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Piligrimage Package Details

Holy Kailash Mansarovar Yatra


Package

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT KAILASH
Kailash Location:  Western Tibet
Altitude Kailash Peak:  23080 Ft. above sea level.
Base Camp:  Darchen 14950 Ft. above sea level
Climate:  Unpredictable (Max 20 Degree Centigrade to Min -10 Degree Centigrade)
Beliefs:  Hindu, Buddhist, Jains, Banpo (all AMU followers)
Visiting Time:  End of April to Beginning of September
Parikrama of Kailash: 52 km (Three days)
Parikrama of Manas:  102 km - Three days by walk, one day by land cruiser (if not restricted by Government of China and Tibetan Tourism Bureau.)
Manasarovar Altitude:  14950 Ft. from sea level.
Distance From Kathmandu:  817 km (One way)
Journey Time:  14 days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu including 3 days Parikrama of Kailash by walk.
Clothing:  Heavy woolen clothing meant for mountaineering.
Time:  Nepal is 15 minutes ahead of Indian Standard Time and Tibet is 02.15 hours ahead of Indian Standard Time.
Currency:  Renmbi or Yuan. One Yuan is equivalent to Rs. 6 approx.

KAILASH (Sumeru) PARBAT

From the advent of Hindu religion for the last 5000 years, it is believed that the sacred rivers originate from the center of the universe, which is Mount Kailash and Mansarovar. Mt. Kailash also known as Sumeru Prabat is the home of Lord Shiva. Indus, Satlaj, Ganges, Karnali and Brahmaputra rivers originate from this holy spot. The fact that Mt. Kailash is important not only for Hindus but also for Buddhists, Jains, BanPo, Sai Baba followers and all AMU followers gives high significance to this holyland.

Kailash Parbat 23,080 Ft. from the sea level is a rock pyramid with Snow Cap and is located in rich scenic area of Western Tibet. It lies between the Himalayan ranges, Karakorum ranges and Naga Parbat - the three great mountain ranges of Asia. From here one can see into Afghanistan, Pakistan, Hindustan (India) & Nepal. Often referred to as the Mountain of Swastika, an ancient sign of good luck; it is considered most auspicious to make a religious pilgrimage around the 52 km circuit. In fact, the entire region of Kailash is of important religious significance that includes the two turquoise-blue pristine high lakes of Mansarovar and Rakshes Tal.

Mt. Kailash also offers many opportunities for nature lovers as large numbers of unusual species of birds, wildlife and flora-founa can be found here. This holy region is a symbol of creation of the universe, attracting scholars and researchers worldwide. Kailash or Sumeru Prabat being the center of the Himalaya and the home of Lord Shiva provides us with all sources of life and welcomes you to a spiritually enriching and rewarding opportunity of a lifetime.

We, Maxworth Tours and Travels are a professional and ecologically concerned organization of high standard. Our primary goal is to provide you with culturally enriched wonderful traveling adventures. We provide all equipments, vegetarian cuisine, excellent travel arrangements and reliable, friendly and experienced staff within budgetary means. You are most welcome to visit us to experience an unforgettable Yatra of Holy Manasarovar.



Muktinath Darshan Yatra
(2 Nights / 3 days)


Package
Day 1Morning Fly to Pokhara, Arrival Pokhara, transfer to Hotel, freshen-up, start for local sight seeing, visit Devi’s falls, Mahendra gufa, Vindhya Vasani Temple, evening free at Phewa Lake, night halt at Pokhara.

Day 2 Early morning Fly to Muktinath by Helicopter, perform Puja, Hawan etc. and fly back to Pokhara. Arrival Pokhara & Transfer to hotel. Evening free for leisure, night halt at Pokhara.

Day 3 Morning depart to Katmandu enroute visit Manakamanadevi Temple - one can enjoy South Asia’s biggest cable car ride, evening arrival at Katmandu.

Package Includes:
* 2 Nights stay at Deluxe hotel on Twin Sharing basis,
* All Meals
* Kathmandu - Pokhara by domestic flight
* Pokhara / Muktinath / Pokhara by Helicopter
* Half day Pokhara Sightseeing by exclusive Non A/C coach
* Arrival & Departure Transfer.

