Divine Char Dham From Haridwar

Duration

05 Nights / 06 Days

Destination

Haridwar - Guptkashi - Sonparyag - Gaurikund - Kedarnath - Gaurikund - Sonparyag - Guptkashi - Rudraprayag -Badrinath - Rudraparyag - Haridwar .

Day 01 : Haridwar - Guptkashi

Pick you from your convenient place, departure for Guptkashi.Evening free for local sightseeing. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02 : Guptkashi - Sonparyag - Gaurikund - Kedarnath

Early morning 19 Kms trek to Kedarnath, Overnight stay at hotle.Kedarnath Temple:-the present temple built in 8th century AD by Adi Guru Shankaracharya lies adjacent to the site of an ancient temple built by Pandavas. Temple has a Conical Lingam - the assemblies of pilgrims and visitors. The temple is more than 1000 year old. Behind the Kedarnath temple lies the samdhi of final resting place of Adi Guru Shankaracharya. It is belived that after establishing the four dham in India he went for his Samadhi at an early age of 32 years.

Day 03 : Kedarnath - Gaurikund - Sonparyag - Guptkashi

After Darshan and pooja proceed to trek Gaurikund. . Drive to Guptkashi. Overnight stay at hotel Guptkashi.

Day 04 : Rudraprayag - Badrinath

Badrinath:Cradled in the twin Mountain ranges of Nar and Narayan is the holies of the four main shrines-badrinath along the left bank of Alaknanda with the towering Neelkanth peak as the splendid backdrop. Once the spot was carpeted eith "Badri"or wild berries and hence was famous as Badrivan Legend has it when the ganga was requested to descend to earth to help suffering humanity, the earth was unable to with stand the force of its descent, There for the mighty ganga was split in to 12 holy channels, Alaknanda was one of then that later became the abode of Loard Vishnu or Badrinath. Over night stay at Badrinath.

Day 05 : Badrinath - Rudraparyag

After Darshan and pooja proceed to Rudraparyag. Overnight stay at hotel Rudraparyag.

Day 06 : Rudraparyag - Haridwar

Morning Drive from to Haridwar, Arrive Haridwar and dropping at Railway station / Airport.

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