Bus to Badrinath is available from Rishikesh. You can find bus timings at Uttarakhand Transport Corporations - utc.uk.gov.in . In additon to this, there are many private buses are also available from Rishikesh ( from Char dham bus stand)
You can happily come back to either Bhimbali or Lincholi on the same day, provided 1. You start by 5am 2. Weather is clear.
Sir route map can be adviced depending upon your mode of commutation. Please share how will you be travelling for the Dhaam Yatra
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You can use Tempo traveller
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So far all indication supports clear eather around 26th May. You will keep hearing on this app if there is a change affecting yatra
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Munsiyari has good snow as of now, should there for atleast next 4-5 days. You can stay at Paradise Hotel
Did hyd agra in 20hrs with regular breaks. If you capable of driving 20hrs..You can do it easily. Don't take long breaks and sleep well in advance. Start early morning of Saturday and take power nap when ever u need. Will be in hyd by sunday
Jhansi to agra again has bad patches..
If you have co drivers you can attempt it.. will not suggest solo driving.. its quite stressful.. did the route upwards from Hyd to delhi in march... streches between adilabad and nagpur are decent.. not great roads...
In one day, Delhi hydrebad is tough, but doable. You will need to drive upwards of 20 hours. Route to be taken is Delhi-Agra-Jhansi-Nagpur-Adilabad-Hydrebad. Delhi to agra is a runway for cars so nothing to say there. Agra to jhansi has some bad stretches just before jhansi, will lose some time there. Jhansi to nagpur are good stretches with road work under way at some places. Try to exit nagpur by 9 pm. Nagpur to adilabad is a very vacant strech with decent roads. From adilabad onwards you can push it hard as the highway is pretty isolated and good tarmac conditions.
September is pretty safe for the trek. Just check the weather for rainfall as it makes the trek difficult and less enjoyable
You can do the trip on your own very easily. Just head up to govind ghat and you have three options to go up to ghangria. Either take a pony or a helicopter ride(if weather permits) or just walk. There are decent stay options at ghangria. Leave early in morning for valley of flowers and just follow the trail. You can easily go up to the river bed following the trail. Next day head for hemkund sahib early in morning and you can either stay there or leave for govind ghat the same day.
Sam sand dunes, Jaisalmer
You should visit Jaisalmer for the same. You should also go for night camp in the desert. Just make sure you have enough warm clothes, it is difficult to believe, but it gets really cold in winter nights
Pls watch for weather warnings. Otherwise it is safe.
Yes you can do it in one day, but I will suggest doing it on a pony rather than walking. It will be more enjoyable and less tiring. There are plenty of stay options up there, but it is better to book those in advance. There are helicopter options as well for a single day return journey
Kanpur the way it is now a great way to get a new phone for you to use for the program to be able to do your own I would like to get a new one and the new one and I will send you the new one and
Yes, Kedarnath trek is doable in single day, but a lot depends upon you. For Single day, you will need to start early (around 4 am). 14 Km trek (one way) takes about 6-7 hours uphill and an hour less downhill. Accommodations at temple is provided only by GMVN, which are more like dormitories, but provide comfortable stay for the night. Although temple remains open throughout the night, but first Aarti is performed around 4am.
I would prefer first option (Delhi - Muzaffarnagar - Roorkee - Dehradun - Mussoorie - Nainbagh - Barkot - Yamnuotri) because this is shorter and have less traffic compared to second one. The only issue is not many good places for food between Mussoorie and Barkot (about 4.5 hour drive) on this route.
Yes, we are aware of this issue on few phones and our team is working on it. Next version of app - in about a week or 10 days - will have this fixed.
Team ExploreOuting also send information about road blocks whenever any blockade happens. As of now roads are open.
Team ExploreOuting sends 4 dham weather update to all users. Pls watch it tomorrow morning. Otherwise today it was light rain at Kedarnath with temp as 11 and 6 degree.
