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  • For 10+ years
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“Fire (the sky) is his head, his eyes the sun and the moon, the quarters his ears, his speech the Vedas disclosed, the wind his breath, his heart the uni- verse; from his feet came the earth; he is indeed the inner Self of all things “- Upanishads. The being described here is Lord Shiva, also known as Kedar who forms the essence of this Itinerary apart from the visually appealing trails of course. Located in the most spectacular location of the Char Dham temples, Kedar-nath, devoted to Lord Shiva is one of the holiest pilgrimages for the devout Hindu.

It is set amidst the astonishing mountainscape of the Garhwal Himalayas at the head of the Mandakini River. The holy place is very scenically placed, and is surrounded by haughty, snow-covered mountains, and during summer verdant meadows cover the valleys. Right behind the temple, is the lofty Kedar Dome peak, which is even visible from far off distances.

Up until 2013 there was an old route which passed through Rambada. Due to the unfortunate massive flash floods, this route got destroyed and is now not accessible for the trek. Alternatively, a new route is now shaped to reach Kedarnath temple.

Kedarnath is a town and Nagar Panchayat in Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand, India, known primarily for the Kedarnath Temple. It is approximately 86 kilometres from Rudraprayag, the district headquarter. Kedarnath is the most remote of the four Chota Char Dham pilgrimage sites. It is located in the Himalayas, about 3,583 m 
(11,755 ft) above sea level near the Chorabari Glacier, which is the source of the Mandakini river. The town is flanked by snow-capped peaks, most prominently the Kedarnath Mountain.

The nearest road head is at Gaurikund about 16 km away. The town suffered extensive destruction during June 2013 from the Flash Floods caused by orrential rains in Uttarakhand state.

Kedarnath has been a pilgrimage centre since ancient times.The temple's construction is credited to the Pandava brothers mentioned in the Mahabharata. However, the Mahabharata does not mention any place called Kedarnath. One of the earliest references to Kedarnath occurs in the Skanda Purana (c. 7th-8th century), which names Kedara (Kedarnath) as the place where Lord Shiva released the holy waters of Ganga from his matted hair, resulting in the formation of the Ganges River.

According to the hagiographies based on Madhava's Sankshepa Shankara-Vijaya, the 8th century philosopher Adi Shankaracharya died near the Kedarnath mountains; although other hagiographies, based on Anandagiri's Prachina-Shankara-Vijaya, state that he died at Kanchipuram. The ruins of a monument marking the purported resting place of Adi Shankaracharya are located at Kedarnath. Kedarnath was definitely a prominent pilgrimage centre by the 12th century when it is mentioned in Kritya-Kalpataru written by the Gahadavala minister Bhatta Lakshmidhara.


04 Nights / 5 Days (Ex – Delhi)

Guptkashi 2N, Kedarnath 1N.

Customized bookey tour for Dev Darshana of Uttarakhand.

Well planned Tour itinerary.

Best Stay Arrangements through out the Yatra.

Stay in Destinations that have all the basic facilities like Hospitals, Market nearby.

Also covers All the Major Sightseeing which are enroute Yatra. 

Being a Localities we have good terms in all the regions which is very helpful for Great support in case of emergencies.

Proudly operating Char Dham Yatra from Past 5 Years. 

Who should attend?

According to Hinduism the Pilgrimage tirthayatra , is one of the five duties of every Hindu, along with Dharma, Worship, Sanskaras and Observing religious festivals. A pilgrimage is an exercise in willpower, humility and faith, when the devotee travels to often difficult locations, leaving his problems at the feet of the Deity and forgetting everything but God.

A pilgrimage is an intimate experience, a direct connection between the seeker and the sacred. A devotee goes on pilgrimage to see holy men and women, to worship at holy shrines, to have darshan of Deities abiding in ancient sanctums. A pilgrim journeys to see God have a life-changing, bliss-engendering, karma-eradicating contact with the Divine.


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Stay Not Applicable

Meals Not Included

Reporting venue is at Mayur Vihar Extension Metro Station, Gate number 2, Assemble at the boarding point at the alloted time and start your journey towards Guptkashi/Sonprayag.

Roadtrip Devprayag

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In the morning we will reach Rishikesh. Here we will take some rest and will have some tea. Enroute, you will witness the enchanting view of  River Ganga, the confluence of river Bhagirathi and river Alaknanda at Devprayag. After the visit take a hault in Augustmuni for breakfast and check your inventory for the trip. Resume your drive and witness the mesmerizing view of Rudraprayag and Ukhimath, after reaching Guptkashi. Check-in at the hotel for an overnight stay & dinner will be served.

