Badrinath Dham, one of the Chardham set on the lofty peaks of snow-clad Garhwal Himalayas is the abode of Lord Vishnu. This holy Dham falls in Uttarakhand Chamoli district and the shrine here is said to have been founded by Adi Guru Shankaracharya, the renowned founder and reformer of Hinduism. The Badrinath Dham stands with all divine glory at the sacred confluence of River Alaknanda and Rishi Ganga. The awe-inspiring Nilkantha Peak overshadows the Badrinath Dham which is poised amid the majestic mountain ranges entitled as ‘Nar-Narayan’. The mythological aura and spiritual significance of Badrinath Dham cause thousands of pilgrims to flock the place each year. According to legends, Lord Vishnu undertook rigorous penance at this place and to save him from the onslaughts of the scorching sun, His consort Goddess Mahalaxmi took the shape of a Badri Tree to shelter him.
If you wish to bask in the spiritual splendor of the place plus enjoy the stunning natural beauty all around, embark on this 4 Days / 3 Nights Tour of Sri Badrinath Ji.
Badrinath Yatra Itinerary from Haridwar
Day 1 :Haridwar – Pipalkoti (243 Km / 8 Hrs – 44 Min)
On your Arrival at Haridwar, our Namaste India Trip representative greets you and then transports you to Pipalkoti; a journey of about 8 hours. On reaching, check into the hotel. Night stay in Pipalkoti.
Day 2 :Pipalkoti – Badrinath (76 Km / 2 Hrs – 17 Min)
Next morning, we set out for Badrinath Dham. On reaching, take your in holy Tapt Kund and then go on to have a Darshan of Badrinarayan in the temple of Badrinath. Pilgrims who wish to participate in the Maha Abhishek of Badri Vishal can procure tickets from temple committee counter. Those who wish to perform the last rites for their ancestors can do so at Brahma Kapal well renowned for the Pind Daan Shraddha. Then you can go for a sightseeing to Mana Village; the last of the villages on the Indo-Tibetan border, Bhimkund, Vyas Gufa, Charan Paduka, Mata Murti, ‘Mukh’ of River Saraswati. Night stay in Badrinath.
Day 3 :Badrinath – Rudraprayag (156 Km / 5 Hrs – 2 Min)
Next morning, ageing we visit Badrinath Temple after taking a sacred dip in Tapt Kund. Apart from having a Darshan of Sri Badri Vishal, the main deity, you can even have Darshan of the all other deities housed inside the temple complex such as that of Garura, Narada, Ganesha, Kubera, Nar & Narayana, Uddhav, Mata Laxmi, and Hanuman Ji. In a word, spirituality reigns supreme in Badrinath Dham and for any God lover, it is a real treat to get blessed by so many Gods and Goddesses all the same time. Take your Yatra to the utmost level of fulfillment by getting the Charanamrit from the temple. After the temple visit, we proceed towards Rudraprayag, a by-road journey of 8 hours. Night stay in Rudraprayag.
Day 4 :Rudraprayag – Haridwar (162 Km / 5 Hrs – 30 Min)
Next morning, we start out for Rishikesh. On reaching we, visit the most important places such as Ram Jhula, Laxman Jhula, Sivananda Ashram, Gita Bhavan, Parmarth Niketan. After finishing up with Rishikesh sightseeing, we head for Haridwar. On reaching Haridwar, our representative sees you off at the airport or rail station of Haridwar and that marks the end of this memorable Badrinath Yatra. You go back home with a heart brimming with piety, solace and spirituality.
- Start your Badrinath Darshan with the dip in the Tapt Kund
- Tickets for Badri Vishal's Maha Abhishek can be obtained from the temple committee counter, so you too can avail
- One can do the last rites at Brahma Kapal well renowned for the Pind Daan Shraddha
- Also there will be a visit to the Mana Village the last of the villages on the Indo-Tibetan border, Bhimkund, Vyas Gufa, Charan Paduka, Mata Murti, ‘Mukh’ of River Saraswati
- In Rishikesh visit the Ram Jhula, Laxman Jhula, Sivananda Ashram, Gita Bhavan, Parmarth Niketan
- All car / taxi / cab service
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- Meals as per itinerary
- Driver allowance, parking fees, fuel charges
- Pick up and drop off service
- Medical and travel insurance
- Any expense of personal nature
- Monument entrance fees
- Tipping, phone bills, etc.
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions section