Char Dham yatra has great importance among the Hindu community. For the Hindu pilgrimage view, Yamunotri and Gangotri are the two significant dhams in India highlighting the major Hindu pilgrimage view. It is believed that a Hindu should visit these dhams once in a life. Without these 2 dhams you can’t complete your scared char dhams yatra. Yamunotri is dedicated to the Goddess Yamuna which is the scared river of India. The major attraction of the Yamunotri is the temple of the Goddess Yamuna. It is located on the Bhagirathi River. Gangotri is dedicated to the Goddess Ganga and it is the highest, and the most important temple in the river Ganga worshipped as Goddess in India. Gaumukh, located in the Gangotri glacier and reachable by a short 19 km hike from Gangotri, is where the holy river originates. Visit the sacred sites of Haridwar, Yamunotri, and Gangotri to experience the brilliant beauty and to find some spirituality.
Stay Plan - Trip start from New Delhi – 1N Haridwar – 2N Barkot– 2N Uttarkashi – 1N Rishikesh – Trip Complete in Haridwar
Things to Carry
ID Proof – Valid id Card issued by Government
Clothing for summers – T-shirts & shorts, hat, cotton shirts and trousers and other comfortable clothes
Clothing for winters – Warm clothes (jackets/woolen sweater, lower, woolen socks, thermal wear) and other comfortable clothes
Toiletries – Lip balm, wet wipes, sunscreen, moisturizer, perfume and any other personal care you use
Health Related - Personal Medicines( if any), prescription & medicine for high altitude sickness, dehydration salt atc.
Others support you during trip – Sun glasses, sipper, candy, dust mask, power bank etc.
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