Uttarakhand is a beautiful Indian state with breathtaking views, lovely hill towns, exotic wildlife, pleasant weather, adventure activities, and much more. The Delightful Uttarakhand Tour is an 8-day itinerary that takes you to some of Uttarakhand’s most beautiful locations. Prepare for a vacation surrounded by stunning scenery and incredible sights. Rishikesh, Kausani, Binsar, Lansdowne, Nainital, and Jim Corbett National Park are all on the itinerary. Wildlife safaris in Jim Corbett and Binsar, Tiffin Top view point in Lansdowne, and the lush Kausani Tea Estate are among the highlights of this tour package.
Day 1: Guptkashi – Haridwar
Start arriving at Haridwar rail station, transfer to Guptkashi, and spend the night in a hotel in Guptkashi.
GUPTKASHI – KEDARNATH, DAY 2
Drive to Sonprayag in the morning, then trek from Sonprayag to Kedarnath (3584 mts) on foot or by pony/Doli. Personal medicines, heavy woollens, toiletries, and clothing for an overnight stop in Guptkashi should be carried by tour members. Check in at the hotel. Later, visit the Kedarnath Temple and stay the night.
Located 5 kilometres from Sonprayag and at an elevation of 1982 metres, Gauri Temple and a hot water pond can be found here. This is where Goddess Parvathi meditated in order to reach Lord Shiva. It serves as the starting point for a trek to Kedarnath.
The Kedarnath shrine, one of the holiest sites in Hinduism.Kedarnath: The Kedarnath shrine, one of Lord Shiva’s 12 jyotirlingas, is a picturesque spot set against the majestic Kedarnath range. Lord Shiva, the protector and destroyer, is also known as Kedar. According to legend, after defeating the Kaurava in the Kurukshetra war, the Pandavas felt guilty for killing their own brothers and sought Lord Shiva’s forgiveness. He eluded them on several occasions, and while fleeing, he took refuge in the form of a bull at Kedarnath. When he realised he was being followed, he dove into the ground, leaving his hump visible on the surface. Lord Shiva’s remaining parts appeared in four other places and are worshipped as his manifestations. Tungnath’s arms and face appeared.
His locks (hair) with head at Kalpeshwar, his belly at Rudranath, and his belly at Madmaheshwar. Panch Kedar refers to Kedarnath and the four shrines mentioned above.
Day 3: Guptkashi – Kedarnath
Return to Guptkashi by track or helicopter the next morning after darshan. Spend the night in a hotel.
Guptkashi – Rishikesh – Haridwar, Day 4
After breakfast, we will depart for Haridwar via Rishikesh. Rishikesh, or ‘Place of the Sages,’ is a well-known spiritual town on the Ganges River, surrounded on three sides by the Shivalik Himalayan range.Raibhya Rishi is said to have appeared as “Hrishikesh” when he performed difficult penances, and the area became known as Rishikesh. Register at the hotel.. Later, go sight-seeing in Rishikesh, including Laxman Jhulla and Ram Jhulla.