PACKAGE COST : RS. 16,500/- PER PERSON



Tirupati - Tirumala - Mangapura


Package

Volvo A/C
Departure:  7.30 pm
Arrival:  4.00 pm (2nd Day)

Package Cost Includes
* Bangalore - Tirupati by Volvo
* Uphill & Down transfer by Link coach
* Darshan, Bathing facility and Guide fees

Hi Tech Non A/C
Departure:  7.30 pm
Arrival:  4.00 pm (2nd Day)

Package Cost Includes
* Bangalore - Tirupati by Hi Tech Non A/C
* Uphill & Down transfer by Link coach
* Darshan, Bathing facility and Guide fees)

Volvo A/C
Departure:  9.30 pm
Arrival:  7.00 pm (2nd Day)

Package Cost Includes
* Bangalore - Tirupati by Volvo
* Uphill & Down transfer by Link coach
* Darshan, Bathing facility and Guide fees

Volvo A/C
Departure:  9.00 pm
Arrival:  7.00 pm (2nd Day)

 

Package Cost Includes
* Bangalore - Tirupati by Volvo A/C
* Uphill & Down transfer by Link coach
* Darshan, Bathing facility and Guide fees



Tirupati - Tirumala - Kalahasti


The town of Tirupati is one of the most ancient and spectacular places of pilgrimage in India. It is situated in the Chittoor district in southern Andhra Pradesh. The town owes its existence to the sacred temple of Lord Sri Venkateswara situated on the Tirumala Hill adjoining it. With a history that dates back to over twelve centuries, the temple is the jewel in the crown of ancient places of worship in southern India.
The Tirumala Hill is 3200 ft above sea level, and is about 10.33 sq miles in area. It comprises seven peaks, representing the seven hoods of Adisesha, thus earning the name, Seshachalam. The seven peaks are called Seshadri, Neeladri, Garudadri, Anjanadri, Vrishabhadri, Narayanadri and Venkatadri.

The sacred temple of Sri Venkateswara is located on the seventh peak, Venkatadri (Venkata Hill), and lies on the southern banks of Sri Swami Pushkarini. There are several legends associated with the manifestation of the Lord in Tirumala.

The name Tirupati, meaning the ‘the Lord of Lakshmi’ should have been appropriately applied to the village on the Venkata Hill, the abode of the Lord. However, it has been popularly assigned to the Municipal town at the foot of the Hill, while the village around the Hill near His temple is called Tirumala (the Sacred Hill).

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) maintains twelve temples and their sub-shrines in the Tirumala-Tirupati area.

Tirupathi Kalahasti Package :
Departure:  8.00 pm(Friday)
Arrival:  6.30 pm (Sunday)

Package

Day 1 : Departure to Tirupathi. Over night journey.

Day 2 : Arrival to Tirupati. After fresh up start to Kalahasti Mangapura, kapilatirtha and Tiruchanur. Night halt at Tirupati.

Day 3 : Visit to Tirumala. Darshan as per tag time and return to Bangalore.

Package Includes:
* Transportation in A/C Volvo coach
* Visit to temples as mentioned above.
* Darshan at Tirumala.
* Accomodation
* Guide Charges

Package Excludes :
* Pooja tickets at Kalahasti Mangapura, kapilatirtha and Tiruchanur.
* All meals
* Other entrance charges.

Sri Kalahasthi Temple

This ancient temple dedicated to Lord Siva is one of the panchabhootha stalams (temples celebrating Lord Siva as the embodiment of the primary elements), air being the element in case here, the other five temples being Tiruvannamalai (fire), Chidambaram (space), Thiruvanikkaval (water) and Kanchipuram (earth) respectively. Sri Kalahasthi is located near the pilgrimage town of Tirupathi and is visited by thousands of pilgrims.
The temple is also associated with Rahu and Kethu (of the nine grahams or celestial bodies in the Indian astrological scheme). The river Suvarnamukhi takes the northerly course at Sri Kalahasthi almost washing the west wall of the famous Sri Kalahasthi temple in the Chittor district of Andhra Pradesh. Inside this very large temple situated between two steep hills - Sripuram and Mummidi-
cholapuram - is the Sivalinga set to represent the element of Vayu (air or wind), whose presence is evident by a continuous flame which flickers though there is no loophole for air to enter the temple.
Sri Kalahasthi Temple is in fact considered as the Kailash of the south or Dakshin Kailash. The protector of devotees, the granter of boons, the merciful Lord Siva, the Three-eyed, manifested in the form of Vayu linga in the Bilwaka grove on the banks of river Suvarnamukhi. Lord Siva, manifest in the form of Vayu linga, is known to the devotees as Sri Kalahastheeswara.



