing a Maximum of 2 kgs is allowed per passenger.

Only certain mobile networks function at these remote locations and data services may not work.

Kharsali (Yamunotri): Airtel, BSNL
Harsil (Gangotri): BSNL
Sersi: Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL
Kedarnath: BSNL
Badrinath: BSNL

Incase your mobile network does not work, you can always use our Base Managers phone at all locations.



( 1 ) Take Palkis/Horses instead of trekking to avoid high altitude sickness.

( 2 ) Take short breaks to catch your breath when tired.

( 3 ) Notice any symptoms such as extreme tiredness, headache, nausea, loss of appetite or vomiting.

( 4 ) Saree is NOT a suitable dress for the Yatra. Salwar Kameez, pant-shirt or a track suit will be better. Ladies who are more than 6 week pregnant shall not be allowed to undertake the pilgrimage.

( 5 ) Keep spare clothes and eatables in a suitable water proof bag.

( 6 ) Carry some cold cream/Vaseline/sunscreen to protect your hands /face against sunburn etc.

( 7 ) Keep in your pocket your identity card with emergency contact number, incase of an emergency.

Don’ts

Don’t stop at places which are marked by warning notices.

( 1 ) Don’t exert yourself too much and go out of breath.

( 2 ) Don’t ignore any symptoms such as extreme tiredness, headache, nausea, loss of appetite or vomiting.

( 3 ) Don’t stop at places which are marked by warning notices.

( 4 ) Don’t use slippers. Only wear trekking / sports shoes with laces.

( 5 ) Don’t attempt any short cuts on the route as doing so would be dangerous.

( 6 ) Don’t trek alone. Always stay together as a group. Your mobile network may not work.

In the summer months of May –June if it is sunny it the weather can be quite pleasant and you can wear light clothes. However, due to the high altitude, the climate is highly unpredictable and changes abruptly from sunny weather to heavy rain and the weather can gets cold quickly.

During September - October , temperatures can sometimes abruptly fall to 5 degrees Celsius or lower. Passengers are advised to be prepared for cold / wet weather and carry this list of essential items:

(1) Trousers (preferably waterproof).

(2) Adequate woolen clothing

(3) Small umbrella

(4) Raincoat / Wind cheater

(5) Waterproof trekking shoes

(6) torch

(7) Warm Cap

(8) Gloves

(9) Woolen socks

(10) Spare clothes

All of the four dhams are situated at a high altitude, ranging between 8500 ft – 11500 ft. Kedarnath Dham being the highest at 11500 ft. Being at such a high altitude involves exposure to extreme cold, low humidity, increased ultra violet radiations and reduced air pressure and oxygen

Since your chardham yatra is only for 2 days, the body may not get enough time to acclimatize and adjust to the low oxygen levels, therefore you must not exert yourself, go slow and always catch your breath. If anyone exerts themselves too much too quickly, depending on individual fitness levels, some of the common high altitude sicknesses and their symptoms are listed below:


( 1 ) Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS): AMS is the most common form of mountain sickness and may occur after you ascend to altitudes above 2500 m.
Symptoms: Breathing problems, headache, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, weakness, dizziness and difficulty in sleeping.

( 2 ) High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE): HACE is a severe form of AMS and occurs due to swelling of the brain tissue which may eventually impair the brain. The illness often manifests itself at night and may result in coma/ death within hours.
Symptoms: Breathing problems, headache, fatigue, visual impairment, bladder dysfunction, bowel dysfunction, disorientation and partial paralysis.

( 3 ) High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE): HAPE results in respiratory failure due to accumulation of fluid in the lungs. HAPE manifests itself at night (typically the second night of climbing in high altitude areas), progresses rapidly and may lead to fatality within hours.
Symptoms: Shortness of breath even when resting, persistent dry cough, bright red stained sputum, weakness, fatigue, drowsiness, chest tightness, congestion and increased heart rate. Younger people are held to be more susceptible to this ailment as, in exuberance, they are inclined to over exert while trekking.

Flying in hills are subject to many factors like delayed clearances from Air Force & Civil Aviation, VVIP movements, valley flying by Indian Air Force (NOTAM), bad weather, sudden occurrence of technical snag in helicopter, illness of flying crew or late reporting of the guests at the helipads.

Any passenger weighing above 80 Kg, shall have to pay extra weight charges @ INR 250/kg for the excess weight, toward the extra weight charges against Palki at Yamunotri, & shuttle service at Sersi on direct payment basis.

