Monday, 21 May 2018

This is in lieu of the questionnaire that you wanted filled at the end of our trip.
At first thank you ery much for your help in organizing the tour for us at short notice.
We are happy and satisfied that we were able to visit all the places and have Darshan as per our broad schedule despite inclement weather during the first few days.
Santosh is an excellent driver and has been very helpful all the way through.
Anurag who was with us during most of our trip was very resourceful and had good contacts to get the helicopter to Kedarnath organized and to arrange for the Aarti at short notice.
He is knowledgeable about the places and their history, and was willing to answer our questions.
My wife has communicated to him one of our observations...the need to alert people like us if an interesting spot is nearing few minutes in advance so that we can either request a stop or get the cameras ready to click some pictures..
He was willing to make stops at our request though they were not explicitly in the programme(e.g. Dev Prayag)...For your information, such stops should be included in the programme, as they are part and parcel of the ' is possible to include them within the given time frame..
Brijesh who was with us at Haridwar and Rishikesh is very knowledgeable and fluent in English with views that are modern...
Anjit at your Hardwar office was very helpful in sorting out hotel issues...and in getting my son and daughter-in-law on the phone to talk to us when they were trying to reach us. My son in his e-mail to me was very appreciative of the help they received..especially in getting us connected by phone...
As for the hotels most were satisfactory...
Char Dham Camp was excellent. Staff were very helpful and was excellent... 
Villa Aadhya at Guptakashi too was very good. Courteous staff and good food..
Some ..not all...of the staff at Monal resort. Including at the restaurant were not polite...were rather rude...
South Indian food at Sarovar Portico Dehradun was so bad we chose mostly north Indian cuisine rest of the way....which was good in all restaurants..
In general we had very good experience and are satisfied.....the politeness and helpfulness shown to us made the trip enjoyable. Except for a few aberrations  that I noted above..
Finally, do you organize trips to Kailas and Manasarovar?..if you do let me know.
Best regards...and many thanks.

Saturday, 17 February 2018

Some Things Special About Chadham Yatra

Hello Friends, in today I will share you some information about Chadham Yatra which can be very useful in the future. Holy Chardham of Hindus located in India's Uttarakhand state. Due to being Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badratha, these are called Chardham. To go to this journey you must first know when this journey begins and how long it is going. The journey of Chardham was not turned on all the time because it was stopped for about 6 months because of snow in the winter. And sometimes it is also barred for a few days due to heavy rains in the rainy days. Now the question arises, how do you go? Where to go?

 So let us tell you that for this, you have to choose the Best ChardhamTour Operator in Haridwar. Here you will find many operators who will show you the Chardham. Here you can book a good company's best Chardham Tour Package in haridwar.
If I were to speak for myself, we had booked Chardham tour package from the Aananda Holidays. After you have booked the package in it, you will be free from the rest of the tension. They have good ones such as luxury buses, car rentals and many more. It also provides you the Best Chardham Helicopter Service if you are interested in it.

 Now the most important thing is to go for this trip, to keep in mind that there is a lot of cold over there because the height is high cold also increases, so you keep your warm clothes. Put both hot clothes to wear down and up. Because when the lower side goes upwards, the cold increases.

Because Chardham's journey takes a lot of time and this journey is too long. Sometimes, due to the traffic on the way, jam also takes place, smaller-heavy landslides also occur, the road gets jammed. So you should take some dry foods, fruits, chocolates, saline etc. to eat food. Be sure to keep a torch with you before going here, because the light goes on several times in the mountains, then this torch will be useful for you to climb or land. There is no fixed time for rains in the mountains, it often begins to rain after noon, so avoid a raincoat to avoid it.
Many people get vomited in the hilly way or they start hurting the head, if you have a fear of being clutched, then it is important that you take some medicines along with you like Paracetamol, Hajmola, Hing pill, orange pill etc.

Sunday, 28 January 2018

Opening Dates of Charm Dharm Yatra 2018

We are more than happy to inform all of you that this year the CharDharm /Himalayan/Yatra will start in third week of April. The dates are announced for Shri Gangotri and Shri Yamunotri Dham to open on 18th of April 2018. The most famous Shrine Shri Badrinath Dham will open on 30th April 2018 at 4:30 am morning. As the tradition Shri Kedarnath Dham always open before Badrinath th April 2018. The opening date for Kedarnath always announce on Mahashivaratri festival but this year the expected date will be either 26th April or 28th April 2018, therefore to prepare yourself for the Pilgrimage/Yatra/Tour in the last week of April 2018.

