Chardham Yatra From Aurangabad

The four most revered destinations of the Hindu pilgrimage circuit await you. Frequented by several devotees, the destinations of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri together make for the Chardham yatra. The topography of the areas is characterised by rugged terrains, snow-capped mountains and gurgling rivers. Hence, these destinations are also extremely popular among nature and adventure lovers. Along with unmatched spiritual energy, it also provides several opportunities for trekking amidst scenic surroundings. Moreover, it is also for all those who wish to enjoy a brief and quiet time with themselves.

If you wish to know more about how to reach Chardham from Aurangabad, the best time to visit and places to see, you have landed on the right page. This short yet detailed guide for Chardham tour package from Aurangabad will help you plan for you a spiritual getaway you will always cherish.

How To Reach

We are here to help you select the best route between Aurangabad and Chardham destinations based on price, timing and ease of travel. The most economical way is to travel via train and reach Haridwar or Rishikesh directly. However, no direct trains service in this sector. You will have to get to Hazrat Nizamuddin in Delhi first and then take another train to Haridwar Junction. It will take approximately 30 hours and the train numbers are 02715, 02055 and 02715. The journey by road is also a tough one since the commute hours are 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 Chardham Tour Package from Aurangabad

During the summer months, that is from April to June, the temperature ranges between 20 to 35°C. That is why it is the best time to opt for the Chardham package from Aurangabad. It is during this time that the devotees flock in great numbers as the temples open up after being closed down for nearly six months in winters. Being surrounded by the Himalayas, the weather gets unbearably cold from November to March. The summer season is also ideal for trekking. You can avoid to plan a trip in July and August too owing to the massive downpour in monsoons. If you wish to get the thrill of skiing, little snow and a glimpse of the winter wonderland, you can also plan a trip during the onset of winters in September and October.

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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