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Minimum 4 Persons
- Keshav Prayag
Tariff / Rate / Price
|No. of Adults||Price||Room Allotment|
|2 Persons||₹ 23,900 / Person||1 Room|
|Child (below 5 yrs)||Complimentary without bed||No extra bed to be provided|
|Child (Above 5 yrs)||₹ 1000 / Person / Night||1 Rooms + 1 Extra Bed|
9 Nights | 10 Days
Dehradun Airport to Rishikesh (16 Kms, 1 Hr)
On arrival at Dehradun Airport or Haridwar Railway Station you will be greeted by our executive and will be transferred to Rishikesh by road. On arrival, you’ll be taken to your hotel for check-in. After taking some rest, in the evening you will witness the famous Ganga Aarti at the Triveni Ghat and then head back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Situated on the foothills of the Himalayas, Rishikesh is one of the popular pilgrimage destination in India which is visited by thousands of tourists from across all throughout the year. Visiting the place, you will witness the ancient temples, popular cafes, yoga ashrams and adventure sports. Over the years, Rishikesh has grown immensely in catering to people with different needs including White Water Rafting, Bungee Jumping to visiting the tourist attractions like the Ram Jhula, Parmarth Niketan, Laxman Jhula, the Beatles Ashram, Triveni Ghat and more.
Rishikesh to Devprayag (80 Kms, 3-4 Hrs)
In the morning after having breakfast, the journey will head to Devprayag. On the arrival, you’ll check-in into your hotel and post lunch you will be taken for sightseeing at Devprayag. After this, you will head back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Being a religious hub and popular among the tourists, Devprayag is visited by thousands of tourists for seeking solitude amid the picturesque scenic nature. Basically, Devprayag is an invocation to the Gods who have endowed the beautiful place with marvellous natural beauty. Visiting the place, you will come across a temple of Raghunath which houses a tall picture of Lord Rama which is made of black granite.
Devprayag to Rudraprayag (66 Kms, 4 Hrs)
In the morning after breakfast, you will head to Rudraprayag. On the arrival, you’ll check-in into the hotel and post lunch, you will move ahead for sightseeing tour in Rudraprayag. After this, you will head back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Offering picturesque views and captivating panoramic vistas, a visit to Rudraprayag will take you to the town that is full of mysterious charm and the spiritual vibes that is sure to calm your senses and rejuvenate your mind and soul. Having great religious significance, pilgrims will come across several ancient temples that are surrounded by serenity and tranquility. which serves as a gateway to the two major pilgrimages of Kedarnath and Badrinath. Other than this, tourists get enthralled by the natural dazzling beauty and spellbinding landscapes.
Rudraprayag to Karnaprayag (33 Kms, 3 hrs)
In the morning after having breakfast, you will head to Karnaprayag. On the arrival, you’ll check-in into the hotel and post lunch you will be taken for sightseeing at Karnaprayag. After this, you will head back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Surrounded by verdant area and snow-capped mountains, Karnaprayag is destined to be a spectacular tourist destination with perennial rivers. Visiting the place tourists will come across a lot of things out of which one is, the mythological significance Karnaprayag holds and it is believed to be the place where Karna of Mahabharata worshipped the Sun God. Not only this, but Karnaprayag used to be the centre of meditation for Swami Vivekananda and his disciples. So entering the beautiful town, you will be delighted to stay in this blissful town making memories to cherish for a lifetime.
Karnaprayag to Nandprayag (35 Kms / 2 Hrs)
In the morning after having breakfast, you will head to Nandprayag. On the arrival, you’ll check-in into the hotel and post lunch, you will move ahead for sightseeing tour in Nandprayag. After this, you will head back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Holding the spiritual, religious and natural significance, Nandprayag is supposed to be a place of beautiful landscapes where one can lose themselves amid the scenic natural beauty. Surrounded by beautiful mountains and there isn’t much sightseeing but what grabs the attention of the tourists is the seamless natural beauty. Also, you can make a visit to Nand Temple, Raghunath Temple and Gopal Temple.
Nandprayag to Vishnuprayag to Joshimath (75 Kms, 4-5 Hrs)
In the morning after having breakfast, you will head to Joshimath. You will have lunch at Vishnuprayag and will then move ahead for sightseeing. Once you are done with it, you will drive back to Joshimath and will check-in into hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Being a home to many ashrams and the Vishnuprayag Temple, the place has a lot to offer to all kinds of visitors including the religious retreat seekers, adventure enthusiasts or the nature lovers. Visiting the place tourists can witness how the place is engrossed with gushing rivers, lush greenery, magnificent mountains and wildlife which makes it a perfect place in Uttrakhand for the souls searching for peace and relaxation.
Joshimath to Badrinath (44 Kms, 5 hrs)
In the morning after having breakfast, you will head to Badrinath. On the arrival, you’ll check-in into the hotel and have your lunch. Later in the evening you will be taken for sightseeing and visit the Badrinath Temple for Aarti. Once done with exploring Badrinath, you will head back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Set in the backdrop of Neelkanth Mountain Peak dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Badrinath is a popular pilgrimage destination in India which is visited by thousands of tourists from across the globe every year. Visiting the place you will find yourself amid some of the most captivating sceneries, and an absolutely awe inspiring and alluring natural beauty.
