Tour package dedicated to Hindu Goddess Maa Maya Devi, Maa Surkunda Devi, Maa Kunjapuri Devi and Maa Chandrbadani Devi in Uttarakhand. This tour starts from Delhi to Devaprayaga and complets in 5 Nights and 6 Days.
5 Nights 6 Days Goddess Triangle Tour Packages
Day 01: Delhi to Haridwar(220 Km/6-7hrs journey one way) Height: 312 MTS.
Meet our driver at Delhi airport /station / hotel / home and drive to Haridwar. Check into the hotel arrival in Haridwar. Evening visit Daksh Temple & Maya Devi Temple in Haridwar. Overnight stay at Haridwar.
Haridwar: The holy city of Haridwar translates to "Gateway to God," and the breathtaking city, replete with temples, is a magnet for religious pilgrims from all over the globe. Religious festivals hold even further draw, and tourists can’t helped but be compelled by the city’s aura of intense spirituality. Haridwar is one of the seven holiest places of the Hindus, located on the banks of River Ganges. The sheer numbers of people gathering around Har-ki-PairiGhat give Haridwar a chaotic but reverent feel.
Haridwar Weather: Hot in summer, the temperature ranges from 30-40 degree Celsius. Cold in winters.
Day 02: Haridwar toSurkanda Devi Temple toKanatal / Dhanulti(120 Km/2-3hrs journey one way) Height: 2,684 MTS..
Morning after breakfast, check out from the hotel & drive for Kanatal.Visit Maa Surkanda Devi Temple in Kanatal near Dhanulti. Overnight stay at Kanatal / Dhanulti.
Maa Surkanda Devi is a Hindu sanctuary arranged near the little retreat village of Dhanaulti in the town Uniyalgaon of Tehri District. It is at a height of around 2510 meters lies near close by slope stations of Dhanaulti (8 km) and Chamba (22 km)walking separation of approx 3 km from Kaddukhal, where vehicles are left. It is encompassed by thick timberlands and manages a beautiful perspective on the encompassing locale including the Himalayas toward the north, and certain urban areas Dehradun, Rishikesh. The Ganga Dusshera celebration is commended each year among May and June and during Navratri Festival pulls in many individuals. This is a sanctuary which is arranged among the trees of roundish. It is secured with haze more often than not of the year.
Kanatal is a little town in the province of Uttarakhand, India. Kanatal is 78 km from Dehradun (capital of the State Uttarakhand), 38 km from Mussoorie and 12 km from Chamba. It is on the Chamba-Mussoorie street and almost 300 km from Delhi. A couple of decades prior there was a little lake or taal (lake). When it evaporated, individuals began calling it kaanataal. By that the name of close by zone is Kanatal. Indians as a rule utilize the word kaana for dry well or lake in Hindi language.
Kanatal Weather: Pleasant in summer, the temperature ranges from 10-20 degree Celsius. Cold in winters
Day 03: Kanatal / Dhanultito Kunjapuri to Rishikesh(90kms / 3/4hrs journey one way) Height: 410 MTS.
Morning after breakfast, drive for Kausani via Almora. Visit Golu Devta Mandir & Nanda Devi Temple in Almora. Later drive for Kausani. Check into the hotel arrival in Kausani. Overnight stay at Kausani.
Kunjapuri sanctuary is outstanding amongst other visit spots of Tehri Gharwal area not because of its story related to divine creatures and goddesses also for the widely inclusive point of view of Garhwal Himalayan zeniths like Swarga Rohini, Gangotri, Banderpunch and Chaukhamba toward the north and Rishikesh, Haridwar and Doon Valley toward the south it provides for the visitors. The haven Kunjapuri is organized on the most elevated purpose of the slant Kunjapuri 1,676m. high, 7 km a long way from Narendra Nagar, around 15 km from Rishikesh and 93 km from Devaprayag favoring the observers.
Rishikesh: Named after the Lord Vishnu, Rishikesh is a sacred city for Hindus. Situated in the lower regions of the Himalaya in northern India it is otherwise called the yoga focal point of the world and is home to numerous widely acclaimed ashrams. Rishikesh styles itself as the 'Yoga Capital of the World', with masses of ashrams and a wide range of yoga and contemplation classes. The quick streaming Ganges is encompassed by forested slopes inside the city. Aside from sanctuaries and ashrams Rishikesh is currently a well known wilderness boating focus, explorer hang-out, and door to treks in the Himalaya.
Rishikesh Weather: Hot in summer, the temperature ranges from 30-40 degree Celsius. Cold in winters.
Day 04: Rishikesh to Devprayag (90kms / 3/4hrs journey one way) Height: 1,010 MTS.
Early morning there is another option to visit Kunjapuri Temple for beautiful Sunrise. Later after breakfast, check out from the hotel & drive for Devprayag.Visitb Raghunath Mandir & confluence of Alaknanda& Bhagirathi (Ganga) at Devprayag. Overnight stay at Devprayag.
Devprayag (Deva prayaga): is a town and a nagar panchayat (region) in Tehri Garhwal locale in the province of Uttarakhand, India, and is one of the PanchPrayag (five conjunctions) of Alaknanda River where Alaknanda and Bhagirathi waterways meet and take the name Ganga. Customarily, it is viewed as where sage Dev Sharma drove his parsimonious life, conceiving an offspring its present name, Devprayag. It is one of the five sacrosanct conversions in the slopes and is a significant spot of journey for passionate Hindus. "Devaprayāga" signifies "Genuine Confluence" in Sanskrit. According to Hindu sacred texts, Devaprayaga is the consecrated occasion of combining two brilliant waterways, Alakananda and Bhagirathi, to shape the blessed Ganga.
Devprayag Weather: The average maximum temperature will be around 28° Celsius and the average minimum is 8° Celsius. Winter is very chilly with an average temperature of 5° Celsius.
Day 05: Devprayag to Chandrabadani to Devprayag (60kms drive / 3 Km trek up &down/4hrs journey both ways) Height: 1295 MTS.
Morningafter breakfast, drive for Chandrabadani Temple. Visit Chandrabadani Temple by trekking of 1.5 km. Later drive for Devprayag. Overnight stay at Devprayag.
Chandrabadani: is a mountain (2,277m above ocean level). On the outskirt of tahsil Devaprayag and Pratapnagar is the outstanding sanctuary of Chandrabadni Devi, lying at the highest point of the mountain around 10 km. north of Kandi Khal ( a spot on the Devaprayag-Kirti Nagar metalled street). Generally, it is viewed as where sage Dev Sharma drove his parsimonious life, conceiving an offspring its present name, Devprayag. It is one of the five sacrosanct junctures in the slopes and is a significant spot of journey for ardent Hindus. "Devaprayāga" signifies "Genuine Confluence" in Sanskrit. According to Hindu sacred writings, Devaprayaga is the holy occasion of consolidating two eminent waterways, Alakananda and Bhagirathi, to frame the heavenly Ganga.
Day 06: Devprayag to Delhi (320kms/8-9hrs journey one way)
Morning after breakfast, check out from the hotel & drive for Delhi.Drop at Delhi.
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