India, a land of faith and mysticism lays its religious beliefs in the bed of the Himalayas. Capped with snow white peaks, a rough terrain and azure blue skies, people refer to them as the “Abode of Gods”. And this is true, especially for Hindus, who set their foot on these rocks embracing the holy trails of Chardham Yatra. With the proficient guidance of a 9-day tour from Global India Passages, pilgrims get to visit the four holy dhams of Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri along with comfortable transport and accommodation facilities. Beginning the journey:- The holy pilgrimage sets off with a drive from Haridwar to Barkot traversing the hill station of Mussoorie. Pilgrims get the privilege of witnessing the Kempty Falls & Mussoorie Lake on the way. After a night’s halt at Barkot, tourists take a trip to Yamunotri through a 6 km trek from Jankichatti/Phoolchatti). After the Yamunotri darshan, tourists will return to Barkot to prepare for Uttarkashi. The journey from Uttarkashi - Guptkashi:- A 100 km drive to Uttarkashi from Barkot marks the beginning of this phase. After offering their holy prayers to the Kashi Viswanath temple, pilgrims return to Uttarkashi for their night halt. The fourth day of this Chardham Yatra Package begins with a drive to the epitome of Gangotri followed by a return to Uttarkashi.The following day pilgrims set off for their holy pilgrimage to Guptkashi while paying homage to the Mandakini River on their way. After a night’s halt at this sacred juncture, tourists start their journey to Kedarnath. Kedarnath, Badrinath and the final phase:- On the next two days, pilgrims pay visits to Kedarnath and Badrinath respectively. Both trips begin from Guptkashi to Kedarnath & Guptkashi to Badrinath. Tourists return to Guptkashi for their night halt. From Badrinath, pilgrims travel to Rudraprayag while covering the Narsingh temple of Joshimath on their way. The return trip to Haridwar after a night’s stay at Rudraprayag marks concludes this 9-days Chardham Yatra trip with Global India Passages.