Pls let us know the weather conditions and road conditions We r starting from Rishikesh to Kedarnath with gmvn
Copying the earlier Travel Forum post regarding 4-Dham Experience from Mr Rakesh - General: 0. Biometric: it's free of cost and is not a reservation for you at temple. No need for online registration. At Haridwar, I got it done in 5 minutes. No queues. Nobody asked us for the card during the entire journey. Though at Kedarnath, they asked after completing our journey and de-registered due to insurance attached with it. I had done online registration as well but seems it is waste of money. 1. If you are going by a commercial vehicle of any other state, then you need to pay (a) road tax (b) Acquire Green Certificate. Without Green Certificate, you cannot proceed or will face lots of issues with police check posts. The driver of commercial vehicle must have license for Hill. 2. Process to obtain Green Certificate is little long. Hence try to get it at Haridwar on very first day. We landed up at Dehradoon and wasted 5 hours to close the formality with broker's help. 3. Start your day early to avoid mad rush in temples as well as on roads. With June nearing, crowd should go down. 4. AMS (Accute mountain Sickness): Consult your doctor before beginning journey. There are few homeopathic medicines (Coca 30, 200), which helps in fighting AMS. Alternatively, please carry Camphor (kapoor) as well in a small air tight box. 5. Be sufficiently hydrated while ascending the trek and keep drinking water with Glucose and Frooti. 6. For trekking, i felt it was easy to climb with baby steps at lower pace. :) You can decide your own physical strength and pace. 7. Try getting a mobile SIM of BSNL, as it would work in mountains. Other carriers do not work mostly at high altitudes. My experience with Yamunotri: 1. Usually people stay at Barkot. Which is around 30-40km from Yamunotri. One should start at 5 or before to avoid traffic on road as well as when trekking to temple. 2. Darshans is not managed well. No queues. :( . If you are ok to spend money then pandit will help you with pooja etc. 3. While trekking (both ways), pay attention to pony/palki etc. The ponies/palki would hit if you don't give way. 4. Keep raincoats with you. Usually, it would drizzle or rain in 2nd half of the day. 5. From Yamunotri to Gangotri, there is a place called Shivgufa. You may visit if you have time (e.g. people staying at Uttarkashi can visit this place but people staying further at Harshil and Gangotri may skip due to their longer journey). My experience with Gangotri: 1. Peace of mind - No ponies. No Palkis. :) One has to walk for a km or less. 2. Go for Vishesh pooja. A slip of 750/- for approximately 6 persons. Else during peak hours you may have to queue up for 2 hours as well. 750 bucks is worth the time you spend inside temple and offer prayers. 3. Before onwards journey, one can visit Harshil, if time permits. My experience with Kedarnath ji: 1. Frankly speaking - Not good from trekking perspective. Not a good trek for pedestrians due to heavy presence of ponies and the way these ponies are operated. 2. Trek is steeper than Yamunotri. 3. Start very early at Sonprayag. I was stuck at Sonprayag for couple of hours for a ride to Gaurikund. This is 5 km journey by local transport (Marshal or Sumo). Your vehicle will be stopped at Sonprayag. From parking you will have to walk 900 meters to reach the point where you can board the local transport. 4. It usually rains in second half. So be ready for it. Go for raincoats (20 rs). A very thin polythene, but serves purpose. You should wear shoes which can dry quickly. Else it becomes nightmare to get them dry and cleaned. 5. Carry extra clothes, if you are trekking and plan to stay overnight. 6. GVMN accommodation is good. I stayed in bunk beds and stay was comfortable. Geyser was available for hot water :) 7. Queue up at temple around 4 am to get Darshans by six am. And you can start trekking back. 8. If you want to do Vishesh pooja, then get the receipt in evening itself for next day (overnight post 1200 am and before 5 am). I didn't go for that and preferred to pay Pitthoo wala instead, who carried our baggage. 9. Keep drinking water and glucose while trekking in either direction. Frooti was alternative for me. 10. We took 8.5 hours to ascend and 6.5 hours to descend. 11. With pony, one can complete darshan in a day and come back. But you will have start day early. 12. There are around 10+ helicopter companies operating in this region. All seem to be fully booked as of now. Be ready for additional 2100 per pax in case of helicopter travel. 13.I didn't explore but seems few had gone for one side journey through helicopter. 14. For helicopter package, go early and come back early. With weather changes, helicopters can be stopped any time and one may get stranded at Kedarnath ji.