Badrinath to Keshav Prayag to Badrinath (5.4 Kms, 11mins)
In the morning after having breakfast, Keshav Prayag which is near Mana Village. You can enjoy the sightseeing and sit and relax amid the picturesque nature that appears to be mesmerising and no less than a fest to the eyes. Once you are done with exploring Keshav Prayag, you will head back to Badrinath for dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
Being the confluence of River Alaknanda and Saraswati, Keshav Prayag can either be witnessed from the parking area at Mana or you can even reach there by crossing the Bheem Pul. Other than capturing the scenic beauty of the place, you will even get the chance to shop the local made woollens and herbs from Mana to take back home. Keshav Prayag is not just a destination for the pilgrims but it helps the nature lovers too in discovering their inner self.
Badrinath to Joshimath to Srinagar (205 Kms, 8 Hrs)
In the morning after having breakfast, you will head to Srinagar via Joshimath. On arrival, check-in into hotel for dinner and overnight stay at Srinagar.
Srinagar - Rishikesh – Dehradun airport drop/Haridwar (115 Kms/5 Hrs)
Next morning after having your breakfast you will leave for Rishikesh and further to Dehradun Airport or Haridwar Railway Station depending upon your booked means of transport for your journey ahead.
Uttarakhand is the land of the divine, with Uttarakhand being one of the major Hindu pilgrimage destinations. Home to Hindu pilgrimage destinations like Badrinath, Kedarnath and Panch Prayag, Uttarakhand serves as a major Hindu religious destination in India. With high, snow-capped mountains surrounding and dense forests guarding the holy shrines, every year devotees visit the state to delve into the sanctity of the place.
One such major religious destination in Uttarakhand is Panch Prayag. Prayag is the name for the confluence of two holy rivers and Uttarakhand is either a source or the carrier of many holy rivers. Prayag is a holy site and thousands of pilgrims flock to these destinations to perform purification of soul and wash off their sins. Although we all know about the Panch Prayag, there is also another confluence which is equally mesmerising is not so far from the Panch Prayag, it is the Keshav Prayag. Together combined, they are called Six Prayag Yatra.
Devprayag - The holy site where river Alaknanda meets river Bhagirathi.
Rudraprayag - The holy site where river Alaknanda meets river Mandakini.
Karnaprayag - The holy site where river Alaknanda meets river Pinder.
Nandprayag - The holy site where river Alaknanda meets river Nandakini.
Vishnuprayag - The holy site where river Alaknanda meets river Dhauli Ganga.
Keshav Prayag - The holy site where river Alaknanda meets river Saraswati.
The legends say that as the Ganga was descending the Earth, Lord Shiva contained and controlled the enormous flow of Ganga by dividing it into various streams. After going through Panch Prayag, river Ganga becomes complete and the river flows down, washing the sins of humans.
These Prayags are not just a religious shrine but also a testament to the beauty of the mother nature. Hidden in the lap of Himalayas, these religious sites are some of the most pristine natural sites in Uttarakhand. The flowing streams, at the confluence site, crash into each other creating the loudest roar you would have ever heard. The Prayag is worshipped by pilgrims from all across the country.
Apart from these 6 Prayag, Uttarakhand is also home to one of the holiest sites in Hindu religion, Badrinath. Badrinath town is famous for the Badrinath temple, part of the Char Dham Yatra. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and every year devotees climb the mountain to bow in front of the Lord Vishnu.
- Nights accommodation on double sharing basis.
- Accommodation at good Hotel in Badrinath Dham (Depend on availability).
- Well furnished Accommodation.
- Welcome drink on arrival (non alcoholic).
- Sight seeing as per day itinerary.
- Transfers and sightseeing as per above in an air-conditioned vehicle.
- Extra Bed.
- Helicopter fare/Horse/Palki/Doli.
- Any other meal not mentioned in the inclusions.
- Any other services not mentioned in the inclusions.
- Expenses beyond our control like roadblocks, political disturbances etc.
Hi guys, I visited Badrinath Temple during my college days. It is dedicated to the Lord Vishnu temple. It is like heaven on earth. We can enjoy nature. It is a tourist place. The food is so costly. We can not purchase any thing . The rate is so high. Other than temple, there will be no nearby places to see. It is good for spiritual people. It is not a place to enjoy for students.
If you really want to enjoy the best cold winds no need to go outside of india and waste money just visit there and then you will be so happy that is my guarantee there are so many beautiful places in this world but this is only which I like most in my whole life you can enjoy here so many types of beauty of these place that are tapt kund, mana, last shop of india, vishal saraswati vikral waterfall, a biggest thing is from here the kailash parvat is fully visible. The beauty of ice, glaciers and the biggest river of asia is ganga river.