Badrinath – Ek Dham Yatra

Ek Dham Yatra Badrinath

Ek Dham Yatra is referred to the tour of one of the four Hindu religious sites in Uttarakhand – Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. Nestled in the lofty Himalayas, these four sites are the epicenter of religious activity in north India.

This tour covers Badrinath.

Note : The tour starts and ends at Haridwar. You can combine this trip with pre and post tours to neighboring destinations like Hrishikesh and Corbett.

Duration : 4 Days
Route : Haridwar → Badrinath → Haridwar


Day 1 Haridwar – Joshimath via Rudraprayad (290 Kms / 89 hrs)

Drive to Joshimath via Devprayag and Rudraprayag. Proceed to reach Joshimath in the late afternoon. Evening free in Joshimath.
Overnight at the camp, Joshimath.
Meal: Lunch (packed) & Dinner

Day 2 Joshimath – Badrinath – Joshimath (90 Kms)

After breakfast leave for Shri Badrinath ji, on arrival go for the holy Darshan and visit Mana village the last village before the Tibet border. Return to the resort camp for dinner.
Overnight at the camp, Joshimath.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 3 Joshimath – Haridwar (274kms/ 9-10 hrs)

After breakfast leave for Haridwar and if time permits visit Devprayag (confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi).
Overnight at Haveli Hari Ganga.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4 Departure from Haridwar

After breakfast check-out of the hotel and proceed to onward destination.
Meals: Breakfast


  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis at the mentioned hotels or similar
  • Meal Plan: As specified above
  • Transportation using non air conditioned vehicle as under:

Char Dham Camps

The camps provide accommodations in cottage tents with attached baths and showers. Hospitality is not restricted just to sumptuous cuisine, hygienic and comfortable accommodation. It goes beyond this established norm. Set amidst the serenity of the plush flora, the camps promises you the finest accommodation in Chardham. So get set to enjoy your Char Dham Yatra amidst the folds of snow-covered peaks of the lofty Garhwal Himalayas.

Facilities include:

  • Attached baths and toilets with running Hot & Cold water
  • Multi cuisine dining facilities serving sumptuous vegetarian wholesome food.
  • Regional cuisine like South Indian, Gujrati and Marwari food are easily available.
  • Hot water bottles as sun down service
  • Golghar Lounge
  • Umbrellas during trek to Kedarnath
  • Assistance for shrine visit and arrangement of Pony and Palanquins( Palki)
  • Local Masseurs at Barkot and Guptakashi


By road : Haridwar is accessible by a National Highway and the distance is approximately 210 kms / 5 hours.
By flight: The nearest airport is Jolly Grant airport which is 30 kms / 45 minutes drive from Haridwar. There are regular flights to/from Delhi.
By train : There are 2 fast trains that connect Delhi – Haridwar – Delhi.



Located at an altitude of 1875 meters Joshimath is the place where Adi Shankracharya, the 8th century religious reformer, attained enlightenment, and it is here that he set up the first ever Math or centre of learning before establishing the Badrinath shrine and three more Maths in different corners of the country. The town is also the seat of the Badrinath shrine in the winter months, and it is worshipped at the beautiful and ancient Narsingh Temple here. Its proximity to Badrinath, Auli and Niti Valley makes Joshimath an important tourist destination – and the combination of spiritualism and adventure that it offers visitors makes it an exciting place at any time of the year.

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