Revered as the ‘abode of gods’ due to the presence of ancient temples, Uttarakhand offers the right blend of spiritualism and simplicity as the state echoes the chants of thousand prayers.
Uttarkashi means Kashi of the north and is a city located on the banks of the famous river Bhagirathi. One of the major attractions is the Magh Mela on Makar Sankranti every year.
Rishikesh is one of the most holiest cities in India and is home to many tourist attractions. Triveni Ghat is the most famous bathing ghat where pilgrims offer prayers and milk at the Ghat.
Garhwal is home to two of India's most sacred rivers - the Ganga and the Yamuna. Around these rivers and the lofty peaks of Garhwal mythology and tradition has evolved and, with the passage of time, has become deep-rooted in Hinduism.
Step into our Haridwar hotels, The Haveli Hari Ganga and Ganga Lahari Hotel. The Haveli Hari Ganga Hotel offers a clean, private bathing ghat that offers you easy access to the holy Ganga. Ganga Lahari Hotel is nestled on the foothills of Gau Ghat and on the banks of the River Ganga and stands at the gateway to the Devbhoomi - The abode of Gods and the Chardham Yatra.
A pilgrimage tour is incomplete without the Chardham yatra. The yatra starts from Yamunotri, makes its way to Gangotri, then to Kedarnath and finally to Badrinath. The immense religious significance of these four sites ensures a lot of hustle bustle during the summer months when devotees from all over the world come here to experience eternal bliss. The picturesque surroundings and the warm hospitality of the local people add to the experience in a way that is completely unforgettable. Experience the best religious tour at The Chardham Camps.