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Chardham Package With Gaumukh

Overview

The Yatra package “Char Dham Yatra with Gaumukh” is the best one for having the visit to “Gaumukh” the place where the holy waters of Ganga trickle down from the glaciers. Therefore, it’s the place of incomparable divine and spiritual beauty. Due to its cow like shape in the past, sages named it Gaumukh. But, today it’s not in the same shape, however. The Gaumukh glacier is the source of Bhagirathi (Ganga) and is held in high esteem by the devouts who do not miss the opportunity to have the holy dip in the bone-chilling icy water. It is 18 km. from Gangotri. At about 14 Km from this place, there is Ashram (Camp) at Bhojbasa. Lodging and other facilities are available at Gangotri. From Chirbasa, which is very nearest to the Gaumukh, one can get a clear view of the Bhagirathi Peak.

Chardham yatra with gaumukh

Another name to the Gangotri Glacier is the Gaumukh and is in Uttarkashi District. Gaumukh is the source of the River Ganges. The Gaumukh glacier is about 30 kilometers long and 2 to 4 Km broad. There are the peaks of the Gangotri Group, around the glacier. The huge Gaumukh glacier, which somewhat resembles the mouth of a cow. (Gau-mukh implies the cow’s mouth in Hindi). Further up from Gaumukh is Tapovan, a trekker’s heaven and base for many challenging mountaineering journeys.

Tour Itinerary

Upon arrival at Haridwar/Dehradun Railway Station / Airport / Hotel, meet our representative and further assisted to vehicle. Later drive straight towards Barkot via Mussoorie. En-route visit and witness the beauty of Kempty falls. Further move towards Barkot. By reaching at Barkot, check-in to the hotel for Overnight stay.

Haridwar: Haridwar means “Hari Ka Dwar” or the “gateway to the almighty Lord”. Belongs to the Jagatpalak “Vishnu”, this place is highly auspicious where you feel the real divine power and spirituality. Located on the banks of River Ganges, this is the one of holiest destination for organizing the Kumbh. Also, it’s the place having the most auspicious Har Ki Pauri which belongs to the Saint god Bharathi, and the King Vikarma (belongs to Vikram Vetal). Therefore, it’s the place you must visit for at least once.

Barkot Weather: The sweat summer has the temperature range between 25 to 30 degree Celsius. During the winter, the temperature may go down to 5 to 10 degree Celsius though, but you may feel pleasantly cool during the day time.

Early morning by 5 AM, start the drive to Jankichatti / Phoolchatti. From this place start the trek ahead towards the darshan of Shree Yamunotri Ji (6kms) (A person can reach Yamunotri either by walk or by horse or by Doli at your own cost). By reaching have the holy bath in Jamunabai Kund’s TaptKund (Hot water spring) and have the darshan of Yamunotri Ji. Spend the time in the temple surrounded by beautiful hills/mountains. Later trek back to Jankichatti and catch the vehicle. Then further proceed to Barkot hotel for Overnight stay.

Yamunotri Temple: This most auspicious temple belongs to the Goddess Yamuna. As per belief, she is the daughter of God Son and the sister of Yam and Lord Shani. Therefore, doing the worship here gives you a lot more than the feelings of real spirituality and Divine power. Here, you get the blessing of courage and confidence. Also, the fear of facing difficulties and getting death moves away from you. In addition to, the “Lord of Justice” Shani forgives your bad Karmas or gives you very lesser punishment during the Sadhe-Sati and Dhaiya Period.

Surya Kund: This hot water spring belongs to the Sun God. It’s one of the naturally very hot water Kund, therefore, if you are visiting here for the very first time, you may get it a bit difficult to have a dip here, but things get normal automatically latter on. Taking the holy dip here washes out all your sins, and generates the divine nature in you. Also, devotees Potatoes and Rice here with the temperature of this Water. They offer that to the temple.

Divya Shila: This holy stone pillar is near the Yamunotri temple and the Surya Kund. This 3000 m tall stone pillar is so much auspicious that before entering the Yamunotri temple, devotees must worship the holy pillar.

