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North India pilgrimage tour package - Chardham Haridwar Rishikesh
North India pilgrimage tour package - Chardham Haridwar Rishikesh: Overview
Holiday Travel India creates this special tour package for Char Dham Yatra and we will be starting our trip from New Delhi and covering Haridwar and Rishikesh followed by visit to Char Dham i.e. Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath in 11 days. You will spend 1 day each in Haridwar and Rishikesh followed by Char Dham Yatra along with Mussoorie, Barkot, Jankichatti, Harsil, Uttarkashi, Guptkashi and Joshimath en route. North India pilgrimage tour package covers all the holy places which are known as Char Dham Yatra with well and suited price. Holidaytravel.co offers you chance to visit and worship god and earn some blessings for you and your family by visiting Char DhamYatra with comfortable trip.
What is unique in “North India pilgrimage tour package - Chardham Haridwar Rishikesh”?
Char Dham yatra is one of the important pilgrimage of Hindu religion. This journey takes you to the four majestic abodes of God that lie in Uttarakhand. The Char Dham tour package will take you to these scared places, more particularly the Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath with Haridwar & Rishikesh. These six spots are as old as India’s ancient Vedic history and serve as the epicenter of all of India’s religious activities. It is believed that Char Dham yatra washes away a person’s sins and releases one from the continuous cycle of life and death giving them moksha.
Holiday travel provides you most pious tour which is one of the most prominent aspects of Hinduism Tirtha Yatra. These six popular Hindu pilgrim destinations are mostly visited by Hindus living in different parts of India as the uniqueness of this tour package.
North India pilgrimage tour package - Chardham Haridwar Rishikesh: Highlights
Tour of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath , Badrinath, Haridwar and Rishikesh
Visit Mussoorie, Barkot, Jankichatti, Harsil, Uttarkashi, Guptkashi and Joshimath
Attend Ganga aarti at Har ki pauri ghat ,Vaishno Devi Temple
Explore Shanti Kun, Daksh Mahadey temple, Gau Ghat and Vishnu Ghat
Visit Laxman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Vashishta Gufa, Gita Bhawan
Excursion of Shri Tryambakeshwar Temple and Neelkantha Mahadev Temple
Visit Yamunotri Temple, Surya Kund and Hanuman Chatti
Meet Dharali, KedarTal, and Dodi Tal, Viswanath Temple
Artistic Bhairav Temple and Kuteti Devi Temple, Vishwanath Temple
Trijuginarayan, Chopta, Badrinath Temple
Amazing TaptKund, Brahma, Manikarnik Kund
Visit Kapal, Mata Murti Temple, Charanpaduka, Narad Kund
Excursion Bheem Pul, Kalpavriksha, Narsingh Temple
Apr-27 To Jun-30
Jul-01 To Sep-30
Dec-23 To Jan-05
9 N / 10 D Standard Package
CHD Paradise Plaza(Haridwar), Raj Resort (Rishikesh), Hotel Hill Queen (Barkot), 5 Elements Hotel (Harsil), Hotel Kailash Residency (Guptkashi), Hotel Bhagat Govindghat (Badrinath), Shivalik Valley
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9 N / 10 D Deluxe Package
Hotel La Casa (Haridwar), Narayana Palace(Rishikesh), Hotel Aditya Palace(Barkot), Shikhar Nature Resort (Harsil), Hotel Kailash Residency (Guptkashi), Tourist Rest House Badrinath Devlok by GMVN (B
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9 N / 10 D Luxury Package
Aalia on the Ganges (Haridwar), The Grand Shiva Resort & Spa(Rishikesh), Aditya Palace Hotel Barkot(Barkot), Shiv Parivar Resort (Harsil), Himalayan Comforts (Guptkashi), Sarovar Portico Badrinath(
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MAP Meal Plan at all Hotels (Breakfast + Dinner)
Pick up from Delhi and Drop up in Dehradun/Delhi
2 night stay with site seeing in Haridwar
1 Night stay with site seeing in Rishikesh
1 Nights Stay with site seeing in Barkot
1 Nights stay with site seeing in Harsil
1 Night Stay with site seeing in Guptkashi
1 Night stay at Badrinath Hotels
1 Night Stay with site seeing in Kedarnath
1 Night stay with site seeing in Joshimath
Transport Delhi/Haridwar – 4 Dham – Haridwar non A/C. As per chosen (A/C cab with Deluxe package)
Accommodation on twin sharing as per chosen package
Children age (5-11 yrs) will stay without extra bed with their parents, child age up to 4 yrs everyway free.
