Chardham Package 2024 stands out as the premier Char Dham Yatra tour operator in Haridwar, offering unparalleled experiences for pilgrims embarking on the sacred journey to the four abodes in Uttarakhand: Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. This comprehensive Chardham Yatra Package encompasses the essence of spirituality, providing devotees with a deeply fulfilling pilgrimage experience.

In Uttarakhand, this pilgrimage is revered as The Chota Char Dham, a testament to its significance in Hinduism. Every year, throngs of devotees, tourists, and seekers undertake this transformative journey, seeking blessings and spiritual rejuvenation. Whether traveling by bus, car, or helicopter, Chardham Package ensures a seamless and enriching experience for all pilgrims.

With a commitment to excellence, Chardham Package prioritizes providing top-notch services, including comfortable accommodations in hotels and other essential facilities, all at the best prices. Our dedication to customer satisfaction ensures that every aspect of the Char Dham tour package is meticulously planned and executed, allowing pilgrims to focus solely on their spiritual quest.

Embark on this sacred journey with Chardham Package 2024 and experience the divine allure of the Char Dhams like never before.

 Kapat Opening Dates

Yamunotri: 10 May 2024 
Gangotri: 10 May 2024
Kedarnath: 11 May 2024
Badrinath: 12 May 2024

 Kapat Closing Dates 

Yamunotri: 31st Oct. 2024
Gangotri: 31st Oct. 2024
Kedarnath: 3rd Nov. 2024
Badrinath: Yet to be announced


    As one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, Kedarnath Temple holds a special place in the hearts of millions of devotees around the world. Its remote location, nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, adds to its spiritual aura, making it a destination of pilgrimage and spiritual introspection.

    For centuries, pilgrims have braved the rugged terrain and challenging conditions to pay homage at this sacred abode of Lord Shiva, seeking blessings, redemption, and spiritual fulfillment. The sight of the snow-clad peaks surrounding the temple, coupled with the resonating chants of “Har Har Mahadev,” creates an atmosphere of reverence and devotion that lingers in the hearts of visitors long after they depart.


    Badrinath Dham, nestled in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, holds a significant place in Hindu mythology and pilgrimage. It is one of the four Char Dham pilgrimage sites, along with Yamunotri, Gangotri, and Kedarnath. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, particularly in his form as Badrinath, the temple is situated along the banks of the Alaknanda River.

    Every year, thousands of devotees flock to Badrinath during the pilgrimage season, which typically runs from April to November, to pay homage to Lord Badrinath and immerse themselves in the divine atmosphere of this sacred place.

    Badrinath Dham stands as a symbol of devotion, faith, and spiritual enlightenment, inviting pilgrims and travelers to experience its mystical allure and bask in the divine presence of Lord Vishnu.

    Gangotri DHAM

    Gangotri Dham, located in the picturesque Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, holds immense significance in Hinduism as the source of the holy river Ganges, also known as Ganga. It is one of the Char Dham pilgrimage sites, alongside Yamunotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath.

    According to Hindu mythology, it is believed that King Bhagiratha performed intense penance to bring the Ganges down from the heavens to cleanse the sins of his ancestors. Gangotri is said to be the spot where Ganga descended to Earth, and the temple commemorates this divine event.

    Yamunotri DHAM

    Yamunotri Dham, nestled in the serene and majestic Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, is revered as the source of the sacred Yamuna River, one of the holiest rivers in Hinduism. Situated at an altitude of around 3,293 meters (10,804 feet), Yamunotri is not just a pilgrimage site but also a picturesque destination offering stunning natural beauty.

    Legend has it that Yamunotri is the place where the sage Asit Muni meditated and where the goddess Yamuna is said to have descended to Earth. Pilgrims undertake a challenging journey to reach Yamunotri, traversing rugged terrain and steep paths while surrounded by breathtaking vistas of snow-capped peaks and dense forests.