Our driver will pick you up from Railway Station / Airport and your tour to Char Dham Yatra will kick start from here only.

After covering 6-7 hours of distance, you’ll smoothly reach Barkot. As soon as you arrive at Barkot, our team will ensure your comfort by checking in at the hotel. You along with your trip mates can enjoy dinner and then relax overnight in the hotel.

{36kms drive & 6kms Trek (one side)} Height: 3235 MTS.

Day 2 of the trip will start with great enthusiasm to reach the first destination of this Char Dham Trip. In the early morning, after you have breakfast, our driver will take you to Jankichatti /Phoolchatti. The route to Yamunotri will give you enough opportunities to enjoy the weather.

From Jankichatti onwards you have to trek to reach Yamunotri. (6km)

If you are physically fit, then it’s better to walk to the temple. In case, if you have some physical issues then there’s availability of Palki at an affordable price.

After taking a bath in Jamunabai Kund’s warm water and getting “Darshana” of “Yamunaji ”, return to Jankichatti by trek. Similarly, our driver will make you reach Barkot again. Stay another night there and rejuvenate yourself for your next destination.

DAY 03: BARKOT – UTTARKASHI ( 120 Kms 3-4 Hrs )

The next morning, after breakfast, check out from the Barkot hotel and escape to Uttarkashi. As you arrive there, check-in at the hotel. Have dinner and sleep peacefully overnight there.

Uttarkashi has several sacred Ashrams and Hindu temples. The Uttarkashi name expresses its similarity with the city of Mahadev i.e. Kashi.

(100kms/3-4 each side) Height: 3048 MTS.

On the morning of Day 4, have your breakfast and leave the hotel for Gangotri. On that route, you’ll witness Gangnani. You should take a sacred dip in the Garam Kund. After that, move towards Gangotri. On that way, you’ll see the beautiful Harsil Valley. Harsil is a goofy place known for its blissful beauty and combination of Deodar trees and snow peaks. When you arrive at Gangotri. Go for the sacred bath in the river Ganga and get the Darshana of Gaumukh. Perform worship and other rituals with faith in the mind. Once you enjoy it enough, then drive back to Uttarkashi. Eat your dinner and stay for the night at Uttarkashi.

Gangotri Temple: The temple was constructed by the Gorkha General Amar Singh Thapa in the 18th Century, is situated on the right bank of Bhagirathi. The temple reflects the significance of Maa Ganga in the Hindu religion. Most of the pilgrims who visit Badrinath and Kedarnath come here also.

DAY 05: UTTARKASHI – GUPTKASHI (220kms/8-9hr) Height: 1319 MTS.

In the Morning after breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Guptkashi. You will get the chance to see the beautiful river Mandakini in Tilwara. Check-in at the hotel on arrival in Guptkashi. Then visit the famous ArdhNarishwar Temple there. After having your meal, stay overnight at Guptkashi.

Guptakashi: The name Gupt Kashi depicts its linkage with the “Kashi”. The scriptures describe its story related to when the Pandavas were seeking the Darshan of Lord Shiva. Shivji first concealed himself at Guptkashi but later fled from there further up towards the valley to Kedarnath. In the Kedarnath, the Pandavas finally got their wish fulfilled. There are more tangible connections as the Kedarnath pandas (priests) live in Guptkashi during the winter months. On Diwali, when Kedarnath temple is closed for six months, the idol of Kedarnath passes through the town GuptKashi on its way to Ukhimath, where the Lord Shiva is worshipped in the winter.

DAY 06: GUPTKASHI – KEDARNATH – GUPTAKSHI (30kms by road & 19kms Trek one way) Height: 3384 MTS.

In the early morning after breakfast, proceed for none other than Kedarnath Dham. As you reach there, calm yourself and inhale the precious spirituality of that sacred place.

At the end of the day, return back to your hotel and stay overnight at Guptkashi.

By Helicopter:

In the morning, our driver will drop you off at your Helipad. After your return from Kedarnath, our driver will drop you at the Hotel for a rest.

