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Amarnath Yatra Package From Jammu

Welcome to Shree Amarnath Yatra Package From Jammu is starting from Rs 19,500 Per Person. This tour package including Hotels, Meals, Transport & helicopter Tickets. Amarnath Yatra is a holy pilgrimage for Hindus which takes place every year in the month of July-August. The main attraction of this yatra is the natural cave shrine of Amarnath, located in Jammu and Kashmir's Himalayan mountains.

There are two ways to reach the shrine - via Pahalgam or So. Devotees can choose Amarnath Yatra Tour Package from Jammu Via Pahalgam. Both these routes have their own set of places to visit en route.

Amarnath Yatra Package From Jammu Amarnath Yatra Package from Jammu Via Baltal 2024 

This route takes you through Sonmarg,  which is also known as 'Mecca for Trekkers' due to its multiple treks that start from here. You will also pass by Neelgrath, an important stopover on this route as it has many dhabas and eateries where you can take a break. The final destination on this route is Neelgrath, from where you will take a helicopter ride to the Amarnath Cave Shrine.

Amarnath Yatra Tour Package from Jammu By Helicopter 2024

If you opt for the helicopter route, you can take a flight from Srinagar to Sonprayag or Nunwan. From there, you will again need to get a permit and then take a short hike to the cave. The helicopter ride takes around 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Why choose Jammu as your starting point?

Jammu is the perfect starting point for your Amarnath Yatra Tour is the gateway to the state of Jammu and Kashmir and is well-connected to all parts of India by air, rail and road. It is also the base for many trekking and adventure activities in the state.Jammu has a moderate climate and is cooler than Srinagar, making it ideal for starting your Amarnath Yatra. Jammu is also home to many temples and shrines, making it a holy city for Hindus.

There are many reasons why you should choose Jammu as your starting point for your Amarnath Yatra.

1. Jammu is well-connected to all parts of India by air, rail and road. 2. Jammu has a moderate climate which is cooler than Srinagar. 3. Jammu is home to many temples and shrines, making it a holy city for Hindus. 4. You can start your Shree Amarnath Cave Yatra From Jammu by helicopter or by road via Baltal route.


Day 01: Jammu – Srinagar

Our services starts upon your arrival at Jammu, you will be greeted by our representative and transfer to Srinagar. Start journey to Srinagar. Enjoy hilly terrain of NH 1A India’s largest tunnel, on the way visit patnitop Famous Tourist Destination. Evening reach Srinagar. Overnight stay in Srinagar Hotel.

Day 02: Srinagar – Sonmarg (Night stay).

In the Morning after breakfast, full day excursion to Sonmarg which is the most beautiful drive from Srinagar. On the way we stop at many beautiful spots. Continue drive to Sonmarg 2690 Mtrs (Meadow of Gold). One can ride on horse to visit to Thajiwas Glacier where snow remains round the year and Sonmarg is known as Gateway of Ladakh. Overnight and dinner in Hotel.

Day 03: Sonamarg – Neelgrath – Holy Cave – Panjtarni (Night Stay)

Early in the morning we proceed further to visit Amarnth Yatra by Helicopter. This temple is situated on the top of the hill. To visit this temple one has to hire a Overnight stay at Pachtarni Tent (own Cost).

Day 04: Panjtarni – Neelgrath – Sonmarg – Srinagar (Night Stay)

After visiting the Darshan return back to Sonmarg .the same day drive to Srinagar . between Baltal to Srinagar is approx 4hrs. Transfer to Srinagar Afternoon leave Visit to famous Mughal Gardens Chashma Shahi, Nishat, Shalimar Mughal laid out in the 16th century & these fall along the bank of Dal-lake in the heart of Srinagar city & Shankaracharya Temple on a hillock,Pari Mahal,Boutical Garden, evening visit Market, stay at Hotel.

Day 05: Srinagar – Patnitop – Jammu (290 Kms. 6/7 Hrs.)

