The pilgrimage of the four most revered Hindu destinations of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath is known as the Chardham Yatra. A journey to these four destinations is considered to be of great spiritual significance, according to traditional Hindu belief.
The holy River Ganga, rises from the glacier at Gangotri, the River Yamuna from Yamunotri and the Mandakini and Alaknanda flow past Kedarnath and Badrinath respectively.
All these four holy locations are situated in the North Indian state of Uttaranchal, which is known throughout the world for its breathtaking beauty and religious ambience.
According to Hindu legends, Uttaranchal is known as Devbhoomi or land of the Gods. Pilgrims from across the world travel to Uttaranchal to undertake the Char Dham yatra.
Uttaranchal is rich in flora and fauna, has tremendous scenic beauty and being a part of the Western Himalayas, offers a full range of adventure sport options such as river rafting, trekking, mountaineering, fishing, mountain biking, mountain safaris, skiing, paragliding, etc. With its spectacular natural beauty, religious and tourist destinations, and hospitable people, a tour to Uttaranchal is sure to be a unique and unforgettable experience.