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10N/11D - Chardham Yatra Package From Ahmedabad By Train 2023

13N/14D - chardham yatra package from Ahmedabad by train 2023


Yamunotri is always the starting point of the Uttarakhand state’s Chardham Darshan yatra, which proceeds to Gangotri, Kedarnath, and ends in Badrinath. We, an expert travel agency, provide our clients with amazing Chardham Yatra packages from Ahmedabad that feature meticulously planned routes. Come visit the four Dhams with us and make some lasting experiences. Choose your preferred plan from among our exotic Ahmedabad to Chardham packages to receive special discounts. We are committed to providing you with the most relaxing and unforgettable trip possible. So don’t hesitate to look at our web travel packages and prepare to depart for Uttarakhand’s Chardham.

Char Dham Yatra Opening Dates 2023

Kedarnath Temple – 25th April 2023

Gangotri Temple – 22nd April 2023

Yamunotri Temple – 22nd April 2023

Badrinath Temple – 27th April 2023

Chardham Yatra Closing Dates 2023

Yamunotri Temple – 14th Nov 2023 (Tentative)

Gangotri Temple – 13th Nov 2023 (Tentative)

Kedarnath Temple – 14th Nov 2023 (Tentative)

Badrinath Temple – 15th Nov 2023 (Tentative)

Chardham Place Overview

Uttarkashi, Chamoli, Rudraprayag

15 to 30 °C

From Mid-Apr to June and Sept to Nov,

Trekking, Photography, Wildlife, Skiing, Paragliding, River Rafting, Local cuisine

Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun

Train Name:
Swaran Jayanti Ahmedabad Rajdhani Express (12957/12958)
Ahmedabad Junction(ADI) - New Delhi(NDLS)
Travel Time: 13h 0m , 9 halts, Distance: 935 km, Avg Speed: 72 km/hr

Inclusion -

  1. –   Hotel accommodation as per package same or similar hotels.
  2. –   Breakfast + Dinner.
  3. –   Transfers and sightseeing as prepackage car.
  4. –   All toll tax, parking, fuel and driver allowances.
  5. –   All applicable hotel and transport taxes.

Exclusion -

  1. –   GST @5%
  2. –   Lunch does not include in Package.
  3. –   Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
  4. –   All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals.
  5. –   Medical and travel insurance.
  6. –   Any kind of entry fees anywhere if not mentioned in including.
  7. –   Tips, travel insurance, medical insurance, laundry charges, liquors, mineral water, telephone
  8. –   All items of personal nature.
  9. –   Porter, pony, horse, cable car, boat, train tickets, air tickets charges.
  10. –   VIP Darshan for Kedarnath Darshan.


  • visiting the holy sites of Yamunotri and Gangotri Dham.
  • Visit the habitats in Uttarkashi.
  • Take a hot bath in the holy kund.
  • Visit the heavenly temples of Guptkashi.
  • At the Kedarnath Temple, show love.
  • Participate in Kedarnath’s Abhishek Pooja.
  • At the Badrinath Temple, recite the name of Lord Badrinarayan.
  • The tour to Mana Village( The First & the Last Village of India)
  • Tour of the sites of Rishikesh
Recommended Itinerary

Day 01: Ahmedabad- Delhi – Haridwar

  Take a flight or Train from Ahmedabad airport or station our representative will receive you at Delhi airport or station from wherever you reach. You      will commence your Chardham Yatra Package from Ahmedabad by overnight staying at hotel at Haridwar. 

Day 2: Haridwar – Syanachatti / Barkot (N.S)

  When you arrive at Haridwar airport or train station, our knowledgeable representative will meet you there and help you board your pre-arranged         vehicle for the short drive to Barkot / Synanchatti while Chardham Yatra Package from Ahmedabad 2023.   

Day 3: Syanachatti / Barkot – Yamunotri – Syanachatti / Barkot (N.S)

  After breakfast, head to Yamunotri for some sightseeing before starting the 6 km hike from Jankichatti to your first Chardham yatra pilgrimage          destination. Return to your hotel for dinner after your touring. In-room breakfast and overnight stay.

Day 4Synachatti / Barkot – Uttarkashi

   After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to Uttarkashi.

   A holy town in Uttarakhand is called Uttarkashi. The capital of the city is called Uttarkashi. On the banks of the Bhagirathi River sits the district of       Uttarkashi. In addition to the safe havens, the city is home to several interesting places for tourists to explore, including Dayara Bugyal, Dodi Tal,         Gangnani, Sat Tal, Maneri, Nachiketa Tal, and Gangotri. Around Gangotri are the sacred and fundamental obstacles of Uttarkashi, which also include     Gaumukh, Kedartal, Yamunotri, Divya Shila, and Surya Kund. Near Yamunotri are a number of popular tourist spots for adventurers, such as                 Saptarishi Kund, Hanumanchatti, Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, and Har ki Doon Valley.

   Visit to the Kashi Vishwanath Temple en way. Check into the hotel in Uttarkashi or Natala upon arrival. Dinner and the next day.

Day 5: Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Uttarkashi

   Early in the morning, drive to Gangotri.

   When you get to Gangotri (a town in the Uttarkashi district in the Indian province of Uttarakhand), take a religious bath in the holy Ganges. On the       banks of the Bhagirathi River, close to the Ganges River’s mouth, is a Hindu pilgrimage town. Because it is thought that Lord Shiva snared the great     floods of the Ganges in his tangled locks there, the Gangotri Temple is immensely significant to everyone.)

   Make your way back to Uttarkashi for dinner after conducting pooja. Following breakfast, depart.

Day 6: Uttarkashi – Guptkashi

   Following breakfast, we’ll get ready to travel to Guptkashi through the Tehri Dam. In Guptkashi is the well-known Kashi Vishwnath Temple. We           leave the temple and head back to our hotel, where we spend the night.