Our company shall not be liable for any medical emergency on the ground to the party. Therefore, in your own interest, guests are hereby advised to kindly consult a doctor and get medical check-up done, before commencing the yatra. Medical check-up is mainly required if a guest has any medical suffering/condition.

Any donations, tips, pitthu and porter charges shall be borne by the guests only.

Single Supplement @ INR 15,000/- shall be extra chargeable, in case any guest wishes to stay in a single occupancy room at the hotels.

CARRIAGE BY AIR ACT, 1972
The carriage is subject to thechardhamyatra Services regulations relating to the conditions of Non-International Carriage (Passenger and Baggage) framed in accordance with The Carriage by Air Act, 1972 and Notification regarding application of the carriage which is noninternational.
The liability of the company for damage sustained in the event of the death or wounding of a passenger or any other bodily injuiry suffered by passenger or by his registered baggage during the course of carriage by air will be governed by the provisions of sections 4,5,6 and the rules contained in the second Schedule of Carriage by Air Act 1972 with certain exceptions, adaptations, modifications, etc as notified in the Govt. of India, Ministry of Civil Aviation Notification and as amended from time to time.

NO AERIAL PHOTOPGRAPHY
Aerial Photography from Helicopter is illegal and punishable by law and photography at the helipad is strictly prohibited.

INFANTS
Infant below 2 years/12kg are carried free of charge. In case of verification of age, ID proof/birth certificate of the child shall be checked.

HAND BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE
Only one handbag weighing a maximum of 5 kgs is allowed per passenger.

HELICOPTER WEIGHT LIMTATION
Passengers would be taken on board depending up on the load and temperature conditions. Pilots call will be final. Maximum weight capacity of the helicopter is 420 kg (excluding baggage weight) at these destinations. All passengers on board must be within this limit. Hence, passengers are advised to provide us their exact weights at the time of booking and carry baggage within the permissible limit.

DISPUTES
Disputes as to legality, interpretation, application or performance of service or any of its terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of Delhi Jurisdiction.

PAYMENT TERMS
The booking has to be done in advance with a deposit of 50% of the charter amount. Full amount has to be deposited 7 days prior to date of journey.

Rescheduling of booking to a next date will be done subject to availability and on payment of 10% of the cost. This will be permitted only if informed 7 days before arrival date. In case the rescheduling is requested with less than 7 days to the arrival, then the booking would be treated as cancelled and a fresh booking will be given subject to availability

CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY
If passengers wish to cancel their booking then they will have to pay following cancellation charges
(1) More than 15 days before the departure date — 30% of total charter amount
(2) Between 08th to 15th day before departure date — 50% of total charter amount
(3) Up to 07th day before the departure date — No Refund.
(4) No show – No Refund.
(5) Bad weather – Full refund toward the proportionate amount of the unutilized sector(s), minus INR 20,000 toward the flight preparation and ground arrangement charges.

BAD WEATHER SITUATION
(1) Our obligation toward this charter is up to the 4N/5D period of your Chardham yatra. Dehradun night stay is only a complimentary stay provided by us. The actual flying commences from day 02 of your tour.
(2) In case the journey is not finished within the stipulated time and passengers are not able to visit one or more Dhams due to bad weather conditions/technical reasons, then the company will try to visit all places within the stipulated time, by covering more than 02 dhams in one single day. Although if this is not possible then the liability of the company will be limited to refund (as mentioned in our cancellation/refunds policy) of unutilized sectors.
(3) If we are stuck in a bad weather situation on any particular day out of the 5 days, we will still try to finish the darshan on next day. Suppose there is bad weather on 3rd day, and we are unable to fly to Kedarnath then we will try to do both Kedarnath and Badrinath on 4th day. In case it is not possible to visit any dham due to bad weather situation, we will refund proportionate money (as per the cancellation/refunds policy). This means that, if due to any reason we are unable to do 2 dhams then we will refund 50% payment (minus the flight preparation/ground arrangement charges).
(4) In case for 5 straight days there is no flying due to bad weather/technical reasons, guests will be refunded full refund toward the charter, minus the flight preparation charges (as per the cancellation/refunds policy).

Bookings will be accepted, only on acceptance of the above-mentioned terms and conditions by the guests. In case of bookings through a tour operator/travel agent, the same shall be applicable.

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