Yamunotri Travel Guide

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Yamunotri Travel Guide Uttarakhand

Yamunotri, located at an elevation of 3293 meters in the Garhwal Himalayas, is endowed with an abundance of exquisiteness and magic. It is one of the sacred centers in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, surrounded on all sides by lofty mountains.

Yamunotri, the source of the majestic Yamuna River, is well-known for its thermal springs, tranquil atmosphere, and glaciers, making it one of the most sought-after pilgrimage destinations in India. A dip in the Yamuna River is also thought to bring heavenly blessings. Yamunotri is ideal for those who enjoy scouting craggy peaks and deep woods.

Places to Visit in Yamunotri

Temple of Yamunotri:

Yamunotri Temple, located at an elevation of 3030m in the holy town of Yamunotri, is a popular destination for devotees from all over the world. It was built in the nineteenth century and has been destroyed twice by natural disasters. The temple is dedicated to the Yamuna River, and the idol installed within it is garlanded.

Surya Kund

It is the location where rice and potatoes are boiled and served as Prasad. With a temperature of 1900 F, the water is extremely warm. This hot water spring is known as Surya Kund and is located near the Yamunotri temple.

Janki Chatti:

Janki Chatti, one of Yamunotri’s most popular tourist attractions, is only 3 kilometers away. It includes the last village in the area and the devotees are rendered with modest facilities over here. One must take a dip in the hot water springs of Janki Chatti which is the main appeal of the Yamunotri itinerary and it is quite mystifying that in such pleasant surroundings how the springs remain hot.

Kharsali:

A lovely spot near Janki Chatti, Kharsali is one of Yamunotri’s most popular tourist destinations. It represents nature at its finest. Another lovely attraction is a very old shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Barkot:

Barkot, only 49 kilometers from Yamunotri, is known for its ancient shrines and peaceful atmosphere. Throughout the year, both tourists and locals visit.

How to Reach Yamunotri

By Air: Jolly Grant airport in Dehradun would be the closest airport to make it to Yamunotri, about 227km away. Delhi International Airport is located at a distance of 495km from the holy city of Yamunotri.

By Rail: The nearest railheads to Yamunotri are in Dehradun and Rishikesh/Haridwar, which are 175km and 200km away, respectively. Both stations are well connected to India’s major cities. Moreover, one can hire a taxi from these stations to reach Yamunotri.

By Road: One must park their vehicle at Hanuman Chatti because there is no road from here. People must trek 14 kilometers from there to reach Yamunotri. Bus services are also available from cities such as Delhi and Rishikesh.

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