Extra person age 12+ will stay with extra bed or mattress
All state taxes, tall tax, parking, Chardham registration fee, driver night charges etc.
All GST tax not including in this package
Lunch is not including in this package
Any personal expenses like laundry, telephone calls, beverages, gratuities etc
Any entrance fees and camera fees at monuments / temples and other places of interest
After arrival at Delhi airport or railway station meets with our representative and they will take you to Haridwar which is a very devotional place. After reach Muzzaffar nagar you will stop for lunch at Hotel & Restaurant, later you will continue your journey to Haridwar. Upon arrival checkin to hotel and rest of the day free at your leisure. You are free to visit the markets and temples around the Haridwar and attend Ganga aarti at Har ki pauri ghat in the evening.
Overnight stay with dinner at hotel
Meal: May Lunch in Vijay Hotel & Restaurant (TA rank 4.0/5) - Vijay Hotel & Restaurant is a four star property which is situated in Muzzaffarnagar. It is pure veg. restaurant where you can find all types of vegetarian food (Excluded in Package)
After breakfast you will visit some famous places or temples of Haridwar which includes Vaishno Devi Temple, Shanti Kunj Gayatri Parivar, Daksh Mahadey temple and after having a lunch in Invitation Restaurant you will visit Gau Ghat and Vishnu Ghat, later return to hotel.
Overnight stay with dinner at Hotel
Meal: May Lunch in Invitation Restaurant (TA rank 4.0 / 5) – Invitation Restaurant invites you to come and have lunch in it enjoy a great delicious food of every type (Excluded in package)
After breakfast you will proceed for Rishikesh & visit for the holy places of Rishikesh which includes Laxman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Vashishta Gufa, Gita Bhawan and after having a lunch in Gita Bhawan aashram. Later visit some more famous temples which are Shri Tryambakeshwar Temple and Neelkantha Mahadev Temple, in the evening attend Ganga aarti and return to hotel.
Overnight stay with dinner at Rishikesh hotel
Meal: Lunch in Gita Bhawan aashram - Gita Bhawan aashram offers a pure veg Indian food for devotees. Simple vegetarian food, kitchen & grocery items and Indian sweets are available at very moderate price. (Excluded in Package)
After breakfast you will proceed for Barkot which is 175 km far away from Rishikesh. After reach Mussoorie you will stop for lunch in Mayur Punjabi Dhaba later you will continue your journey to Barkot which is 92 km are left from Mussoorie. After reach you Barkot you will visit Yamunotri Temple, Surya Kund and Hanuman Chatti, after having darshan you will transfer to hotel.
Overnight stay with dinner at Barkot Hotel
Meal: Lunch in Mayur Punjabi Dhaba (TA rank 4.5/ 5 ) - Mayur Punjabi Dhaba is a very popular dhaba is popular dhaba where all the tourist get stop foe lunch and enjoy delicious Punjabi food, It have nice sitting arrangement , delicious food and ample parking space (Excluded in Package)
After breakfast you will proceed for Harsil which is 121 km far away from Barkot. After reach Harsil you will stop for lunch in zaika taste of himachal later you will visit famous places of Harsil which are Gangotri, Dharali, KedarTal and Dodi Tal later in the evening back to hotel.
Overnight stay with dinner in Harsil
Meal: Lunch in zaika taste of himachal (4.5/5) - zaika taste of himachal is good restaurant where you can find your delicious mouth watering food – (Excluded in Package)
After breakfast you will proceed for Uttarkashi which is 74 km far away from Harsil. After reach you will visit some famous places or temples for darshan which includes Viswanath Temple, Bhairav Temple and Kuteti Devi Temple. After having lunch in nearest restaurant later you will proceed to Guptkashi which is 190 km far. Before reach you will stop for refreshment in any good highway Dhaba later continue you’re driving to Guptakshi. After reach you will transfer to hotel.