Madurai - Rameshwaram - Kanyakumari


Madurai is regarded as a temple town. It is known for the Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple. Madurai is one of the most ancient heritage sites of India. Madurai is centered around the Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple. The magnificent temple complex sprawls over an area of 6 hectares. It also has 12 gopurams or gateways, ranging in height from 45 to 50 m, the tallest being the southern one. The southern gateway is beautifully proportioned and is nine stories high. Like the other gopurams, it is also crowded with the Sculpture Meenakshi Templeimages of gods, goddesses, gargoyles, and gryphons. Madurai Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple was rebuilt with amazing resilience by the Nayak rulers of Madurai. Madurai can be reached by train, bus or flight. Madurai has daily flightsfrom Chennai and four times a week from Bangalore. Madurai is an important junction in the South Indian Rail Network. Madurai connects to many cities and towns in Tamilnadu and also to other states.

Rameshwaramis an island situated in the gulf of manner at the very tip of the Indian peninsula. A very important pilgrim centre of the Indians. Rameshwaram is the place from where Lord Rama, built a bridge across the sea to rescue his consort Sita, from her abductor, Ravana. This is also the place where Rama worshipped Lord Shiva to cleanse away the sin of killing Ravana. Both the Vaishnavites and Shaivites visit this pilgrimage which is known as the Varanasi the south.

Kanyakumari or the Cape Comorin, the southern most tip of peninsular India is sprawled over an area of 1672 sq. km, occupying 1.29% of the total extent of Tamil Nadu. Kanyakumari is also known as Kanniyakumari in Tamil Language. It is the confluence point of three oceans - the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. Apart from this, it is also a vital Hindu pilgrim center, renowned for its exotic sunrises and sunsets over the horizon. One of the unique features of Kanyakumari is the multicolored sand found on its beach.

Package

Day 1:  Depart to Madurai by Train / Coach, overnight journey.

Day 2:  Arrival Madurai, pick up from railway station / bus station and transfer to Hotel, afternoon visit Madurai Meenakshi Temple, Chokanadhar Temple, Alagar Temple, Lord Muruga Temple and night halt at Madurai.

Day 3:  Depart to Rameshwaram, visit Hanuman Temple (24 ft.) Pamban Bridge, Navpanigriham, Dahanskodi, Kashi Vishwanatha Temple, 24 Kundalas, Ram Paravath, Sita Paravath, Hanuman Paravath, Vishnu Temple and night halt at Rameshwaram.

Day 4:  Morning Depart to Kanyakumari, visit Sunrise Point, Triveni Sangamam, Devikumari Amman Temple, Gandhi Mantapam, Kamarajmani Mantapam, VivekanandaRock, Tiruvalluvar Statue (133 Ft.), Susendran Temple and night halt at Kanyakumari.

Day 5:  Afternoon Depart to Madurai and drop at railway station or bus station to start for Bangalore.

Day 6:  Arrival to Bangalore.

Package Cost Includes
* Transportation from Bangalore - Madurai - Bangalore by train / coach,
* Madurai - Rameshwaram - Kanyakumari - Madurai by reserved vehicle,
* One night stay each at Madurai, Rameshwaram, Kanyakumari,
* Parking & toll taxes,

Package cost excludes
* All meals
* Entrance fees
* Personal Expenses



Navagraha Package Tour


Package

Day 1:  8.30 pm Dep. to Kumbakonam by Mayura A/C coach Overnight journey

Day 2:  Morning 6.30am arrival Kumbakonam, transfer to  Hotel Green Park or Similar, fresh up,proceed for

The following temples:

 08.30 AM  Thirunageswaram Darshan RAHU
 10.30 AM  Thiunallar Darshan SHANI
 12.30 PM  Kumbakonam Lunch
 03.30 PM  Thingalur Darshan CHANDRA
 06.30 PM  Alangudi Darshan GURU

Day 3:  Night halt at Kumbakonam: Morning proceed for the following temples

07.00 AM    Kanchanur Dharshan SHUKRA
07.45 AM    Suriyanar Koil Darshan SURIYA
08.15 AM    Mayilduthurai Breakfast                  
09.30 AM    Vaitheswaran Koil Darshan MANGALA
11.30 AM    Vaitheswaran Koil Lunch
12.30 PM to
03.00 PM    Poompuhar Beach Site Seeing         
03.45 PM    Mela Perumpallam Darshan KETHU
04.30 PM    Thiruvengadu Darshan BUDHA
06.00 PM    Kumbakonam
Night dep. To Bangalore by Mayura A/C coach Overnight journey

