Chardham Yatra Taxi Service 2024

``Feel The Peace in Dev Bhoomi ``

Char dham Taxi Service

Chardham Yatra Taxi Service


Are you Interested in Planning a Holy trip to Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand.? You are at the right place, our “SRM Team” will help You to enjoy the Holy trip of Char Dham Yatra by Taxi/ Bus/Traveller with family and friends for a whole trip. We will plan & book your Chardham Yatra Taxi Service & Tour Package.

Chardham Yatra Tour refers to the 4 Hindu religious sites in the Uttarakhand state of India. These are Yamunotri, Gangotri, Badrinath, and Kedarnath. Nestled in the lap of the majestic Himalayas, these four sites are the epicenter of religious activity in north India.

Available Vehicles for Chardham Yatra Tour Package 2024:

  • AC Sedan (Car: Dzire/ Etios)
  • AC 7 seater (Car: SUVs or Innova)
  • Prime SUV (Car: Innova Crysta)
  • AC Tempo Traveller up to ( 9, 12, 16 & 24 seater)
  • Maharaja tempo traveler (10 & 12 seaters)
  • Mini Coach / Buses up to ( 27, 41 Seaters )

Per Day Chardham Yatra Taxi Fare :

  • Rs. 4800 per Day (Car: Dzire/ Etios)
  • Rs. 6500 per Day (Car: SUV)
  • Rs. 7500 per Day (Car: Innova Crysta)
  • Rs. 9800 per Day (Tempo Traveler)


Chardham Yatra Opening Dates 2024

Chardham Temples

Opening Dates

Closing Dates

Yamunotri Temple

10 May 2024 

31 Oct, 2024 (Tentative)

Gangotri Temple

10 May 2024 

2 Nov, 2024 (Tentative)

Kedarnath Temple

11 May 2024 

2 Nov, 2024 (Tentative)

Badrinath Temple

11 May 2024 

9 Nov, 2024 (Tentative)


Yamunotri Dham Yatra

Get Complete Details

Yamunotri Temple, or Suryaputri Yamunotri Temple is dedicated to River Goddess Yamuna or Ma Yamuna. Yamunotri is the 1st Dham that we visit in our Chardham yatra. From Haridwar, it’s 222 km & 8-9 hour journey &... Click to Read More....

The temple at Yamunotri marks the source of another sacred river “Yamuna” which from  Yamunotri glaciers on the western edge of the Bandarpoochh (Paravat(mountain) peak (6,315 m). The temple was built by the ‘Maharani Gularia’ of Jaipur in the 19th Century. There is a number of thermal springs in the vicinity of the temple which flow into numerous pools. Nearby there is Jamuna Bai Kund built about 100 years ago which is used for the holy bath. The water is pleasantly warm and relaxing. The ‘Pandas’ or the Pujari of Yamnotri come from the village of Kharsala which is on the other bank of the Yamuna near Janki Chatti.  The most important of these is ‘Suryakund’.

  • Surya Kund: There are several thermal springs in the vicinity of the temple, which flow into numerous pools. The most important of these is Surya Kund.
  • Divya Shila: A rock pillar, worshipped before entering the Yamunotri Temple.
  • Hanuman Chatti: 13 km from Yamunotri. The confluence of Hanuman, Ganga, and Yamuna river, from where the trek ‘Dodi Tal’ (3307 mt) starts.
  • Another picturesque place from Yamunotri is Sayanachatti (18km). ‘Chamba’ (a climb of 1,524 m).
  • Janki Chatti: 0.5 km from Yamunotri, it is noted for its thermal springs, where tourists can enjoy a refreshing bath.
  • Ayana Chatti: 27 km from Barkot and 18 km from Yamunotri is a scenic spot on the banks of the river Yamuna.

Routes to reach Yamunotri Dham from Haridwar

 Haridwar →Rishikesh → Barkot→ Hanumanchatti  →Yamunotri Dham. 

Opening & Closing Dates of Yamunotri Dham in 2024

Yamunotri Temple opens on Akshaya Tritiya, which is in the month of April, and closes on Diwali, in the month of November. In 2024, the Yamunotri Temple opening & closing dates are 10 May 2024 and 31 October 2024.


Gangotri Dham Yatra

Get Complete Details

Gangotri which is the origin point of river Ganga, is a town of Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. The Gangotri Temple is dedicated to River Ganga (Ganges) & is the 2nd Dham which you will visit after the darshan at Yamunotri.... Click to Read More....

The Ganges is India’s most sacred river. Hindus believe its waters to have flowed eternally. Its source is said to be the summit of Mt. Meru; the mythical mountain at the center of the universe. From there the river descends to earth via Lord Shiva’s matted hair, which cushions its falls. Hindus worship it as the goddess Ganga and the great cities of Varanasi, Allahabad, and Hardwar on its banks are amongst the most important pilgrim places in India. Pilgrims bathe in the Ganges to cleanse themselves of the Marma of previous and current lives, and so ensure an auspicious rebirth. The closest temple to the sources of the Ganges lies 10,300 feet up in the small mountain village of Gangotri, half a day of the climb on foot from the town of Rishikesh. “Gaumukh” the actual source of the Ganges is at 13,858 feet; a further day’s walk ahead to where the Gangotri glacier meets the Bhagirathi river. Prayer flags and small shrines mark the source & a good place to meditate in solitude.

