In Sanskrit, “Chardham” signifies “four abodes.” Each location is regarded as an important Hindu pilgrimage destination. So, the Chardham Yatra is a multi-day pilgrimage; pilgrimages can be completed by bus, car, and helicopter services. Further, you must trek or use pony or palki services to reach a few destinations since these roads don’t offer car accessibility.
If you are planning for Chardham Yatra By Road, then you will find all the necessary details about the Yatra, including the itinerary and pricing, in this post by LIH Travel.
The Chardham Yatra by road involves driving to all four holy locations via car. The pilgrimage generally starts at Haridwar, which is Chardham’s gateway. The journey continues from Haridwar to Yamunotri, nestled in the western Himalayas. Gangotri, situated in the eastern Himalayas, is the next destination, followed by Kedarnath in the northern Himalayas, and Badrinath, in the central Himalayas.
The Chardham Yatra by road is a popular alternative for those who prefer the comfort of car travel since it lets them explore all four holy places in one journey. Beginning in Yamunotri and concluding at Badrinath, the route is usually clockwise. Further, tourists can also explore other beautiful destinations and religious sites during the Chardham Yatra by road.Show More
Visiting the Chardham offers a unique spiritual experience. A pilgrimage to the Chardham is believed to be a pathway to spiritual liberation and the ultimate goal of “Moksha.”
Further, the Chardham Yatra is home to some of India’s most ancient and revered temples. Each temple has its unique history, architecture, and cultural significance. Visiting the temples is a great way to learn more about India’s traditions and the history behind this Yatra.
Also, the Himalayas offers scenic beauty. You will enjoy breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, green forests, and crystal-clear rivers. Moreover, the natural beauty of this place is unparalleled, and it is a perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and relax in the lap of nature.Show Less
|Chardham Yatra By Road||Cost Per Person|
|10 Days / 9 Nights Tour Package from Haridwar||₹ 59,100 +GST/ Person|
|Note: Price may rise soon, Kindly reserve you seats now! Contact our experts at +91 9829257777.|
Your Chardham Yatra by road will commence from Haridwar. En route, we will be visiting Kempty fall, Shivgufa, Kashi Vishwanath Temple (Uttarkashi & Guptkashi), Radi Top, Harsil, Panch Prayag, Chopta, Auli (By Cable car at your own cost), Joshimath, Govindghat (Way to Hemkund and Valley of Flowers.) Devoparayag, Mana Village, Rudraprayag, Karanprayag, Nandprayag, Vishnuprayag, and Rishikesh.
Here is the itinerary:
Meet our operator at Haridwar/ Station/ Bus Stand & drive towards Barkot via Mussoorie. Further, en route, explore the beautiful Mussoorie Lake & Kempty Fall at Mussoorie. Later, go direct to Barkot. Check into the pre-reserved hotel. Stay the night in Barkot.
Proceed to Jankichatti following breakfast and begin your hike to Yamunotri (6kms) here. (Either by walk or by Palki/horse at your cost). So after bathing in the warm waters of Jamunabai Kund and witnessing the “Darshan” of Yamunaji, travel back to Jankichatti. Afterwards, go to Barkot, where you will spend the night.
At Yamunotri, you will see the Divyashilla and the Surya Kund.
Following breakfast in the morning, travel to Uttarkashi. Stop at Shivgufa en route to Uttarkashi. Upon arriving in Uttarkashi, view the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in the city, and then settle into your accommodation for the rest of the day. Night stay in Uttarkashi.
After breakfast at the accommodation in the early morning, proceed to Gangotri Dham. Gangotri is nestled at 3048 meters in the majestic Garhwal Himalayas. Further, take a holy bath in the revered river, Bhagirathi, when you arrive at Gangotri. Take a trip to the Gangotri Temple. The Goddess Ganga temple from the eighteenth century is next to a holy stone wherein King Bhagirathi worshipped Lord Shiva.
The temple is a beautiful white granite building. Head back to Uttarkashi in the late afternoon after doing Pooja. Spend the night in your accommodation at Uttarkashi after dinner.
Here you will also visit Harsil, renowned for its majestic views.
Following breakfast, go via Moolgarh and Lambgoan to Guptkashi. At Tilwara, you may observe the lovely Mandakini River while traveling. Drive along the Mandakini River to arrive at Guptakashi and visit ArdhNarishwar Temple there. Upon arriving at Guptakashi, check into your hotel. Stay the night in Guptakashi.
Following breakfast make your way toward Sonprayag. You will begin your 1-kilometer trek to Kedarnath Dham from Sonprayag.
So you have two options: trek to Kedarnath or book helicopter services at your cost to reach Kedarnath.
After having breakfast in the morning, travel to Badrinath. Upon arriving in Badrinath, check in at the hotel. After dipping in the Taptkund, pilgrims can the Darshan at Badrivishal and participate in Aarti during the evening. Brahama Kapal is essential to Pinddan Shraddh of forefathers (Pitrus). Other noteworthy tourist attractions include Mana Village, VyasGufa, Charanpaduka, Maatamoorti, Bhimkund, and the Saraswati River’s “Mukh.” approximately three kilometers from Badrinath ji. Stay overnight in the Badrinath.
On the tenth day of the Chardham Yatra by car, you will proceed towards the mystical city of Rishikesh. It is also known as the “World Capital of Yoga.” Visit Rishikesh Temples and other sightseeing places, including Laxman Jhula, and Ram Jhula. Then, later drop at Haridwar.
The Chardham Yatra by Road Tour is a great way to explore and appreciate the beauty of the Himalayan Mountains and the spiritual aspects of Hinduism. The tour provides a wonderful opportunity to explore the region’s various spiritual sites, temples, and scenic landscapes. Traveling by road allows for a more beautiful and memorable experience. Further, the tour is suitable for all travelers, from the adventure seeker to the spiritual seeker. For more details, contact LIH Travel.
|Minimum No. of
|Car Type||No. of
|Barkot||Camp Veda /Nirwana||Rig Veda/ Nirvana Cottage|
|Uttarakashi||Akash Ganga AC||Shivlinga resort|
|Guptkashi||Village Rereat||Kedar Retreat|
|Rudraprayag||Samrat Resort||Monal Resort|
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The total cost of the Chardham Yatra by road from Haridwar starts from 59,100 + GST for 10 Days which includes Meals, Hotels, transfers and Sightseeing.
|Type of Cancelation||Refund|
|Less than 21 Days||No Refund. 100% Retention Applicable|
|30-21 Days||25% Refund (After deducting bank transaction fee) 70% Retention will be charged|
|45-30 Days||50% Refund (After deducting bank transaction fee) 50% Retention will be charged|
|Before 45 Days or any time after booking confirm||70% Refund (After deducting bank transaction fee) 30% Retention will be charged|
|No show at reporting time||No refund|
|Helicopter Shuttle of Kedarnath (if booked)||Non-refundable, non-cancellable and non-transferrable|
Due to poor weather, land sliding, or excessive traffic in steep places, your Chardham Yatra may be interrupted. No cancellations or refunds will be due to hurricanes, landslides, climate change, or other natural disasters, fire, restrictions, government actions or decisions, political unrest or national crisis, roadblocks, significant snowfall, terrorist attacks, or circumstances beyond our control. Other similar situations. During the tour, the Company is not liable for any accident, injury, death, theft, or damage to a person or property.
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