Hello Everyone, As of now you are reading this article, it means you’re planning a trip to Char Dham of Uttarakhand which are Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri & Yamnotri. Its a holy trip to the Char Dham Yatra Uttarakhand and every year the temples opens during summer month from April-May and closes during winter Oct-Nov. Well, its 6 months in a year to visit these temples. So if you’re planning a trip to Char Dham you can plan a trip from April-May to Oct-Nov but during monsoon its not suggested to visit because of heavy rain fall and landsliding. So in July-Aug its not a very good time to visit Char Dham, other than all the months are good time to visit the Dhams. The best time to Visit the Char Dham Yatra is Sept-Oct because not so much rush and also weather is great. So after a month you can make a plan for this holy trip with your families.

The Char Dham Yatra generally takes 9-10 Days in which you can easily visit the all the four Dhams. The Trip starts from Haridwar/Rishikesh and ends at the same place. The total distance from road transportation the Char Dham yatra is approx 1400 Km. And all the Char Dhams located in different places like approx 200+ Km from all the temples.

So let’s talk about how the trip starts and what will be the tour itinerary for this Holy trip.

Well, here’s we are giving you a weblink of this trip so you can click and find the all details of Char Dham Trip.

Char Dham Yatra trip details and Package.

The upcoming months Sept-Oct are very best to visit the Char Dhams because of good price options and easily temple visit.

The Char Dham’s are located in Hills areas so make sure that you must keep warm cloths with your because it will be cold there near temple. All the places located in high altitude in the Himalayan ranges. So keep warm cloths, drink bottled water, eat healthy food and visit the holy temples and nearby amazing places.

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