Mathura is the birth place of Lord Krishna. You will find a long line of picturesque ghats here. Their steps lead to the edge of the water. There are also domed gateways and temple spires that lengthen along the right bank of the river Yamuna. This emphasizes the sacred character of the Mathura town.
This is the most well-known and the most complex of Lord Vishnu's manifestations. Mathura today is considered to be quite an important pilgrimage site. The city stretches along the right bank of the river Yamuna and the continuous line of the ghats along the river.
This makes it a most splendid spectacle when you view it from the opposite bank. The city of Mathura is in Uttar Pradesh and this is considered to be the nucleas Brijbhoomi that is located at a distance of 145 kms south east of Delhi and 58 kms North West of Agra.
The distance between Delhi and Haridwar is 230 kms and the distance to travel between these two places is 6 hours. You will first have to reach the Delhi railway station. Then later you will drive to Haridwar and will be put up in a hotel. You will then have to visit Har-ki-pauri for Ganga aarti in the evening. After that you will return to the hotel, have dinner and have a night stay.
You will have breakfast and then drive to Barkot via Dehradun and Mussouri. Visit the famous Kempty Fall. Then drive back to your hotel and stay there for a night. The distance between these two places is 240 kms and the travelling time is 7 hours.
You will have to travel a distance of 15 kms and then trek for about 6 kms. You will first have to drive to Phool chatti and then start trekking from here to go to Yamunotri, that is situated at a distance of 7 kms. You will either ride on a horse or by Dolli.
Here you can offer puja to Divya Shila. You can take a bath in Jamunabai Kund warm water. You will also be able to have darshan of the pure Yamunaj and then return to hanumanchatti. Then finally you will have to drive back to Barkot and stay in a hotel.
The distance between these 2 places is 130 kms and the time taken to travel is around 4 hours. You will first have to drive to Uttarkashi via Barkot. On the way, you will visit Vishwanath Temple. You will check in a hotel for a night stay.
The distance between these 2 places is 100 kms and it takes around 3 hours to travel between these 2 places. We proceed to Gangotri and enjoy the charming Harsil village, Bhagirathi River and the most superb view of the Himalayas. Once you have completed the Gangotri Darshan you will return to Uttarkashi and spend a night there.
The distance between these 2 places is 175 kms and this is a 6 hour journey. Early morning, you will drive to Guptkashi and visit Tehri Dam. Stay in a hotel for a night halt.
The distance between these 2 places is 30 kms by road and 16 kms Trek. You will drive to Gaurikund in the morning and then start trekking from Gaurikund to Kedarnath on foot or on pony / Doli. Then check in hotel. Later visit Kedarnath Temple for a night halt.
The distance between these 2 places is 14 kms and a 1 hour journey by road. You start early in the morning, after Temple Darshan. Then trek down to Gaurikund. Later you will have to, drive to Guptkashi. You will spend a night in a hotel in Guptkashi..
The distance berween these 2 places is 185 kms and the time taken to travel is 7 hours. You will drive to Badrinath via Joshimath. Then check in hotel. Then later during the evening visit Badrinath Temple for Aarti. Then stay overnight.
You will take around 7 hours to travel between these 2 places which cover a distance of 165 kms. Early in the morning, pilgrims have a bath in the Taptkund and then have a Darshan of Badri vishal. Brahamakamal is noteworthy for Pinddan Shraddh of ancestors.
There are other interesting sightseeing spots like Mana Village, Vyas Gufa, Mata Murti Temple, Charanpaduka, Bhimkund and the "Mukh" of the Saraswati River within the three kms of Badrinathji. Then you will drive back to Rudraprayag. Stay in a hotel. Overnight stay at Rudraprayag.
The distance between these 2 places is also 165 kms and the time taken to cover this distance is 7 hours. You start early morning, and visit Rudraprayag river conference and after that visit Rishikesh. After that dtive back to Haridwar. Spend a night in a hotel.
The distance is 360 kms and you will take 8 hours to complete the journey. Early morning, you will have to be ready for a long drive to Mathura. Then check in a hotel. Stay a night there.
In the morning after a relaxed breakfast , spend a full day in Mathura and Vrindavan and then return to your hotel for a night stay.
The distance between Mathura and Agra is 50 km. It will start in the morning after breakfast. Then drive to Agra and after that visit Red fort and then visit Taj Mahal and spend a night there. You will have to spend a night in a hotel.
The distance between Agra and Delhi is 225 kms and you will take 4 hours to travel between these 2 places. You will start in the morning after breakfast and then drive back to Delhi. On arrival you will have to go to the Delhi airport or the railway station.
The best sequence for the Char Dham yatra starts from Delhi, Haridwar, Barkot, Yamunotri, Uttarkashi, Gangotri, Rudraprayag, Kedarnath, Badrinath, and Haridwar.
The best period for the Char Dham yatra is in April or May. The time of yatra ends in October and November month.
The darshan timing of the Badrinath temple is 4:30 am to 3 pm.
You have to carry all your medicines, warm clothes, and all the necessary things.
A. There are lodges/hotels options available during Chardham yatra but during the season time it’s always hard to find the rooms on the same day. Booking the Booking services on prior bases is always recommended.