Badrinath Kedarnath From Aurangabad

Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu are two of the most revered Gods in Hinduism. Hence, both the destinations of Badrinath and Kedarnath have their own significance. Badrinath is dedicated to Lord Vishnu whereas Kedarnath is home to one of the highest of the twelve jyotirlingas.

We are here to help you make the best of your trip and plan it with accuracy. Hence, below is a quick guide, to help you select the best route between Aurangabad to Badrinath and Kedarnath based on price, timing and ease of travel. Moreover, you can also read all about the best places to visit and the best time to plan your Badrinath Kedarnath tour package from Aurangabad.

How To Reach

Travelling in any part of India is easy as the airports and railway network is vast in the country. The most economical way to travel from Aurangabad is by hopping on a train. However, no direct trains service in this sector. An option is to get to Hazrat Nizamuddin in Delhi first and then take another train to Haridwar Junction. From Haridwar, you can take a local cab or even a bus to Badrinath and Kedarnath. It will take approximately 30 hours and the train numbers are 02715, 02055 and 02715. The journey by road is another option but it is a tough suggestion. The commute hours are much longer. Hence, the best option is to fly to Delhi or Dehradun from Aurangabad and then travel via road or railways to the Chardham destinations. Cabs on hire and buses can be taken from outside the airport.

Best Time to Book Badrinath Kedarnath Tour Package from Aurangabad

Because of the heavy snowfall blanketing the cities in winters from November to March, Badrinath and Kedarnath is a seasonal pilgrimage. It is opened only in summers from April up to early winters in October. Being a revered pilgrim site, both the destinations are heavily flocked by travellers in summers from April to June. It is the best time to opt for the Badrinath Kedarnath yatra tour package from Aurangabad. That is because the temperatures start to rise and the climate becomes apt for sightseeing. The two monsoon months of July and August can be avoided as these places are prone to landslides and floods. Next, you can plan your trip in September and October when the temperatures drop by a bit but no so much that it becomes unbearably cold.

Things To Expect

Ancient temple visits

Hot water springs

Trekking and hiking

Cable car rides

Gushing waterfall views

The holy and grand Ganga Aarti ceremonies

Places To Visit







Harsil Valley




Mana Village

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