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Badrinath Yatra Bus services 

Nestled in the Garhwal Himalayas, Badrinath is a revered pilgrimage site dedicated to Lord Vishnu. At an altitude of 3,133 meters, the Badrinath Temple offers breathtaking views of surrounding peaks. Beyond its religious significance, Badrinath enchants with its natural beauty, including the Alaknanda River and nearby attractions like Mana Village and Vasudhara Falls. It beckons pilgrims and adventurers alike, offering spiritual solace and opportunities for exploration. Join us on a journey to Badrinath, where the divine meets the serene amidst the majestic Himalayan landscape.


- Comfortable bus transportation throughout the entire journey
- Experienced and knowledgeable Bus Driver and conductor accompanying you on the bus
- Assistance with accommodation arrangements at each destination
- Briefings on the itinerary and important guidelines
- Enriching insights into the religious significance and cultural heritage of each site
- Travel insurance coverage during the bus journey


- Accommodation expenses
- Meals and beverages
- Entrance fees to temples or attractions
- Personal expenses such as souvenirs or additional activities
- Any additional transportation not explicitly mentioned in the itinerary
- Any other expenses not specified as included

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Do Dham Yatra refers to a pilgrimage journey to two sacred Hindu sites, typically Yamunotri and Gangotri, both located in Uttarakhand.

Our bus services include comfortable transportation throughout the journey, accompanied by experienced Bus driver and conductor.

No, we only provide transportation services.

No, we only provide transportation services.

We recommend bringing comfortable clothing, suitable footwear for walking, personal toiletries, medications (if needed), and any other essentials for your journey.

The Char Dham Yatra season typically runs from April/May to October/November, with the exact dates depending on weather conditions and temple opening times.

While there are no specific age restrictions, certain parts of the journey may involve trekking or walking long distances, so participants should be physically fit to undertake the trip.