Day 4:  Morning arrival Bangalore

Package Cost Includes
* Bangalore – Kumbakonam – Bangalore by A/C coach
* Visit to all temples, transfers by Indica A/c vehicle
* Accommodation in three star hotel

Package Cost Excludes
* All meals
* All personalised expenses
* All extrance fees wherever applicable

*** Special pooja arrangements on request



Bangalore - Shirdi


The Shirdi Saibaba Temple, located at Shirdi, Maharashtra, India attracts millions of devotees of all religions, castes and creed who come to pay homage to Shri Sai Baba. The temple is a beautiful shrine that was built over the Samadhi of Shri Sai Baba.

Samadhi Mandir
Samadhi Mandir of Shri Sai Baba was actually owned by a millionaire from Nagpur, a famous Sai devotee Shreemant Gopalrao. Gopalrao wanted to keep an idol of Murlidhar here. However, Baba himself became Murlidhar and the Mandir became the Samadhi Mandir of Baba. The Mandir is built with stones and Baba's Samadhi is built with white marble stones. A railing is built in marble around the Samadhi and is full of ornamental decorations. In front of the Samadhi are two silver pillars full of decorative designs. Just behind the Samadhi is Sai Baba's marvelous statue made of Italian marble, which shows him seated on a throne. This idol was made by the late Shri Balaji Vasant. This statue was installed on 7th October 1954. Above the statue is an open, silver umbrella. The front of the Mandir has an assembly hall where about 600 devotees can be accomadated. Here is a showcase where various things handled by Baba are kept. On the first floor of the Mandir are pictures that depict Baba's life. The daily routine of the temple starts at 5 o'clock in the morning with Bhoopali, a morning song, and closes at 10 o'clock in the night after the Shejarati is sung. Only on three occasions the temple is kept open overnight i.e. on Gurupoornima, Dassera, and Ramnavmi. Every Thursday and on each festival, a Palakhi with Baba's photo is taken out from the temple.

Dwarkamai
Shri Sai Baba came to Shridhi with a marriage procession. He stayed at Dwarkamai till the very end of his life. Dwarkamai is situated on the right of the entrance of Samadhi Mandir. Here he solved problems of the people, cured their sickness and worries. Before Baba's arrival in Shridhi, Dwarkamai was an old mosque in a dilapidated condition. Baba turned it into Dwarkamai and proved that God is one. The first level of Dwarkamai has a portrait of Baba and a big stone on which Baba used to sit. This level has two rooms. One contains the chariot and the second a palkhi. Just in front of the room where the chariot is kept is a small temple. A saffron flag flies over it. The second level of Dwarkamai has a square stool made of stone, which Baba used for taking a bath. The main attraction of this place is the oil painting of Shri Sai Baba sitting in a carved wooden shrine. This level also has the grinding stone and the wooden vessel called Kolamba in which Baba used to keep the Bhiksha brought from the village.

Package

Day 1:  Afternoon dep. to Shirdi by Volvo coach Overnight journey.

Day 2:  Morning arrival Shirdi, pick up and transfer to hotel, noon visit Sri Saibaba Temple and Shanisinganapur, night halt at Shirdi.

Day 3:  Morning check out of the hotel, visit Shri Sai Baba temple, noondrop at bus station to depart to Bangalore.

Day 4:  Morning arrival Bangalore.

Package Includes :
* Transportation from Bangalore - Shirdi - Bangalore by Volvo Coach
* Accommodation (Twin Sharing)
* Sight seeing by reserved vehicle

Package Excludes :
*All meals
*Entrance fees
*Personal Expenses



Bangalore - Shirdi - Nasik


The Shirdi Saibaba Temple, located at Shirdi, Maharashtra, India attracts millions of devotees of all religions, castes and creed who come to pay homage to Shri Sai Baba. The temple is a beautiful shrine that was built over the Samadhi of Shri Sai Baba.

Samadhi Mandir
Samadhi Mandir of Shri Sai Baba was actually owned by a millionaire from Nagpur, a famous Sai devotee Shreemant Gopalrao. Gopalrao wanted to keep an idol of Murlidhar here. However, Baba himself became Murlidhar and the Mandir became the Samadhi Mandir of Baba.

