Things To Do In Char Dham

Things To Do In Char Dham

In its most fundamental definition, Char Dham denotes the presence of four sacred places. Starting in Uttarakhand, it is one of the most religiously significant pilgrimages for Hindus. The journey is made easier by the presence of beautiful temples and religious sites set against the backdrop of the Garhwal Himalayas, forests, and sacred rivers. Because of the richness of natural beauty in every corner of Uttarakhand, a trip through this region is more uplifting and memorable. Here’s our guide to making the most of your trip, including the top things to do in Char Dham.

Things to do while travel to Char Dham Yatra

Mumbai Travel Agency offers some activities or things to do in Char Dham, which are describe below:-

Char Dham Temple Darshan

The temples of Yamunotri, Badrinath, Gangotri, and Kedarnath are arguably the most important things to see on the Char Dham Yatra Packages. Thousands of local and international visitors go from all over the world each year to perform this sacred pilgrimage, offering prayers and reverence as they pass through each holy site. Aside from the Char Dhams, there are a slew of smaller but as wonderful temples to be found along the road. The Mansa and Chandi Devi temples in Haridwar, the Shakti and Vishwanath temples in Uttarkashi, and the Omkareshwar Temple at Omkareshwar (Ukhimath).

Visit Hot Water Springs

The old hot water springs that guests will come across on their Charm Dham Yatra are a lot of fun and should be visit at least once. Surya Kund, located in the Yamunotri Temple, is one of the most famous hot water springs in the world. Surya (Sun God), the father of Goddess Yamuna, is honour with this name. Both the Tapt and the Narad Kund are located in Badrinath. Most people stop by these ancient, natural hot water springs, which are reputed to have healing characteristics, before proceeding to the main shrines.


Thousands of people go from all over the world to visit the Char Dhams, owing to their great faith. The routes taken are both physically challenging and breathtakingly scenic, all in the name of offering a modest prayer of thanksgiving. Apart from Badrinath and Gangotri, Yamunotri and Kedarnath are only accessible by foot, making for a life-changing experience that is strongly recommend if travelers have the stamina.


Trekkers and nature lovers would enjoy the Char Dham Yatra. Throughout the tour, guests will get the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring waterfalls in the Char Dhams. Vasundhara Falls, which falls from a height of 122 metres, is located on the banks of the Alkananda River near Badrinath. On the route to Yamunotri, Kempty Falls provides a stunning backdrop. It is widely regarded as Mussoorie’s best picnic place. Suryakund Falls, about half a kilometre ahead of the famous Gangotri temple, provide a wonderfully gorgeous setting.

Ganga Aarti

After nightfall, the holy ‘Ganga Aarti’ ceremony is perform on the banks of ‘Har ki Pauri’ in Haridwar. Vedic melodies and prayers help to create a magical and relaxing atmosphere. The Ganga River is then floods with tens of thousands of lit Diyas, providing an unforgettable aesthetic and spiritual experience that is a must-do activity.

Gomukh Glacier activities

The glacier, which resembles the face of a cow and serves as the origin of the Ganges, is well-known as Gomukh. The trip to Gangotri is believes to be incomplete without a dip in this glacier. The vistas of this glacier is a paradise of holidays which are breathtaking, and on the Char Dham Yatra, multitudes of curious visitors tend to return to this site.


It is famous as Garhwal’s little Switzerland and serves as the starting point for the trip to Tungnath. Visiting Chopta provides breath-taking views of the Himalayan range, which includes Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi, and Trishul.


Harsil, Uttarakhand’s unspoiled jewel, offers a variety of sightseeing opportunities, with the gushing Bhagirathi River, a healthy and peaceful atmosphere, and the chirping of birds being the main attractions. The path continues to the Gangotri Shrine, where tourists can see the Submerged Shivling, Gomukh Glacier, and Bhagirath Shila, among other sights.

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