Indian Rove representative would greet you on your arrival in Delhi. Proceed to Haridwar. Areaching there, take dip in the holy waters of Ganges. After lunch, proceed for Rishikesh. Evening is free for lunch. Overnight stay at a hotel in Rishikesh.
Day 02:-Rishikesh-Gaurikundi(14kms on foot)
Early in the morning, we would drive to Gaurikund. On reaching there, check-in at a hotel. In the evening, you would explore the local attractions.
There is a temple dedicated to the Goddess Gauri. It is a base camp for trekking to Kedarnath. People take a bath in the thermal spring before proceeding considered to possess medicinal properties. It is a legend here goddess Parvathi meditated here to attain Lord Shiva. Syanchatty is another popular attraction on the trek to yamunotri.
Day 03:- Gaurikund-Kedarnath (14Kms on foot)
Early in the morning, proceed for a trek of 14 kms. Along the way, you will stop to have your lunch. Stay overnight at the hotel.
It is afabulous temple built in 8th century AD by Adi Guru Shankaracharya. There is another adjoining ancient temple said to be built by the Pandavas. Kedharnath temple is more than 1000 year old. The temple has a Conical Lingam and thousands of pilgrims come here every year. There is Samadhi of Adi Guru Shankaracharya behind the Kedarnath temple. It is said after establishing the four dham he took Samadhi at an early age of 32 years.
Day 04:-Kedarnath -Gaurikund-Rudraprayag(14kms trek and 74 kms Drive)
After having Dharshan, you will proceed to Gaurikund. After having lunch in Gaurikund, you will drive to Rudraprayag. Overnight stay at hotel.
The place is named after Lord Shiva. Rudraprayag is situated at the confluence of Mandakini River starting from Kedarnath Dham and Alaknanda River from Badrinath Dham. It is a majestic sight and has great religious sanctity as thousands of pilgrims come here to take a dip.
Day 05:-Rudraprayag -Badrinath (170 Kms)
It is situated between two mountain ranges Nar and Narayan mountain ranges and left bank of the Alaknanda River with Neelkantha peak as the backdrop. It is a legend when Ganges descended on earth to alleviate the suffering of humanity, the earth could not withstand its ferocious power of descent. So, Ganges was divided into twelve holy channels and Alaknanda was one of them. Later it became the abode of Lord Vishnu or Badrinath.
Day06: Badrinath -Rishikesh (300kms/10hrs)
In the early morning, you will depart for Rishikesh. En route, you will have lunch. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 07: Rishikesh – Delhi
After having your breakfast, you will depart for Delhi. On reaching Delhi, you can go for sightseeing, shopping, etc.