Hemkund Sahib Tour Package
Set amidst soaring natural covering mountains and lying beside a lake of pristine blue water, the Sikh shrine of Sri Hemkund European appearance, even to the not-particularly-pious, an area of just about unbelievable beauty and peace. Seven peaks - called the capturing- surround the shrine, looming over lush inexperienced pastures. The lake's rocky shores area unit lined with snow through most of the year, however, once the snows soften, the virtually legendary chromatic flower called the Brahma Kamal, the `Lotus of the Gods', blooms amidst the rocks. it is a place of a rather wild and wild beauty- and one in every of Sikhism's most significant shrines.
This is very much prepared to suit a thousand pioneers in its four substantial structures. Every one of the rooms, despite the fact that not outfitted, are covered and very comfortable, particularly the ones confronting the stream. Beddings and covers are given by the Gurudwara as well.
From the scaffold cross the Alakananda (at Gobindghat), it is 14 km to the following settlement, Ghangharia, or Gobind Dham as the Sikhs call it. Ghangharia is really an expansive knoll; a visitor rest house and the gurdwara are the main working of any centrality. The rest are simply impermanent shacks, possessed just sometimes by roaming shepherds or a few businesspeople who come amid the journey season. An accomplished trekker may discover the stroll to Ghangharia simple; the track runs up and down the Bhyundyar Ganga, rising and plunging at customary interims, subsequently giving the trekker adequate rest from the two sorts of strains. One goes through a shifted timberland of numerous sorts of trees and a few glades secured with dandelions. The timberland floor is thick with plants and immense rocks secured with numerous kinds of greenery. There are two interesting towns on the way: Pulns, 3 km out of Gobindghat, and Bhyundyar, only 5 km shy of Ghangharia. The walk, however troublesome, is by and by invigorating; one is awestruck with blissful shouts over the unblemished excellence of the mountains and springtime blossoms.
The Hemkund Lake
This is around 2 km in circuit. One would be wheezed in awestruck marvel at the main sight of Hemkund. The solidified lake and all the virgin snow around is a clearly radiant sight. The reasonable, still water of the lake mirrors the Saptashringa Peaks (5,500 m) that encompass it. Bits of ice glide on the waters amongst July and September, the best season to visit Hemkund. The stone strewn shores of the lake are secured with greenery and blossoms in sprout. To the extent the eye can see, down the length of the valley, up the lower mountain slants, there are blooms and blossoms, and still more blossoms. More than a thousand Himalayan assortments of blooms, greeneries, and herbs are massed in the valley in all their delicate magnificence and scented sweetness. The waterfalls blazing white against the mountainsides, nothing is more striking than the valley's total sprout of dazzling flawlessness. There would not be another living thing in locate. The main sound one can hear would most likely be one's own sound. Going to this place could be viewed as the experience with the exemplification of outright peace and crude common magnificence. It doesn't take much creative ability to see how the place came to be viewed as a profound power put.
Visit to Hemkund A little more than 9,000 feet above ocean level, Auli in the Garhwal Himalayas is a prologue to a wild, invigorating new universe of speed that most sensible men would avoid. On the testing slants of Nanda Devi, skiers can race downhill at more than 130 km for each hour. Once a costly game restricted to the advantaged few, the overwhelming, adrenalin-creating interest of skiing has been brought inside the range of the basic individual at Auli-India's most up to date ski resort.
There is a sanctuary worked by the considerable master and otherworldly instructor Adi Shankaracharya over 1,200 years back. The sanctuary still exists, as does the antiquated sanctuary of Ugra Narasimha with the striking man-lion type of Vishnu, the Preserver in the Hindu Trinity. Around 12 km from Gobindghat is found the lovely Valley of Flowers, an icy hallway 8 km long and 2 km in width. Its floor inclines from very nearly 3,500 m above ocean level up to just about 4,000 m. Consistent with its name, the valley is covered with wildflowers amid the storm season. Of the numerous species which exist together in this one of a kind biological community, the most mainstream among guests are the Himalayan blue poppy local to the district, the unprecedented assortments of primulas and orchid which blossom amid June, and the impatiens, potentillas, and campanulas which paint the valley pink, red, and purple amid July and August.
Closest airplane terminal is Jolly Grant, 307 kms. Dehradun 334 kms.)
Closest railhead is Rishikesh, 293 kms.
Hemkund Saheb is 5 Kms. from Ghangharia, which is receptive by walking from Govindghat which is associated by street with Rishikesh, Kotdwara, Dehradun, Haridwar, Nainital, Ranikhet and other essential slope stations of Garhwal and Kumaon Hills.
Hemkund Sahib Opening Date 2018
The opening date of Hemkund Sahib is still not declared but may be it would be 25 May 2018 (Approximate)
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Haridwar to Haridwar|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.|
Payment and Refund
40 % advance and balance at the time of trip start.
Full refund if canceled before 30 days of tour.
50% refund is canceled before 15 days of tour.
25% refund if canceled before 7 days of tour.
No refund if canceled in last 7 days of tour.