28,799 /- (Onwards per person)

  • Tour Code : NPB
  • 7 D / 6 N
  • Departure : (06:00 Hrs.)
  • Return : (16:00 Hrs.)
  • Holiday Category :
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  • Places Covered :
    Haridwar, Rishikesh, Yogadhyan Badri, Bhavishya Badri, Vridh Badri, Adi Badri, Badrinath
  • Note :
    • All distance and timings indicated are approximate. br Air condition system will be operated from Delhi-Rishikesh-Delhi only, as A.C machine can not take the load in hilly area.
    • Single adult in a room has to pay extra Rs.9,230/- in Standard, Rs. 11,505/- in Deluxe & Rs.25,025/- Luxury packages from April 2021 onward.


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Day 1
Delhi To Haridwar

Departure to Haridwar (205 Kms. / 7 hrs.).Arrive at Haridwar. Have a dip in the Holy River Ganges at " Har-ki-Pauri" and visit Manasa Devi Temple by Rope Way.Evening visit Ganga Aarti.

Night Stay

  • Haridwar
Day 2
Haridwar - Rishikesh - Devprayag - Rudraprayag - Pipalkoti

After breakfast, proceed to Rishikesh (24 Kms.).Visit Shivananda Ashram, Ram Jhoola, Swarg Ashram, Geeta Ashram, Lakshman Jhoola.After Lunch drive to Pipalkoti (240 Kms. / 10 hrs.).On the way visit Devprayag and Rudraprayag.Check into the Hotel.

Night Stay

  • Pipalkoti
Day 3
Pipalkoti -Badrinath

Morning proceed to Badrinath (79 Kms. / 4 hrs.).Have darshan of Shri Badrinath Ji, Visit Mana Village-the last village before the Indo-Tibetan border.

Night Stay

  • Badrinath
Day 4
Badrinath - Brahmakapalam - Yogadhyan Badri - Vishnuprayag - Joshimath

Morning time is give for performing the rituals (Pind Dan at Brahma Kapal) near the temple.Proceed to Joshimath enroute covering Yogadhya Badri and Vishnuprayag.Upon arrival at Joshimath check into Hotel.

Night Stay

  • Joshimath
Day 5
Joshimath - Bhavishya Badri - Vridh Badri - Pipalkoti

Morning drive to Bhavishya Badri.Later proceed to Vridh Badri and proceed to Pipalkoti for a night halt.

Night Stay

  • Pipalkoti
Day 6
Pipalkoti - Karnaprayag - Adibadri - Haridwar

Early morning proceed to Haridwar.Enroute cover Nandprayag (drive through), karnaprayag and Adi Badri.Late evening reach Haridwar.Check into Hotel.

Night Stay

  • Haridwar
Day 7
Haridwar - Delhi

Morning after Breakfast drive back to Delhi (205 Kms./ 7 hrs.).Arrive Delhi in the evening and board the flight / train for onward Journey.

  • Tour Concludes



  • Transport by Non A.C vehicle as per the above itinerary. Room accommodation on twin sharing basis. Incase of 3 pax, Triple bedded room will be provided. All road taxes, toll taxes & parking Fee. Driver Reward.
  • Exclusions

  • Horse Ride, Doli, Jeep Charges etc. Portages , laundry, Tips exp. Ropeway Charges at Manasadevi Temple. 5% GST. Any other item not specified in Price Includes Column.
  • Date & Price Info

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    Note: GST @5.00% applicable.

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    December 2022


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    Payment Terms

    • You can pay by Cash/ Cheque / Demand Draft / Debit Card / Credit Card/ Internet Banking /NEFT/ Demand draft & Bank Transfer favoring Southern Travels Pvt Ltd

    Tour Requirements

    • For Adults - Photo identification in the form of Voters ID / Passport / Aadhar Card / Driving Licence / Ration card
    • For students - Photo identification in the form of Passport / Aadhar Card / PAN card Carry original as well as 2 photocopies of school or college Photo Identity card
    • For Infants - Carry 2 passport sized photographs

    Things to Carry

    • Mobile phone with appropriate sim card
    • Along with your necessary clothing and toiletries carry sun screen lotion, hand sanitizer, sun glasses, cap, sports shoes, umbrella / windcheater, camera etc. and woollens if needed
    • If you are on any medication, carry sufficient stock of the medicines with prescription


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    • Salgram Silas, Copper and Brass puja utensils, Stone idols, photographs of Gods Godesses, pictures of temples, o Rudraksh Mala made from Rudrakshetc.

    Places Covered



    Haridwar is an important pilgrimage city, companioned by river Ganges. The river Ganges after flowing for 253 kilometres from its source at Gaumukh, enters the Indo-Gangetic Plains of North India for the first time at Haridwar, which gave the city its ancient name, Gangadwára. Haridwar is viewed as one of the seven holiest places to Hindus. Amidst the Kumbha Mela, millions of pilgrims, devotees, and tourists congregate in Haridwar to perform ritualistic bathing on the banks of the river Ganges to wash away their sins. Brahma Kund is located at Har ki Pauri and is considered to be the most sacred ghat of Haridwar.



