India is a religious country and folks at UK travels India understand the fact pretty well and that is why most of the tours packages that we have formulated are directed towards those religious sentiments of the more spiritual part of the population. Given the religious nature of the tours, special services have been provided to the travellers who embark on a spiritual journey that is all about creating a connection with the spiritual powers. So, if you are looking to find some perfect Chardham tour packages, look no further than UK Travels India which promises the trip of a lifetime.
Most of the Chardham tour packages that they offer differ on so many levels such as the duration of the trip and the budget. One particular Chardham Tour package that we are going to mention is pretty much under the budget and is 12 days long. In those very fruitful days, you will have visited all the four pilgrim sites along with some additional places that you may find interesting about that particular place.
The tour begins from the national capital New Delhi and the first stop is one of the most popular pilgrim Hindu sites in the entire country, Haridwar. One reason for it being the nearest to the national capital does helps a lot but other factor that works in the favour of Haridwar is that it is close to the very beautiful place called Rishikesh which also happens to be one of the most favourite tourist spots for the north Indian and is known especially for the cool water sports that are played here in abundance.
Barkot happens to be the next spot in the tour and is about 220 kilometres away from Haridwar. It is an exotic place full of lush green landscapes and many more things that could hypnotise the travellers at the very first site. Yamunotri temple, Surya Kund and Divya shilla are some places one needs to visit while they are there. Uttarkashi comes after Barikot and happens to be located at a fair distance of about 100 kilometers and it takes about 4 hours to reach there. Located at the banks of the holy river Bhagirathi, this also is one of the most religious Hindu pilgrimages in the northern part of the country.
Guptkashi happens to be the very next stop in the journey and it takes about a 6 hour drive to reach there and it is followed by a very brief road trip to Kedarnath which is the next Dham and is generally extremely crowded with the Hindu devotees all times of the year. Rudraprayag is the next destination where a stay in a wonderful hotel is provided. And after a night’s rest, the passengers continue their journey. Between Rudraprayag and Badrinath the tourists gets to witness so many wonderful places that are as godly as they are beautiful.
Badrinath is followed by a small place known as Joshimath which further is followed by Rishikesh and via Haridwar, the tourists ends their journey at New Delhi.
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