Kedarnath Temple:

  • Altitude: 3,580 meters
  • Significance: One of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, forming part of the Chota Char Dham pilgrimage sites and one of the Panch Kedar.
  • History: Reconstructed by Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century.
  • Noteworthy Fact: The temple was reportedly covered in snow for over 400 years during the Little Ice Age (1300-1900 AD).

Badrinath Temple:

  • Altitude: 3,300 meters
  • Significance: Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, it is one of the four major pilgrimage sites in India, part of the Char Dham pilgrimage circuit.
  • History: Re-established by Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century.

Tungnath Temple:

  • Altitude: Tungnath Temple is situated at an altitude of approximately 3,680 meters, making it the highest Shiva temple in the world.
  • Significance: Tungnath is one of the Panch Kedar, revered as the place where the arm of Lord Shiva is believed to have appeared.
  • History: The temple has ancient origins, believed to date back to the time of the Mahabharata. It holds significant mythological and historical importance.
  • Spiritual Trek: Accessible through a trekking route, the journey to Tungnath is a test of both physical endurance and spiritual devotion. The trek offers breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks.

Chandrashila Peak:

  • Altitude: Chandrashila Peak stands tall at an elevation of around 3,690 meters, offering panoramic views of the Himalayas.
  • Significance: Chandrashila, which translates to "Moon Rock," is renowned for its stunning sunrise and sunset vistas, making it a popular trekking destination.
  • Spiritual and Natural Beauty: Chandrashila not only offers a mesmerizing view of the Himalayan range but also holds spiritual significance. Many visitors find solace and tranquility in the serene surroundings atop the peak.
  • Connection to Tungnath: Chandrashila is commonly visited as part of the Tungnath-Chandrashila trek, where pilgrims first pay homage at Tungnath Temple before ascending to the summit of Chandrashila for a divine experience amidst nature's grandeur.
10 Nights 11 Days 01 Jun, 02 Jun, 07 Jun, and more
What makes this tour special

Places & Attraction of the trip:

  • Har ki Pauri Ghat - Haridwar
  • Devprayag - Bhagirathi & Alaknanda river confluence
  • Rudraprayag - Mandakini & Alaknanda river confluence 
  • Dharidevi temple - A beautiful temple of goodness Kali in the middle of river
  • Vishwanath temple - Ancient shiva temple in Guptkashi
  • Gaurikund - Hot water spring beside Mandakini river
  • Kedarnath dham - 21 km trek
  • Bhairav temple at kedarnath
  • Chopta - Beautiful meadows
  • Tungnath Temple*
  • Badrinath Temple
  • Tapt Kund - Hot water spring besides alaknanda river
  • Mana Village - Saraswati River, Vyas Gufa, Bheem Pull
  • Nand Prayag, KarnaPrayag
  • Rishikesh - Ram Jhula to Laxman Jhula
  • Rishikesh Ganga Aarti
  • Beatles Ashram, Parmarth Niketan Ashram
  • River Rafting* 
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • AC Pushback seater transportation from Delhi to Haridwar & Haridwar to Delhi by Bus or Tempo traveler
  • Tempo traveler or minibus from Haridwar to Rishikesh
  • 6 Night accommodation on sharing basis as per itinerary
  • 6 Breakfast & 6 Dinner
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Local support & itinerary
  • Trip Coordinator

