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13 Days 12 Hotel Nights

Uttarakhand: Haridwar 2N, Sayanachatti 2N, Yamunotri, Uttarkashi 2N, Gangotri, Sitapur 2N, Kedarnath 1N, Gauri Kund, Joshi Math 1N, Badrinath 1N, Kirtinagar 1N, Rishikesh.

Visit: 9 Cities 1 Country

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Day 1


Arrive at the designated reporting place, report to vehicle and proceed to Haridwar – An ancient temple city located on the banks of River Ganga, at the foothills of the Himalayas.

Day 2

Haridwar – Sayanachatti

In the morning proceed to Sayanachatti – a small peaceful town surrounded by hills serves as resting point for pilgrims travelling to Yamunoti Dham. Evening free time for relaxation.

Extra Topping : Frooti/Tea/Coffee Enroute Haridwar - Sayanachatti.

Day 3

Sayanachatti – Yamunotri – Sayanachatti

Today proceed to Yamunotri – a temple dedicated to river Yamuna, the second-most sacred river after Ganges. This temple can only be accessed after a full 13km trek from the holy town of Hanuman Chatti. Evening return back to Sayanachatti.

Extra Topping : Tea/Coffee/Soft drink at Yamunotri.

Day 4

Sayanachatti – Uttarkashi

Morning we travel to Uttarkashi – an ancient land with rich cultural heritage. As the name suggests it is ‘Kashi of the North’ and one of the most picturesque town of Garhwal region. In the evening visit one of the oldest and scared temple of shri Kashi Vishwanath. It Is believed that this temple was built by Parashurama.

Extra Topping : Tea/Coffee/Soft drink en-route to Uttarkashi

Day 5

Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Uttarkashi

Full day excursion to Gangotri – one of highest pilgrimages in India located approx 3400 mtrs. The journey to Gangotri offers stunning vistas all around. According to Hindu legends Ganga is the most sacred of all rivers, which descended from heaven to earth at Gangotri. The actual origin of the river is at Gaumukh, where it is known as Bhagirathi and it acquires the name 'Ganga' after the river Alaknanda merges into it near the town of Devaprayag. En-route pass by Harsil, a serene Himalayan hamlet surrounded by snow-clad mountains, pine forests and apple orchards. On arrivat visit Gangotri Temple, Bhagirath rock and Bhagirathi river. Return back to Uttarkashi in the evening.

Extra Topping : Tea/Coffee/Soft drink en-route to Gangotri.

Day 6

Uttarkashi – Sitapur

Travel to Sitapur – a beautiful village situated on the the way to Kedarnath Dham. Upon arrival free time for relexation.

Extra Topping : Tea/Coffee/Soft drink, Khasta Kachori at Sitapur. Tea/Coffee/Soft drink en-route to Sitapur.

Day 7

Sitapur – Kedarnath

Early morning proceed to Kedarnath also know as ‘Kedarkhand’. After trekking for almost 19km from Gaurikund one can reach to Kedarnath temple. It is one of the twelve jotirlingas of Lord Shiva, located in the Rudra Himalaya range at an altitude of 3500 m, near chorabari glacier, which is source of mandakini river. This temple is built of massive stone slabs over a large rectangular platform. Outside the temple door, a large statue of Nandi stands as guard. Later Visit samadhi of Jagad Guru Adi Shankarcharya, who built Kedarnath temple over a thousand years ago. Immerse yourself in the tranquile atmosphere of this sacred place. Overnight at Kedarnath.

Extra Topping : Evening Tea/Coffee/Soft drink at Kedarnath.

Notes: Traveling from Sonprayag to Gaurikund will be By Jeep.

Day 8

Kedarnath – Sitapur

Morning once again take darshan of Kedarnath Dham and start 19km trek to Gaurikund. On arrival free time for relexation at Sitapur.

Notes: Guests who do not wish to trek, can book for horse / ponies / Helicopter ride at an addititonal cost.

Day 9

Sitapur – Joshimath

Today travel to Joshimath. En-route we come across 3 Sangams of holy rivers. Vishnuprayag – lies at the confluence of Alaknanda and Dhauliganga River, Nandprayag – lies at confluence of Alaknanda and Nandakini river, Karnaprayag – lies at the confluence of Alaknanda and Pindar river. Evening free for relaxation.

Extra Topping : Tea/Coffee/Soft drink en-route to Joshimath. Tea/Coffee/Soft drink at Joshimath.

Day 10

Joshimath – Badrinath

We start off our journey towards Badrinath. This beautul town is situated at an elevation of around 3100 m, between Nar and Narayan Mountain ranges. Visit Badrinath temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and believed to be established by Sage Adi Shankarachaya. We also visit Mana village - the last indian village on India- tibet border, Vyas and Ganesh gumpha – where Sage Vyas composed Mahabharata epic with the help of Ganesha. See the Bhim bridge and Swargarohini peaks - Pandavas took this path to heaven. Overnight stay at Badrinath.

Extra Topping : Tea/Coffee/Soft drink at Mana Village. Batata wada with tea/coffee/soft drink at Badrinath.

Day 11

Badrinath – Kirtinagar

Once again, if time permits we take darshand of Lord Badirnath and then begin our journey to Kirtinagar. Arrive at Kirtinagar in the evening.

Extra Topping : Tea/Coffee en-route to Kirtinagar. Evening Tea/Coffee en-route to Kirtinagar.

Day 12

Kirtinagar - Rishikesh - Haridwar

Start your journey to Haridwar - an ancient temple city located on the banks of the River Ganga. Located at the foothills of the Himalayas, Haridwar is a city of temples and ashrams and its pious ambience envelops everyone. Haridwar is one of the four holy Indian cities that host the Kumbh Mela. En-route see Deoprayag – lies at the confluence of Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers. On arrival at Rishikesh, visit Laxman Zhulla, Baba Kali Kamliwala Ashram, Geeta Bhavan and Gangaghat of Haridwar. In the evening visit Har ki Pauri to get a captativating experience of Ganga Aarati.

Extra Topping : Tea / coffee en-route to Rishikesh. Lassi at Rishikesh

Notes: From Laxman zulla to Baba Kamli wala Ashram by Jeep.

Day 13

Departure from Haridwar

Proceed to designated place. Board the train / flight for your hometown. Tour Concludes.

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