14 Nights / 15 Days Chardham yatra with Valley of Flowers

Journey Covered:
  • Delhi
  • Haridwar
  • Syanachatti
  • Yamunotri
  • Syanachatti
  • Harsil
  • Gangotri
  • Harsil
  • Rudraprayag
  • Kedarnath
  • Guptakashi
  • Badrinath
  • Ghangariya
  • Valley of Flowers
  • Ghangariya
  • Govind Ghat
  • Pipalkoti
  • Rishikesh
  • Haridwar


  • Experience the beauty of mother Nature during this Chardham and Valley of flowers tour
  • Darshan of Gangotri and Yamunotri
  • Morning darshan of Vishnu Ji at Badrinath
  • Darshan of Shiva temple at Kedarnath
  • Enjoy The Valley of Flowers trek which is one of India’s popular treks in the Himalayas.
  • As enter in the valley we see the colourful carpet of flowers


Did you ever consider wandering amidst vibrant flowers and grasslike meadows? Then you have to travel to the valley of flowers. snuggled among the high Himalayas of Chamoli district of Garwhal area in Uttarakhand, the valley of flowers is precise to its name. it is a picture ideal land of innumerous flowers that blossom throughout the year and creates an exquisite sight.

These charming valleys stay hidden for quite a ton of centuries. Throughout the winter season, the entire valley of flowers lay frozen however as shortly because the summer season begins, the valley splashed with colours of various varieties of alpine flowers.

In the monsoon of 1937, the valley of flowers has been exposed by Frank S. Smythe, who may be a mountaineer, traveller and a botanist. He has similarly written a book named "The valley of Flowers" that unveils the floral splendours of the planet. among the year 1982, "Valley of flowers" has achieved the position of parkland and also a flora and fauna Heritage site thanks to its miscellaneous flora.

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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 : Delhi – Haridwar

    Our guide provides you with a warm welcome when you arrive in Delhi and escorts you later to the waiting coach for the 215 kms drive to Haridwar. You arrive 6 hours later and check-in your hotel room. Haridwar is one in all the holiest of cities in India, situated right the banks of the Ganga river. The evening aarti on the banks of the Ganga at Har Ki Pauri could be a sight to not be missed then we remain present for this soul-elevating ritual.

  • Day 2 :Haridwar – Syanachatti/Barkot

    Breakfast and board the coach for the first morning 235 kms drive to Barkot-Syanchatti. The path takes you across breathtakingly picturesque locales on the Dehradun-Mussoorie way. we tend to stop at the gorgeous Kempty Falls, about thirteen km from Mussoorie, for a brief halt before continuing to Syanachatti wherever you check into your room for the night.

  • Day 3 :Syanachatti – Yamunotri – Syanachatti

    Fortify yourself with breakfast, therefore, we tend to begin on the drive which can take us to Jankichatti, the place to begin of the half dozen klick trek to Yamunotri. Before you reach the temple you stop at Suraj Kund, dedicated to Lord Surya, father of Yamuna Hindu deity, cook some rice to provide to Yamuna Hindu deity and pray at the Divya Shila.

    Then proceed to the temple designed by maharajah Pratap sovereign of Tehri Garhwal for pooja of the divinity whose idol in black marble sits within. come to Jankichatti on foot and board the coach for the come drive to Syanachatti for the night’s keep.

  • Day 4 : Syanachatti – Harsil

    Enjoy a hearty breakfast before boarding the coach for a hundred and forty km drive to Harsil, stopping at Uttarkashi, a temple city for darshan at the Vishwanath temple. Proceed to Harsil for the night’s keep.

  • Day 5 :Harsil – Gangotri – Harsil

    Breakfast over we tend to drive 124 kms to Gangotri and enter the temple set on the banks of the Bhagirathi. in line with legend, Ganga descended to earth from Heaven through the locks of Lord Shiva to bring peace to the souls of the ancestors of King Bhagirath. Enter the temple and have darshan of divinity Ganga when that you will be able to take a dip among the physical change waters of the Bhagirathi. oppose to Harsil for the nightlong keep.

  • Day 6 :Harsil – Rudraprayag

    Enjoy breakfast at dawn and acquire into the coach for the 234 kms drive to Rudraprayag on the due to Kedarnath, the third pilgrim's journey spot of the Chardham yatra. The beautiful drive is punctuated by disruption at the beautiful Tehri Dam, a widely known native picnic spot. keep the night during a very cosy edifice in Rudraprayag, one in all the 5 holy confluences in Uttarakhand.

  • Day 7 :Rudraprayag – Kedarnath

    Today is that the toughest day of the entire trip. we tend to drive among the morning when breakfast to Gaurikund. From here we tend to cowl the fourteen km distance to Kedarnath by foot. you moreover might have the selection of move by pony or in an exceptional litter. check over an edifice on incoming in Kedarnath and then started for the temple visit.

