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Badrinath Tour Packages

Situated amidst picturesque mountain ranges of Nar and Narayana in the Garhwal Hills, Badrinath is considered to be the most important of all the four Hindu pilgrimage centres, referred to as Char Dham. Located on the left bank of river Alaknanda, at a height of 3133 m above sea level, it is often termed as Tapobhumi - a land for meditation and penance as well as Bhubaikunth - the heaven on earth. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Vishnu performed an intense penance here. It is believed that His consort Goddess Lakshmi, on seeing the Lord doing penance in the open, transformed Herself into a badri tree to protect Him from harsh sun.

There are several other important pilgrimage sites en route, such as Deo Prayag, Rudraprayag and Karnaprayag. Besides being the holy abode of Lord Vishnu, it is a place of breathtaking natural beauty that never fails to mesmerise visitors. Badrinath also provides its visitors the perfect opportunity to indulge in numerous exciting adventure activities.

Badrinath Guide

  • How To Reach Badrinath

    How To Reach Badrinath

    By Road: Badrinath is located at a distance of around 491 km from Delhi and can easily be reached by road via Rishikesh, Haridwar and Kotdwara. Besides, tourist can reach either of these cities by rail, and thereafter, take a taxi or bus to reach Badrinath.

    By Rail: Haridwar, Kotdwara and Rishikesh are the nearby railway junctions to Badrinath. From these stations, tourists can take a bus or taxi to reach the destination.

    By Air: The Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the nearest airport to Badrinath. Tourists can hire a taxi to reach Badrinath, which is about 311 km away.

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  • Shopping in Badrinath

    Shopping in Badrinath

    While shopping, tourists can look for trinkets, local brass artefacts, objects of worship and other small souvenirs, along with Salgram Silas (sacred stone of Lord Vishnu). Besides, many shops also sell woollen and Ayurvedic products.

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  • Restaurants in Badrinath

    Restaurants in Badrinath

    There are several eateries near the shrine that serve pure Indian vegetarian food. Besides, there are many large and small hotels with well-maintained restaurants. The Sarovar Portico hotel has a restaurant and a cafe, namely Sarovar Fast Food and the Cafe in the Park respectively, which serve a variety of vegetarian delicacies. Non-vegetarian food is not served here or anywhere on this pilgrimage route beyond Rishikesh.

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