Finding the Best Kedarnath Hotels

Kedarnath hotels and CampsOne of the most celebrated pilgrimages in India is traveling to the region known as Kedarnath located in the northern state of Uttarakhand. Traditionally, it is known as the Kedarnath Yatra and is taken by countless Hindus from all around every year. Kedarnath Yatra also holds a lot of attraction for the casual traveler due to the unique natural charms of the region.

According to legend, Kedarnath was named after King Kedar who ruled in the Satya Yuga, a mythological era in Indian scriptures. King Kedar was also the father of Vrinda who was a partial incarnation of the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity, Lakshmi. According to mythology, she performed austerities for 60,000 years and in her honor, the land is also known as Vrindavan.

If you are planning a trip to this ancient city and are exploring accommodation options in the region, you will be happy to discover that there is no dearth of Kedarnath hotels. The area is dotted with places of all shapes and sizes to accommodate yourself, from the very cheap Dharamshalas to more expensive hotels and everything in between.

Speaking of Kedarnath hotels, one of the best choices is the Chardham Camp. Designed along the lines of Swiss cottages with attached baths and showers, the Chardham Camp provides a very comfortable and enjoyable experience for just about any kind of traveler. With provisions for guided tours, riverside bonfires, Bhajans and Kirtans, temple aarti by local priests and frequent cultural programs, you are assured of a grand experience during your stay at the Chardham Camp.

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