Breakfast With View
Kedarnath Darshan Trek



Breakfast, Dinner

Wake up early in the morning at around 2am and head out to Gaurikund to avoid traffic. Gaurikund is a base point for Kedarnath and also is an important site in Hinduism. Your trekking route will start from here itself. Have your breakfast here and start your trek to Kedarnath temple from Gaurikund, it is a 16 kms long trek so if you wish you can rent pony or palanquin for the trek. On your way, you can take a stop at Rambara for some light refreshment or Lunch. Reach the top and after completing the darshan of Kedarnath Temple (if possible on the same day), have dinner and overnight stay near the Temple.

Trek to Kedarnath
Shiv Temple
Kedarnath Shrine Trek Down to Gaurikund

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Breakfast, Dinner

In the morning, go for darshan at Kedarnath Shrine. It is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva, is a scenic spot situated against the backdrop of majestic Kedarnath range . Take a moment to breathe in the spiritual aura of this place and witness the scenic beauty of Garhwal Himalayan range surrounding the temple which will give you a feeling that it is indeed Shiva’s abode. Night Stay will be at Guptkashi .

Garhwal Himalayas
Kedarnath Shrine

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After  breakfast , we then start our return journey to Delhi. Arriving in Delhi the following day in the evening.


  • Transport support from Delhi to Delhi
  • Meals (3 Breakfast and 3 Dinners)
  • Accommodation throughout the trek on a triple/quad sharing basis
  • Guide and support staff
  • Comfortable Hotel / Lodge Stay
  • Forest / waterfalls entry charges for Indian nationals


  • Personal expenses like tips, personal medicines, phone calls etc
  • Any transport support during the trek apart from what is included above
  • Any cost or services not mentioned in the Inclusion
  • Accommodation in any other destination (not mentioned above
  • Cost arising due to unforeseen incidents like bad weather, medical evacuation, road blocks etc
  • Porter/mule charges to carry personal luggage can be arranged at an additional cost of INR 300 per day (1 soft bag per person 12 kg) subject to change/availability.
  • Helicopter Ticket Cost and VIP Ticket for Kedarnath Darshan is not included. Parking and monument entry fees during sightseeing, if any. Costs incurred due to Flight Cancellations, Landslides, Road- blocks, heavy traffic and other natural calamities. Any other services not specified above in inclusions. Travel Insurance Applicable Taxes.
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Things to Carry

1.Trekking Shoes -  Shoes that are sturdy, have good grip, have ankle support, and can handle snow.

2. Rucksack & Day Bag pack - Make sure your backpack has good hip support, shoulder support, and quick access pockets.

A day bag pack will help you carry your tiffin box , water bottle and mobile while trekking. 

Trolley Bags are Not Allowed

3. Clothes -
•    Wearing layers is the mantra in the mountains. Layers give you maximum protection from all elements. You will need at least 5 warm layers (Insulin layers). You will need at least 1 pair of inner thermals, 2 light fleece layers, 1  light sweater, and 1  padded jacket. Ensure your padded jacket has a hood as well.
•    A minimum of one pair and a maximum of two pairs of trek pants should suffice for this trek. Wear one pair and carry one just in case it rains/snows. Trek pants with zippered cut offs at the thighs are very suitable for treks. Also, choose quick-dry pants over cotton.

•    Wearing layers is the mantra in the mountains in winters. Layers give you maximum protection from all elements. You will need at least 5 warm layers (Insulin layers). You will need at least 1 pair of inner thermals, 2 light fleece layers, 1 light sweater, and 1 padded jacket. Ensure your padded jacket has a hood as well. A minimum of one pair and a maximum of two pairs of trek pants should suffice for this trek. Wear one pair and carry one just in case it rains/snows. Trek pants with zippered cut offs at the thighs are very suitable for treks. Also, choose quick-dry pants over cotton.

4.Mandatory Accessories:

1.Sunglasses- Sunglasses are to prevent snow blindness. A small overexposure to direct sunlight on snow can lead to snow blindness (about a half hour’s exposure). That’s because fallen snow is like thousands of mirrors that reflect direct UV rays. So you need sunglasses with UV protection.
Buying Tip: Try getting sunglasses that wrap around instead of those that have openings on the side. Even peripheral UV ray exposure is not a good idea.  

2. Sun Cap

3. Synthetic Hand Gloves Get synthetic hand gloves that have waterproofing on the outside and a padded lining on the inside. If you find the combination difficult to get (not likely), wear a tight-fitting fleece hand glove inside a synthetic hand glove. Hand gloves are mandatory on this trek.  

