Char Dham Yatra

Char Dham Luxury Booking from Dehradun - 5 Nights Heli Tour Pack

About Char Dham Temples

The great Hindu philosopher and reformer Adi Shankaracharya initiated the 4 Dham Yatra in an attempt to revive the Hindu religion during the 8th century. Now, thousands of devotees from all around the world become the part of it.

 Duration: 05 Nights & 06 Days

 Itinerary: Dehradun ➝Yamunotri → Gangotri → Kedarnath ➝ Badrinath ➝ Dehradun

 Operational During: May to June (Pre-monsoon), Sep to Oct (Post-monsoon).

Complete Charter Cost: INR 10,000,00 (Upto max 6 px & weight 450kg in total)

Or Cost Per Person-  1.80 Lakh

Package Highlights

  • VIP darshans and special Puja on request
  • Comfortable stays at all locations
  • Delicious meals, Luxurious Services
  • Informed and professional representatives at every location
  • Trusted Char Dham Booking

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tour itinerary

DAY 01 Reach Dehradoon

Reach Dehradoon by Air/Rail/Road.  Transfers from Airport/Station is arranged. Check into hotel for dinner and night stay.

Day 2 Visit Yamunotri

The sacred Dhams yatra will begin from Dehradoon Sahastradhara helipad. Flying to Kharsali Helipad (for Yamunotri temple). Traveling from Kharsali Helipad to temple on Pony/Palki (appx 6-7 kilometers). After VIP darshan at temple, the pilgrims come back to Kharsali for dinner and overnight stay.

DAY 03 Visit Gangotri

  • Early morning checkout.
  • Flying from Kharsali to Harsil Helipad.
  • Transfer from Harsil Helipad to Gangotri temple by car. The distance is around 30 kilometers. VIP darshan will be provided. Pandit is available for special pooja on special request. Harsil is a beautiful valley of dense forest and green mountains. After darshan & on the way back, there are many beautiful spots where you can enjoy the beauty of nature and take photos to make your journey memorable forever. Dinner and overnight stay at Harsil.

DAY 04 Visit Kedarnath

  • After Breakfast, check out early and drive to Harsil Helipad. We fly to Sersi/phata ji helipad from there we fly to Kedarnath ji Temple in different helicopter doing shuttles to Kedarnath ji.
  • The pandit/staff will accompany the group to temple for VIP Darshan in Kedarnath. After Darshan and pooja the group will fly back to Sersi/Phata .
  • Dinner and night stay at Hotel near Helipad.

DAY 05 Visit Badrinath

  • After breakfast, transfer to helipad. Flying from Sersi/Phata helipad to Badrinath helipad. Transfer from Badrinath Helipad to Hotel. Proceed to the temple for VIP Darshan.
  • Dinner and overnight stay at Badrinath Hotel. Sight-seeing to Mana village on special request and extra charges.

DAY 06  Back to Dehradoon

  • After breakfast, transfer from hotel to Badrinath helipad. While we are flying from Badrinath to Dehradun, we can see the beautiful over-view of the region. Especially the picturesque view of the confluences is an eye-candy for nature lovers.  We are flying between the beautiful valleys of thick forest. We fly over the 5 confluences like Vishnu Prayag, Nanda Prayag, Karna Prayag, Rudra Prayag and Dev Prayag.

  • On arrival at Shashdhara helipad Dehradun, drop off to Dehradun Airport/Railway Station.

Tour ends with beautiful memories


  • Pony / Palki service at Yamunotri.
  • Car service at Gangotri.
  • Shuttle service at Kedarnath with priority darshan.
  • Car service at Badrinath with priority Puja Pass.
  • VIP Darshans at every Dham.
  • All meals except lunch at Dehradoon on day of arrival and departure
  • One night stay at Kharsali, Harsil, Sersi and Badrinath
  • Handlers at every stop to assist guest
  • One night stay on twin sharing basis at each hault.


  • International/ Domestic Flights.
  • Tipping, Meals other than mentioned in inclusions etc.
  • Any other thing that has not been mentioned in the “Inclusions”.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, who is directly payable on the spot).
  • Regarding baggage and extra weight charges please read Terms & Conditions carefully
  • 5% GST & all Government Taxes.

NOTE : Special briefing and Timings for each flight and all other instructions/information will be given to guest a day prior to departure/date of journey.


