Do Dham Yatra by helicopter from Dehradun?

Ans: Do Dham Yatra opens for a brief period of 6 months every year. Ans: During the Do Dham Yatra by helicopter 2021, the pilgrims will get an opportunity to seek blessings at Kedarnath Dham and Badrinath Dham. They will start their journey from the Sahastradhara helipad, Dehradun and end the tour at the same place.

What is the cost of Char Dham Yatra by helicopter?

For the total cost of Chardham Yatra package is INR 1,59,999/ per person. You can also book tour package from Delhi, Dehradhun, Haridwar, Pune, Rishikesh, Kolkata and other cities of India.

Is there helicopter service from Dehradun to Kedarnath?

The Helicopter services to Kedarnath now has been started by DGCA….Kedarnath Luxury Helicopter 2022 Tour Packages.

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Is there any helicopter service to Badrinath?

Helicopter service to Badrinath operates from the helipad at Sahastradhara, Dehradun in the Uttarakhand state of India. The helipad is a gateway to the skies of Uttarakhand as it links the state capital to most of the helipads in the state.

What is the cost of helicopter ride to Kedarnath?

Air fare and darshan / cancellation charges: Rs 6,990/- per person for the round trip (Phata -Kedarnath-Phata), Passengers can also purchase tickets for one way i.e. Phata – Kedarnath or Kedarnath – Phata, subject to availability of seats.

How do I get from Kedarnath to phata?

Pilgrims unable to trek to Kedarnath use Phata for darshan Kedarnath ji by helicopter. From Phata, there will be 8 minutes journey to Kedarnath Dham in a chopper. Pawan Hans, Pinnacle Air and other air companies provides 5-7 seater charter helicopter service to Shri Kedarnath Ji.

Can I go Kedarnath by helicopter?

Devotees can now visit Kedarnath through the medium of daily helicopter service to Kedarnath plying at short interval of time everyday. People can visit the Kedarnath temple and return back to Phata on same day or wish to stay overnight and come back next day by helicopter.

Is Kedarnath Yatra open now?

Uttarakhand Govt has announced that Char Dham Yatra and Temples will be opened from 18 September 2021 with some strict covid-19 restrictions and guidelines. Kedarnath Helicopter Services booking will start from 28 September and from 1 October 2021 the helicopter services for Kedarnath Dham will be operational.

How far is Kedarnath temple from helipad?

The Kedarnath Helipad located at about 700 metres away from Kedarnath Temple and can be reached within few minutes. Many pilgrims who are unable to commence the trek avail the chopper services from Phata, Sersi, Sitapur, Guptkashi, Dehradun and Delhi to pay obeisance at the Kedarnath temple.

How much does the Chardham Yatra by helicopter cost?

During the Chardham Yatra by Helicopter, we make your safety our top concern. Our six days tour package to Chardham is priced at 1, 59,999 per person. First, you will be flown to Yamunotri where you will pay homage to goddess yamunotri, sister of God Yama.

What is Char Dham Yatra Uttarakhand?

Known to be the one of the most revered religious treks of Hinduism, Char Dham Yatra Uttarakhand includes treks to 4 religious sites of Hinduism- Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath. Have darshan at these destinations that are placed on high altitude, amidst snow-capped Himalayan Mountains.

Why Kedarnath yatra by helicopter?

The current Kedarnath Temple is said to be constructed by Adi Shankaracharaya in 8thCentury CE. Your Kedarnath Yatra by Helicopter will conclude after you pay a visit to Badrinath Temple, considered the holiest of all Hindu shrines. According to the legends, Lord Vishu sat to meditate here.

Which is the most remote Char Dham in Uttarakhand?

Surrounded by snowcapped peaks, Kedarnath is the most remote site among all Char Dhams in Uttarakhand. The Kedarnath temple, the holy shrine of Lord Shiva houses one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. The temple lies at a distance of approximately 500m from the helipad and reaching it would take about 15 minutes.