Yamunotri Weather: During summer, the temperature ranges between 10 to 18 degree Celsius, and the day times are very pleasant however, but you may feel the nail-biting cold at night.

After hearty breakfast, depart from Barkot hotel between 9 AM to 10 AM and drive straight towards Uttarkashi. On arrival at Uttarkashi, check-in at the hotel and relax yourself. If time permits evening visit Kashi Vishwanath Temple & Uttarkashi market. Later return back to hotel for Dinner & Overnight stay.

Uttarkashi: “Uttarkashi” the dev Bhoomi which literally means “Kashi of the north” is one of the holy places in Hinduism. In addition, to have the natural and the devotional beauty, here you have lots of fun adventurous activities to enjoy. Dodital lake, Nicheketa Lake, Dodital Dayara Pass Trek, Dayara Bugyal trek are some of the famous attractions to visit here. Therefore, you must visit this place at least once.

Vishwanath temple: This holy temple is in the name of Lord Shiva, and full of amazing wonders. As for example, there’s a Trishul which is 8 foot 9-inch-long and has the 26 feet height. Also, inside the temple, there is a Shivlinga which is 56 cm high and having the elevation towards the south. As per belief, the tour to Gangotri is incomplete without visiting this temple, and therefore, this temple is highly important. Out of the temple, there is Nandi Baba guarding the temple premises. As per belief, in this right now, it’s the only place where Lord Shiva is present in his Swyambhu Shivlinga form.

Shakti Temple: The Shakti temple of Uttarkashi is one of the famous and holy temples in Hinduism. This temple directly belongs to Mata Shakti. Therefore, a place where Mata herself listens to you and helps you. Inside the temple, there is a trident that is 6 m tall, and 90 cm in diameter. As per devotees, if you try moving this Trishul with all your body weight, you can’t any success, but if you try the same with just your fingertips, you can easily do it. It’s really a miracle if true. About this Trishul, there is a belief that it’s the original weapon of Goddess Durga that she threw to kill demons. Therefore, you must visit this place at least once.

Uttarkashi Weather: Very hot summer season having the temperature between 30 to 35 degree Celsius, but at night, you may feel the pleasant cool weather.

Early morning leave the hotel and start the drive to Gangotri by 5 AM, visit Gangnanione and take a holy dip in Tapt Kund (Hot Spring). Further proceed to Gangotri via stunning Harsil Valley. Harsil is renowned for its natural beauty and for the majestic sights of the Deodar trees and mountains. On arrival at Shree Gangotri Ji, take a holy dip in the sacred river Ganges, which also called as Bhagirathi at its origin. Perform Pooja and Darshan, after that relax for some time in the charming environment. By mid-noon, start the trek towards Bhojbasa via Chirbasa. Today’s complete trek will be along with the thriving of Bhagirathi River. After crossing Chirbasa, the landscape becomes isolated and in fact, it been denoted as Arctic Tundra by many famous trekkers. Further trek towards Bhojbasa after crossing Chirbasa. By reaching at Bhojbasa, stay in the campsite besides the river. There is a small temple located near the river and have the darshan. Evening explore the area and admire the sunset on Bhagirathi group of peaks. Overnight stay at Bhojbasa camp.

Gangotri Temple: This holy temple belongs to the goddess Ganga. She is the Goddess of Moksha. Therefore, if she gets happy with you, you get yourself free from all your sins. Also, she makes your soul free from the cycle of life and death. With her blessing, you get a permanent respectful position in heaven. Therefore, it’s the place where you must visit. It’s the place where the goddess Ganga came first when Lord Shiva released her from his hair lock. It was Gorkha General Amar Singh Thapa who constructed this temple in the 18th Century, on the bank of river Bhagirathi.