Overnight stay with dinner at Hotel
Meal: Lunch served in nearest Dhaba – (Excluded in Package)
After breakfast you will visit the famous places of Guptakshi which includes Vishwanath Temple, Manikarnik Kund, Trijuginarayan and Chopta, after lunch in Hotel Bharat and Restaurant you will proceed to Kedarnath which is 23 km far away from Guptkashi. Upon arrival check in to hotel and rest of the day free at your leisure.
Overnight stay with dinner at Kedarnath hotel
Meal: Lunch served in nearest Dhaba – (Excluded in Package)
Today you will visit famous holy place that is Kedarnath Temple and after darshan proceed for Badrinath which is 40km far away from Kedarnath. Enroute you will stop for lunch at any good dhaba/restaurant, later continue your journey towards Badrinath. Upon arrival checkin to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at hotel.
Meal: Lunch in nearest Dhaba – (Excluded in Package)
After breakfast you will visit to the city tour of Badrinath which includes Badrinath Temple, TaptKund, Brahma, Kapal and after having lunch in Saket Restaurant later continue your tour by visiting famous and most visited place which is Mata Murti Temple, Charanpaduka, Narad Kund and Bheem Pul. In the evening proceed for Joshimath which is 45 km far away. Upon arrival checkin to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Joshimath hotel
Meal: Lunch in Saket Restaurant (TA rank 4.5/ 5) - Saket Restaurant is pure veg restaurant where every tourist visit and enjoy mouth watering food
After breakfast visit places of Joshimath which includes Kalpavriksha, Narsingh Temple, later proceed for Dehradun which is 294 km away from Joshimath. Enroute stop for lunch in nearest dhaba later continue your journey to Dehradun. After reach you will drop to Dehradun airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour end
Meal: Lunch in nearest Dhaba – (Excluded in Package)
Best time to visit for Char Dham Yatra
The peak season to visit Char Dham yatra is between May and October except during monsoon season because all the routes are blocked due to heavy rainfall and landslides in that location but after that the yatra continues till gates of the temple close. April to June is the best time for Char Dham yatra as the scenic beauty in this location is at its best during this season and it provides a huge change of climate for people who come from scorching hot weather of North India.
About Char Dham yatra
The trip covers six sites: Haridwar (29.956°N 78.17°E), Rishikesh (30.103°N 78.294°E), Yamunotri (30.73°N 78.45°E), Gangotri (30.98°N 78.93°E), Kedarnath (30.73°N 79.07°E) and Badrinath (30.73°N 79.48°E) each of these locations is dedicated to a god according to the significance to the place. These places have Yamuna is worshiped in Yamunotri, Ganga in Gangotri, Shiva the god of destruction is worshipped in Kedarnath and Lord Vishnu who runs this world has his abode in final destination of this yatra has his temple in Badrinath. Char Dham yatra starts from Haridwar which has the last railway station in this from where you have to proceed for further journey by road, Haridwar is easily accessible from major Indian cities (Mumbai, Ahmadabad, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Kochi and New Delhi). Hindi is the main language spoken in this reason along with English.
How to Reach Haridwar
Haridwar is accessible from all the major cities of India by train and by road from where rest of the journey is by road or trek.
By Road: Delhi airport to Haridwar by road is a good option for a hassle free traveling. It takes 6 to 7 hours to reach Haridwar by road and it is recommended to start early morning to avoid traffic.
By Air: The nearest domestic airport is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun which is 35 km away from Haridwar. Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi is the nearest International Airport after which you can travel by train or by road.
By Train: Haridwar has direct links the major cities of India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Indore, Jaipur, Ahmedabad.
Shopping in Haridwar
While it is acknowledged that shopping is not usually part of the itinerary of a pilgrim visiting Haridwar , the city does offer a variety of interesting products to its visitors. The main shopping centers Haridwar are considered to be Upper Road, Moti Bazaar, Jwalapur and Kankhal. Intricately carved stone idols and toys are unique souvenirs of Haridwar , where the stones used are obtained from the Ganges. One should also visit the Government Handloom and Handicrafts Emporiums, as well as the Gandhi Ashram, where you can find a range of handicrafts, as well as various types of jewellery.