The other places of pilgrimage near Gangotri are :

  • Surya Kund,
  • Submerged Shivling
  • Vishnu Kund
  • Brahma Kund
  • Bhaironghati
  • Bhavishya Badri Temple

Routes to reach Gangotri Dham from Haridwar

 Haridwar →Rishikesh → Barkot→  Uttarkashi →Gangotri Dham. 

Opening & Closing Dates of Gangotri Dham in 2024

Gangotri Temple opens in the month of November. In 2024, the Yamunotri Temple opening & closing dates are 10 May 2024 and 02 November 2024.


Kedarnath Dham Yatra

Get Complete Details

Kedarnath, the 3rd dham of the Char dham Yatra, is situated near Chorabari Glacier. The Kedarnath Temple is dedicated to Shiv ji..... .. Click to Read More....

It is located at a height of 11,742 feet(3580 m) near the head of the river Mandakini. Kedarnath is a famous pilgrim site for Lord Shiva devotees. According to the legend, Lord Shiva wished to elude the Pandavas and took refuge in Kedarnath. The lingam at Kedarnath, unlike its usual form, is pyramidal and is regarded as one of the 12 Jyotirlingas.

  • The shrine is closed on the first day of Kartik (Oct-Nov) and reopened in Vaishakh (Apr-May).
  • During 9 months of closure, the shrine is submerged in snow, and worship is performed at Ukhimath.
  • Kedarnath Dham is accessible by a 13 km trek through a hilly paved path (horses or palanquins are available for rent) from Gaurikund.

Mythological History of Kedarnath Temple,..... .. Click to Read More....

As the legend goes, in the Mahabharata, while on their Himalaya pilgrimage, the Pandavas decided to pay homage to Lord Shiva. But Lord Shiva was not interested in meeting them as they were guilty of Gotra Hatya (killing their brethren). Seeing the Pandavas coming, the Lord disguised himself as a bull. But the Pandavas saw through Shiva’s disguise. Realizing that his disguise had not worked the bull tried to plunge himself beneath the ground. But Bhima was swift and held on the hind legs of the bull, thus preventing it from vanishing. In the struggle that ensued different parts of Lord Shiva’s body appeared at various places in Kedarkhand. The forehead showed up at Pashupatinath in Kathmandu, the hump of the bull at Kedarnath, the torso including the navel at Madhmaheshwar, the arms at Tungnath, the face at Rudranath, and the matted hair at Kalpeshwar. The Indian Panch Kedar trek includes all five shrines associated with the Kedar legend. All of them are situated in the Kedar Valley.

Routes to reach Kedarnath Dham from Haridwar

 Haridwar →Rishikesh → Kaudiyala→  Rudraprayag →Sitapur/Rampur → Gaurikund → Kedarnath

Opening & Closing Dates of Kedarnath Dham in 2024

The holy shrines of Kedarnath open every year with the advent of summer in April-May and close with the starting of winter months October-November.

The Kedarnath opening & closing dates are 11 May 2024 and 02 November 2024.


Badrinath Dham Yatra

Get Complete Details

The fouth dham is Badrinath temple, which is dedicated to Shri Hari Vishnu & is visited by both travellers travelling Chardham Yatra of Uttarakhand .. Click to Read More....

Badrinath is one of the itineraries of the every devout Hindu. The present temple was built about 2 centuries ago by the Kings of Gharwal. The principal idol in the temple is of black stone and represents Lord Vishnu seated in a meditative pose, and flanked by Narayan. Badrinath is also known as Vishal Badri. The temple remains closed from October to April due to severe winter conditions. The famous hot spring of Taptkund and Suryakund is just below the temple. A dip considered holy and refreshing to the body, as well as the soul, is a must before offering prayers to Shri Badrinath.

Mythological History of Badrinath Dham, .. Click to Read More....

It is believed that worshipping at this shrine is a means of liberating the soul from the bound of transmigration.

The original temple that was here is said to have been of very great antiquity, dating back to the times when the Vedas were written. It was destroyed by avalanches or by Buddhists. It is said that the image of Badrinath had been thrown into the Alaknanda during the time of the Buddhist era and was later retrieved and reinstalled by Adi Shankara during the following Hindu revival. The present temple is believed to have been established by him. Others say the present temple was built about 400 years ago by the king of Garhwal. The temple looks modern now with a colorful “Singh Dwara” or the main entrance gate.

The idol of Lord Badri Vishal is made of a black stone hologram. The details are not well defined, perhaps the result of weathering, when thrown in the Naradkund for several years. The Lord is seated in a “padmasana posture.