Day 7: Guptkashi – Kedarnath

   Arrive at the transport parking at Sonprayag early in the morning. Take a local vehicle/jeep at your own risk to go the 02 kilometres to Gaurikund.       Your hike to Kedarnath can begin once you arrive in Gaurikund (16kms one way).

   Those who wish to travel by helicopter, which costs approximately Rs 12000 per person (80kg weight), will be dropped at the Guptkashi/Phata/Sirsi     Helipad. Those who wish to hire a pony or palki at their own expense (approximate cost suggested for pony for return journey: Poni Rs 3000/-, Palki     10000/-).

Note: If you plan to travel by trekking, pony, or palki, please reserve your helicopter, pony, and palki for the same day’s return.

Day 8: Kedarnath – Gaurikund –  Guptkashi

   The distance from Kedarnath to Gaurikund, Guptkashi is 35 km in 3 hours by road and 18 km downhill on foot. Early in the morning, we go for a           temple tour and then return to the hotel. Afterwards, hike down to Gaurikund. Drive to Guptkashi after that. Spend the night at the hotel.

Day 9: Guptkasi – Badrinath

   On this day we will reach to Badrinath via chopta. After relaxing in the hotel go for interesting sightseeing of Mana Village. Here visiting places are       vyas Gufa, Ganesh Gufa, Charanpaduka, Bhim pul. The “Mukh” of the Saraswati river is also a visiting place. In the evening you can take a part in         Aarti. During the night you stay in the hotel.

Day 10: Badrinath – Pipalkoti – Rudraprayag

   At Pipalkoti, you must take a bath in Suryakund on the tenth day. After that, visit the temple. Return to the hotel after the temple visit. Following         breakfast, depart the hotel and travel to Joshimath or Pipalkothi. Hotel stay the night.

Day 11: Rudraprayag – Delhi – Ahmedabad

   From Rudraprayag in the Morning after having breakfast we will drive back to Delhi and then Ahmedabad.

   Here Chardham Yatra Package from Ahmedabad by train 2023 




It is believed that one should complete the Char Dham Yatra in a clockwise direction. Hence, the pilgrimage starts from Yamunotri, proceeds towards Gangotri, onto Kedarnath, and finally ends at Badrinath.

However, May and June is the best time to plan for Chardham Yatra as it becomes comfortable due to pleasant climatic conditions. Chardham Yatra will start on 3rd May 2023 & close on 26th October 2023 (tentative). Kedarnath and Badrinath temples will open on 6th May and 8th May, respectively.

There is no railway station at Kedarnath. Rishikesh Railway Station is the nearest railway head from Kedarnath. Located about 210 km from Gaurikund, Rishikesh Railway Station is well connected to almost all the major cities of India and has a regular trains on a daily basis.

It is said that the path is more important than the destination. When you do the Chardham yatra by road, you realize the fact for it is the trek along the route and the time spent in the company of other pilgrims, and devotees that makes the yatra actually worth it.

Pilgrims should avoid meeting elder persons (above 65 years) and minors (below 10 years) during their visit to Shrine. Pregnant ladies, Infants & pilgrims less than 10 years & above 65 years are advised to avoid the char dham yatra. This e-Pass is valid only for the Darshan at Temple during the visit to the Shrine.

It is the only shrine in India, where goddess, Subhadra, sister of Lord Krishna is worshipped along with her brothers, Lord Jagannatha and Lord Balabhadra. The main temple here is about 1000 years old and constructed by Raja Choda Ganga Deva and Raja Tritiya Ananga Bhima Deva.

After an altitude of 8,000 feet, however, the demand for oxygen increases. To breathe, Kedarnath requires 87 percent oxygen.

 The nearest airport to Chardham is situated in Dehradun which operates regular flights (direct and connecting flights) to Ahmedabad. The nearest railway station to Chardham is Haridwar and there is one direct train to Ahmedabad. Therefore, the easiest way to reach Chardham from Ahmedabad is via flight till Dehradun, and then to take a cab for your first Chardham destination.

 Pilgrims need a Biometric Certificate before undertaking the 4 Dham Yatra, which is provided by the Uttarakhand Government. The registration for this can be done both online and offline.

Yes, you can visit the 4 Dham temples with your kids but remember to carry enough woollen clothes and carry a baby medical kit. You should also remember that you will have to trek to the holy shrines of Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri, but not for Badrinath as it is located at a close distance to the motorable road, so you should prepare yourself accordingly.

 The weather at the places where the Char Dham temples are located is extremely pleasant, cool and comfortable from April to June. From June to September, heavy showers occur, and although there is occurrence of landslides, you can visit Char Dham during these months too. The Char Dham temples remained closed during winters because of extremely heavy snowfall, thus making them inaccessible. In any case, since all of the Char Dhams are located at high altitudes, the weather is cold, and cold winds blow frequently. You should plan a trip to the 4 Dhams keeping these weather conditions in mind.

Going on the Chardham yatra on your own can give you a lot of problems and hassles during the trip. If you book your Chardham yatra packages through us then we offer you various choices of the hotel within your budget and will also give a hassle-free trip as we have become used to all the problems that may arise during the trip and how to tackle these problems.

 The Holy Pilgrimage tour of Chardham Yatra ends during the month of October when the doors of all four Dhams close one by one. Kedarnath and Yamunotri Dhams close on the occasion of Bhai Dooj/Dwitiya, other than this the doors of Gangotri Dham closes on the occasion of Diwali. Lastly, the doors of the Badrinath temple close on the occasion of Vijay Dashami. All the Holy Dhams remain closed throughout the winter season as the area gets under the thick sheet of snow and weather conditions become a bit unfavorable.

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