By Trek:

In the morning our driver will drop you at Sonprayag, and then you have to take a local jeep to Gaurikund. Afterwards, your trek would start for Kedarnath ji. Whenever you get darshan, follow the right route & come back to Sonprayag. There is a big parking issue so the driver will go back to another place. If you are unable to contact with driver then you have to manage your ride with another taxi or wait for your driver.

Kedarnath: The Kedarnath Jyotirlinga, one of the 12 jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, is a religious cum scenic spot. It is located in the lap of the snow-capped Himalayas. Kedar is another name of Lord Shiva. According to legends, the Pandavas after winning over the Kaurava in the Kurukshetra war. They felt guilty of killing their own brothers and hence sought the blessings of Lord Shiva for redemption. But Lord Shiva was not happy with them, so he eluded repeatedly and while fleeing took refuge at Kedarnath in the form of a bull. The Pandavas were following him so he decided to dive into the ground. But at the same time, Bhima arrived there and tried to hold Lord Shiva. Then he left his hump on the surface, which is now known as Kedarnath. The other body parts of Lord Shiva appeared at four distinct places and are worshipped there as his incarnations. The arms of Lord Shiva appeared at Tungnath, the face at Rudranath, the belly at Madmaheshwar and his locks (hair) with head at Kalpeshwar. Kedarnath and the four above-mentioned shrines are believed to be Panch Kedar. And Panch Kedar is itself a Teerth that many people prefer to visit.

DAY 07: GUPTKASHI – BADRINATH (180kms/6-7hr) Height: 6150MTS.

On the Day-7 Morning, after having breakfast, check out from the hotel and proceed to Guptkashi. We’ll make you reach Joshimath via Pipalkoti. On arrival check in at the hotel, have Dinner and Overnight stay at Badrinath.

Badrinath, one of the ‘Ancient Char Dhams’ is the celebrated pilgrimage spot of the country. This specific spot was once covered with dense wild berries. Hence the place is called by the name “Badri van”, which means “forest of berries”.


In the Morning, after taking a bath in the Tapt Kund, have the Darshan of Badrivishal and spend some quality time near the temple. Brahamakapal is significant for Pinddan and Shraddh of ancestors. So if you want to perform any such custom then you can do there.

Afterwards, drive to Govindghat. On arrival in Govindghat, trek towards Ghangaria. In the evening, stay in Ghangaria and check in at the Hotel. Eat your Dinner and stay overnight there.


The morning starts with a trek towards the Valley of Flowers. It’s like heaven on earth. On arrival explore the Valley and enjoy it to the fullest. Before the evening, trek down to Ghangaria safely.

Valley of Flowers: The Valley was introduced to the world as the Valley of Flowers by Frank S, Smith – a mountaineer, explorer, and botanist who camped here for several weeks in the monsoon of 1937 and did valuable exploratory work. He authored a book called The Valley of Flowers which unveiled the beauty and floral splendours of the valley and thus threw open the doors of this verdant jewel to nature- enthusiasts all over the world. In 1939, Miss Margarate Legge, a botanist deputed by the Botanical Gardens of Edinburgh arrived at the valley for further studies. While she was traversing some rocky slopes to collect flowers, she slipped off and was lost forever in the garden of the gods. Her sister later
visited the valley and erected a memorial on the spot where she was buried by the locals.


In the Morning, begin trekking down to Govindghat. On arrival meet the driver and proceed to Joshimath. When you reach Joshimath, check-in at the hotel, have dinner and stay overnight there.

Day 11 would be the Last Day of the Char Dham Yatra with the Valley of Flowers Tour.

In the Morning, bid farewell to your Char Dham Yatra with the Valley of Flowers tour and drive for Dehradun via Karnaprayag, Rudraprayag, and Devprayag. On the way, you can visualize the beautiful Confluences of Maa Alaknanda, Bhagirathi which form Maa Ganga, and Gopeshwar.

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