After breakfast start journey to Jammu. Enjoy hilly terrain of NH 1A India’s largest tunnel, on the way visit patnitop Famous Tourist Destination. Evening reach Jammu. Drop Jammu Railway Stn/Airport/Hotel/Home.



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  1. All Transfers & sightseeing by Non Ac Indigo/Tavera/Tempo Traveler.
  2. 02 Night Stay in Hotel Srinagar
  3. 01 Night SONMARG HOTEL.
  4. Accommodation on MAP (Breakfast+Dinner) basis
  5. Sightseeing of Mughal Gardens.
  6. Helicopter Tickets from Baltal- Pachtarni – Baltal
  7. Pick up & drop.
  8. All toll tax, parking, fuel and driver allowances
  9. All applicable hotel and transport taxes.


  1. GST @5%
  2. Lunch does not include in Package.
  3. Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
  4. All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals.
  5. Medical and travel insurance.
  6. Any kind of entry fees anywhere if not mentioned in including.
  7. Tips, travel insurance, medical insurance, laundry charges, liquors, mineral water, telephone
  8. All items of personal nature.
  9. Porter, pony, horse, cable car, boat, train tickets, air tickets charges.

Amarnath FAQs

The Amarnath Yatra has been taken by devotees for centuries and is considered to be one of the holiest pilgrimage sites for Hindus. It is believed that Lord Shiva chose this place to reveal the secret of immortality to his wife, Goddess Parvati. It is also believed that the mountain enshrines an ice lingam, which represents Lord Shiva in its purest form and changes size with the changing phases of the moon. This pilgrimage is meant to celebrate the joys of spiritual awakening, devotion and self-discovery.

The Amarnath Yatra is an annual pilgrimage to the Amarnath Cave in Jammu and Kashmir, India. The cave is considered to be one of the holiest shrines in Hinduism, and thousands of devotees make the journey every year. If you're planning on undertaking the yatra, it's important to know about the registration process.

Registration Process The registration process for the Amarnath Yatra is relatively simple. You can register online through the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) website or through designated bank branches. The registration process usually starts in April or May, and the yatra takes place from June to August. It's important to note that there are two routes for the yatra: the traditional Pahalgam route and the Baltal route. You will need to specify which route you plan on taking during registration. Additionally, there are different categories of registration, including individual registration and group registration.


Documents Required When registering for the Amarnath Yatra, you will need to provide certain documents. These include a valid photo ID proof, such as a passport or Aadhaar card, and a medical fitness certificate. The medical certificate must be issued by a registered medical practitioner and should state that you are physically fit to undertake the yatra. If you're planning on undertaking the yatra with a group, you will also need to provide a group registration form. This form must be signed by the group leader and should include details such as the names and addresses of all members of the group.


Important Information There are a few important things to keep in mind when registering for the Amarnath Yatra. Firstly, there is a quota system in place, which means that only a certain number of people are allowed to undertake the yatra each day. This is to ensure the safety and security of all pilgrims. Additionally, there are certain age restrictions in place. Only those between the ages of 13 and 75 are allowed to undertake the yatra. Pregnant women, people with heart conditions, and those with other medical conditions are also advised not to undertake the yatra. In conclusion, the Amarnath Yatra is a significant pilgrimage for Hindus around the world. If you're planning on undertaking the yatra, it's important to register in advance and provide all necessary documents. Remember to keep in mind the age restrictions and quota system in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey.

There are two routes to reach Amarnath cave i.e. Jammu-Pahalgam and the other one is Jammu-Baltal. Jammu-Baltal is the shorter route to reach the cave and it takes 14 km trekking distance to be covered only and if you go via Jammu-Pahalgam route then you need to cover 30 km trekking distance to reach Amarnath cave. Despite being a longer route, Jammu-Pahalgam is the most convenient route to reach the cave as it facilitates all the essentials of a trip like food stalls, camps, etc.

Due to the limited carrying capacity of the mountainous tracks of Amarnath, the government has limited the number of tourists to 15,000 per day by looking after their safety and security. Each of the routes is limited to 7500 pilgrims per day and this is why registration is mandatory for Amarnath Yatra.

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