15 Days from USD 1750 onwards

Delhi | Bhubneshwar | Puri | Konark | Mumbai | Jamnagar | Dwarka | Somnath | Madurai | Rameshwaram | Haridwar | Delhi | Guptkashi | Phata | Kedarnath | Jyotirmath | Badrinath | Srinagar | Shivpuri | Rishikesh | Delhi

Char Dham Yatra India is known to be the holiest tour in Hinduism and this 15 day long journey will take you on this yatra with complete ease and comfort. During this tour, you will visit all the major pilgrimage spots of India. You will have darshans in the temples of Hindu Gods like Lord Jagganath, Sri Krishna, Shiva, Parvati, Sun God, Ganga and many others. The temples and holy places you will be taken to be known to have blessed its visitors with prosperity and happiness. All your sorrows will be at bay if you pay a sincere visit to these places. Visit Jagannath Temple of Puri Darshan in Konark's Sun Temple Pay a visit to Shree Krishna's Dwarikadish Temple Offer prayers in oldest Jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva in Somnath Visit Rameshwaram Temple Bathe in Ganga and wash off your sins Visit Kedarnath and Badrinath Attend Ganga Arti in Parmarth Niketan in Rishikesh

Chardham Yatra is one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimages consisting of four shrines named as Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath in Uttarakhand. It is believed that these holy shrines were established by the great saint "Sri Adi Shankracharya" during the 8th Century. Every year as the snow melts in the upper reaches of Himalayas, the portal for these Char Dhams are opened for the annual pilgrimage tours in the month of May. Chardham Yatra tour continues till November. After the snowfall in the month of November the portals of Chardham are closed for the next six months. Chardham Yatra is not an easy trek. Whereas Do Dhams - Gangotri & Yamunotri - are completely accessible by vehicles, the other two of the Char Dhams - Kedarnath & Badrinath - require long trek to reach to the shrine. Kedarnath Dham requires the lengthiest and the toughest trek among all of them. As per Hindu mythology, a visit of Chardham yatra once in a lifetime; not only remove all your sins but also free your soul from the cycle of birth & death and brings your soul to the heaven, which is considered as "Moksha".


Day 1: Arrival in Bhubneshwar

In Bhubneshwar airport, meet our tour representative and get transferred to Puri. Visit Puri's famous Jagannath Temple. By late evening check-in to the hotel room and stay overnight.

Day 2: Puri- Konark- Bhubneshwar

In the morning, after breakfast, head to Konark. Konark is popular for its Sun Temple, dedicated to Hindu's Sun God (Surya Devta). Later drive back to Bhubneshwar and stay overnight in the room.

Day 3: Bhubneshwar- Mumbai – Jamnagar

After breakfast, depart for Bhubneshwar Airport and board flight to Jamnagar, via Mumbai. On reaching Jamnagar Airport, leave for Dwarika and pay a visit to Dwarikadhish Temple, an important Shree Krishna Temple. By late evening, check in a hotel in Dwarika and stay overnight.

Day 4: Dwarika

This morning, after breakfast, you leave for sightseeing and temple visit in Dwarika. Some of the highlights for this day are bhet Dwarika via boat, Rukmini Temple, Nageshwar Jyotirlinga and Gopi Talab. Later, return to the room and stay overnight.

Day 5: Dwarika- Somnath

Breakfast is followed by trip to Somnath, by road. On reaching Somnath, visit Somnath Temple (oldest jyotirlinga of lord Shiva), Geeta Temple and Moksh Dham Temple. After this, check-in to your hotel room and stay overnight.

Day 6: Somnath- Madurai

Post breakfast, head towards Jamnagar Airport to catch a flight to Madurai, via Chennai. Reach Madurai and visit Meenakshi Temple (Dedicated to Goddess Parvati, the temple is situated on the southern bank of Vaigai river) for darshan. Later, check in to a hotel in Madurai and stay overnight.

Day 7: Madurai- Rameshwaram

Leave for Rameshwaram after breakfast. Upon reaching, visit Rameshwaram Temple (This is where Lord Rama offered prayers to Lord Shiva on his arrival from Sri Lanka). You can also take part in the special worship ceremony, which requires the devotees to take a dip in the pond. By late evening, check in to a hotel in Rameshwaram and stay overnight.

Day 8: Rameshwar- Madurai

Breakfast is served after Mani Darshan. And then head towards Madurai Airport to catch a flight to Delhi, vial Chennai.

Day 9: Delhi- Haridwar

Reach Delhi, have breakfast and leave for Haridwar. Upon reaching, visit Mansadevi, Chandidevi, Bilkeshwar Mahadev Temple; all these temples are known to have fulfilled the wishes of its pilgrims. Partake in Ganga Snaan (bathing in Ganges) in the evening. By late evening, check in to a hotel and stay overnight.

Day 10: Haridwar- Guptkashi

After breakfast, depart for Guptkashi. Guptkashi is famous for Vishwanath Temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva) and Ardhanareshvara (The mythological body built from half Parvati and half Shiva). En route Guptkashi, you halt at Deoprayag, Rudraprayag and Ardhneshwar Mahadev for darshan. By evening, check in Guptkashi hotel and stay overnight.

Day 11: Guptkashi- Phata- Kedarnath ji- Phata

After breakfast, you leave for Phata to catch a flight to Kedarnath. In Kedarnath, have darshan in Kedarnath Ji and Sankracharya Samadhi. Later, drive back to Phata and check in to hotel. Stay overnight.

Day 12: Phata- Jyotirmath- Badrinath

Post breakfast; depart for Badrinath and stopover in Jyotirmath. Pay a visit Narsimha Temple, Sankracharya Temple, Pandukeshwar (Yogdhyan Badri).

Upon reaching, Badrinath explore Badrinath's attractions like Vyas Cave (It is believed to be where Vyas Maharishi wrote Mahabharat and other Hindu epics), Ganesha Caves and source of Saraswati River. In evening, take part in sacred Vishnu Sahastranamavali Path. Later, check in a hotel in Badrinath and stay overnight.

Day 13: Badrinath- Srinagar

Be a part of Mahabhishek Pooja in the morning. Have breakfast and head to Srinagar. On the way, visit Vishnu Prayag , Karna Prayag and Nandprayag (three of the five confluence of River Alaknanda). Reach Srinagar by late evening, check in a hotel and stay overnight.

Day 14: Srinagar- Shivpuri- Rishikesh

Leave Srinagar and head to Rishikesh, after breakfast. Later, stopover in Shivpuri and visit Vashisht Cave (belonging to one of the seven great sages, Vashishta. This cave is ideal for meditation.), Shiva Nanda Ashram (an ideal place for people who love to indulge in yoga or ayurveda.), Ramjhula and Lakshman Jhula (These are two bridges across the Ganges). Later, partake in evening Ganga arti in Parmarth Niketan. In late evening, check in to a hotel in Rishikesh and stay overnight.

Day 15: Rishikesh- Delhi

In the morning, after breakfast, leave for Delhi by road and carry on your own journey. Our services end.


Accommodation + Room with Breakfast + All meals at Camps + A/C Car