- Destinations covered in the tour...
Rishikesh; Sayan Chatti; Hanuman Chatti; Yamunotri; Janaki Chatti; Gangotri; Uttarkashi; Gauri Kund; Kedarnath; Badrinath; Haridwar
- Rishikesh: Located on the banks of the Holy Ganga and just 24 kilometers from Haridwar, Rishikesh is the Gateway to the Himalayas and is also famous as 'Yoga Capital of the World'. The calm and serene banks of Rishikesh attract many Yogis and Sages who come here for attainment of salvation.
- Sayan Chatti: Located just 27 kilometers from Barkot and 18 kilometers from Yamunotri, it is a scenic spot on the banks of river Yamuna.
- Hanuman Chatti: This the converging point of Hanuman Ganga and river Yamuna; this is the place where the trek to Dodi Tal (situated at an altitude of 3,307 meters above the sea level) starts as well.
- Yamunotri: Also famous as one of 1 of the 4 Dhaams in Hindu mythology, Yamunotri is the origin point of the sacred river Yamuna.
- Janaki Chatti: Situated just 5 kilometers from Yamunotri, this place is famous for its natural hot springs where travelers can take a relaxing hot bath.
- Gangotri: Also famous as one of 1 of the 4 Dhaams in Hindu mythology, Gangotri is the originating point of the sacred river Ganga.
- Uttarkashi: located at a distance of around 145 kilometers from Rishikesh, and at an elevation of 1158 meters above the sea level on the banks of river Bhagirathi, Uttarkashi gets its importance due to being a gateway to the 2 famous Dhaams of Hindus; Gangotri and Yamunotri.
- Gauri Kund: Located at an altitude 0f 1982 meters above the sea level, Gauri Kund is just 5 kilometers away from Sonprayag en route to Kedarnath. Before heading to Kedarnath on foot, people take bath in the hot water pond here and also visit the Gauri Devi temple. This is the place where Goddess Parvati meditated to attain Lord Shiva.
- Kedarnath: One of the 12 'Jyotirlingas' of Lord Shiva; situated at an altitude of 3584 meters above the sea level at the top of river Mandakini, the holy place of Kedarnath is amongst the most sacred pilgrimages of Hindus. Built in the 8th century by Adi Shankaracharya, Kedarnath stands adjoining the site of another temple built by the Pandavas. Outside the temple door, there is stone carved statute of the Nandi Bull sitting there like a guard. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this exquisitely built temple is said to be more than a 1000 years old.
- Badrinath: Situated at an altitude of 3,133 meters above sea level on the banks of river Alaknanda, this holy shrine is dedicated to Vishnu, the preserver and falls in the religious journey of every devoted Hindu.
- Haridwar: Haridwar, which literally means 'the Gateway to the abode of Gods', is blessed by the holy trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesha (Shiva) lies on the banks of River Ganga. Well-known for the world renowned 'Maha-Kumbh Mela' coming every 12 years and the Ardh (half) Kumbh arriving every 6 years, this place attracts pilgrims from all parts of the world. A highlight of this place is the 'Ganga Ki Aarti', which is performed at the 'Har Ki Pauri' Ghats every evening.
A HOLY PILGRIMAGE TOUR OF CHAAR DHAAMS