The temple is divided into three parts – the “Garbagriha”, the “darshan mandap” and the “sabha mandap“. The idol of Lord Badri Vishal is seated in the innermost part – Garbhagriha. The canopy is covered with a sheet of gold, and this was an offering made by queen Ahilyabai. Badrivishal is flanked by the idols of Nar Narayan on the right and of Kubera and Narada on the left. The other important idols are those of Uddhava and Garuda (Vishnu’s vehicle). In the courtyard of the temple, to the right, stands a small shrine dedicated to Lakshmi, Vishnu’s consort, and the idols of Ghantakaran (the Kshetrapal on guard), Hanuman, and Ganesa stand in the wings. The darshan mandap is a small rectangular area where puja is performed. It accommodates only a few people.

The sabha mandap is an outer hall where the devotees stand for darshan and it is only possible for a few people to attend it. As a rule, each puja must be preceded by a “holy dip” in the Taptakund. Some of the special morning pujas are “Abhishek”, “Mahabhishek”, “Srimad-Bhagwat”, and “Gita-path”.

Routes to reach Badrinath Dham from Haridwar

 Haridwar →Rishikesh → Kaudiyala→  Rudraprayag →Joshimath→ Badrinath

Opening & Closing Dates of Badrinath Dham in 2024

The Badrinath Temple opening & closing dates are 11 May 2023 and 09 November 2024.

Chardham Yatra Taxi Service 2024

Car Rental Fare

Car Rental Fare For Chardham Yatra Tour

Vehicle ( Car/Bus/ Tempo)

Ex Haridwar Per Day Cost

Ex Delhi Per Day Cost

Swift Dzire

INR 4500

INR 4800

Toyota Etios

INR 4500

INR 5000

SUV Cars For Chardham Yatra

Maruti Ertiga

INR 6000

INR 6500

Toyota Innova

INR 6500

INR 7000

Innova Crysta

INR 7000

INR 7500

Bus (Coach)/Tempo Travellers 

Tempo Traveler ( 12 Seater)

INR 9000

INR 9500

Tempo Traveler ( 16 Seater)

INR 10,000

INR 10,500

Bus (27 Seater Push Back Coach)

INR 165000

INR 2,10,000

Bus (41 Seater Non-PB)

NR 175000

INR 2,25000

If any of the above is not within your requirements for Char Dham taxi services then please send us the details of your tour Taxi services and we shall get back with a quote like Badrinath Taxi services, Kedarnath taxi services, Gangotri Taxi services, and Yamunotri taxi services reasonable price.

  • Fuel expenses including Driver Services are included in the above price.
  • Maximum person allows Deluxe car 4, Innova 6, Tempo Traveler 12, Mini coach 14, Large 27, and 41.
  • The rental Price is Per Car.

Please read our Terms and Conditions: If the above does not match your requirement for taxi services/ car rental, then Send us your travel details for a free quote

  • Chardham taxi services rates can be changed in May and Jun so please clear the all details before the booking.
  • All the additional charges will be payable directly to the driver in cash.

You can ask our Tour Manager, Mr. Singh, at +917017392722 for more information or fill out the contact form at the end of this page.


Chardham Car Rental

Our Fleet

Chardham Sedan Taxi Service

Sedan Car Models

1 to 4 pax

  • Maruti Swift Dzire
  • Toyota Etios
  • Hyundai Xcent
  • Indigo
Innova Taxi Service

SUV Car Models

1 to 6 pax

  • Toyota Innova
  • Innova Crysta
  • Maruti Ertiga
  • Tavera
  • Mahindra Xylo
Tempo Traveller Rental

Tempo Traveller Models

1 to 16 pax

  • 9-Seater Tempo Traveller
  • 12-Seater Tempo Traveller
  • 16-Seater Tempo Traveller
  • Maharaja Luxury 12-Seater Traveller
Mini coach for chardham yatra

Mini Bus & Coach

20 to 41 pax

  • 21-Seater Mini Coach ( Push Back)
  • 27-Seater Bus ( Push Back)
  • 41 Seater Bus ( Both Push back & Non-PB)

Contact Us


This helps us prevent spam, thank you.

You can ask directly to our Tour Manager Mr.Singh +919520143837 for more information or fill this contact form.


Ek Dham or One Dham Yatra

Book our taxi tour for any one of the Char Dham temples with us. Where you plan to visit one of any 4 temples of Char Dham Yatra, which are:

  • Yamunotri
  • Gangotri
  • Kedarnath
  • Badrinath

 One Dham Yatra tour duration is a minimum of 3Nights/4 Days

To Know our Taxi fare, Please call Mr.Singh at +917017392722


Do Dham Yatra Package

Book our Do Dham Yatra tour from Haridwar, where you will visit any 2 Dham from any of Char Dham.

  • Kedarnath & Badrinath
  • Gangotri & Yamunotri
  • Or you can choose yours

 2 Dham Yatra tour duration is a minimum of 5 Nights/6 Days

To Know our Taxi fare, Please call Mr.Singh at +917017392722


Char Dham Yatra Package

Book our taxi tour for the best time: everyone’s favorite Char Dham Yatra, wherein you will visit all 4 temples with us which are:

  • Yamunotri
  • Gangotri
  • Kedarnath
  • Badrinath

 Char Dham Yatra tour duration is a minimum of 9 Nights/10 Days

To Know our Taxi fare, Please call Mr.Singh at +917017392722 


× How can I help you?