1. When is the best time for Do Dham yatra by Helicopter?
April - July is considered as the peak time for Do Dham yatra. The climate remains moderate between March to June with an average of 18°C.
2. Is Badrinath and Kedarnath same?
No, both Bardrinath and Kedarnath are different Dhams. While Badrinath is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Kedarnath is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
3. Which Dham should I visit first?
Under Do Dham Yatra, you should visit Kedarnath first and then Badrinath. If you are opting for Chardham yatra, the sequence goes – Yamunotri – Gangotri – Kedarnath – Badrinath.
4. How long is the kedarnath trek?
Starting from Gauri kaun, the steep trek at Kedarnath is about 16 km. Most of the packages facilitate palki or pony facility. However, it is considered as one of the riskiest treks in India, yet one of the busiest treks due to its sanctity in Hinduism.
5. How the weather is going to be?
As both the Dhams are above 8500 ft., the climate at this altitude is highly unpredictable. Generally, the weather remains sunny or rainy. Hence it is recommended that the travelers should be prepared for both the Dhams.
6. How the food will be arranged?
Depending on the arrivals and departures, the breakfast and lunch is inclusive in the Do Dham Yatra by Helicopter. Any addition order beside this shall be chargeable extra.
7. What are the general raveling recommendations for Do Dham Yatra by Helicopter?
Here are some of the guidelines which can ease Do Dham yatra:
- Instead of trek at the high altitudes, prefer palki or pony
- Carry sunscreen/Vaseline or cold cream to protect yourself from sunburn.
- Keep your contact details handy in case of emergency
- Keep a spare pair of clothes and some eatables in a water proof bag
- Carry a torch and raincoat/umbrella along with some cash
- Wear suitable comfortable clothes which can ease your travelling
- Avoid wearing slippers and prefer sport shoes
- In case of experiencing symptoms of headache, vomiting, extreme tiredness or nausea, contact immediately to the concerned person.