Sacred Sites of the Kedarnath-Ekdham Yatra via Helicopter
Kedarnath, also known as Girnar, is a Himalayan tourist destination located in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. It is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage site that houses the tomb of lord Shiva and his wife Parvati. The Kedarnath Yatra is one of the most important religious pilgrimages in India and attracts thousands of Hindu pilgrims every year.
The Ekdham yatra kedarnath helicopter is a sacred pilgrimage to the holy mountain. The helicopter tour is the most popular way to visit the sacred sites of Kedarnath.
The helicopter tour offers you an opportunity to see all these sites from above, which gives you more time for each destination and enables you to capture much better pictures than what can be taken by foot or on horseback.
History of Kedarnath and its Significance
Kedarnath is a pilgrimage site in the Garhwal Himalayas, located at an altitude of 3,900 m (12,500 ft) above sea level. It is one of the most important Hindu pilgrimage sites and is also sacred to Jains. The temple complex was built by Maharaja Nanda Deva during 13th century CE on top of a small hill which houses several temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shakti (the Mother Goddess).
The name Kedarnath literally means "the abode of Lord Shiva", as it was believed that Lord Shiva lived here before taking his final journey southward towards his birthplace in Connaught Place in Delhi.
Benefits of traveling to Kedarnath by helicopter
Helicopter Travel is a safe and comfortable mode of travel.
It is also a good option for first-time visitors to Kedarnath.
The flight from Delhi is approximately 4 hours, with an approximate landing time of 2 hours.
Detailed itinerary of Ekdham Yatra
Ekdham yatra by helicopter is a pilgrimage to the holy mountain of Kedarnath. It is a religious journey to Kedarnath, which lies in Uttarakhand state in India. The yatra (pilgrimage) begins from Gangotri temple and ends at Badrinath temple on foot or by air transport.
Ekdham Yatra begins with a prayer at the base camp of Kedarnath which is located at an altitude of 5400m above sea level. The pilgrims then proceed towards Kedarnath Temple through different routes such as Kalpi-Almora route, Gaurikund-Kedar Valley route etc., before reaching their destination point where they offer prayers there before proceeding back again towards Gangotri Temple via different routes like Rudraprayag-Shivalik Mountain range, Sheshnag-Kedarnath roads etc.,
Cost and booking information for a helicopter tour
The Ekdham yatra by helicopter cost is Rs. 5,000 per person, including all boarding charges and taxes.
Booking information: To book this tour, call 0353-2368888 or email [email protected] between 9 am - 3 pm on weekdays (Monday through Friday). You can also book online at www.kedarnathkumbh2017bktours.com/whereto-book/.
How to pay for the tour: You can pay for it in cash at any of our branches across Uttrakhand & Uttar Pradesh and online using credit/debit cards or net banking facilities after confirming your booking with us directly via email or phone number provided above, or you may choose to send us an advance payment by mail through cheque made payable directly into our bank account details mentioned below – Cheques should reach us before August 31st, 2017 if paid at least 2 working days before departure date !!!
Safety measures and precautions during the tour
You should wear comfortable clothes and shoes that you can walk in for a long period of time.
Take water along with you, as well as breakfast or lunch for yourself and your family members.
Make sure to keep your mobile phone charged up so that you don't miss any important calls or messages from home.
Best time to visit Kedarnath
The best time to visit Kedarnath is during the summer. The weather in June and July is perfect and you will be able to enjoy a pleasant walk through the forests with your family or friends. However, if you want to enjoy some good weather while visiting this sacred place then you should visit in August or September because it becomes very cold at that time of year.
You should also remember that the winter season is also an ideal time for visiting Kedarnath because during this period there aren't many tourists around so you can easily find out about all its secrets without being disturbed by other people's footsteps on your way back home after visiting these beautiful places!
Places to visit in and around Kedarnath
Kedarnath is a pilgrimage site and one of the most sacred temples in India. It is located at an elevation of 6,900 feet (2,100 m) above sea level, about 12 km from Badrinath and 16 km from Pahalgam. The temple was built by Lord Shiva on the banks of the Ganges River near its origin point in Uttarakhand state in India.
