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Char Dham Expedition with Valley of Flowers

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Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri
(13 Nights 14 days)

Sightseeing Included

Breakfast Included

Stay Included

Transfer Included


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Tour Highlights

  • Yamunotri Temple

  • Gangotri Temple

  • Gomukh

  • Harsil Valley

  • Kedarnath Temple

  • Badrinath Temple

  • Mana Village (Last village of India)

  • Vasuki Tal

  • Hemkund Sahib

Tour Itinerary 

Char Dham Expedition with Valley of Flowers

Welcome to our 14-day Char Dham expedition, meticulously crafted to awaken your soul and unveil the enchanting wonders of the Valley of Flowers. Join us as we navigate through the sacred sites of Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri, followed by an exploration of the awe-inspiring natural landscapes of the Valley of Flowers.

Day 1: Arrival in Delhi: 

Feel the anticipation building as you arrive in Delhi, where our seasoned guides eagerly await to usher you into the beginning of an extraordinary journey of self-discovery and spiritual awakening.


Day 2: Delhi to Haridwar: 

As we depart for Haridwar, immerse yourself in the anticipation of witnessing the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti, a spectacle that ignites the spirit and sets the tone for the transformative experiences ahead.


Day 3: Haridwar to Barkot: 

The journey to Barkot is filled with excitement and reverence, as we draw closer to the sacred lands of Yamunotri. Each mile traveled brings you nearer to the divine presence awaiting your arrival.


Day 4: Barkot to Yamunotri and Back: 

Feel the spiritual energies coursing through you as you embark on a pilgrimage to the sacred Yamunotri Temple and return, carrying with you blessings and a sense of profound connection.


Day 5: Barkot to Uttarkashi: 

As we make our way to Uttarkashi, take a moment to reflect on the significance of this journey and the deep spiritual insights that await amidst the Himalayan vistas


Day 6: Uttarkashi to Gangotri and Back: 

Experience the divine embrace of Mother Ganga as we journey to Gangotri, where the river originates. Let the purity of the surroundings cleanse your soul and renew your spirit.


Day 7: Uttarkashi to Guptkashi: 

As we travel to Guptkashi, feel the weight of worldly concerns lifting, making space for the profound experiences that await at the sacred sites of Kedarnath and Badrinath.


Day 8: Guptkashi to Kedarnath and Back: 

Sense the reverence in the air as you ascend to the sacred Kedarnath Temple, a place where the veil between the earthly and divine realms grows thin, inviting you to commune with the divine.


Day 9: Guptkashi to Badrinath: 

The journey to Badrinath is a pilgrimage of the soul, filled with anticipation and reverence for the transformative experiences that await amidst the majestic beauty of the Himalayas.


Day 10: Badrinath Exploration: 

Step into the sacred sanctuary of Badrinath and feel the presence of the divine permeating every corner. Allow yourself to be enveloped in the peace and serenity of this sacred abode.


Day 11: Badrinath to Valley of Flowers: 

Embark on a journey of awe and wonder as we venture into the ethereal beauty of the Valley of Flowers, where nature's splendor unfolds in a breathtaking display of color and vibrancy.


Day 12: Valley of Flowers Exploration: 

Lose yourself in the enchanting landscapes of the Valley of Flowers, where every step leads you deeper into the heart of nature's majesty, and every breath fills you with a sense of wonder and awe.


Day 13: Valley of Flowers to Haridwar: 

As we bid farewell to the Valley of Flowers, carry with you the memories of this sacred pilgrimage and the deep connection forged with the natural world. Return to Haridwar, renewed and transformed.


Day 14: Departure from Haridwar to Delhi: 

As our journey comes to an end, reflect on the profound experiences and soul-stirring moments that have shaped your inner landscape. Depart from Haridwar with a sense of peace and fulfillment, knowing that you have embarked on a journey of a lifetime.


Book your 14-day Char Dham expedition with Valley of Flowers extension today and immerse yourself in the transformative power of spirituality and nature in the majestic Himalayas.



  • Pick / Drop to & from your desired location

  • Complete Sightseeing by Private Ac Vehicle

  • All Inclusive of all Toll Taxes , State Taxes , Parking and Driver Allowance.

  • Breakfast & Dinner

  • On-site Guide Available

  • Any meal unless specified above.

  • Any Air Fare/ Train ticket.

  • Personal nature expenses like telephone / laundry bills etc.

  • Airports tax and travel insurance etc.

  • Services not specified above.

FAQ'S about Char Dham Yatra Tour


  • What is Char Dham Yatra?

The Char Dham Yatra is a pilgrimage tour in Uttarakhand, India, encompassing four holy shrines: Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath.

  • When does the Char Dham Yatra take place?

The Yatra typically begins in April or May and continues till October or November, depending on the opening and closing dates of the temples, which are usually around Akshay Tritiya and Bhai Dooj (Diwali).

  • How long does the Yatra take?

The entire Char Dham Yatra can take 11-12 days, depending on your starting point and travel mode.

Planning and Logistics

  • What is the best time to go for the Char Dham Yatra?

The ideal time is between May and June and September-October, avoiding the monsoon season (July-August) with heavy rainfall and potential landslides.

  • How can I book the Char Dham Yatra?

You can book your trip through travel agencies or plan it independently. Booking hotels and transportation in advance, especially during peak season, is recommended.

  • Can I do the Char Dham Yatra by helicopter?

Yes, helicopter tours are available, especially for Kedarnath, which involves a challenging trek.

Health and Difficulty

  • How difficult is the Char Dham Yatra?

The Yatra involves traveling through hilly regions with some walks and mild hikes. Kedarnath has a moderately difficult trek.

  • Is the Yatra suitable for senior citizens?

It depends on their healthy condition.  Consult a doctor if you have any concerns, especially if planning to take elderly parents or grandparents.

  • What kind of medical facilities are available during the Yatra?

Medical facilities are limited in remote areas.  Basic medical kits are recommended, but for serious issues, you might need to descend to lower altitudes.

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