Gangotri Weather: During the summer season, the maximum temperature can reach to 20 degrees Celsius during the day times, and at nights, the temperature may fall down to 10 degrees Celsius, and the weather gets chillier. During winter, weather becomes life threatening, and also the heavy snowfall blocks the pathway. Therefore, the pathway remains closed during the season.

Early morning relish the panoramic view of Bhagirathi peaks. After breakfast, start the trek towards Gomukh (3890mt), the source of the Ganges. Gomukh is place where the water of Ganga seeps down from the glaciers. Sages call it as ‘Gomukh’, because in the distant past, it probably seemed like a cow’s mouth. Further ahead towards to Tapovan. Once reached, enjoy the majestic view of mountains, peaks and admire towards the beautiful surroundings. Later trek back to Bhojbasa camp for overnight stay.

After morning breakfast, start the return trek to Gangotri. Once reached at Gangotri, catch the vehicle and drive towards Uttarkashi. On arrival at Uttarkashi check in to hotel for Overnight stay.

Uttarkashi: “Uttarkashi” the dev Bhoomi which literally means “Kashi of the north” is one of the holy places in Hinduism. In addition, to have the natural and the devotional beauty, here you have lots of fun adventurous activities to enjoy. Dodital lake, Nicheketa Lake, Dodital Dayara Pass Trek, Dayara Bugyal trek are some of the famous attractions to visit here. Therefore, you must visit this place at least once.

Vishwanath temple: This holy temple is in the name of Lord Shiva, and full of amazing wonders. As for example, there’s a Trishul which is 8 foot 9-inch-long and has the 26 feet height. Also, inside the temple, there is a Shivlinga which is 56 cm high and having the elevation towards the south. As per belief, the tour to Gangotri is incomplete without visiting this temple, and therefore, this temple is highly important. Out of the temple, there is Nandi Baba guarding the temple premises. As per belief, in this right now, it’s the only place where Lord Shiva is present in his Swyambhu Shivlinga form.

Shakti Temple: The Shakti temple of Uttarkashi is one of the famous and holy temples in Hinduism. This temple directly belongs to Mata Shakti. Therefore, a place where Mata herself listens to you and helps you. Inside the temple, there is a trident that is 6 m tall, and 90 cm in diameter. As per devotees, if you try moving this Trishul with all your body weight, you can’t any success, but if you try the same with just your fingertips, you can easily do it. It’s really a miracle if true. About this Trishul, there is a belief that it’s the original weapon of Goddess Durga that she threw to kill demons. Therefore, you must visit this place at least once.

Uttarkashi Weather: Very hot summer season having the temperature between 30 to 35 degree Celsius, but at night, you may feel the pleasant cool weather.

Depart from Uttarkashi hotel post breakfast, drive down to Sitapur by 8 AM via Moolgarh & Lambgoan. En-route visit stunning river Mandakini at Tilwara. The Mandakini river flows from Kedarnath, drive alongside the river to reach Guptakashi and also visit Ardh Narishwar Temple in Guptakashi. Later check in to the hotel for Overnight stay at Sitapur/Guptakshi.

Option 1: By Helicopter: Early morning after breakfast, drive to Helipad at Guptkashi / Phata or Sersi, according to the reporting time provided by the Helicopter Company and board the helicopter for Shri Kedarnath Ji. After 15 minutes of flying, reach at helipad at Kedarnath Ji, have darshan & Perform Pooja, and overnight Stay at Kedarnath ji or can return and stay at Sitapur.

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Option 2: By Trek: Early morning check-out at 3 AM from the Hotel and drive to Sonprayag and catch the government jeep over there for GauriKund (6 Kms / Charges Rs. 10/-). From there start the trek to Shri Kedarnath Ji. After 19kms / 8hrs trek reach at Kedarnath Ji, have darshan and perform Pooja. Overnight Stay at Kedarnath Ji or can return back and stay at Sitapur.