  • 46 days or more before departure : 25% of total cost
  • 31 – 45 days before departure : 50% of total cost
  • Less than 30 days before departure : 100% of total cost


  • 46 days or more before departure : 25% of total cost
  • 31 – 45 days before departure : 50% of total cost
  • Less than 30 days before departure : 100% of total cost



Traditionally, the Chardham yatra is undertaken from the west to the east, thus, the yatra starts from Yamunotri, then proceeding to Gangotri and finally to Kedarnath and Badrinath. Pilgrims traditionally first visit Yamunotri and Gangotri and bring with them the holy waters from the sources of the rivers Yamuna and Ganga and offer abhishekams to Kedareshwara. Char Dhams of Uttarakhand are also known as Chota Char Dham of India.

Popular Route : Haridwar → Rishikesh → Deo Prayag → Tehri → Dharasu → Yamunotri → Uttarkashi → Gangotri → Gaurikund → Kedarnath → Joshimath → Badrinath.


Badrinath Dham is situated at an altitude of 10300 ft. Since you are only here for a short duration, the body cannot get enough time to acclimatize therefore it is advisable to go slow and always catch your breath.

For your information, if anyone exerts themselves too much too quickly, one of the common risks for the Yaris is the development of acute mountain sickness (AMS). AMS, which affects the brain and lungs. Following are some common high altitude ailments and their symptoms.

(1) Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS); AMS is the most common form of mountain sickness and may occur after you ascend to altitudes above 2500 m. Symptoms: Breathing problems, headache, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, weakness, dizziness, and difficulty in sleeping.

(2) High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE); HACE is a severe form of AMS and occurs due to swelling of the brain tissue which may eventually impair the brain. The illness often manifests itself at night and may result in coma/ death within hours.

Symptoms: Breathing problems, headache, fatigue, visual impairment, bladder dysfunction, bowel dysfunction, disorientation, and partial paralysis.

(3) High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) HAPE results in respiratory failure due to the accumulation of fluid in the lungs. HAPE manifests itself at night (typically the second night of climbing in high-altitude areas), progresses rapidly, and may lead to fatality within hours.

Symptoms: Shortness of breath even when resting, persistent dry cough, bright red stained sputum, weakness, fatigue, drowsiness, chest tightness, congestion, and increased heart rate. Younger people are held to be more susceptible to this ailment as, in exuberance, they are inclined to over-exert while trekking. 



  • Take Palkis/Horses instead of trekking to avoid high altitude sickness.
  • Take short breaks to catch your breath when tired.
  • Notice any symptoms such as extreme tiredness, headache, nausea, loss of appetite, or vomiting.
  • A saree is NOT a suitable dress for the Yatra. Salwar Kameez, a pant-shirt or a tracksuit will be better. Ladies who are more than 6 weeks pregnant shall not be allowed to undertake the pilgrimage.
  • Carry some cold cream/Vaseline/sunscreen to protect your hands /face against sunburn etc.
  • Keep in your pocket your identity card with an emergency contact number, in case of an emergency.


  • Don’t exert yourself too much and go out of breath.
  • Don’t ignore any symptoms such as extreme tiredness, headache, nausea, loss of appetite, or vomiting.
  • Don’t stop at places that are marked by warning notices.
  • Don’t use slippers. Only wear trekking/sports shoes with laces.
  • Don’t attempt any shortcuts on the route as doing so would be dangerous.
  • Don’t trek alone. Always stay together as a group. Your mobile network may not work.


  • Flying in hills is subject to weather conditions. And in regard to our Ekdham operations, we would like to bring to your kind attention that flight cancellations & other inconveniences due to weather are very much likely since weather is extremely unpredictable in the hills.
  • Passengers should come prepared to face the eventualities which can arise from bad weather/force majeure problems.
  • Force Majeure situations include cases of bad weather, low visibility for flying, delayed Air Traffic Clearances/Permissions, WIP movements, valley flying by Indian Air Force NOTAM), a sudden occurrence of technical snag in aircraft, illness of flying crew, or late reporting of the guests at the helipads, among others.
  • Further please note, in case of bad weather/force majeure situation, we will operate as per our policies mentioned in the ‘Terms & Conditions’ & ‘Important Guidelines & Policies’ sections.



  1. In the summer months of May-June, the weather remains sunny during the day & approx. 20-30 degrees at night – which is very pleasant.
  2. Comfortable summer leisure wear should be carried during the May-June season.


  1. During Sep-Oct, temperatures remain pleasant during the day. However, they drop to around 10-20 degrees at night.
  2. At Kedarnath & Badrinath, temperatures may suddenly fall below 10 degrees at night. Therefore, it is advisable to carry clothes for cold weather during these months.


Only one handbag weighing a maximum of 5 kgs is allowed per passenger.

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