The area around Kedarnath is home to several other important Hindu shrines as well:
Gangotri Temple - This temple is located at an elevation of 1171 meters above sea level (3194 ft), which makes it one of the highest temples in India. It represents Mount Kailash or Meru according to Hindu mythology; hence it is also called "Gangotri Mandir". The temple complex consists mainly rectangular square shaped main hall with four smaller halls surrounding it along with stone columns supporting beams that form archways over entry ways into each room within its walls which were built during last century by local craftsmen using local materials like mud bricks made out from clay found locally nearby villages nearby where locals worked on constructing these structures during their leisure time after coming back home after working hard all day long carrying heavy loads up mountains while trying not fall down while walking along paths through dense forest areas full trees everywhere around them so they could see how far away they were getting each day before reaching next destination point!
The spiritual significance of Kedarnath
Kedarnath is a holy place for Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs. It is believed that Lord Shiva himself visited this place and performed penance in order to gain the power of controlling the world with just his will.
This pilgrimage has been considered as one of the most important pilgrimages for Hindus since time immemorial. This was because it was believed that once you visit Kedarnath you can achieve moksha or salvation from your past sins by visiting various temples around it and praying sincerely to God.
Accommodation options in Kedarnath
Kedarnath is a popular destination for tourists and pilgrims, with many hotels and lodges offering accommodation options. Here are some of the best places to stay:
Hotels in Kedarnath
There are several hotels located within close proximity to the temple site. These include:
Hotel Kadam Palace (3 km from Kedarnath) - A five star property with rooms that can accommodate up to five persons per room; it offers facilities such as an outdoor swimming pool and spa services
Local cuisine and food options in Kedarnath
Eat at the local restaurants.
Avoid eating at the local restaurants.
Don't eat in the surrounding area, but don't avoid it either!
Tips for first-time visitors to Kedarnath
For first-time visitors to Kedarnath, the following tips will help you enjoy your time there.
Wear comfortable clothes. You don't want to get caught in a sudden downpour or be uncomfortable during your visit. Bring a hat and sunscreen to protect yourself from sunburns or heat stroke!
Bring a camera with you so that you can capture all of the beautiful sights of nature that surround Kedarnath Temple. You'll also want to bring water bottles in case it becomes too hot for comfort (or too cold). If you are going on an Ekdham Yatra trip with helicopter tour companies like ours then we recommend bringing maps and guidebooks as well because they can provide valuable information about any landmarks along the way such as temples or viewpoints along riverside paths where we fly over them at high altitude levels during our flights over these sacred sites which include Shringeshwar Mahadev Temple located near Rishikesh district headquarters town which lies just above 5500 feet below sea level level elevation point while another famous Hindu pilgrimage site called Badrinath Temple lies just above 4200 meters above sea level elevation point where both these holy shrines were built centuries ago during medieval times before modern technology made such things possible today via helicopters instead using roads only because roads aren't suitable enough for heavy vehicles like trucks/cars etc..
What to pack for the Kedarnath helicopter tour
Wear comfortable clothes. It's not only your body that will be moving around, but also the helicopter, so make sure you are prepared for it.
Wear a hat and sunscreen! You don't want to get sunburned while on this trip, especially if you are visiting Kedarnath during monsoon season (June-September).
Wear sunglasses—you'll need them if there is any dust in the air because it can cause irritation and itching of eyes and skin.
Bring along a camera or phone so that you can take pictures along the way; this will help ensure that all of your memories are captured in photos rather than just words!
How to reach Kedarnath by air, rail, and road
The best way to reach Kedarnath is by air. There are two routes: one through Dehradun and the other through Srinagar. The first route will take about 2 hours, while the second route takes around 3 hours.
The train journey from Delhi to Haridwar takes approximately 10 hours and costs Rs 1250; from Haridwar it’s another 8-9 hours on foot or by bus (depending on whether you are going directly or via Joshimath) for Rs 200-300 per person depending on your group size.
If you want to avoid all these hustles then there is also an option of taking a bus service from Delhi airport directly to Badrinath which has been explored before as well!
If you are planning to visit Kedarnath, then this helicopter tour is the best way to go. The scenic view of the region and the beauty of nature will stay with you for a long time.
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