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How to Plan a Trip to Kedarnath Yatra – Adventure and Spirituality at One Place

Kedarnath is a town that is situated in the Rudraprayag district, which comes under the city of Uttarakhand. Kedarnath is known for the Kedarnath temple, which is a Hindu temple that attracts visitors from all over the country. The Kedarnath temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, and it is one of the temples that is a part of the twelve Shivlings. The best time to visit the Kedarnath temple is during the summer season, which is between April and June, and during the monsoon season, which is between July and September, as tourists can safely reach the temple and take the blessings of Lord Shiva.  

We know that you are excited and geared up for the trip to the temple, but do you know how to reach the temple, find accommodation, etc.? We at Dewan Holidays have come up with a plan to have a good Kedarnath yatra that has got you covered right from the mode of transportation to the accommodation and visit to the temple. 

Kedarnath Yatra 

  • The tourists can take a flight to Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is the nearest airport and the best way to reach Kedarnath. Besides, the tourists can also do a road journey which would be convenient for people who travel from Delhi.  
  • The tourists should carry certain things before they begin their Kedarnath yatra that are warm clothes, Sports shoes, and Medical kits, which should include medicines related to colds, fevers, etc. Besides, the tourists should also carry basic identity documents, backpacks, umbrellas, etc.   
  • Once the tourists land in Dehradun, they have to take a road trip to Gaurikund, which is the base camp for the Trek to Kedarnath. The tourists would get to see towns namely Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Sonprayag, etc. on their way. If the tourists are going by helicopter to Kedarnath temple, they have to reach the helipads near Kedarnath, which are situated in Sirsi, Phata and Guptkashi. It is a good option, especially for senior citizens who can’t do the long walking trek to Kedarnath. The tourists have to book the tickets for the helicopter in advance, as slots get full faster. The helicopter takes around 10 to 15 minutes to reach the temple. 
  • Once the tourists reach Gaurikund, the real trek to Kedarnath begins. The tourists can either hire a pony that would take them up to the temple or they can walk up to the temple, which takes around seven to eight hours. Besides, tourists can also hire a Palkhi or ride on a horse to the temple. The tourists would get to see a beautiful sight of the Mandakini River during their trek to the temple.

  • Once the tourists reach the temple, they can witness a beautiful view of the mountains and click pictures outside the temple. When they enter the temple, they get to see the Shivling of Lord Shiva and the statues of Lord Shiva, Nandi, etc. The tourists can see the statue of Shri Shankaracharya, which is situated right behind the Kedarnath temple. He was the saint who established four holy Dhams in India. The statue was unveiled a few years back by the honorable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi. 

This was all about the Kedarnath Yatra, and we hope that the above information has given you an insight about the temple and how you can reach there.