The Transport Guide to your Char Dham Yatra Trip
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The Transport Guide to your Char Dham Yatra Trip

Char Dham yatra is one of the most secular trips which will ever come across India Trip. The tour to the four spots in the Char Dham Yatra gives a tranquil mind in the heart of divine spirit and the beauty of enchanting nature. Devotees far across the world wait for the year to trek the tour and have the Darshan of such almighty spirits. Preferably May to June is one of the best times to trek the journey. The month of monsoons should be avoided as it is prone to natural calamities like landslides and even floods.

Well, to reach the destined place, here are some of the places which will help you to plan your journey. Below are some of the options.

Well, to your reference there is two option either by road or by air.

Air:  To reach and visit the Char Dham Yatra, it takes a day of 5 to complete the tour, the tour can be extended as per the weather condition.

Road:  To reach the Char Dham Yatra, either hire a cab rental or public transport if you are planning to travel it by road. If the starting point to commence the trip from Haridwar, it takes 10 days to complete the yatra, and if you are planning to commence the trip from Delhi, it takes 11 days to complete the trip.

Char Dham Yatra covers four historical temples:

  1. Yamunotri Temple
  2. Gangotri Temple
  3. Badrinath Temple
  4. Kedarnath Temple

Well, to be more precise, here are the routes to travel through the Char Dham Yatra.

Yamunotri Temple

The Transport Guide to your Char Dham Yatra Trip

Yamunotri Temple is the temple which is dedicated to Yamuna Ma or Goddess Yamuna. Indeed, the first of the Char Dham which is visited if you travel your plan from the Haridwar. The approximate journey is 8 to 9 hours, which covers the distance of two hundred and twenty-two kilometers. To your notice here are some of the important points which cover the route and about it:

  • Routes to reach from Haridwar to Yamunotri Dham
  • Barkot to Yamunotri Yatra
  • Schedule of Yamunotri Temple.

From Haridwar to Yamunotri, it has two routes again. One from via Dehradun and other via Rishikesh. Dehradun is one of the preferred routes as it gives an easy and non-interruption journey. It takes 10-12 hours to reach the place. Before reaching the temple away, 40-50 kilometers is the city of Barkot, which is the halt point to reach the temple.

 

 

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Gangotri Temple

The Transport Guide to your Char Dham Yatra Trip

Gangotri is the origin of river Ganges and perhaps one of the holy towns in the Uttarkashi District of Uttarakhand. And the reason why the temple is known as Gangotri temple as it dedicates and pay homage to River Ganga.

The distance from Yamunotri to Gangotri is one eighty kilometers. After reaching Barkot, the tourist doesn’t travel straight to Gangotri but take a halt in the Uttarkashi city. Mainly tourists lodge themselves in the night and leave in the early morning traveling a 100-kilometer journey which takes approximately two to three hours.

Kedarnath Temple

The transport Guide to your Char Dham Yatra Trip

Kedarnath temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, which is situated just beside the Chorabari Glacier. To reach the temple from Uttarkashi which again follow the route of Gangotri, it takes a drive of two hundred and twenty-four kilometer. A drive or via road transport is possible till Gauri Kund. After reaching the Gauri Kund, one must trek up to the hill, which covers the journey of the 12 to 13-kilometer journey.

Badrinath Temple

The Transport Guide to your Char Dham Yatra Trip

Badrinath Temple is considered the last and destination of the Char Dham yatra. Here the temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple is situated in the incredible Nanda Devi Peak. To reach Badrinath temple, it takes an 8-hour journey from the Gauri Kund. It is advisable to reach the place Joshimath, which is a journey of 6 to 7 hours or a 171-kilometer drive from the Gauri Kund. Here the traveler usually health the night and leave early morning and travel the next 45 kilometers where the cab will drop you right in front of the temple.

The Char Dham yatra is highly managed by the Uttarakhand Tourism Development Board, which offers n number of options with package systems regarding transport and lodging, which helps the tourist to conduct the yatra safely and securely. Many private companies have emerged looking to benefit its petty tourists with elite travel packages to ease the journey and make a remarkable trip.

 

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