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Revered as the origin of Yamuna river, the pilgrim centre (among one of the 'Chhota Char Dham') nestled in the laps of Garhwal Himalayas at 3293 mts high uses its natural elements to fascinate you with its visuals and create a spiritual charm.
This sacred home of sage Asti is surrounded by undulating peaks, Himalayan glaciers and thermal springs. Hindu mythologies hail Yamuna as the sister of Yama- the God of Death, and it is believed that a bath in Yamuna can make death painless. It appeals to all sorts of tourist from the pilgrims, to the ones in search of a romantic destination as well as adventure enthusiasts who are sure to find abundance of thrill and excitement in its grand and awe inspiring sceneries, given the location.
A pilgrimage hotspot. Peaceful and beautiful.
Only satvik food available, devoid of onion or garlic. Remains closed for 6 months. Local transport is not much developed.
Yamunotri is one of the sites for the Char Dham Yatra and a popular pilgrimage centre. It is an ideal place for rock climbing and trekking. A perfect destination for family, kids, couples and solo trip.
Yamunotri is not directly connected to the rest of India by any means. Some 198 km away is the Jolly Grant airport in Dehradun, which is the nearest airport that connects Yamunotri to the rest of I... (Read More)