Badrinath in Chamoli district of Himalayan state of Uttarakhand is among the four pilgrimages of the Hindus. Nestled amidst the snow-capped peaks
of the Himalayas, Badrinath Dham is a prime centre of religious tourism of India. This lofty abode of Lord Vishnu along with Nara-Narayana shrine is one of the
four holiest places (Char Dham) in India, the other three being Dwarka, Jagannathpuri and Rameshwarm. Badrinath tour packages are mostly part of Uttarakhand’s
Char Dham Yatra, comprising four holy Hindu destinations Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri & Yamunotri. Solely Badrinath Dham can also be visited. Standalone Badrinath
tour or Char Dham Yatra starts from Haridwar. Every Hindu faithful considers Badrinath Dham as the supreme place of pilgrimage in Uttarakhand. They aspire it to
visit at least once in a lifetime. The Hindu scriptures advise the Hindu pilgrims to visit this shrine once at least if they desire to complete their pilgrimage.
Badrinath tour comprises visit to Vyas Gupha (Vyas Cave), Bhimpul or Bhimshila, Vasudhara – a perpendicular waterfall, and hot water ponds - Narad Kund & Surya Kund.
Trip to Badrinath is journey through beautiful valleys of the Himalaya. Badrinath, the paradise on earth, is situated in a cup like valley with Narayan Parvat on one side and Nara Parvat on another. The roars of the Alakananda stream create musical chores pleasing the human ear. More than ten lac devotees visit Badrinath shrine every year.