4. Woollen Cap - a woolen head cap that covers your head and ears is absolutely essential.

5.Socks - Apart from three to four pairs of sports socks, take a pair of woolen socks. Sports socks give you cushioning plus warmth. Again the mantra is to wear synthetic socks or at least a synthetic blend. Cotton socks soak in water and sweat. They are very hard to dry. As for woolen socks, they help you to keep warm and snug in the night. If you cannot get woolen socks, wearing two sports socks serves the purpose as well.

6.Power Bank ( Strongly recommended as the campsite runs on Solar energy hence is weather dependent) 

7. Water bottle
Make sure you bring 2 water bottle   & a thermal water bottle for hot water. 

8. Medication (As per medical conditions if any and is subscribed by a doctor).

9. We are located in the middle of a wildlife Sanctuary so there are bound to be insects please try carrying an insect repellent if possible. 

10.Extra cover for your electronic gear items/Valuables.

11. Quick Dry Towel/Towel

12. Torch/headlamp

13. A tiffin box with a spoon for packed lunch is Mandatory we try reduced usage of plastic/paper as much   as possible .

14. Poncho/Raincover

15. Do not leave plastic wrappers(chips,chocolates etc) behind while on Trek and yes! don't forget your "Mask" ofcourse! 


  • By Air: Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in Delhi is a feasible option for traveling to Himachal as it serves both domestic and international flights.
  • By Rail: Another alternative is the New Delhi Railway Station, which is one through which most trains arrive and depart from Delhi and is located in Paharganj, near Connaught Place.
  • By Road: One of the best options will be through buses, as they are well connected to cities like Jaipur, Agra, Alwar, Dehradun, and even Kathmandu, among others.


Note: The above rates will vary and won't be the same on special days such as Diwali, Dussehra. To get the best rates for these days, you can connect with us directly.

Terms and Conditions

1.Full Payment of the trip cost must be made before the trip begins. Pending Payments may eventually lead to the cancellation of the trip.

2.The IDs will be verified before boarding. No boarding shall be entertained without a valid Govt. ID.

3.The transfer of the bookings is not permitted. Only the names mentioned at the time of confirmation shall be allowed to travel.

4.No refunds shall be made towards any inclusion(s) not availedby the Client.

5.Travelers must take care of their luggage & belongings. The management shall not be accountable for missing items along the tour.

6.The time of departure is stated & fixed. All travelers mustupdate their status with the Trip Coordinator(s), & report at the pickup point 30 mins prior to the scheduled departure.

7.The air conditioning will be switched off in the hills. Also, during the trip, it shall be the driver’s discretion to put off the AC as & when required, considering the travelers’ safety & ease of travel along uneven & dangerous routes.

8.Drinking & smoking are strictly prohibited during journey due to the health & safety of fellow passengers.

9.No act of misconduct or indiscipline shall be tolerated on the tours. We are a cordial travel community and we aspire to bring to you a hassle-free and memorable experience.

10.TravelMite shall not be responsible for any delays or alterations in the program or indirectly incurred expenses in cases such as natural hazards, accidents, breakdown of machinery, weather conditions, landslides, political closure, or any untoward incidents.

12.We do not provide any insurance policy to cover the expenditure on sickness or accidents or losses incurred due to theft or other reasons.

13.Numerous factors such as weather and road conditions the physical ability of participants etc. may bring alteration in the itinerary.

14.We reserve the right to make necessary changes in the schedule in the interest of safety, comfort, and general well-being!

Cancelation policy

  •  We understand that plans change sometimes. If you need to cancel/reduce/amend a guaranteed reservation, please do so latest by 12 noon, 30 days prior to arrival, to avoid cancellation charges. 100% non-refundable should there be any cancellation within 30 days of arrival.
  • For all bookings, if the guest doesn’t show up/leave the trek/trip mid-way the complete booking will be non-refundable.
  • There would be no refund provided in case any issue arising due to government orders, harsh weather conditions, protests, landslides, or any other unforeseen circumstances. Any changes which require additional charges would need to be borne by the guests.
  • If a trip is cancelled at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rain, snowfall, earthquake, landslides, strike, bandh, medical, heavy traffic etc.) then the guest would be provided with a travel voucher for the same amount that can be used within 365 days of the issuance date for any package worth the same amount. (Subject to availability). There will be no refund.
  • If a stay has to be aborted midway due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rain, snowfall, earthquake, landslides, strike, bandh, heavy, medical, traffic etc.). In that case, no refund would be provided.
  • Travelmite will not bear any extra expense due to any natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rain, snowfall, earthquake, landslides, strike, bandh, arranging transportation etc.).


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