Fairs and Festivals in Haridwar and Rishikesh
Haridwar – Kumbh Mela is organized every 12 years when the planet Jupiter (Brihaspati) comes into the sign Aquarius (Kumbha). Makar Sankranti in celebrated January by around 1.5 lakh visitors every year followed by Mahashivratri that is attended by more than 2 lakh pilgrims. During Kanwar Mela in July-Aug the number reaches up to 20 lakh visitors traveling to Haridwar from different cities.
Rishikesh – The Annual International Yoga Festival is organized by Parmarth Niketan Ashram In the month of March, visitors and yoga lovers from all corners of the world take part in this festival. This festival explores the eight limbs of Yoga and how they apply to our lives. The Annual Yoga Festival is attended by lakhs of visitors and Yoga enthusiasts from all around the world.
Distance between Delhi to Haridwar
The aerial distance from New Delhi to Haridwar is 171 km. while the road distance between New Delhi to Haridwar is 209 km. By Train it is 253 Km.
Winter (about 17°C): The winter season comes in the month of October and lasts till the end of February. The chill in the atmosphere is at its best in the months of December/January. The minimum temperature during the season is about 6°C.
Summer (about 40°C): The month of March brings the summer. The summer season here is quite hot and high on humidity. The day time during the summer season is scorching but the nights get cool. The Cool breeze makes a walk around the river Ganga very pleasurable.
Monsoon (humidity): The monsoon season at the place comes with the month of June and stays till the month of September, Haridwar experiences moderate rainfall. The humidity during the monsoon season is quite high. The evenings during the monsoon season can be quite amazing with a cool breeze and beautiful light.
Rishikesh India points of interest
Kunjapuri Temple: It is located 30 minutes drive from Rishikesh, lies the Kunjapuri temple at a height of 1700 m which is one of the greatest tourist places in Rishikesh. It is an easy trek to the top of the temple, but once you conquer it, the view of the sunrise amidst the mighty Himalaya and Doon valley on the south will leave you awe-struck. A trek on the last day of the visit, here, is the best end to an amazing Rishikesh adventure.
Vashishta Gufa: An ancient cave, away from the city lights, it is an ideal weekend destination and is one of the major places to see in Rishikesh. A blend of serenity and calm surrounding, this destination attracts thousands of tourists, looking for blissful time.
Neer Garh Waterfall: Two kilometers from the Laxman Jhula, a visit to this mesmerizing waterfall will leave you awestruck. It will hold you captive in its eternal beauty. Overall, the place is perfect for a much-needed timeout from the hustle of the hectic traveling. One of the best tourist places in Rishikesh, Neer Garh waterfall also attracts many wanderer photographers.
Triveni Ghat: Triveni ghat is among the most sacred ghats in Rishikesh with a congruence of three rivers – Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati. A visit to this place will give you an insight to the spiritual beauty of Rishikesh.
Laxman Jhula and Ram Jhula: The 450 feet long iron suspended bridges, Laxman and Ram Jhula – are the glory of this beautiful tourist hub. The bridges are 4 km from the Rishikesh railway station. It offering scenic beauty, these architectural marvels is important pilgrimage spots and is definitely top places to visit in Rishikesh. One can also visit famous Trayambakeshwar temple, Ram temple, and Laxman temple, situated in the vicinity.
Temples in Rishikesh
Triambakeshwar Temple: Triambakeshwar Temple which is also called as Tera Manzil Temple is situated near Lakshman Jhula bridge in Rishikesh. Tera Manzil Temple is devoted to idols of Hindu God and Goddess. Here visitors always capture a superb vision of the full area from the top of the temple.
Rishikund tank and Raghunath Temple Rishikesh : The Rishikund tank and Raghunath temple near the tank also present quite beautiful scenic views. Lord Ram used the tank for bathing while he was in exile.
Geeta Bhawan Rishikesh: It is the Temple in which the well-known Indian epic Mahabharata and Ramayana are explains on the walls. Here people assemble to read the Ramayana jointly.
Nilkanth Mahadev Temple: Nilkanth mahadev temple is one of the temples and is very popular in north India which is positioned at height of around 5500 ft.
Shatrughna Mandir: Shatrughna Mandir is dedicated to Shatrughna of the epic Ramayana. This ancient shrine is said to be established by Adi Shankaracharya during his visit to Rishikesh. Shatrughna Temple is located near Ram Jhula.
