Kedarnath Badrinath Yatra Itinerary 2018
From Dehradun (1-2 days)
The Yatra commences from the capital of Uttarakhand, the queen of the hills, Dehradun.
These two different pilgrim destinations, Kedarnath ji and Badrinath ji, situated in the magical Himalayas.
Joined by mysticism and spirituality, beckon millions of visitors every year for a voyage into the unknown, for a flight towards the heavens, for a journey into the self.
Our Package includes
Helicopter trip from and to Dehradun
VIP Darshan of Kedarnath & Badrinath Shrines
Helicopter shuttle to Kedarnath from Phata/sersi
Lunch at a 3-star restaurant in Badrinath
Kedarnath - Badrinath Do Dham Darshan Charter Itinerary 2018
|Start time||End time||Details|
|11:30||12:30||Shastradhara (Dehradun) to Sersi/Phata and to Kedarnath by Helicopter|
|12:30||14:00||VIP Darshan at Kedarnath ji|
|14:00||14:35||Sersi/Phata to Badrinath by Helicopter|
|15:00||16:15||VIP Darshan at Badrinath Ji|
|16:15||17:15||Fly back to Sahastradhara, Dehradun|
1145 AM Departure Sahastradhara helipad/Dehradun
1230 PM Arrival Kedarnath helipad
1430 PM Departure Kedarnath to Sersi (After Darshan at Kedarnath)
After arrival, the passengers will directly go for Darshan.
Temple is just 500m away from the helipad and takes 15 minutes to reach.
Kedarnath temple, at a height of 3583 m, on the shores of Mandakini river, a tributary of Ganga, is an impressive stone edifice of unknown date.
Among the twelve JyotirLingas of Bhagwan Shankara, the one at Kedarnath is located in the snow-covered area of the Himalayas.
This JyotirLinga can be visited only during six months in a year.
1430 PM Departure Sersi to Badrinath
1500 PM Arrival Badrinath Helipad
1645 PM Departure Badrinath to Sahastradhara (After Darshan at Badrinath)
After arrival, passengers will go to a Hotel close to the temple for Lunch. The Badrinath Temple, also known as the Badrinarayan Temple, located in Uttarakhand’s Badrinath town, is considered as the holiest among the char dhams. It is among the 108 Divya Desams dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who is worshipped in this temple as Shri Badrinath.