The Mandir is built with stones and Baba's Samadhi is built with white marble stones.
A railing is built in marble around the Samadhi and is full of ornamental decorations. In front of the Samadhi are two silver pillars full of decorative designs. Just behind the Samadhi is Sai Baba's marvelous statue made of Italian marble, which shows him seated on a throne. This idol was made by the late Shri Balaji Vasant. This statue was installed on 7th October 1954. Above the statue is an open, silver umbrella. The front of the Mandir has an assembly hall where about 600 devotees can be accomadated. Here is a showcase where various things handled by Baba are kept. On the first floor of the Mandir are pictures that depict Baba’s life.

The daily routine of the temple starts at 5 o'clock in the morning with Bhoopali, a morning song, and closes at 10 o'clock in the night after the Shejarati is sung. Only on three occasions the temple is kept open overnight i.e. on Gurupoornima, Dassera, and Ramnavmi. Every Thursday and on each festival, a Palakhi with Baba's photo is taken out from the temple.

Dwarkamai
Shri Sai Baba came to Shridhi with a marriage procession. He stayed at Dwarkamai till the very end of his life. Dwarkamai is situated on the right of the entrance of Samadhi Mandir. Here he solved problems of the people, cured their sickness and worries. Before Baba's arrival in Shridhi, Dwarkamai was an old mosque in a dilapidated condition. Baba turned it into Dwarkamai and proved that God is one. The first level of Dwarkamai has a portrait of Baba and a big stone on which Baba used to sit. This level has two rooms. One contains the chariot and the second a palkhi. Just in front of the room where the chariot is kept is a small temple. A saffron flag flies over it. The second level of Dwarkamai has a square stool made of stone, which Baba used for taking a bath. The main attraction of this place is the oil painting of Shri Sai Baba sitting in a carved wooden shrine. This level also has the grinding stone and the wooden vessel called Kolamba in which Baba used to keep the Bhiksha brought from the village.

Trimbakeshwar Temple
This temple situated in Trimbak, 30 km West of Nasik, contains one of the twelve Jyotirlingas (naturally occuring Lingas) in India. The temple has beautiful carvings. There is a belief that anybody who visits Trimbakeshwar attains salvation. It is considered to be the holiest place to perform Shraddha ceremony as mentioned in 'Nirnaya Sindhu' - a religious book of Hindus. Non Hindus are not allowed inside the temple but one can get a clear view from outside. The river Godavari rises here from a hill called Brahmagiri. Nearby there is the 'Gangasagar bathing tank' into which the Godavari river dribbles in, from its source. A bath in these waters is supposed to wash away sins.

Pandu Lena
About 8km south of Nasik, close to the Mumbai road, is a group of 24 rock cut Hinayana Buddhist caves dating from around the 1st century BC. Some of them have excellent carvings on the doorways. Of them, caves 3, 10 and 18 are noteworthy. Cave 3 and cave 10 are viharas with some interesting sculptures. There is a carved Buddha in Cave 10. Cave 18 is a Chaitya, well sculptured with an elaborate facade which is particularly noteworthy.

Someshwar
On the way to Gangapur dam, there is a beautiful nature spot called Someshwar. There is a temple of Lord Shiva and Lord Hanuman on the banks of the river Godavari. The area is covered with greenery all over, with a pleasant climate. Tourists can can enjoy swimming and boating in the river.

Package

Day 1:  Afternoon dep. to Shirdi by Volvo coach Overnight journey.

Day 2:  Morning arrival Shirdi, pick up and transfer to hotel, noon visit Sri Saibaba Temple and Shanisinganapur, night halt at Shirdi.

Day 3:  Morning visit Shri Sai Baba temple, Panchavati, Triambakeshwar, Nasik and back to Shirdi, night halt.

Day 4:  Morning Leisure, noon drop at bus station to depart to Bangalore.

Day 5:  Morning arrival Bangalore

Package Cost Includes
* Transportation from Bangalore - Shirdi - Bangalore by Volvo coach,
* Accommodation (Twin Sharing)
* Sight seeing by reserved vehicle

Package Cost Excludes
*All meals
*Entrance fees
*Personal Expenses



Shirdi- Nasik - Aurangabad


Aurangabad, commonly used as a base for a visit to the World Heritage Sites of Ajanta and Ellora is seeped in medieval history. Named for Aurangzeb, the last of the great Mughal Emperors, Aurangabad acquired plenty of monuments and a rich culture as its heritage from the middle ages. The one single factor that determined Aurangabad's role in the history of medieval India is its location. So strategic is its location at the cross roads of north and south India, that Mohammed-bin-Tughlak and Aurangzeb, two powerful kings attempted to translocate their capital from Delhi to Aurangabad. Their vision was clear, from Aurangabad, they would be better able to control both northern and southern regions of their empires. The fact they failed should not be attributed to the inherent flaws in their scheme as it should on the less evident fact that their empires were crumbling.

