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Badrinath was re-established as a major pilgrimage site by Adi Shankara in the 8th century. In earlier days, pilgrims used to walk hundreds of miles to visit the Badrinath temple.
The temple has been repeatedly destroyed by earthquakes and avalanches. As late as the First World War, the town consisted only of the 20-odd huts used by the temple's staff, but the site drew thousands each year and up to 50,000 on its duodecennial festivals (every twelve years).[8] In recent years its popularity has increased still more, with an estimated 600,000 pilgrims visiting during the 2006 season, compared to 90,676 in 1961. The temple in Badrinath is also a sacred pilgrimage site for Vaishnavites. Badrinath is also gateway to several mountaineering expeditions headed to mountains like Nilkantha.


2 Nights- 3 Days


Starting Price

₹ 11, 500

Pick-up and Drop

Delhi To Delhi

Daywise Itinerary

When someone takes the name of “Manali”, we are instantaneously taken back to the movie


  • Witness the site of confluence of the Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers at Devprayag;

  • As you reach Chopta, check-in to the camps/hotel, freshen up & treat yourselves to a filling lunch;

  • Enjoy the rest of the day as you will – explore, relax, take a leisurely break and rejuvenate;

  • End the day with a piping hot meal alongside a bonfire and stay the night at the camps/hotel.


  • Wake up early in the morning have a sumptuous breakfast at the campsite/hotel and get ready to start the trek to Chandrashila.

  • En route, we’ll stop by at the Tungnath temple – immerse yourself in devotion and bow before the mighty Lord Shiva.

  • After scaling the peak of the Chandrashila mountain and spending a few unforgettable moments trek down from Chandrashila and arrive at the campsite/hotel by evening.

  • Eat well, for you’ll be tired and drained out and hit the bed for a cozy sleep–in.

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