Visit Chardham Yatra of Uttarakhand and Strengthen Your Deep Bond with Your God

Chardham Yatra is confined to the cold ranges of Garhwal, Uttarakhand in North India; it consists a journey to the four sacred Hindu places, Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath. All these shrines situated at a higher altitude, these all places have great history associated with them. Hindus highly regard Chardham Yatra and believed that pilgrims undertaking tours to Chardham washed their sins away and get ‘Moksha’.

The doors of Chardham Yatra open between the month of May and November. A Chardham Pilgrimage also gets the closer look of natural beauties through shimmering rivers, lush green fields and snow-capped Himalayan Ranges that also make this religious Yatra more spiritual, peaceful and unforgettable.

Accommodation options during Chardham Yatra


There is a great facility of separate luxury Swiss cottage tents with thatched roofs. All these Chardham hotels are available with attached baths and toilets. The main goal of the Chardham camps is to offer optimum quality services and comfort to the esteemed pilgrims. The purview of the services in these camps goes beyond hygienic, spacious and luxurious living conditions, luscious multi-cuisines and running supply of hot and cold water throughout the stay. During your stay, you can also enjoy the glimpse of the local culture and make a part of various activities like; Evening Arti, Bhajan Kirtan, and trek at Harshil.

It is better for you to book your staying place in advance via online booking websites or travel agency and make your Chardham Yatra memorable and comfortable. They also provide you nitty-gritty details of the trip. You are guided at each step and assisted during the entire journey. The travel thus promises to be a cherished experience forever.


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