Yamunotri being one of the most important pilgrimages in the Char Dham circuit and the originating point of River Yamuna is one of the most prime pilgrimages of Hindu. Every year the pilgrimage is visited by millions of devotees flocking from different places of the world holding an immense faith in their heart for River Yamuna. This huge ancient temple of Yamuna, sister of Yama (the god of death) holds myriads of mythological tales where each adding a different charm to this pilgrim site. There is a saying that “nothing is impossible if you are strongly dedicated for it” and this saying is pretty applicable here as despite being located at an extreme location, the pilgrimage is covered by millions of Hindu devout and even this number is increasing year by year.
- Attending the Ganga Aarti ceremony at Har Ki Pauri Ghat in Haridwar.
- Witnessing the beauty of Kempty Falls and other natural scenic vistas.
- Visiting the holy shrine of River Yamuna and taking a dip into the sacred River.
Itinerary - Yamunotri Yatra from Delhi
Day 1 :Delhi – Haridwar
Welcome to Delhi, the capital city of India. Once you set your foot at the Delhi airport or the railway station you will receive a warm and hearty welcome from our representative who will join you for the entire trip. Our representative will then escort you to Haridwar via a comfortable private vehicle and soon after reaching Haridwar head towards the hotel where you can unwind yourself and relax for a few hours. Dwell yourself in the spiritual vibes of Haridwar by attending Ganga Aarti and if time allows you then you can visit the famous Mansa Devi Temple before you head towards your stay.
Day 2 :Haridwar – Barkot
Leave from Haridwar early morning after taking breakfast and drive straight towards Barkot via Mussoorie. This is going to be one of the best journeys of your Yamunotri trip as this route is going to mesmerize you with the astonishing beauty of the scenic splendors including the gorgeous Kempty Falls. The arrangements of your overnight stay are done in Barkot so on setting your foot in Barkot you will be transferred to the hotel for dinner.
Day 3 :Barkot – Yamunotri – Barkot
Start your day early morning around 5 am and drive towards Janki Chatti or Phool Chatti. This is the point from where a devotee commences its trekking trail of 6 km to do the philosophy of Yamunotri but if you find it difficult to trek then you avail the facility of pony, palanquin rides, and also you can opt for the horse ride facility on your own cost. After reaching the top of the trek take bath into the holy thermal spring of Tapt Kund as there is a ritual of taking a dip here before you enter the temple. Post completing Darshan you can spend some wonderful moments amidst the admiring surroundings of the Himalayas and then trek back to Janki Chatti. This is all for the day and now from here, you will be taken back to Barkot where you can relax into the hotel room after completing certain check-in formalities.
Day 4 :Barkot – Haridwar
Check-out from the hotel around 9 or 10 am and then head towards Haridwar. This is again to be an exciting journey as the route offers you the scenic views of the pictorial surroundings of green mountains and valleys. On reaching Haridwar head straight towards the hotel to relax and freshen up at the hotel. Later on, move out of the hotel and move towards the Har Ki Pauri Ghat for attending Ganga Aarti and you can also buy some religious items here.
Day 5 :Haridwar – Delhi
Post savoring the first meal of the day and then leave from Haridwar to Delhi. Upon your arrival in Delhi, you will be dropped at the airport or the railway station from where you will commence your journey way back home.
|Tour Name||Yamunotri Yatra from Delhi|
|Duration||5 Days / 4 Nights|
|Destinations||Delhi - Haridwar - Barkot - Yamunotri|
|Tour Price||On Request|
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