Kedarnath: The Kedarnath shrine is one of the 12 jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, is a place of utmost importance among Hindus. Kedar is a name of Lord Shiva. As per various Sculptures, the Pandavas after the victory over the Kaurava in the Mahabharata Battle felt guilty of having killed their own cousins and sought the blessings of Lord Shiva so as to get themselves free from this evil work. Shiva was angry with Pandavas, and therefore, he was not in the mood to meet them. Therefore, Lord Shiva got converted into the form of a bull. But, Bhim recognized him. At the same time, Shiva started getting disappeared into the ground, but Bhim tried pushing him out. During the process, hump remained outside. The Shivalinga in Kedarnath today, is actually that hump.

Kedarnath Weather: Generally, cold throughout the year because of the higher altitude. Even during the summer, the temperature does not cross the 20 degree Celsius. It’s the most pleasant period. However, during the winter, you may feel the severe cold as the temperature may go town to 0 degree Celsius or even less.

Option 1: Stayed at Kedarnath: Early Morning reach to helipad and catch the helicopter. Fly back to Sitapur and proceed to Govindghat (170 kms / 7 hrs). En-route visit Ukhimath (Winter adobe of Kedarnath Ji). On arrival check-in to the hotel for Overnight stay at Govindghat.

Option 2: Returned on Same day: If returned from Kedarnath on Same day and staying at Sitapur, Morning after breakfast check-out from the hotel and proceed to Govindghat (170 kms / 7 hrs). En-route visit Ukhimath (Winter adobe of Kedarnath Ji). By reaching Check-in at the hotel for Overnight stay at Govindghat.

Option 3: By Trek: By Trek: Early morning start the trek again and reach Gaurikund. Further drive to Sitapur for the Overnight Stay.

Option 1: Morning after breakfast, Check-out from the hotel for Badrinath Darshan (30 kms / 2-3 hrs). Pilgrims can have a bath in the Tapt Kund and the Darshan of Badrivishal & Aarti in evening. Brahamakapal is significant for Pinddan Shraddh of ancestors (Pitrus). There is other interesting sightseeing spot like Mana, Vyas Gufa, Maatamoorti, Charanpaduka, Bhimkund and the “Mukh” of the Saraswati River. Just within the three kms of Badrinathjee. Dinner & Overnight stay at Badrinath.

Option 2: (If Trekked) Morning check-out the hotel from Sitapur and proceed to Badrinath (180 kms / 8-9hrs). En-route visit Ukhimath (Winter adobe of Kedarnath Ji). On arrival pilgrims can have a bath in the Taptkundhave and the Darshan of Badrivishal & Aarti in evening. Brahamakapal is significant for Pinddan Shraddh of ancestors (Pitrus). There is other interesting sightseeing spot like Mana, Vyas Gufa, Maatamoorti, Charanpaduka, Bhimkund and the “Mukh” of the Saraswati River. Just within the three kms of Badrinathjee. Dinner & Overnight stay at Badrinath.

Badrinath: Near the Alakhnanda river, this highly auspicious temple belongs to Lord Vishnu. it is one of the Char Dham, and therefore, the place of utmost importance in Hinduism. This temple is at a height of 10,279 feet. The lofty snow-clad Himalaya that surrounds this Dham, makes it look amazingly beautiful. It was Adi Sankaracharya who established it. The Badrinath temple has a Tapt Kund, which is highly auspicious and has some unbelievable medicinal properties. The Alakhnanda river originates from here. It is placed between the mountain ranges of Nar and Narayana.

Tapt Kund: Situated on the bank of the river Alakhnanda, and near the Badrinarayan temple, the Tapt Kund is actually the Sulphur Kund. As per belief, it’s actually the Agni Dev himself who got this form because of getting the boon from Lord Vishnu.

Mana Village: Mana Village the perfect place for trekking, is the last village of India. This beautiful village is very nearer to the Badrinath, and therefore, a must-visit place during your visit to the Badrinath. This village has some highly famous caves such as the Vyas caves and many more. The Vyas cave belongs to the Mahabharata Period. Also, all other caves here, have some great religious and historical importance.

