DESTINATION : NEW DELH - Badrinath - dwarka - rameshwaram - puri

Duration : 7 -10 Days

The Char Dham tour is a significant pilgrimage for the Hindus, as it is believed that touring through these four (char) places helps the soul attain Moksha or salvation after death. This tour takes you through Badrinath, Dwarka, Rameswaram and Puri– all four towns have their own charm and significance. Temples, holy rivers and peaceful spectacles are what makes this tour the best for a relaxing time earound the divine.


Highlights of the Tour

Perched at an altitude of 3,100 meters in the Garhwal Himalayas, Badrinath temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu is one of the holiest in Hinduism. The architecture dates back to the 9th century!

– Experience spiritual rejuvenation in the natural hot springs of Tapt Kund, believed to have medicinal properties. Pilgrims take a dip before visiting the temple, considering it purifies the soul and body.

– Take in the breathtaking views of the Neelkanth Peak, often referred to as the ‘Garhwal Queen.’ The peak, standing tall at 6,596 meters, is believed to be the sacred abode of Lord Shiva.

In Dwarka, visit the Dwarkadhish Temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna, and witness its five-storied structure adorned with intricate carvings. Legend has it that the original city of Dwarka lies submerged beneath the Arabian Sea.

– Visit one of the 12 Jyotirlingas at Nageshwar Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple boasts a massive Shiva statue.

– Explore the island at Bet Dwarka, a boat ride away from Dwarka. It is believed to be one of the places Lord Krishna resided during his childhood. 

– At Puri, visit the Jagannath Temple where the annual Rath Yatra takes place. During this grand event, deities are taken on chariots, attracting millions of devotees to the spectacular celebration. 

– Relax at the pristine Puri beach and venture to the Konark Sun Temple, only an hour’s drive away from Puri. The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is known for its architectural brilliance– it is designed in the shape of a colossal chariot with carved wheels and sculptures around.

– At Rameswaram, start at the majestic Ramanathaswamy temple, known for its colossal pillars and the longest corridor among all Hindu Temples. This temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas as well.

– Cross the iconic Pamban Bridge, that connects Rameswaram to the mainland and visit the ghost town of Dhanushkodi, a town destroyed in the 1964 cyclone.


The vibrant heart of India, where contemporary dynamism harmoniously dances with ancient traditions. Amidst the bustling streets, discover historic treasures like the regal Red Fort and the soaring Qutub Minar. Wander through the labyrinthine alleys of Old Delhi, savoring the tantalizing symphony of its street cuisine.

In the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, Badrinath is a spiritual haven situated at an altitude of 3100 meters. The place is an important pilgrimage for the Hindus and has the ancient and iconic Badrinath temple and the Tapt Kund, known for its purifying and medicinal properties.

Located on the Saurashtra peninsula in Gujarat, Dwarka is a spiritually significant place as per mythology and history. The main attraction here is the Dwarkadhish temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna, who once resided and ruled the kingdom there. Legend has it that Dwarka was once a flourishing kingdom, now submerged under the Arabian Sea. 

Rameshwaram is a sacred pilgrimage site situated on the Pamban island in Tamil Nadu. The famous Ramanathaswamy temple here is dedicated to Lord Shiva and attracts a huge number of devotees daily. The Pamban bridge, connecting the town to the mainland is an architectural marvel too.

Situated on the Eastern coast of India, in the state of Odisha, Puri is renowned for the Jagannath Temple, the epicenter of the world famous, annual Rath Yatra. Puri is also famous for its pristine beach and coastal beauty. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Konark Sun Temple, is just an hour long drive away from Puri.

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