Yamunotri tour Package

Yamunotri marks the beginning of the revered Char Dham Yatra, a sacred pilgrimage journey that holds great significance for Hindus. Nestled at a lofty altitude of 3,293 meters above sea level, Yamunotri is situated in the Uttarkashi district of the picturesque state of Uttarakhand, India.
Yamunotri is celebrated for its pristine environment and natural wonders, particularly its hot springs. These geothermal springs are so remarkably hot that they can cook rice, and this consecrated rice, known as Prasad, is offered to all the visiting devotees.

To embark on this spiritual odyssey to Yamunotri, travelers typically set out from a place called Dharasu, located between Rishikesh and Uttarkashi. The route then leads to the sacred Yamunotri. Alternatively, pilgrims can also reach this holy site via Mussoorie and Barkot.

The peak season for the Yamunotri Tour Yatra falls in May and June, attracting a multitude of devotees from all corners. This hallowed destination serves as the birthplace of the sacred river Yamuna, making the Yatra not only a deeply religious journey for Hindus but also an experience that transcends religious boundaries, offering a profound sense of tranquility.


What sets this Yatra apart is its extraordinary nature. During the harsh winter season, Yamunotri is concealed beneath a thick blanket of snow, making it nearly inaccessible. When the snow recedes, the path along the riverbanks comes into view, a scenic marvel framed by majestic mountains. The entire journey to the temple takes pilgrims through a captivating landscape, featuring vast and small lakes, meandering rivers, lush forests, cascading waterfalls, serenely flowing canals, picturesque villages, and sprawling meadows.

Yamunotri Temple Yatra leaves an indelible mark on pilgrims, captivating their hearts and spirits, compelling them to return time and again, drawn by the unparalleled spiritual energy that permeates this sacred place. The beauty and serenity of Yamunotri, combined with its religious significance, offer a profound experience that lingers in the hearts of all who undertake this extraordinary pilgrimage.

Yamunotri Yatra / Package / Tour : Detailed Itinerary (4 Nights / 5 Days)

  • 1
    Day 1 : Delhi to Haridwar (230 kms/6hrs)

    Upon your arrival at Delhi's airport or railway station, our designated driver or guide will be there to meet you. You will then be driven to Haridwar in a comfortable taxi. Upon reaching Haridwar, you will check in to your pre-booked hotel room. In the evening, as the sun sets, you'll have the opportunity to witness the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti at Har-Ki-Pauri. After this soul-soothing experience, return to your hotel for a delicious dinner and a restful overnight stay.

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    Day 2 : Haridwar to Syanachatti (240kms/7hr)

    On the second day, start your day early with a hearty breakfast. Your journey continues as you head towards Syanachatti via the picturesque route through Mussoorie. During the journey, you will take a slight detour from the main road to visit the ancient Lord Shiva temple at Lakhamandal, which is located about 5 kilometers from the main road (one way). After seeking the blessings and offering your prayers at this historic temple, you will resume your drive to your next destination. Once you arrive in Syanachatti, you will check in to your hotel room.

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    Day 3 : Synachatti to Yamunotri to Syanachtti (12kms drive and 7 Kms trek each side)

    Today's plan begins early in the morning after a satisfying breakfast. You will embark on a drive to Phoolchatti, which serves as the starting point for your trek to Yamunotri. You have the option to make the trek on foot, or you can choose to ride a horse or be carried in a Doli at your own preference and cost. Upon reaching the sacred Yamunotri temple, you can pay your respects and offer prayers. A unique ritual here is cooking rice by placing it in a cloth and immersing it in the hot waters of the hot kund. Pilgrims consider this cooked rice as "Prasad," a pure offering. Close to the temple, you can also perform Pooja or prayers at Divya Shila. After taking a holy dip in the warm waters of Jamunabai Kund, you will return to Hanumanchatti. From there, you will drive back to Syanachatti, where you will spend the night at your hotel.

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    Day 4 : Syanachatti to Hardwar (240kms/7hr)

    Early in the morning today, after enjoying a hearty breakfast, you will commence your return journey to Haridwar. Upon arrival, you will check in at your hotel in Haridwar, where you will be staying for the night.

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    Day 5 : Haridwar to Delhi(250kms / 7hr)

    This is the final day of your journey. After a morning meal, you will embark on the drive back to Delhi. Upon reaching Delhi, we will ensure your smooth transfer to the railway station or airport for your onward train or flight.