Are you trapped with the busy schedule of work or do you want to avoid the exertion of travelling by road or do you have older members in your family who cannot undertake a long and tiring journey? Whatever may be the reason, once you land at Dehradun airport we have the best solution for you - Chardham Yatra by charter helicopter service.
We are the most reliable travel agent providing Chardham Yatra by helicopter. We have tied up with the best charter helicopter service Company for Char Dham. We offer Char Dham yatra by powerful and comfortable Bell 407 helicopters. These services are approved by the DGCA and Govt of India.
These helicopters can accommodate max 04 passengers at a time. There is also a limitation of the gross weight of all the passengers. The duration of chardham yatra by helicopter is 01 Night/ 02 days from Dehradun. The package is inclusive of accommodation at the best resort with all meals, pony for Yamunotri, transfer by car from helipad to temple and special darshan facility at all the dhams.
Chardham yatra by helicopter is safe, luxurious and the most comfortable way of visiting Char Dham in Uttarakhand. Apart from seeking blessings at the four Dhams, the helicopter ride also provides an excellent view of the Himalayan ranges. It will be an unforgettable experience of your life.
What is included in the tour
- Accommodation in double rooms with attached toilet and bath
- Breakfast & dinner in Deluxe & Standard Package
- Hot water facility
- Transportation as mentioned, Non ac vehicle during hill journey
- All taxes.
What is NOT included in the tour
- Lunch in Deluxe & Standard Package
- Meals in Economy package
- Pony/Palki charges
- Helicopter charges
- Ropeway fare
- Priority Darshan charges
- Special Pooja charges
- Personal Insurance & emergency rescue charges
- Extra transport charges in the event of landslides
- Tips and any other expenses, which are not mentioned above
- Visit to Lakhamandal*, Triyuginarayan * & Kalimath*
Note: All sightseeing depends upon weather conditions, your arrival & departure time. If you want to visit all the places then you have to strictly follow the schedule timing.
- Visit to Chardham Yamunotri,Gangotri, Kedarnath & Sri Badrinath ji
- Visit to Panch Prayag (Deoprayag, Karanprayag,Rudraprayag,Nandprayag & Vishnuprayag)
- Visit to Mussoorie “The Queen of Hills”
- Visit to ancient temples of Vishvanath ji
- Visit to Chopta “The mini Switzerland of India”
- Visit to Mana village, the last village on Indo-Tibet border
Day 01: Haridwar-Mussoorie-Barkot (200 km, 07 hrs drive): Today drive to Barkot/Syanachatti. Enroute you can halt for some time at Mussoorie & Kempty falls. Later proceed to Barkot and transfer to your Hotel. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Important places to visit: Mussoorie, Kempty Falls & Lakhamandal*
Day 02: Barkot-Yamunotri return: Drive to Jankichatti and then trek for 07 km to reach Yamunotri. Visit the temple of Goddess Yamuna which is situated on the banks of the river. There is a hot water spring adjacent to this temple. The pilgrims take a holy dip in this spring before darshan of the temple. You can also cook rice in these hot waters. After darshan return back to Jankichatti. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Important places to visit: Yamunotri Temple, Surya Kund & Divya Shila.
Day 03: Barkot-Uttarkashi (115 km, 5 hrs drive): After breakfast drive to Uttarkashi. You can visit the famous Vishwanath Temple. Stay overnight at the hotel
Important places to visit: Vishwanath Temple & Shakti Temple
Day 04: Uttarkashi-Gangotri-Uttarkashi ( 100 km each side, 3 1/2 hrs): After breakfast, we proceed to Harsil. This is one of the most beautiful valleys in Uttarakhand. On the way we can halt at Gangnani which again has hot water springs. You can take a dip here. Then drive to Gangotri (22 kms/1 hr). Over here devotees take a holy dip in the most Holy River of Hindus- The Ganges. It is also called Bhagirathi from where it originates. You can then perform pooja and enjoy in the picturesque surroundings. In the afternoon return back to Uttarkashi. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Important places to visit: Harsil, Hot Water Springs at Gangnani, Gangotri Temple
Day 05: Uttarkashi- Guptakashi-Sitapur (210 kms/8 hrs): After early breakfast, we will proceed to Guptakashi. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 06: Guptakashi –Phata-Kedarnath-Guptkashi/Sitapur: Departure to Phata at 7:00 am to take the helicopter for Kedarnath ji. The flight duration is approximately 15 minutes from Phata. Upon arrival at Kedarnath ji proceed for the holy darshan at Kedarnath temple. After darshan fly back to Guptkashi. Overnight stay in Guptkashi/Sitapur.
Important places to visit: Kedarnath Temple, Guptkashi Temple, Kalimath* and Triyuginarayan*
Day 07: Guptkashi/Sitapur- Badrinath (230 km / 8 hrs): After an early breakfast, we proceed to Badrinath via Chopta one of the most beautiful sites on the whole trip. Enjoy the beautiful drive through medicinal forests. On arrival check in to your hotel at Badrinath. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Important places to visit: Ukhimath Temple, Chopta & Narsing Temple in Joshimath.
Day 08: Badrinath –Rudraprayag/Pipalkoti: (165Kms/80 km, 7 hrs): Get up early in the morning and see the beauty of the majestic Neel Khant peak. After taking bath at Tapt Kund (hot water spring ) take holy Darshan of the Badrinath Temple. After Breakfast drive to Mana Village. 11:00 am departure for Rudraprayag. Dinner and overnight at the hotel
Important places to visit: Sri Badri Vishal Temple, Tapt Kund, Bhrama kapal, Narad Kund, Sheshnetra and Mata Murti Temple.
Important places in Mana Village: Bheem pul, Ganesh Gufa, Vyas Gufa
On the way sightseeing: Yogdhyan Badri, Vishnuprayag, Shankracharya Mutt in Joshimath, Nandprayag and Karanprayag.
Day 09: Rudraprayag/Pipalkoti–Rishikesh-Haridwar (135 km, 5 hrs): After breakfast, we proceed to Rishikesh. Visit to Ramjhulka and Laxmanjhula, Ganga aarti at Parmarth Niketan. Transfer to Haridwar.
Important places to visit: Rudraprayag confluence, Dhari Devi Temple, Devprayag confluence, Lakshman jhula, Ramjhula, Geeta Bhawan, Swarg Ashram, Parmarth Niketan and Shivanand Ashram.