Ensure a Comfortable Stay During Your Char Dham Yatra

Chardham CampsThe Char Dham Yatra or a pilgrimage to the four most significant of places for devout Hindus, will take you to Yamunotri, the source of the Yamuna, Gangotri, the source of the Ganges, Kedarnath, the venerated place of Shiva and Badrinath, the seat of Vishnu. These are all located in the Garhwal sector of Uttarakhand, earlier in the UP. In order to provide rest and recouping facilities Leisure Hotels have set up excellent infrastructure in the form of luxury tented accommodation at Joshimath for Badrinath, Guptkashi for Kedarnath, Barkot for Yamunotri and Harsil for Gangotri.

Located at 1558 meters, the proximity of Uttarkashi to Gangotri makes it an important destination for tourists. Maneri, located 13 km upstream of Uttarkashi has a beautiful lake with clear waters surrounded by conifers and is in itself a popular tourist attraction. There are excellent hotels in Uttarkashi in the form of The Camp 5 Elements. These are meant for all those who come to Garhwal for Char Dham Yatra or Gangotri or just for enjoying the beauty of Uttarkashi.

The hotels in Uttarkashi comprise of the luxury tented accommodation at Joshimath, Guptkashi, Barkot, Harsil besides Maneri, the location of the Camp Five Elements, the Himalayan Camp that is used as a transit for the Chardham package clients during May to September each year. At the tented accommodation you will enjoy the luxury of attached baths and toilets with running hot and cold water with multi-cuisine dining facilities. There are special offers for guests at the tented accommodation. The Camp 5 Elements, similarly, provides all the basic amenities such as round the clock electricity and both cold and hot water available at the taps. Sumptuous vegetarian multi cuisine dishes are prepared in the authentic way and served here. There are special offers for guests throughout the year at The Camp 5 Elements except for certain special extended weekends such as Good Friday.


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