Badrinath is famous spot for tourism as provides various tourist Badrinath attractions for people for their Badrinath Holidays. You can reach here via air, road or train . Jolly Grant airport Dehradun is the nearest airport 312Km from Badrinath temple .The trip to Badrinath usually begins from Haridwar reaching Badrinath on bus or cab.
Badrinath Temple | Best time to Visit
April to November is considered best for Badrinath visit as winter is extremely cold and snow blocks the road. Monsoon months June-July-August and early September are also better avoided though Badrinath is the best route among all chhota Char Dham pilgrimages.
Badrinath Temple | HOW TO REACH?
By Air: Jolly Grant airport Dehradun is the nearest airport 312Km from Badrinath temple. You can hire cab or buses direct from Dehradun to Badrinath or go to Haridwar and Rishikesh and start your trip.
By Rail: Rishikesh railway station is the nearest railhead 295Km from Badrinath temple. You can find cab or buses to Badrinath temple from Rishikesh.
Mana Village: 3Km from Badrinath temple along the Alaknanda river, you will reach a small beautiful village Mana that houses Vyas Gufa where the writer of Mahabharata, sage Vyas had been born and meditated. Saraswati river is visible nearby Vyas Gufa and Ganesh Guha. You can also view Vasudhara waterfall and reach at the waterfall trekking 4Km from Mana village. The wooden houses with lovely balconies and houses with slate walls and roofs built in traditional style along the narrow stone paths in Mana village attract you the much locals attract you by their pleasing smiles and dearly interactions.
Neelkantha Temple: Surrounded by thick Oak and deodar forest, Neelkantha Mahadev Temple is situated 32Km away from Rishikesh and lies in Pauri Garhwal district of Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand at the place where people believe that lord Shiva had consumed the Venom that had emitted during the Sumandra Manthan. The Deva-Asura sculpture depicting the samundra manthan on top of the temple is symbolic. Devotees take bath in the natural spring in the temple complex before entering the temple premises.
Joshimath: Gateway to several mountain climbing expeditions, trekking route to major Char Dham pilgrimage Badrinath, Joshimath in Chamoli district of Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand is 6,150 meters above sea level. The Narsinha temple of Bhavishya Badri denoting the future Badri and one among Panch Badri sits majestically at Joshimath. Trek for 10Km and you will reach Tapovan with hot water spring and enthralling beauty of Dhauliganga comes to your sight.