A traveler should prepare them self for mentally, physically and economically for the upcoming CharDham Yatra 2018 because the CharDham Yatra is a challenging journey in the Himalayas due to zig-zag roads and very limited accommodation on the places of Base Camp of the pilgrimage sites. Therefore it is advisable to book their accommodation in advance before leaving your home.

AANANDA HOLIDAYS is the best DMC in Uttarakhand who can help you to organize your CharDham Yatra/Tour in the Himalayas which is a government recognized and approved tour operator having excellent feedbacks of previous travelers who had booked their packages by
 Aananda Holidays and the most important Aananda Holidays is the approved agents to book Helicopter Tickets to Kedarnath as well as complete CharDham Yatra by charter. They can help you to book your package tour of CharDham Yatra from Delhi to Delhi, CharDham Yatra from Haridwar to Haridwar, CharDham from Dehradoon to Dehradoon due to have their own fleets.

NOTE  : The Bookings are already opened .

Monday, 22 January 2018

Adventure Experience of Chardham Yatra
Traveling Chardham is the dream of every Hindu religionist. In Chardham yatra Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath come in, which are situated in Uttarakhand state of India. The journey of these four is called Chardham yatra. If I tell the truth then I am very happy in the four dham yatra. 10th June 2017 I went out for Chardham Tour. Whenever you go on a trip, you also have to know who is the best travel agent, So I also wanted to know who to choose the best tour operator for Chardham. There are many companies in Haridwar that can make your Chhatham travel journey pleasant. In it Google can help you completely. I also resorted to Google and searched the Best Chardham Tour Operator In Uttarakhand Only then did many result appear. I chose Anand Holidays because they offer you service from Delhi. This is also right for Delhi.

The beginning of our Chardham Yatra begins with Yamunotri Dham. Yamunotri is a very beautiful holy place in Uttarakhand. Temple of goddess Yamuna is the main attraction of Yamunotri. It is surrounded by hills all around. Temple of Yamunotri is mainly opened in May, which is open from October to November, because in the last month the ice is frozen. 
The best time to visit Yamunotri Dham is from May to October. It comes after Yamunotri. Distance from Haridwar to Yamunotri Dham is around 247 km. Before Haridwar, you will reach Ramsikeshwar and then Narendra Nagar, Chamba, Tihri, Dharasu, Badkot, Shyana Chatti, to reach Yamunotri. You can meet many beautiful views of Uttarakhand while going from here.

After the visit of Yamunotri Dham, Now the second number in the Charnham Yatra comes from Gangotri. We visit Gangotri Dham, its 228 km from Yamunotri. According to Hindu religion, the Ganges River originated from Gangotri Dham, because the Ganges River originates from the glacier named Gangotri. Gangotri is known for its ancient temples and religious significance. Gangotri temple opens in May and is closed in November. The right time to visit here is from May to November.      
When you go from Yamunotri to Gangotri, you can see Janki Bai Chatti, Badkot, Dharasu, Uttarkashi,Maneri, Lanka, Bheroghati here.

Now the third number in the Charnham Yatra comes from Kedaradham. Now we went out towards Kedaradham, after a long journey we reached Kedaradham. To reach Kedarnath, we reached Kedarnath base camp, from Haridwar via Rishikesh which was about 200 kilometers away.

Here we also went to Gaurikund which is 76 km from Rishikesh. From Gaurikund we went to Jangalchatti, which is about 4 km from Gaurikund, is at the distance. After that we reached Neencheli while going through Rambada. Neinchinai is about 11 km away from Gaurikund. Then we reached Kedarnath by walking a distance of 11 km from the bottom. Many companies also provide Kedarnath helicopter services in which Aananda Holidays offers you the best Chardham Helicopter service in Uttarakhand. The atmosphere here was really good and this is a very exciting place. We worshiped in the temple of Kedarnath. People visit Kedarnath from far away. There was sunlight in the day but the effect of the cold was visible, and as soon as the sun shone then I felt very cold as it often happens in winter.


After going through three dhams, the number comes in Badrinath. You can reach Badridham while going from Rishikesh to Devprayag, Srinagar, Rudraprayag, Karan Pryang, Camoli, Govindghat to go here. Among these two temples, there are many shrines of temples like Basudev temple, Joshimath temple,Dhyanbadri temple, Bhaviyabadri temple, Nrasingh temple,Urgamv temple etc. Badrinath is situated at an elevation of 3150 meters on the Himalayas. Due to the high altitude, it also drops too much ice.