Badrinath Yatra Package

Badrinath Dham is a sacred place dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who is worshipped here in the form of Badrinarayan. The main temple was built in the 8th century by the Hindu philosopher Adi Sankaracharya. Badrinath Temple has been a constant source of fascination for people in the Indian subcontinent. The temple has three main sections: Darshan Mandap, Garbha Griha, and Sabha Mandap. However, the most significant attraction is the idol of Badrinath, which is intricately carved from black stone. Pilgrims from all over the country visit here to seek peace and spiritual solace through the Badrinath Tour Package.

There are few places in the world as sacred as Badrinath. For centuries, this divine place has held a revered status. The reason for its sanctity is rooted in an ancient legend that claims it was the location where the Badri Van (forest) stood, and Lord Vishnu spent time on earth.


Located on the banks of the holy Alakananda River, Badrinath Dham exudes charm. Nestled between the Nar and Narayana mountain ranges, the town boasts a captivating landscape that not only captivates pilgrims but also tourists. The towering Neelkanth peak in the backdrop adds to its breathtaking allure. The natural beauty and pleasant climate of Badrinath make it a favorite among tourists, earning it the nickname "Garhwal Queen." The temple was established as a pilgrimage site by Adi Shankaracharya in the 9th century. The sacred abode of Lord Vishnu has undergone several renovations, with the current structure being constructed by the Garhwal Kings around two centuries ago.

Numerous legends are associated with the temple's origins. The most widely accepted legend is connected to Lord Vishnu's meditation, during which he meditated in the Garhwal mountains for the welfare of humanity. To shield him from the harsh Himalayan weather, his wife, Goddess Lakshmi, transformed into a Badri tree, providing him with shelter during his meditation.
When Lord Vishnu awoke and saw the tree beside him, he declared that whenever this place was worshipped, it would be named after the embodiment of Laxmi as the Badri tree, and it would carry his name, Nath. While there are many legends linked to the temple, this narrative aims to provide comprehensive information about the Badrinath Temple.

Hemel destinations offers a complete day-wise itinerary for a 4-night and 5-day Badrinath package. Our Badrinath Yatra Package or Badrinath Package or Badrinath Tour Package and Badrinath Dham Yatra Package are designed to ensure you have a memorable and spiritually fulfilling journey.

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

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

    After your arrival in Delhi, our driver will warmly welcome you and provide assistance. From there, we will embark on a 225 km journey to Haridwar, which is expected to take approximately 6 hours. Upon reaching the holy city of Haridwar, you will check into your accommodation, enjoy lunch, and have some rest. In the evening, as the sun sets, we will visit Har Ki Pauri, located on the banks of the River Ganga. Here, you will have the opportunity to witness the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti ceremony and pay your respects at the temples.

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    Day 2 : Haridwar to Rudraprayag (165kms/6hr)

    After breakfast, we'll explore the local attractions in Haridwar. Later, we'll drive to Rudraprayag and make a stop to visit the beautiful Devprayag on the way. Upon reaching Rudraprayag, you'll check in to your hotel for an overnight stay.

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    Day 3 : Rudraprayag to Badrinath (165kms/7hr)

    After enjoying breakfast, we will drive to Badrinath, where we will visit the temple and offer special prayers with Darshan and Pooja. The temple might take some time to explore due to the large number of visitors, but it's truly spiritually fulfilling. Afterward, we'll journey to Mana village, located near the Tibet Border. During the journey, we will also visit Ganesh Gufa and Vyas Gufa, where Ved Vyasa composed the Mahabharata. Finally, we'll return to Badrinath for an overnight stay

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    Day 4 : Badrinath to Srinagar

    This morning, pilgrims will take a holy dip in the Tapt Kund before proceeding for the Darshan of Badrivishal. The visit to Brahamakamal holds great significance. After breakfast, we will board the coach for a 200 km drive to Srinagar, crossing breathtaking mountain roads and passes. Upon arrival in the evening, you will check into your hotel and spend the night there.

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    Day 5 : Srinagar to Delhi

    Begin your day with a visit to local attractions in the morning. Afterward, embark on a 315 km journey back to Delhi. Upon arrival, our guide will bid you a warm farewell, hoping to welcome you again for another memorable Badrinath package in the future.