    Rishikesh is located in the foothills of the Himalayas and is known as 'The Gateway to the Himalayas'. Rishikesh is located about 25 km north of holy city, Haridwar. Legends state that Lord Rama did penance here for killing Ravana, and Lakshmana, his younger brother, crossed the river Ganges, at a point, where the present 'Lakshman Jhula' bridge stands today. The sacred river Ganges flows through Rishikesh and leaves the Shivalik Mountains in the Himalayas, flowing out into the plains of northern India. Several temples, ancient with new are found along the banks of the Ganges in Rishikesh.

    Yogadhyan Badri

    Yogadhyan Badri

    One of the Panch Badri shrines, Yogdhyan Badri is 1,920 meters above sea level and is situated in Pandukeshwar in Joshimath-Badrinath route nearby Govind Ghat. Yogdhyan Badri derives its name from the meditative position of the enshrined Badri idol. The Copper plate inscriptions found at Yogdhyan Badri have been helpful in digging out the history of the temple and Katyuri dynasty rule in the region. Surrounded by picturesque Himalayan peaks, pleasing weather and enchanting lake Surya Kund, Yogdhyan Badri is visited by thousands of Hindu pilgrims and adventure lovers every year.

    Bhavishya Badri

    Bhavishya Badri

    Bhavishya Badri, also spelt as Bhabisya Badri, 2,744 metres (9,003 ft), above sea level) is located in a village called Subhain at a distance of 17 kilometres (11 mi) from Joshimath, beyond Tapovan and approach is through dense forest, only by trekking. It is situated on an ancient pilgrim route to Mount Kailash and Manasarovar, along the Dhauli Ganges River. It is situated on the way from Tapovan to Lata in the Niti valley. Bhavishya Badri is connected by a motorable road to Saldhar,19 kilometres (12 mi), from Joshimath, beyond which a 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) trek is undertaken to reach the shrine. According to the legend of Bhavishya Badri (literally "Badri of the future"), when evil transcends the world, the mountains of Nara and Narayana would block up the route to Badrinath and the sacred shrine would become inaccessible. The present world will be destroyed and a new one established. Then, Badrinath will appear at the Bhavishya Badri temple and be worshipped here, instead of the Badrinath shrine.The shrine of Narasingh Badri at Joshimath is closely associated with the legend of Bhavishya Badri (see section below). Currently, the Bhavishya Badri has an image of Narasimha, the lion-faced incarnation and one of the ten avatars of Vishnu.

    Vridh Badri

    Vridh Badri

    Vridha Badri- also spelled as Vriddha Badri or Bridha Badri - an austere shrine, is located in the Animath village ( 1,380 m (4,530 ft), above sea level) 7 km (4.3 mi), from Joshimath on the Rishikesh–Joshimath-Badrinath road. The Vridha Badri legend says that Vishnu appeared in the form of a Vridha or old man before sage Narada who performed penance here. Thus, the idol installed at this temple is in the form of an old man. According to legend, the image of Badrinath was carved by the divine craftsman Vishwakarma and worshipped here. At the advent of Kali yuga, Vishnu chose to remove himself from this place, later Adi Shankara found the partly damaged image in Narad-kund pond and established it at the central Badrinath shrine. According to legend, Badrinath was worshipped here by Adi Shankara, before his enshrinement at the Badrinath temple. The temple is open throughout the year. Brahmins from South India serve as chief priests in the temple.

    Adi Badri

    Adi Badri

    The Adi Badri is the first temple complex among the Sapta Badri temples is an ancient shrine dedicated to Vishnu and is one among a chain of 16 small shrines located in the hill ranges 17 kilometres (11 mi), beyond Karnaprayag (confluence of Pindar River and Alaknanda River in Chamoli district. Seven temples of this chain were built during the late Gupta period (5th century to 8th century). According to tradition, Adi Shankara is attributed as builder of all the temples. Adi Shankara is believed to have sanctioned these temples in order to spread Hinduism to every remote part of the country. In ancient times, when approach to the main shrine of Badrinath was closed due to weather conditions, pilgrims worshipped Vishnu at this temple.[citation needed] Adi Badri, also known as Helisera according to revenue records, is a tiny temple complex enclosed within a space of 14 metres (46 ft) X 30 metres (98 ft). The height of the temples vary from 2–6 metres (6.6–19.7 ft). The chief temple is dedicated to god Vishnu, which is built over a raised platform, with a small enclosure in a pyramidal form.



    Badrinath is a Hindu holy town that is the most important of the four sites in India's Char Dham pilgrimage. Badrinath was re-established as a major pilgrimage site by Adi Shankara in the ninth century and in recent years; its popularity has increased significantly, with an estimated 600,000 pilgrims visiting during the 2006 season, against 90,676 in 1961. Badrinath has been mentioned as a holy place in Hindu scriptures for thousands of years. According to the Bhagavata Purana (3.4.22),"There in Badrikashram the supreme being (Vishnu), in his incarnation as the sages Nara and Narayana, had been undergoing great penance since time immemorial for the welfare of all living entities."

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