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  DELHI – RISHIKESH (240 Km/ 6-7 Hrs)

The morning after breakfast, drive to Rishikesh. On arrival in Rishikesh check into the hotel. Later visit historically renowned bridge Laxman Jhoola that is 450 ft long & built in the year 1939, Various temples, Ashrams & Ram Jhoola another suspended bridge between Shivanand Ashram and Sawarg Ashram, Triveni Ghat and other temples of Rishikesh. Overnight in Rishikesh.


  RISHIKESH – DEVPRAYAG (80 Km/ 3-4 Hrs)

After breakfast, your Yatra start to Devprayag is one of the most prominent places among all 5 Prayag. It is the place where Bhagirathi (originating from Gaumukh near Gangotri) meets Alaknanda (originating from Alkapuri near Badrinath) and becomes Ganga. The Sangam (confluence) attracts a lot many pilgrims, it is believed that by taking bath in the Sangam sins get absolved. Later visit ancient Raghunath temple. Evening free to scroll the local market of Devprayag. Overnight stay in Devprayag.



Today morning after breakfast drive to Rudraprayag is located at the confluence of Mandakini and Alaknanda rivers. Koteshwar temple near Rudraprayag is located inside a cave and is a favorite destination of Lord Shiva devotees. Rest of the evening is at leisure. Overnight stay in Rudraprayag.



After breakfast start to Karnaprayag is located at the confluence of Alaknanda and Pindar rivers. Very famous Uma and Karna temples are located at Karnaprayag. Evening free at leisure. Overnight stay in Karnaprayag.



This morning after breakfast drive to Nandprayag is situated at the confluence of river Alaknanda and Mandakini (originates from a glacier near Nanda Devi mountain). Gangeshwar and Chandrika Ma temples are situated at Nandprayag. Evening free at leisure. Overnight stay in Nandprayag.



Today morning after breakfast drive to Vishnuprayag is the fifth Prayag and the first one on the river Alaknanda. Dhauliganga originating from Niti valley meets Alaknanda here. Evening free for your own activities. Overnight stay in Joshimath.


  JOSHIMATH – HARIDWAR (280 Km/ 7-8 hrs)

Today early morning drive to Haridwar. One of the holiest Hindu pilgrim sites on the banks of the sacred river Ganga, Haridwar is a bustling town with crowded markets, a multitude of temples, ashrams and ghats overflowing with pilgrims desirous of attaining a measure of salvation – in this life or in the next one. On arrival in Haridwar check into the Hotel & relax. Overnight stay in Haridwar.


  HARIDWAR – DELHI (210 Km/ 6 hrs)

Today morning take a holy bath in The Ganges drive back to Delhi. Here your tour ends with happy memories as you drop to Delhi airport/railway station for your onward destination.



  Daily breakfast and dinner. (MAPAI)
  Neat and clean, accommodation
  Accommodation for 08/09/10 Nights 
  All Transfers & sightseeing by private Car
  Transportation from New Delhi / Haridwar / Dehradun / Rishikesh
  Child is complementary below 6 Year
  Parking and all transport related expense including Driver Services
  All toll taxes, parking fees, Fuel and driver’s allowances
  All point to point sight-seeing as per given program possible in time frame
  All inter-state taxes, toll taxes, driver allowance & parking etc
  All prevailing applicable tax


  Any International or Domestic Air Tickets
  Any Meals unless mentioned
  Porter, pony, horse, cable car, boat

  Travel / personal health insurance
  Personal expenses of the clients or any other expenses incurred due to bad weather
  Lakha mondal, Triuginarayan, Chopta, Mana & Auli Sightseeing As per direct payment basis

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Frequently Asked Questions

When is Yamunotri Dham opened and closed ?

The Yamunotri temple open on Akshay Tritiya ( Tentative Date : 8th May 2019 ) and closes on Yama Dwitiya (the second day after Diwali)

When is Gangotri Dham opened and closed ?

The Shrine of Gangotri on the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya ( Tentative Date : 7th May 2019 ) . The temple closes on the day of Diwali.

When is Kedarnath Dham opened and closed ?

The opening of date of Kedarnath Temple is fixed and depends on the occaion of Maha Shiva Ratri and decided by priests in Ukhimath ( Tentative Date : 11th May 2019 ) . The closing date of Kedarnath is fixed on Yama Dwitiya (second day after Diwali i.e. on Bhai Dooj).

When is Badrinath Dham opened and closed ?

The opening date of Badrinath Temple is fixed on Basant Panchami ( Tentative Date : 12th May 2019 ) by Raj Purohit and closure date is fixed on Vijaydashmi by Mandir Committee.

What to pack for a Char Dham Tour ?

Pack comfortable clothes and footwear, along with a few woolens and water proof items.

Is it possible to customize the char dham tours ?

The Char Dham tour can be customized, but the travel agent needs to be informed about such requirements well in advance.

Would food and water be easily available on the char dham tour ?

Food and water will be easily available all through the tour.

How long would a char dham tour take ?

A char dham tour would ideally take around 10 days to complete.

What are the char dhams ?

The char dhams include Gangotri, Yamunori, Kedarnath and Badrinath.