Option 1 – If stayed in Kedarnath: Early morning check out from Kedarnath hotel and reach to helipad. Aboard the helicopter and fly back to Sersi/Guptakashi/Phata Helipad. Get transferred the vehicle and drive towards Badrinath Ji (190 kms / 8-9 hrs). En-route visit winter adobe of Kedarnath Ji, at Ukhimath and drive through the amazing hills of Himalayas. On arrival at Badrinath Ji, yatri’s can have a bath in the Tapt Kund and proceed to Darshan of Badrivishal & Aarti in evening. Brahamakapal is noteworthy for Pinddan Shraddh of ancestors (Pitrus). There is other stimulating attractions like Mana Village, said to be the last village of our country, Vyas Gufa, Maatamoorti, Charanpaduka, Bhimkund and the “Mukh” of the Saraswati River. All these places are surrounded within 3 Kms of Badrinath Ji. Later check-in to the hotel for Overnight stay.
Option 2 – If same day returned from Kedarnath: Morning after hearty breakfast check-out from the hotel and proceed to Badrinath (190 kms / 8-9 hrs). Visit winter adobe of Kedarnath Ji, at Ukhimath and drive through the amazing hills & majestic Ganges. On arrival at Badrinath Ji, pilgrims can have a bath in the Tapt Kund and proceed to Darshan of Badrivishal & Aarti in evening. Brahamakapal is noteworthy for Pinddan Shraddh of ancestors (Pitrus). There is other stimulating attractions like Mana Village, said to be the last village of our country, Vyas Gufa, Maatamoorti, Charanpaduka, Bhimkund and the “Mukh” of the Saraswati River. All these places are surrounded within 3 Kms of Badrinath Ji. Later check-in to the hotel for Overnight stay.
Badrinath: Near the Alakhnanda river, this highly auspicious temple belongs to Lord Vishnu. it is one of the Char Dham, and therefore, the place of utmost importance in Hinduism. This temple is at a height of 10,279 feet. The lofty snow-clad Himalaya that surrounds this Dham, makes it look amazingly beautiful. It was Adi Sankaracharya who established it. The Badrinath temple has a Tapt Kund, which is highly auspicious and has some unbelievable medicinal properties. The Alakhnanda river originates from here. It is placed between the mountain ranges of Nar and Narayana.
Tapt Kund: Situated on the bank of the river Alakhnanda, and near the Badrinarayan temple, the Tapt Kund is actually the Sulphur Kund. As per belief, it’s actually the Agni Dev himself who got this form because of getting the boon from Lord Vishnu.
Mana Village: Mana Village the perfect place for trekking, is the last village of India. This beautiful village is very nearer to the Badrinath, and therefore, a must-visit place during your visit to the Badrinath. This village has some highly famous caves such as the Vyas caves and many more. The Vyas cave belongs to the Mahabharata Period. Also, all other caves here, have some great religious and historical importance.
Vasundhara: The Vasundhara waterfall is 5 Km away from the Mana Village, and very nearer to the Badrinath Dham. As per belief, if you have ever committed any evil work, this waterfall will divert away from you.
Bhim Pul: This stone bridge on the river Saraswati does actually belongs to the Mahabharta Period. As per belief, it was Bheem (One of the Pandavas) who built this bridge so as to cross the river Saraswati. The Stone natural bridge and the Saraswati river gushing through it makes this place look stunning and beautiful.
Vyas Gufa: The famous Gufa whereas per belief, Maharshi Vyas spoke the Mahabharta, and lord Ganesha wrote that. It is near the Mana village.
Badrinath Weather: During the summer, the temperature ranges between 8 to 18 degree Celsius, and therefore sufficiently perfect to have the tour. But, during the winter season with heavy snow falls, and the temperature down to 0 to 5 degree Celsius, makes the tour possibility terrible. Therefore, the place remains closed for tourists during the season.