Vasundhara: The Vasundhara waterfall is 5 Km away from the Mana Village, and very nearer to the Badrinath Dham. As per belief, if you have ever committed any evil work, this waterfall will divert away from you.

Bhim Pul: This stone bridge on the river Saraswati does actually belongs to the Mahabharta Period. As per belief, it was Bheem (One of the Pandavas) who built this bridge so as to cross the river Saraswati. The Stone natural bridge and the Saraswati river gushing through it makes this place look stunning and beautiful.

Vyas Gufa: The famous Gufa whereas per belief, Maharshi Vyas spoke the Mahabharta, and lord Ganesha wrote that. It is near the Mana village.

Badrinath Weather: During the summer, the temperature ranges between 8 to 18 degree Celsius, and therefore sufficiently perfect to have the tour. But, during the winter season with heavy snow falls, and the temperature down to 0 to 5 degree Celsius, makes the tour possibility terrible. Therefore, the place remains closed for tourists during the season.

Morning after darshan & breakfast, check-out from the hotel & drive to Rudraprayag/Srinagar via Joshimath. En-route visit Narsing Temple (winter abode of Shree Badrinath Ji) at Joshimath. Later proceed for Rudraprayag/Srinagar. En route visit Nand Prayag and Karna Prayag. On arrival, check-in at the hotel for dinner & overnight stay.

Rudraprayag: At the confluence of river Alaknanda and river Mandakini, the Rudraprayag is highly famous among Hindus. This place looks amazingly beautiful and is the gateway to the Badrinath and Kedarnath.

Rudraprayag Weather: Very hot summer season with the temperature ranging between 35 to 40 degree Celsius, and therefore not preferred time to have the visit. However, during the winter the weather remains pleasant during the day times, and therefore, best for having the tour. During night times in winter season, the temperature may lie between 5 to 20 degree Celsius, and therefore, you may feel the severe cold.

After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and visit Sangam at Rudraprayag, where Alaknanda and Mandakini meets together. Later proceed to Haridwar to complete the spiritual yatra. En-route visit Dhari Devi Temple, Dev Prayag (one among panch prayag) & Rishikesh. On arrival get dropped at Haridwar for your onwards journey.

Rishikesh: The holy place Rishikesh is adventurous activities, ancient temples, and amazing natural beauty. It is also famous as the Yoga capital of the world and celebrates the international yoga festival every year. It is located in the foothill of holy Himalaya and along with the convergence of holy Ganga and the Chandrabhage river. White Water Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Flying Fox, Mountain Biking, and a lot more adventures to do here. Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Triveni Ghat, and lot more devotional and spiritual places are here to make to feel the real peace and divine values. Therefore, you must visit this place whenever possible.

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Package Inclusions / Exclusions

Inclusions:
  • Hotel accommodation as per the package same or similar hotels.
  • Transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary.
  • Breakfast and Dinner on fixed menu basis.
  • Only Room in Kedarnath Ji without meal.
  • All toll tax, parking, fuel and driver allowances.
  • All applicable hotel and transport taxes.
Exclusions:
  • Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
  • GST@5% will be extra.
  • Lunch & Snacks does not include in Package.
  • All personal expenses, laundry charges, liquors, mineral water, telephone charges.
  • Medical and travel insurance.
  • Any kind of entry fee.
  • Porter, pony, horse, cable car, boat, train tickets, air tickets charges.
  • Helicopter Ticket for Kedarnath Ji (To& Fro)
  • VIP Darshan or special Pooja arrangements.
Supplementary Charges
  • Horses Charges for Yamunotri Ji – Rs. 900 to 1500/- (one way). The cost may vary according to the demand & supply
  • Palki Charges for Yamunotri Ji – Rs. 2500-3500/- (one way). The cost may vary according to the demand & supply
  • Horses Charges for Kedarnath Ji – Rs. 1500-2500/- (one way). The cost may vary according to the demand & supply
  • Palki Charges for Kedarnath Ji – Rs. 7500-9500/- (both way). The cost may vary according to the demand & supply

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