Without a doubt, the rock-cut monuments at Ajanta and Ellora are the prime attraction for people visiting Aurangabad. Both these architectural marvels figure on the World Heritage list. Ajanta lies 99 km northeast, about two hours away by road, while Ellora is much closer, just 30 km to the northwest. Both places have dining and boarding facilities for overnight stops

Package

Day 1:  Afternoon departure to Shirdi by Volvo coach (13:00hrs) overnight journey

Day 2:  Morning arrival Shirdi, pick up and transfer to hotel,noon night halt at Shirdi

Day 3:  Morning visit Shri Sai Baba temple, Panchavati, Triambakeshwar, Nasik night halt

Day 4:  Morning departure visit Ajantha, Ellora and
halt at Aurangbad

Day 5 : Morning Departure to Shirdi enroute visit Shanisinganapur and halt at shirdi

Day 6:  Early Morning Darshan of Sri Sai Baba Temple and afternoon departure to Bangalore (13:00hrs)

Day 7:  Morning arrival Bangalore

Package Cost Includes
* Transportation from Bangalore – Shirdi -Bangalore by Airavath
* Deluxe Accommodation (Twin Sharing)
* Sight seeing by Non A/c Car)

Package Excludes :
*All meals
*Entrance fees
*Personal Expenses



CHARDHAM YATRA


Package

Day 1:  Arrival Delhi, pick up from station / airport, transfer to hotel, night halt at Delhi.

Day 2:  Delhi - Haridwar (230 Kms / 6 hrs.) Drive to Haridwar. Check into the hotel. Evening visit Harki-Poudi to attend Ganga Arti. Rest of the time free for leisure. Night halt at Haridwar

Day 3:  Haridwar - Rana/Syana Chatti/Badkot (240 Kms/ 7 hrs.) Drive to Syana Chatti via Mussorie, Enroute bifuracate from main road to Lakhamandal (5 Kms/ one side), visit the ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. After darshan drive to onward destination. Check into hotel at Syana Chatti. Night halt at Syana Chatti

Day 4:  Rana / Syana Chatti - Yamunotri - Syana Chatti (5 Kms drive and 5 Kms Trek (one side). Drive to Hanuman Chatti, trek start to Yamunotri & back. Night halt at Syana Chatti.

Day 5:  Rana / Syana Chatti - Uttarkashi (140 kms / 5 hrs.) Drive to Uttarkashi via Barkot. Check into the hotel. Night halt at Uttarkashi.

Day 6:  Uttarkashi - Gangotri - Uttarkashi (140 Kms/4 hrs. Morning drive to Gangotri have darshan, noon back to Uttarkashi. Night halt at Uttarkashi.

Day 7:  Uttarkashi - Rampur (225 kms/7 hrs.) Early morning drive to Rampur. Check into the Hotel. Night halt at Rampur.

Day 8:  Rampur - Kedarnath - Rampur (14 Kms Trek). Drive to Gaurikund. Trek start from Gaurikund to Kedarnath. Evening back to Rampur, night halt at Rampur.

Day 9:  Rampur - Badrinath (210 Kms/7 hrs.) Drive to Badrinath via Joshimath. Check into the Hotel. Night halt at Badrinath.

Day 10:  Badrinath -Joshimath (50 Kms/2 1/2 hrs.) Morning visit Badrinathji temple, start for Joshimath. Same day arrival, evening visit Adi Shankaracharya temple. Night halt at Joshimath.

Day 11:  Joshimath - Haridwar (270 kms/8hrs.) Morning drive to Haridwar. Check into the hotel Night halt at haridwar.

Day 12:  Haridwar - Delhi (220 Kms/6hrs.) Morning drive to Delhi, same day arrival, evening transfer to Delhi station / airport.

Package Cost Includes
* Accommodation in Deluxe hotels on twin sharing basis
* All transfer, sight seeing, long run by reserved vehicle
* All toll taxes, driver batta, fuel charges etc.

Package Cost Excludes
* Laundry, Porter, Pony tips, Camera Charges
* Ropeway charges, entrance Charges
* Any expense incurred due to bad weather, road closure, Land slides etc.
* All meals
* All Entrance fees
* Anything not mentioned in the "Package Cost Includes