By late April, as the snow in the Himalayan foothills begins to melt, a massive swarm of pilgrims is seen embarking on the Chardham journey. They can be seen swarming around India's four largest temples, known colloquially as the Char Dham Mandir. Millions of Hindu worshippers visit the region each year. The destination is situated at a higher altitude in the Garhwal region. Do you wish to go to this lovely spiritual location? Even during COVID-19, By Bus is a safe Chardham yatra package.
These ancient temples, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri, represent our country's four great holy rivers:
- The Yamuna, flows from the Yamunotri glacier.
- Ganga, which flows from the Gangotri glacier.
- The Mandakini River rises in Kedarnath.
- The Alaknanda River originates at Badrinath.
As a precautionary step, pilgrims must undergo a mandatory medical examination, especially if they intend to visit the Kedarnath shrine. Aside from that, pilgrims must complete a full biometric registration, which is available both online and offline. Furthermore, as a precautionary measure, pilgrims embarking on the Chardham yatra 2022 will be provided with a proper weather forecast, as well as separate telecommunication coverage, medical facilities, and direct contact with the contact room.
Char Dham Yatra Travel Plan By Bus
Day 1 - DELHI - RISHIKESH
Day 2 - RISHIKESH - BARKOT
Day 3 - BARKOT - YAMUNOTRI - BARKOT
Day 4 - BARKOT - UTTARKASHI
Day 5 - UTTARKASHI - GANGOTRI - UTTARKASHI
Day 6 - UTTARKASHI - GUPTKASHI
Day 7 - GUPTKASHI - KEDARNATH
Day 8 - KEDARNATH - PIPALKOTI
Day 9 - PIPALKOTI - BADRINATH
Day 10 - BADRINATH - SRINAGAR
Day 11 - SRINAGAR - HARIDWAR
Day 12 - HARIDWAR - DELHI