According to the Kedarnath and Badrianth tour package, the first leg of the journey will begin from Delhi to Rishikesh.
Upon arrivingin Rishikesh, you will be met by our executive, to be transferred to your hotel, and the necessary check-in formalities taken care of.
After resting awhile will be the time to explore this Holy City. There are many famous Ghats along the River Ganges to be visited and enjoyed in. Also, visits tohistorical places, like the Laxman Jhula, Ram Jhula and Parmarth Niketan Ashram should not be ruled out.
The day satisfactorily ends with a visit to the Triveni Ghats for the evening Aarti.
A return trip is then made, back to the hotel for enjoying a well- deserved rest and sleep.
Day 02: Journey from Rishikesh to Guptkashi
After a rested night, enjoying the hotel’s breakfast and checking out, it is time for the journey to Guptkashi, as per the Kedarnath and Badrinath package from Delhi.
During this ride, you will be able to see the magnificent sight of the confluence of the rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi,at Devprayag.
A stop over is made at Srinagar. The local cuisines here will fill your culinary senses and the sheer beauty of the landscape around you will take your breath away. If time is adequate, there may be made a quick trip to the Ardhavarehwar Temple also.
The journey now continues to Guptkashi, and you will have sightings of Rudraprayag and Ukhinath, all historical places.
On reaching Guptkashi, there will be another round of check-in to a comfortable hotel, for the night.
Day 03: Journey from Guptkashi to Kedarnath
Fresh and up in the morning, and after enjoying an early breakfast at the hotel, it is time for the ride to Gaurikund. This is the base camp for Kedarnath. It is also famous for being the place where Goddess Parvati is worshipped.
From here, it is a 16 km trek to the Kedarnath Temple. You can cover this distance by trekking, or by renting a pony or palanquin ride, according to ones’ convenience.
On the way, there is also the option of stopping for a while at Rambara, in case you are needing a light meal or to have lunch.
The Kedarnath Temple itself is a sight to behold, and being situated amongst tall mountains, is simply awe-inspiring.
Having witnessed the rituals and offering prayers at the temple, it is the time for the return ride to Guptkashi and to enjoy another restful nightat the hotel.
Day 04: Journey from Guptkashi to Badrinath
After the customary breakfast, it is time for the venture to Badrinath.
On reaching Badrinath, the check in takes place at the allotted hotel. Once done, you can take full advantage of the pleasures of sight-seeing.
Begin with the holy bath in the TaptKund. This is a natural thermal spring and a bath here is a ritual before your entry into the Badrinath Temple.
The next in line would be a visit to the Mana Village, the last spot before Tibet.
5 kilometers out of Badrinath is the Vasundhara Falls, a weakness for all who come here to see it.
BhimPul, which lies on the other side of Mana Village, consists of a natural rock formation in the likes of a bridge, over the fast and clear flowing Saraswati river.
Another historical site, the Vyas Gufa, is not to be missed.
Having spent another thoroughly fulfilling day, it is time to retire to the hotel for the night’s rest.
Day 05: Journey from Badrinath to Joshimath to Rudraprayag
Morning will see you leaving for Rudraprayag, via Joshimath.
On the slopes where rivers Alaknanda and Dhauliganga meet, is where Joshimath is situated. All along the journey is bound to fill you with an overall feeling of holiness and pure strength.
Joshimath is also one of the “Maths” established by Adi Shankaracharya.
Rudraprayag is 86 km away from Kedarnath.
Night stay will be at a designated hotel in Rudraprayag.
Day 06: Journey from Rudraprayag to Haridwar
The day will begin with the customary check out of the hotel and the commencement of the journey to Haridwar.
Haridwar is one of the holiest places for Hindus.
Therefore, it is so rightly also known as the Gateway to God.
It is situated on the banks of the river Ganges, and is always teeming with religious pilgrims from all over the world.
The Mansa Devi temple is a must visit and the day gently gives way to a sublime evening, spent observing the Ganga Aarti at Har-ki-Pauri.
It is then time to check-in to the allotted hotel and its comforts.
Day 07: Journey from Haridwar, back to Delhi
In the morning, the journey back to Delhi from Haridwar will make you feel as if you have indeed been blessed and spiritually more enlightened.