Kedarnath tour package

Plan a sacred trip with a Kolkata to Badrinath tour package

The most revered abodes of Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva- Badrinath and Kedarnath respectively, always find a place in the bucket list of travelers of all age groups. Traveling to the two most sacred Dhams in India ensures a beyond-the-usual pilgrimage tour experience. The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC), offers the most awaited and precisely designed ‘Do Dham Yatra’ tour package. With this Kolkata to Badrinath tour package, devotees can soak in the bliss and piety that these devotional places have to offer.

Furthermore, this tour covers several other destinations like Haridwar, Sonprayag, and many others that add a serene charm to your trip. The continuous chants of ‘Om Namah Shivay’, ‘Har Har Mahadev’, and ‘Hari Hari’ all around you in the cold mountainous region, are nothing less than a treat to the ears and are sure to leave you with a mesmerizing and peaceful pilgrimage experience. Read on to learn more about this tour package itinerary, price, and other key details.

Why is a Kedarnath and a Badrinath tour package famous?

The emotional attachment of scores of people to these holy places is unreal. Over the years, social media has witnessed a surge in the interest of young devotees who wish to visit Badrinath and Kedarnath. Owing to the increase in the number of ardent followers of these Hindu pilgrimage sites, tour planners across the country are actively arranging Kedarnath and a Badrinath tour package.
The IRCTC flight tour to these destinations is one of a kind. It not only includes several places of religious significance but also includes some river confluences that you wouldn’t want to miss. A tour that extends beyond an ordinary pilgrimage is all you need to experience the soul-stirring bliss of Hindu religious pilgrimage destinations.

Why choose IRCTC’s Badrinath Kedarnath tour package?

The IRCTC Badrinath and Kedarnath tour package minimizes your concerns about booking separate tour packages for these wonderful pilgrimage sites. This tour not only caters to your choice of exploring Uttarakhand’s extraordinary tranquility and beauty but also allows you to take a divine glimpse of some of the most pious places in the country.

This 7-nights and 8-days tour package by flight is one of the most suitable ones for ardent devotees. Let’s take a look at the itinerary of the IRCTC Kedarnath and Badrinath tour package, which starts at Rs 51100/-, and grab further details about the enchanting abodes of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu.

  1. Delhi- Haridwar: Start your tour by taking a flight from Kolkata airport to Delhi. On reaching Delhi, proceed to Haridwar. In the evening, you can enjoy the devotional Ganga Arti at the Har Ki Pauri.
  2. Haridwar- Guptkashi: Post the evening Arti, prepare for a visit to Guptkashi on the next day of your tour. Explore the stunning Guptkashi town and later, head on for the next destination on your Badrinath and the Kedarnath tour package.
  3. Guptkashi- Sonprayag- Kedarnath: After Guptkashi, you will reach Sonprayag from where you will head to the most interesting trek which is to the holy Kedarnath. For the trek, you can hire a doli or a horse (at your own expense). On the way, you can witness the splendid Mandakini river which is one of the key tributaries of the river Ganga. After that, continue your trek, and reach the Gaurikund. From there, proceed your journey to Kedarnath with the Kedarnath tour package from Kolkata.
  4. Kedarnath- Sonprayag- Guptkashi: Get ready to embrace the most-awaited moment of your life at the Kedarnath temple. Wake up at 4.45 am for ‘Abhishek’ to Lord Shiva at the temple and get the magical darshan like never before. Witness the temple from the inside, and bid prayers to Lord Shiva, and then proceed to your return trek from Kedarnath to Sonprayag.
  5. Guptkashi- Joshimath- Badrinath: On the fifth day of your tour, head to Badrinath via Joshimath with the Kolkata to Badrinath tour package. On the way, you can witness some of the most amazing Ghats and cherish natural beauty with ease. Take a bath in the Tapt Kund (hot spring), and then head to the divine and stunning Badrinath temple for darshan. This temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, is one of the most significant Hindu pilgrimage sites that is ardently worshiped.
  6. Badrinath- Joshimath- Birahi/Rudraprayag/Srinagar: Get ready for the morning darshan of the spellbinding Badrinath temple. Post the blissful darshan, you can capture the wonderful places in Badrinath. Ganesh Gufa, Mata Murti Temple, Vyas Gufa, and the Mana Village, which is popularly known as the first village of India, are some of the key highlights of the sixth day of your tour. In the afternoon, via Karnaprayag, get ready to head back to Rudraprayag, which is a town on the Alaknanda and Mandakini confluence.
  7. Birahi/Rudraprayag/Srinagar/Rishikesh- Haridwar: Welcome the seventh day of your tour in Rishikesh, popularly known as the Yoga capital of the world, and rightly so. Witness the fascinating Ram Jhula, or Laxman Jhula, with IRCTC’s Kolkata to Badrinath tour package here.
  8. The eighth day brings an end to your Do Dham Yatra. Head back to Delhi. On reaching Delhi, transfer to the airport for your return journey. As you proceed for your return journey, reminisce about the priceless memories that you have collected on your pilgrimage tour.

Throughout the tour, you will receive scrumptious breakfast, and dinner meals at different hotels. Other than that, this tour includes several benefits like travel insurance, accommodation facility, and airfare in economy class that will smoothen your tour.

Every year, scores of devotees throng these temples with immense enthusiasm, positivity, and devotion. This IRCTC Badrinath and the Kedarnath tour package is the perfect spiritual getaway to bridge the gap between your strong devoutness and the most earnestly worshiped temples. This is-of-a-kind tour that speaks to your soul and brings you the much-awaited bliss in life, is the ultimate package for a spiritual sojourn like never before.