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Sri Panch Kedar Yatra 13 Days / 12 Nights


Panch Kedar refers to a group of five sacred Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, located in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, India. These temples are considered highly significant in Hindu mythology and are an important pilgrimage destination for devotees of Lord Shiva.

The legend associated with Panch Kedar is linked to the epic Mahabharata. According to the legend, after the Kurukshetra War, the Pandavas sought Lord Shiva’s blessings and forgiveness for the sins committed during the war, particularly the killing of their own relatives. Lord Shiva, wanting to avoid them, took the form of a bull and hid in various parts of Uttarakhand.

The Panch Kedar temples are named after the specific body parts of Lord Shiva that are believed to have appeared at each location.

Tour Highlights

  • Kedarnath: This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva’s hump. It is the most well-known among the Panch Kedar temples and is located at an altitude of around 3,583 meters (11,755 feet). Kedarnath is also one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, considered the holiest shrines of Lord Shiva.
  • Madhyamaheshwar: This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva’s navel. It is located at an altitude of approximately 3,490 meters (11,450 feet) and requires a trek through picturesque landscapes to reach it.
  • Tungnath: This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva’s arms. Situated at an altitude of about 3,680 meters (12,073 feet), it is considered the highest Shiva temple in the world and is a part of the Panch Kedar pilgrimage.
  • Rudranath: This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva’s face. It is located at an altitude of approximately 2,286 meters (7,500 feet) and requires a trek through beautiful meadows and forests.
  • Kalpeshwar: This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva’s hair. It is located at a lower altitude compared to the other four temples, around 2,134 meters (7,001 feet), and is relatively accessible.

The Panch Kedar pilgrimage is considered a spiritually significant journey, and many devotees undertake it to seek blessings and to cleanse themselves of their sins. The temples are generally open for visitors only during the summer months, as the region remains inaccessible due to heavy snowfall during the winter. The trek to these temples is often challenging but rewarding, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks and lush green valleys.


  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing
  • Transport from Haridwar to Haridwar
  • Toll tax and parking
  • Driver Allowance
  • Accommodation in the mention hotels for 12 nights
  • Daily breakfast and dinner at hotel only
  • All applicable Taxes
  • Air fare / train fare
  • GST (Government Service Tax)
  • Helicopter ticket and VIP Darshan charges
  • Doli / Pony
  • Expenses of personal nature such as tips, telephone calls, laundry, liquor etc.
  • Any other item not specified in 'Tour include'
  • Porterage during trekking
  • Entrance fees during sightseeing
  • Travel Insurance
  • Expense incurred due to bad weather condition, road closes, landslides etc.

Tour Plan

Day 01 Haridwar - Guptkashi

Drive to Guptkashi in the morning. Enjoy Devoprayag, Rudraprayag, and the Kashi Vishwanath Temple on the way. hotel check-in upon arrival. Stay the night in Guptkashi.

Day 02 Guptkashi–Kedarnath Temple

Drive to Gaurikund early in the morning, then begin the 16-kilometer hike to KedarnathJee Temple. Evening Arti Darshan followed by hotel check-in. Stay the night in Kedarnath.

Day 03 Kedarnath – Guptkashi.

Start your walk to Gaurikund with our guide after breakfast. Drive to Guptkashi later on for an overnight stay.

Day 04 Guptkashi – Gaundar Village

Drive to the ransi village (30 km) for your next stop, the Madhmaheshwar temple, after breakfast. begin the 8-kilometer descent to Gaundar village with our local guide. Once you arrive in Gaundar, check into your hotel or homestay. Stay the night in the village of Gaundar.

Day 05 Madhmaheswar – Gaundar

Start a second 8-kilometer, steep journey to Madhmaheshwar Temple after breakfast. At the temple, evening Arti darshan. Stay the night at the camp. which distances Temple by 2 kilometers.

Day 06 Gaundar – Chopta

Trek 2 kilometers in the early morning to BudhaMadhmaheshwar, then return to camp for breakfast. Start your descent to Gaundar settlement for the night after breakfast. Stay the night in the village of Gaundar.

Day 07 Gaundar – Chopta

After breakfast, hike 8 km to the village of Ransi before taking the route to Chota. Spend the night at Chopta.

Day 8 Chopta –Tungnath- Gopeshwar

Start the 3.5km uphill hike to chopta after eating breakfast. After receiving darshan, hike to Chopta. Continue on to Gopeshwar later for a hotel stay that night.

Day 9 Gopeshwar – Panaar

Driver to Sagar village (5 kilometers) after breakfast. begin the 12 km hike to Panaar. Camping at Panar for the night.

Day 10 Pannar - Rudranath

Start your hike to the Rudranath temple in the morning after breakfast in Panaar. Attend the evening Arti at the temple. a camper’s overnight stay.

Day 11 Rudranath -Pipalkoti

Start a downward hike to Sagar village after breakfast, then travel to Pipalkoti to spend the night at a hotel.

Day 12 Pipalkoti – Kalpeshwar Mahadev

Start your drive to Urgam Valley after breakfast.The Kalpeshwar Temple is easily accessible by road. After seeing the temple, drive to your next location.

Day 13 Rudraprayag – Haridwar

Drive to Haridwar and stop at Rishikesh en route after breakfast. Drop off later at Haridwar.