    Kedarnath is one in all the twelve jyotirlingas in India and thus the first temple dates back to the times of the religious writing. The shivling here is among the form of a pyramid among the centre of the temple. it's same that Shiva was in hiding from the Pandavas who were attempting to search out him to hope for forgiveness for the sin of killing their kinsmen. They pursued Lord Shiva who remodelled into a bull and went into concealing keep with another legend, divinity Annapurna prayed to Kedareshwar to become one with Lord Shiva in his reasonably Ardhanarishvara.

  • Day 8 :Kedarnath – Guptakashi

    Rise before dawn and brace oneself for a visit to the temple for the morning Abhishek ceremony when that we have breakfast and then walk all the approach right down to Gaurikund from wherever you get on the coach for the thirty-five km drive to Guptakashi. On arrival, check over your area for the night’s stay.

  • Day 9 :Guptakashi – Badrinath

    Breakfast then drive on scenic roads to Joshimath. Joshimath is the winter home of Badrinath and a locality of religious significance any attributable to the place from wherever you will get into a compartment for one altogether the longest rides to Auli, a winter resort.

    Proceed to Badrinath and analyze your edifice. among the evening we tend to visit the temple for darshan and aarti. Entrance is through an imposing arch leading to the fifty feet tall temple lined with a golden cupola. it's same Lord Hindu deity meditated for ages among the cold and Laxmi, his consort assumed the form of a Badri tree to protect him.

  • Day 10 :Badrinath

    Pilgrims take early morning dip in the Taptkund and take Darshan of Badrivishal. Interesting sightseeing spots like Mana Village, Vyas Gufa, Maatamoorti, Charanpaduka, Bhimkund and "Mukh" of the Saraswati River are all within 3 km of Badrinath Jee.

    Drive back to Rudraprayag and check in Hotel for overnight stay.

  • Day 11 :Badrinath – Ghangariya

    An early morning breakfast over everyone boards the coach to proceed to Govind Ghat, the closest point for the trek to Ghangariya from where the Valley of Flowers starts. From Govind Ghat we move on to Ghangariya, which is at a reach of 14 km that you'll cover on foot or a pony or on a palanquin. check into a hotel and relax. you can attend a theatre show on the Valley of Flowers in the evening.

  • Day 12 :Ghangariya – Valley of Flowers – Ghangariya

    Breakfast and reach the entry point to the Valley of Flowers. The Valley of Flowers is a UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves site, known for the multitude of flowers carpeting the valley flower in a rainbow of colours and filling the air with their fragrance.
    This Valley sits within the upper a part of Bhyundar Ganga in Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, with the world also being called Bhyundar valley locally. The Pushpawati valley is quite extended, covering 23 kms with the Valley of Flowers making up a little portion of it no one is allowed to remain inside the Valley and everybody must exit by evening. Return to Ghangariya in the evening for the night.

  • Day 13 :Ghangariya – Govind Ghat – Pipalkoti

    Breakfast and get ready to get into the crisp morning air to Govind Ghat. From here we get the trainer for the 56 kms drive to Pipalkoti where you check-in the hotel for the whole night.

  • Day 14 :Pipalkoti – Rishikesh

    Rise early, breakfast and board the coach for the 254 kms drive to Rishikesh, the city of yoga's and ashrams and also a centre for exciting activities. We stop at Devprayag, one in each of the five confluences in Uttarakhand, where the Bhagirathi and Alaknanda join. At Rishikesh, we persist a short sightseeing tour of Sivanand Ashram, Ram Jhoola and Laxman Jhoola before visiting Gita Bhavan. in the evening we attend aarti at the Pramarth Niketan. Stay the night in your bedroom.

  • Day 15 :Rishikesh – Haridwar

    Breakfast over you gets into an instructor for the 225 kms drive to Delhi where the tour ends because the guide bids a fond farewell.


  • Accommodation based on Single/Double/Triple as per request.
  • Breakfast & Dinner in the hotel.
  • All transfers/tours services by private car.
  • The air-conditioning will work only in Rishikesh & Haridwar, extra charges for the Air Condition for entire journey.
  • Sightseeing as per above Itinerary
  • All inclusive (Fuel, Driver Allowance, Parking Toll Tax, State Tax.)
  • All applicable taxes.


  • Expenses of personal nature such as tipping, porters, laundry, telephones, Cameras fees. Etc.
  • Entrance fees & Guide Charges.
  • Any increase in fuel cost, government taxes, entrance fees and interstate taxes etc, the tour price will be amended in accordance.
  • Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Any kind of insurance.
  • Any claim or delay charges due to natural calamities, land slide, road blockage etc. Or any other things which are not mentioned in cost included column.
  • Any Meals other than specified
  • Any charges of train, helicopter, auto, ropeway ticket of Mansa / Chandi Devi, Doli & pony etc.
  • GST - 5% applicable on total billing
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