Do Dham Yatra (Yamnotri & Gangotri )

Do Dhams Yatra to Yamnotri & Gangotri has a lot of significance for Hindus. In this trip, you visit Yamnotri & Gangotri Dham, which is origin of holy rivers Yamuna and Ganga. Yamunotri at an altitude 3293 meters is the first dham to be visited in the Char Dham Yatra circuit. The temple is devoted to goddess Yamuna and this is the origin place of river Yamuna. Gangotri is located on the banks of the river Bhagirathi at an elevation of 3100 meters, Gangotri is the abode of goddess Ganga and destination to connect with beautiful nature. Gaumukh is the origin of river Bhagirathi which later is called as Ganges. The major destinations in the trip are Haridwar, Rishikesh, Barkot, Uttarkashi, Harsil and Bhairav ghati. The tour starts with a holy dip in Ganga water in Haridwar. It is a trek of 06 kms to Yamunotri from Jankichatti. The drive to Gangotri is very scenic all along river Bhagirathi.

The Yamunotri and The Gangotri Yatra or Do Dham Yatra to Gangotri and Yamunotri covers first of the Two Dhams of Chardham Yatra Circuit in Uttarakhand. These 2 spots are the beginning wellsprings of two blessed streams Ganga and Yamuna. Ganga starting from Gangotri and Yamuna from Yamunotri. Yatra of these two Dham can take you to on a mission of the heavenly vitality. This yatra begin from Rishikesh, Haridwar and Dehradun to Yamunotri and Gangotriand then finishes to Rishikesh. We are experienced travel operators in Uttarakhand working bundle visit since numerous years with a certified group. Get in touch with us for booking 2018. Appointments are open at this point.

Yamunotri Dham is considered as an opening of Uttarakhand Chardham Yatra and where pioneers look for the favors of Yamuna to have a moksha in light of the fact that according to the convictions in the event that one go to Devi Yamuna, the Lord Yama (God of death) become upbeat on the grounds that Yamuna is his sister.

Yamunotri Dham is considered as an opening of Uttarakhand Chardham Yatra and where pioneers look for the favors of Yamuna to have a moksha in light of the fact that according to the convictions in the event that one go to Devi Yamuna, the Lord Yama (God of death) become upbeat on the grounds that Yamuna is his sister.

Best Time to visit – May to October with the exception of storms.

Sanctuary’ Kapat (Doors) Opening/Closing Dates

Gangotri – 07 May 2019 to 29 Oct. 2019

Yamunotri – 07 May 2019 to 29 Oct. 2019