Kunjapuri Devi Temple: Kunjapuri Devi Temple is a hill-top goddess temple in Rishikesh. This Devi Temple is one of the revered shrines in Rishikesh. This shrine is dedicated to Goddess Sati (Goddess Parvati).
Lakshman Temple: Lakshman Temple is situated on the banks of River Ganga near Lakshman Jhula. It is said that Lakshman Temple was established by Adi Shankaracharya. This temple is dedicated to Lakshmana (Rama's brother) of the epic Ramayana.
Places to see in joshimath
Hemkund Saheb: Considered to be one of the most sacred Sikh pilgrimage centres, Hemkund Saheb also makes an ideal trekking spot.
Valley of Flowers: If one is fond of flowers then is a must visit place for him. Witness the endless galore of multihued blooms and you'll just wish to stay in this oblivion flowery world forever.
Badrinath: This sacred site is one of the most sacred pilgrimage centre of the state and is also one four holy sites or 'Char Dhams', visited by numerous pilgrims year after year.
Auli: Auli is nestled in the lap of the snow-capped peaks of Garhwal Himalayas in the Chamoli District of western Uttar Pradesh, near the world famous religious shrine of Badrinath. At an altitude of 2,500 - 3,050 meters above sea level, Auli's well-dressed slopes are flanked by coniferous and oak forests and offer a panoramic view of Mt. Nanda Devi, Mana Parbat, Dunagriri, Beethartoli, Nilkanth, Hathi Parbat and Ghori Parbat.
Tirth yatra packages in India (chardham tours)
Shri Badrinath Dham
Badrinath Dham is considered the holiest of the four important shrines. The town is at an altitude of 3,133 m. above sea level, situated on the left bank of river Alaknanda and exactly between the two mountains Nara and Narayan and the shadow of Nilkantha peak. The shrine is dedicated to Vishnu the preserver and protector of Hindu Divine Trinity.
Shri Kedarnath Dham
The Kedarnath shrine, one of the 12 jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, Kedar is another name of Lord Shiva, the protector and the destroyer. According to legend, the Pandavas after having won over the Kaurava in the Kurukshetra war, felt guilty of having killed their own brothers and sought the blessings of Lord Shiva for redemption. He eluded them repeatedly and while fleeing took refuge at Kedarnath in the form of a bull. On being followed he dived into the ground, leaving his hump on the surface. The remaining portions of Lord Shiva appeared at four other places and are worshipped there as his manifestations. The arms appeared at Tungnath, the face at Rudranath, the belly at Madhmaheshwar and his locks (hair) with head at Kalpeshwar. Kedarnath and the four above-mentioned shrines are treated as Panch Kedar.
The Shrine of Gangotri situated at an elevation of 3200 m above sea level amidst captivating surroundings along the right bank of Bhagirathi is 100 km from Uttarkashi. The temples opening are preceded by a special Puja of Ganga both inside the temple as well as on the river bank.
Yamunotri Dham is the Source of Yamunotri River and the seat of Godess Yamuna,it is the westernmost shrine in the Garhwal Himalayas,The main attraction at Yamunotri is the temple devoted to the Goddess Yamuna and the holy thermal springs at Janki Chatti. The temple of Yamuna, on the left bank of the Yamuna, was constructed by Maharaja Pratap Shah of Tehri Garhwal. The deity is made of black marble. The Yamuna, like the Ganges, has been elavated to the status of a divine mother for the Hindus and has been held responsible for nurturing and developing the Indian civilization.
List of tirth sthal in India (Bharat tirtha darshan)
Badrinath Temple: located in the Chamoli district, a small town of Badrinath (Uttarakhand).
Somnath Temple: The temple is located in Prabhas Kshetra in Saurashtra (Gujarat).
Kedarnath Temple: Situated in the Himalayan range of Garhwal area (Uttarakhand)
Rameshwaram Temple: Located a small island town in Tamil Nadu
Vaishno Devi Mandir: situated in Jammu and Kashmir, near Katra town.
Gangotri Temple: situated in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand.
