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Char Dham Yatra by Helicopter

27/04/2018

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In Hindu tradition the Char Dham Yatra belongs to the TOP 3 pilgrimages in India, next to the visit of the famous Kumbh Mela (the world’s largest gathering of sadhus, saints and seekers) and the Shakti Peethas (where the Mother Goddess is worshipped).

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A pilgrimage is a journey or search of spiritual significance, typically done to a sacred place, such as a temple. Often people go on a pilgrimage when they are at a crossroad in their lives, when undergoing a change in their life’s direction or relationships. Others may be in search of mystical insights, healing and forgiveness. 

A pilgrimage is traditionally done by foot, with minimal luggage (if any at all) and great faith. Not only is a pilgrimage tour a physical challenge, but also demands the traveller’s openness (to meet new people, change plans or improvise when something turns out differently than originally planned). Whatever challenge or blessing is experienced on the way to the holy destination (and back home) can be understood as a signal or lesson for one’s personal growth. 

So pilgrimages can be a life-changing, transformational experience. It is the time of letting go of the old to let the new come in. Pilgrims don’t merely visit a place as tourists, they come away inspired and changed by it in some way. Going on pilgrimage may give us a new sense of awareness and wonder. 

Apart from the classic trip by car, we offer also Helicopter Tour Packages:

2 Dham Yatra in a Single Day:
Visiting Kedarnath & Badrinath, incl VIP Darshan and Lunch;
Helicopter trip ex Haridwar;

Char Dham Yatra in 4 Nights/5 Days:
Visiting Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath & Badrinath, incl Darshan
Accommodation, meals and local sightseeing;

For prices and further details, please contact our team: 

Sohan Tours & Travel
Badrinath Road (next to Kentura Plaza)
Laxman Jhula/Tapovan, 249192 Rishikesh (Uttarakhand)

INDIA
mobile (India): +91 9557 417765
or: +91 9358 574861
sohantoursandtravel(at)gmail.com

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