A Pious Tour From Delhi To Badrinath

Introduction To Badrinath

Badrinath is located at a distance of 11000 feet above sea level in the laps of the Himalayas. It is one of the dhams in the Chardham Yatra of Hindu devotees. The Delhi to Badrinath yatra is connected well by roads via NH 58 that joints Delhi to the Mana Pass which is closely situated near the Indo-Tibet Border. A total distance of around 500 kilometers has to be traveled to reach Badrinath from Delhi which usually takes a span of 12 to 13 hours. If you are looking out for Badrinath Tour Package from Delhi you have come to the correct site. The Badrinath shrine is devoted to Lord Vishnu, who is considered to be a Supreme Form of God according to Hindu Mythology. The Badrinath temple is scheduled to be opened from the 8th of May 2024 to 26th October 2024 for devotees to take blessings.

Specific requirements laid down by the Government to visit Badrinath

  • Citizens who have taken both the injection doses against COVID 19 are permitted to travel.
  • It is a compulsion to show the vaccination certificate alongside the negative test report for COVID 19 done not before 24 hours prior to the schedule of traveling.
  • All the pilgrims are to strictly follow the mandate protocols of social distancing, sanitization, and wearing or face mask or shields.
  • An upper cap of 1200 devotees per day can visit the Badrinath Temple according to the rules and regulations.
  • No devotees are allowed to take a dip or bathe in the springs around the Badrinath Temple.

Route For Fast and Comfortable travel

The best route for Badrinath Trip from Delhi is as follows:

  • Delhi to Haridwar
  • Haridwar to Guptkashi
  • Guptkashi to Joshimath
  • Joshimath to Badrinath
  • Badrinath to Joshimath
  • Joshimath to Rudraprayag
  • Rudraprayag to Rishikesh
  • Rishikesh to Haridwar
  • Haridwar Delhi.

If comfort and relaxation are taken into consideration the Badrinath Yatra from Delhi can be easily completed in a span of four days’ time.

A few basic reminders for your trip to Badrinath from Delhi

  • Register yourself online and book a date for your darshan along with timings so that you can plan your trip likewise.
  • Do not forget to carry personal and address verification proof like Aadhar Card or Passport.
  • Nowadays there are modern facilities of cottages or deluxe rooms that can be reserved at an extra charge so that you don’t miss out on the darshan timings you have been allotted for.
  • If you cannot trek the Badrinath Temple, there are facilities of horses, palanquins, and pithus from the base of the Temple to go up.
  • Always carry a sweater, woolen apparel, and accessories along with an umbrella when you are on your trip to Badrinath from Delhi.
  • Take generic medicines for headache, cold & cough, headache, height sickness, painkillers, bandages, and antiseptic cream in a first aid box on your Badrinath trip from Delhi.
  • To avoid sunburns, always carry a sunscreen lotion and sunglasses with you.
  • Do not forget to carry a torchlight which is fully charged as there are a lot of instances of no electricity in these areas.
  • There are also a lot of incidences of landslides in the Badrinath area so see to it that you keep a few buffer days in your Badrinath trip from Delhi.


Day 1- From Rudraprayag to Delhi to via Haridwar

Start your memorable journey to Badrinath from Delhi through a trip to Haridwar. Our rep will take us all the way from Haridwar to Rudraprayag with no hitch. Behold the magnificent merging of the Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers at Devprayag. You may wish to see the environs of Rudraprayag prior to taking your rooms. Have a night stay in the hotel.

Day 2- From Rudraprayag to Badrinath

You can visit Badarinath, after enjoying a good breakfast on Ghat. The panoramic view of enchanting scenes of white covered Himalayas is really amazing. Report to the hotel and trek to the Badrinath Temple. A journey of a year is often included before reaching this heavenly place. Relax in the hot tapat kund pool. Have an evening spiritual experience and offer your Aarti prayers in peace. Have dinner and sleep at your hotel room.

Day 3- From Badrinath to Rudraprayag

Wake up with your soul and go for a divine Abhisheka puja at Badrinarayan temple. Upon the completion of Darshan have a nice breakfast and check out from the hotel. Start your move back to Rudraprayag and have a nice lunch in a certain restaurant on the way. :: Have a nice evening meal, check in at the hotel and get a good night’s sleep.

Day 4 –From Rudraprayag to Rishikesh

Enjoy a nice breakfast and then leave the hotel. Converted-sentence Travel your way from the hotel to Rishikesh. Ensure you check-in at your hotel in Rishikesh. The renowned Lakshman Jhula is a bridge crossed by the holy river Ganges. Join the divine Ganga Aarti at the Ghat and experience divinity all around. Have an incredible night in the hotel and delicious dinner.

Day 5- From Rishikesh to Delhi

Say goodbye to your hotel after having a tasty breakfast. Start your way back towards Delhi with memories unforgettable ones you will never forget a lifetime.

Delhi to Badrinath Travel Information

Distance between Delhi to Badrinath by Road is 535 Kms
Distance between Delhi to Badrinath by Flight is 324 Kms
Travel Time from Delhi to Badrinath by Road is 11:3 hrs
Nearest Airport in Delhi Indira Gandhi (28.61, 77.21)
Nearest Airport in Badrinath Jolly Grant (30.74, 79.49)


State: National Capital Territory Of Delhi

Country: India

Nearest Railway Station: New Delhi (NDLS)

Nearest Airport: Indira Gandhi

Nearest Bus Stand: Delhi


State: Uttarakhand

Country: India

Nearest Railway Station: Rishikesh (RKSH)

Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant

Package Exclusion
Points to Note

  • Breakfast & Dinner (Veg)
  • Pick-Up and Drop from New Delhi.
  • Hotel Accommodations (Quad Sharing)
  • All Toll Tax, Parking, Fuel and Driver Allowances
  • Upto 4 pax : Dzire Car and 5 pax and above : Bolero, Scorpio, Innova, Innova Crysta (Special Rates)
  • Tempo Traveller (For Groups)
  • Best Season and time to Visit Badrinath

    The Badrinath Temple is open for devotees from May to October every year. For the rest of the year, the temple remains shut due to extreme weather conditions. The best time to visit Badrinath is at 4:30 in the morning when the first pooja of the day takes place for the deity of Lord Vishnu. The last pooja for the day in the evening too is a memorable event to watch.

    Places To Go To in Badrinath

    • Tapt Kund
    • Vyas Gufa
    • Ganesh Gufa
    • Bheem Pul
    • Narad Kund


    What is the opening and closing time of the Badrinath Temple?

    The Badrinath temple is open for devotees from 4:30 am in the morning till 1:00 pm in the afternoon. Again, it opens at 4:00 pm in the evening till 9:00 pm in the night.

    Where can the registration for visiting the Badrinath temple be done?

    The easiest mode to complete the registration is by visiting the Badrinath website. There are also a few stalls in Rishikesh, Haridwar, and Pandukeshwar which help you in the registration process.

    What is the best way to commute to Badrinath from Delhi?

    Badrinath is approximately 540 kilometers away from Delhi. As Badrinath is well connected by roads, traveling by a sturdy vehicle like an SUV or tempo traveler/bus is considered to be the safest and most comfortable option to reach Badrinath. It is always beneficial for you if you hire a tour operator service or a cab service from Delhi to Badrinath and back.

    How is the terrain to drive from Delhi to Badrinath?

    Till Rishikesh from Delhi it is a flat terrain after which the ride can go a little bumpy due to hilly terrain. It is best if you hire a cab service from Delhi to reach Badrinath as the drivers are well-experienced to drive in this terrain.

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