What is NOT included in the tour

  • 5% GST
  • Any personal expenses not mentioned above
  • Extra meals, beverage not mentioned above
  • Any cost arising due to any unforeseen situation including any medical emergency or natural calamities, Unexpected delay due to road block etc
  • Any local transportation not mentioned for example
  • Sonprayag to Gaurikund jeep - 70rs, Local
  • Airport or railway station pick up and drop
  • Any paid activities and ride not mentioned above
Day 1: Departure from Ahmedabad to Delhi Take a train from Ahmedabad to Delhi
  • We can facilitate trains from Ahmedabad to Delhi
  • Depending upon availability, the trains may vary
Day 2: Arrival in Delhi | Departure to Haridwar
  • Arrive in Delhi in the morning from Ahmedabad
  • We will suggest/arrange daytime budget stay and freshen-up place in Delhi at a minimum budget. Meeting time will be 11.00 PM at Majnu ka Tilla
Day 3: Haridwar - Devprayag - Rudraprayag - Dharidevi temple - Guptkashi (210 km / 6 Hrs)
  • Early morning arrival at Har ki Pauri ghat in Haridwar
  • Load your luggage in tempo/mini-bus 
  • Take a dip in the Ganga river and freshen up at the ghat
  • Witness the morning Ganga Aarti at Har ki Pauri Ghat
  • Drive towards Guptkashi, visiting Devprayag and Rudraprayag en route
  • Visit Dharidevi temple and Vishwanath temple in Guptkashi
  • Check into the hotel/camp for an overnight stay in Guptkashi
  • Dinner and rest.
Day 4: Guptkashi - Sonprayag - Gaurikund - Kedarnath Trek (21kms/8 hours)
  • Start your day early
  • Leave extra luggage at the hotel
  • Drive for an hour towards Sonprayag/Sitapur
  • From Sonprayag, proceed to Gaurikund by local jeep
  • Visit the hot water spring at Gaurikund
  • Start the 21 km trek towards Kedarnath Dham (8-10 hours)
  • Reach Kedarnath temple, check into a hotel room near the temple, and witness the evening Aarti at Kedarnath temple
  • Have dinner and rest for the day.
Day 5: Kedarnath - Gaurikund - Sonprayag - Guptkashi (21kms/5 hours)
  • Wake up early for morning darshan at Kedarnath temple
  • Explore surrounding areas such as Bhimshila, Adi Shankaracharya Statue, and Bhairav temple
  • After breakfast, trek down to Gaurikund (4-6 hours)
  • Reach Sonprayag/Sitapur parking and drive back to Guptkashi
  • Check into the hotel, freshen up, have dinner, and enjoy a campfire
  • Rest for the day.
Day 6: Guptkashi - Chopta - Tungnath Trek-Joshimath
  • Early wake-up and scenic drive to Chopta
  • Reach Chopta and start trekking towards Tungnath temple, the world's highest Shiva temple
  • Enjoy the trek amidst the majestic Himalayan range
  • Optionally, trek to Chandrashila peak
  • After finishing the trek, drive back to Joshimath
  • Have dinner and rest for the day
Day 7: Joshimath – Badrinath – Mana – Joshimath (90km / 3-4 Hours)
  • Early wake-up, breakfast, and drive to Badrinath
  • Visit Badrinath Temple, hot water spring Tapt Kund, and Mana village
  • Optionally, trek to Vasudhara Waterfall
  • Later, drive back to Joshimath
  • Have dinner and rest for the day
Day 8: Joshimath – Rishikesh (270km/8-9 hours)
  • Early wake-up, breakfast, and start the journey to Rishikesh
  • On the way, stop at Nand Prayag and Karna Prayag
  • Reach Rishikesh in the evening
  • Have dinner and rest for the day
Day 9: Rishikesh free day - Rishikesh/ Haridwar- Delhi Overnight Journey
  • Explore Rishikesh in the morning
  • Enjoy activities like river rafting, cliff jumping, bungee jumping, or visit landmarks like Laxman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Beatles Ashram, Neer waterfall, and attend Ganga Aarti
  • Have dinner at street foods and cafes
  • Later, board the return bus to Delhi around 11.00 PM
Day 10: Arrival in Delhi | Delhi to Ahmedabad
  • Reach Delhi and depart to Ahmedabad
Day 11: Arrival in Ahmedabad
  • Arrive in Ahmedabad as per your train schedule.
Things to Carry

Basic Essential
✓ Backpack (Main bag, preferably rucksack
✓ Small backpack (to carry water bottle & personal stuff /20-30 ltr)
✓ Refillable Water bottle
✓ Sports/Trekking shoes (comfortable in long hikes/treks)
✓ Socks (extra pair of woollen socks)
✓ Slipper/Sandals
✓ Original ID proof

✓ Thermal Inners
✓ Pair of light clothes, as per requirement
✓ Winter jackets/Woolen/Sweater
✓ Raincoat/poncho (In case of snow/rain )
✓ Winter cap/Headcover/woollen cap
✓ Hat/Cap to cover your head in direct sunlight
✓ Handkerchief - towel – napkin
✓ Gloves

Personal Utilities & Accessories:
✓ Sunglasses
✓ Skin Moisturizer, lip balm, Sunscreen etc.
✓ Personal Sanitary Items
✓ Camera, Power Bank, Charger, Earphones, Bluetooth speaker
depending on personal need
✓ Personal Medication if any
✓ Polythene bags to store wet clothes/personal waste