Yes, due to a technical issue. It will be resumed by tomorrow.
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Team ExploreOuting - Thanks for your feedback, we are adding state by state and will provide Bihar Tourism very soon. We have recently approached Bihar Ministry of Tourism for the same.
Is there any specific guidance you are looking for?
Team ExploreOuting - Currently we don't provide Leh Guidance, soon we are going to include Leh and Himachal
It is 7500 per person (to and fro)
I am not getting my phone. 9444787990
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Thanks Mr Rakesh.
Yes, there is a separate route from Barkot. When you are at Yamunotri or Barkot, use ExploreOuting to search for Ambala city and the n click on Map to find the direction. No warning or road block is reported on this route.
We planned to perform chardam yathra from 07.09.17 to 24.09.17. kindly advice me any special dress, shoe for manage winter. We are from Chennai & any other special care to these days
Thanks for the your guidance, appreciate it.
Team ExploreOuting - Mr Rakesh, Thanks for sending the detailed info. We will also publish on website so that everyone can vain from it.
Team ExploreOuting - Thanks for sending journey details. Appreciate a lot. Sorry, your message took extra time to get approved, as our system was in upgradation
Weather conditions to be clear between 3 to 10 June. But you could face some rain after 6th June, So keep your umbrella/rain coat.
Team ExploreOuting - So far weather is expected to be clear after June 1st. Pls keep on checking ExploreOuting app for further updates on weather and road conditions.
Team ExploreOuting - Thanks a lot Shridhar for the update.
Ok Thanks a lot
Subsidiary is not given to people using privatr travel agents. But pls double check with Government agencies regarding this matter.
Thanks a lot. One more query. Whether if we do yatra with private travel agents by helicopter route via Nepalganj - Hilsa , still can we get this subsidiary.
Team ExploreOuting - Although ExploreOuting does not directly deal with Kailsah Mansarovar Yatra, but still we have tried to find information for you. Visit the department of religious affairs, UP Government & download the application forms for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra **The grant had to be given to those who produce a domicile certificate or a copy of the passport, certifying that they belong to UP. **applicants may carefully note the following conditions before applying: - Applicants should possess an ordinary Indian passport valid for at least six months . - Incomplete applications will be rejected. - Incorrect or false information in the application form will be ground for disqualification at any stage, including during the Yatra. All payments made earlier will, thus, be forfeited. - Failure to pass the medical examinations in Delhi and en route will be ground for disqualification. - A Yatri, disqualified on medical and/or other grounds in Delhi or outside, will forfeit the non-refundable deposit and other payments made earlier. - The Yatra batches will leave on scheduled dates even if replacements called from the standby lists to fill any vacancies that may arise, are unable to join the group on time Hope the above information is fine..
Still no update please
Team ExploreOuting - Our team will find and update you about Mansarovar Subsidiary.
Good Info for registration. Thanks for sharing it. For Online Registration, pls use http://188.8.131.52/CharDhaam/index.aspx
Team Explore Outing : The temperature at Kedarnath ji 22/7 with partly cloudy weather and moderate rain expected.. The road conditions of Kedarnath ji till Gauri Kund is haslefree. Gauri Kund is the place from where foot over trekking starts.
Team ExploreOuting - Refering to previous messages, road to Badrinath is also open now. All the 4-dham are going without any problem.
Team ExploreOuting - Roads are in great condition from Rishikesh to Rudraprayag. From Rudraprayag to Gaurikund, it is a bit narrow, but quite comfortable except couple of rough patches of ~100m. Trek from Gaurikund to Kedarnath is well maintained.
Team ExploreOuting - Mr Vaidya - Our team is trying to find out about Kharsali, will update you soon about it
Treking distance between Gangotri-Gaumukh is about 14.5 Km
Team ExploreOuting - Cashless counters are not popular on Char dham routes. You can find it at few places. Although there are enough ATM available. We recommend to pls carry enough cash or ATM cards
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Very limited places of food facilities are available on the Kedarnath trek. We advise you to carry some biscuits, dry fruit etc for the trek. Food is available near Kedarnath temple. For overnight stay, there GMVN camps available. For rates and booking, pls go to www.gmvn.in