Kashi Vishwanath Temple: Located in the ancient and holy city of Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh),
Lord Jagannath Temple: temple is situated in Puri (Orissa)
Yamunotri Temple: Located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand
Amarnath Cave Temple: Located in state of Jammu and Kashmir
Winter: In winters due to heavy snowfall, the Kedarnath Temple is closed and no one stays in Kedarnath. For six months (November to April) the Palki of Lord Kedarnath is transferred to a place near Guptakashi called Ukhimath and is reinstated at Kedarnath, in the month of May. It is at this time, that the doors of the temple are thrown open to pilgrims, who gather from all parts of India, for a holy pilgrimage.
Summer: Summer season stars from May and end till month of June. Summers are ideal for all sightseeing, temple visit and also for visiting nearby attractions. Climate Are very pleasant with moderate climate, with average temperature around 17°C.
Monsoon: Monsoon months are End of July, Aug and Early September. Monsoon from July to August are accompanied with occasional rains and also temperature drops down to 12°C. Landslides are common so tourists should avoid holidaying in this season .Rainy Seasons should be avoided due to landslides in various areas of Kedarnath.
The Best Season to visit: Best time to visit Kedarnath is the months of May, June, September and October. Kedarnath has a cold climate for most part of the year on these months
Winter: Winters during October to March are chilly freeze have temperatures at sub-zero level and are characterized by heavy snowfalls. This season in Yamunotri is from October to March. Winters are chilly with the temperature ranging from -7 to 5°C.
Summer: Summers season starts from April and ends in July in yamunotri region. Temperature during this season ranges from 6 to 20° and May-June are the warmest months.
Monsoon: During monsoon, season in Yamunotri this place witnesses heavy rainfall. This season starts from late July and ends in September. Monsoon season is not suited for any outdoor activities, especially the months of December and January as rainfalls are very scanty here
Best time to visit: People visit this city to explore a pleasant atmosphere throughout the year but the Best time to visit Yamunotri is between May to June and September to November
Haridwar to Badrinath distance
By road: Distance between Haridwar to Badrinath is 323 km by Road along with an aerial distance of 157 km.
By train: There is no direct train between Haridwar and Badrinath. You can take Kgm Ddn Express from Haridwar to Dehradun then take a taxi from Dehradun to Badrinath
There is no direct bus between Haridwar and Badrinath. You can take State Transport Bus from Haridwar to Badrinath
The river Ganga originates from the Gangotri glacier and is known as Bhagirathi. The name Ganga picks up later on after the river passes Devaprayag and merges into the river Alaknanda.
This is a perfect destination to breathe in a serene and pious atmosphere; Gangotri has the charm to attract people from all over. The striking presence of the snow-clad mountains in the vicinity and the pure crystal clear water of the Ganges flowing around add to the sanctity of the place. One feels close to God in the high altitude of Gangotri.
The shrine of Gangotri is situated at an elevation of 3200 m surrounded by the trees of pines and deodars. Every year people from all around the world visit this shrine.
A number of ashrams and dharamshalas are located on the other side of the river. It is believed that Raja Bhagirath used to worship Shiva on a slab of rock "Bhagirath Shila" situated near the temple.
Submerged in the river there is a natural Shivling where, according to mythology, Lord Shiva sat when he received the Goddess Ganga in his matted locks.
Attractions to visit near Gangotri
Bhojbasa: situated at an altitude of 3,775 mt. above sea leval
Gangnani: A small town situated 46 km. from Gangotri
Gangotri Temple: This 18th-century temple has an impressive height of 20 feet.
Bhairoghati: It is approximately 10 km. from Gangotri town.
Jalmagna shivv linga: Situated near main temple area with running water from origin of holy ganga river.
Best time to visit: Best season to visit the holy city of Gangotri is from April to June and September to November.
Kedar Dham yatra
Kedarnath range stands one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. The beautiful scenic views around the temple look like quite peace on heaven. It is a beautiful place to do meditation. The main attractions here are the Shiva Temple, which is a popular Hindu shrine and pilgrimage, attracting devotees from all over the world. This is one of the most famous yatra and Hindu pilgrimage site.
Badrinath Dham Yatra
Badrinath Dham is a majestic sight as well as the most important of all the Char Dhams. Badrinath is one among four pilgrimage centers in four corners of India. It is the only Shrine which is a part of both Chota Char Dham and India Char Dham