Badrinath Kedarnath Yatra From Agra

The renowned Badrinath Kedarnath tour package from Agra takes you to the most revered pilgrimage sites of India. The Badrinath temple is dedicated to the saviour, Lord Vishnu who is also known as Lord Badri. That is how the divine town gets its name. Many Hindu devotees are besotted by the charm of this holy shrine as it showcases its traditional Garhwali architecture made of wooden. Another beautiful town is Kedarnath whose temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is among the two hundred and seventy-five temples of Paadal Petra Sthalams and is known to be most significant among the Panch Kedars .

To know more details, read our descriptive guide below that will help you plan your itinerary with ease.

How To Reach

Getting to Badrinath or Kedarnath from Agra is not a hassle at all. The closest domestic airport to these destinations is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun and the nearest international airport is the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. You can easily avail a flight from Agra airport to both these destinations. Alternatively, an economical option is to take a train. The nearest railway station to Badrinath is either Haridwar or Rishikesh. The Utkal Express 18477 runs daily from Agra to Haridwar. There are multiple private and state-run buses to Haridwar and Rishikesh as well. It only takes 8 hours via road and you can also choose to drive down taking the Yamuna Expressway or the National Highway 334.

Best Time to Book Badrinath Kedarnath Tour Package from Agra

The best season to opt for Badrinath Kedarnath yatra tour package from Agra is in summers from April to June when the roads clear up after six months of heavy snowfall and the temples open their doors to the pilgrims. Having said that summers are most enjoyable here, do not mistake it for being warm. The average temperature is still 20-25 degrees due to its high-altitude. The next two months mark monsoon season and it is not recommended to travel when it is raining as landslides can cause roadblocks. Winters last from November to March and these months are the coldest. You must avoid travelling during this time as the temples also are closed and no visitors are allowed. However, if you do enjoy the chill, plan a trip in September and October when the weather is still tourism-friendly.

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

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