Yoga Journey to Kedarnath

Dates: 18.09 - 30.09.2022
Destinations Covered: Delhi – Haridwar – Guptkashi – Rudraprayag – Kedarnath – Joshimath – Rudraprayag – Rishikesh - Delhi.

Yoga Journey to Kedarnath

Dates: 18.09 - 30.09.2022
Destinations Covered: Delhi – Haridwar – Guptkashi – Rudraprayag – Kedarnath – Joshimath – Rudraprayag – Rishikesh - Delhi.

This is an incredible journey where everyone can discover something new and be a part of India's rich history. A sacred place where you can gain peace of mind. From this place, we will pilgrimage to Kedarnath, visit the ashrams in Muni-Ki-Reti, immerse ourselves in the history of temples, enjoy the snow-covered Himalayan ranges, and bathe in thermal springs.

The Himalayan mountains are a perfect place for practice. A place where Meditation becomes as natural as breathing.


What is in tour?
Sacred places
Sacred places and ancient temples, bathing in thermal springs
Pilgrimage path to Kedarnath. This temple was founded 5000 years ago by famous Pandava brothers

Daily yoga practices with Masha Artamonova and Evgenia Maslova
Tour schedule
Duration: 12 nights / 13 days
Day 1. Delhi arrival
At the airport, you will be met by our team, who will provide a traditional Indian welcome and transportation to the hotel in Rishikesh.

Rishikesh is set along the right bank of the Ganga, at its confluence with the Chandrabhaga stream. Rishikesh is globally recognized as a holy pilgrimage along the Ganga. There is peace and tranquility in the atmosphere. This is where generations of saints and sages have come to commune with God. According to legend, in times long past, a sage, Raibhya Rishi, did penance to please God. Satisfied by his intense devotion, God appeared before Rishi as Hrishikesh. Today, Rishikesh is a center of yoga and meditation.
Evening visit Laxman Jhoola.

Upon arrival check in to hotel.

Evening yoga practice and meditation
Overnight in Rishikesh
Day 2. Rishikesh
Morning yoga practice and meditation
Departure for Haridwar (25 km). Haridwar is located in the foothills of the Himalayas, an ancient place of pilgrimage, revered for centuries. This city is dotted with temples and ashrams, visiting Haridwar is like stepping into a completely different world. To the north of the center of Haridwar is the point of Hari-ki-Pairi , it was here that a drop of Amrita nectar fell from the foaming of the oceans during the creation of the world, and Vishnu's footprint was preserved on the stone wall. Devotees gather here to bathe and worship the Ganges. We return to Rishikesh and visit ashrams and temples, Ram Jhula bridge, various Ghats and Ganga Arati (worship of the Goddess of the river and lowering diyas (floating lamps) into the river).

Overnight in Rishikesh
Day 3. Rishikesh- Guptkashi
Morning yoga practice
Trip to Guptkashi, Devprayag and Rudraprayag. Upon arrival in Guptkashi, check into our hotel. In the evening, we visit the temples of Kashi Vishwanath and Ardh Narishwar Mandir
Guptakashi located in the northern belt of the Himalayas in the valley of the Mandakini River, covered with lush green forests. Several streams and rivulets flow into the main river Mandakini. It has a favorable climate, and the altitude is about 1,319 meters (4,330 feet). In the morning hours, a beautiful view of the sparkling snow peak of Chaukhamba opens from here. Large magnolias grow in the valley (the locals call them Champa), which make the air sweet and fragrant.
Overnight in Guptkashi
Day 4. Guptkashi-Kedarnath
Morning yoga practice and meditation
We move to Gaurikund (32 km one way) - this is where our pilgrimage begins. Upon arrival, after a short rest, we start climbing to Kedarnath. (14 km pilgrimage route along a mountain road).
Kedarnath: is a small and inaccessible village at an altitude of 3584 meters above sea level, the main shrine of which is an ancient Shiva temple with a jyotirlingam - a self-manifested, natural murti in the form of a lingam.
Sri Kedarnath Dham is considered one of the four main pilgrimage sites in the Indian Himalayas and the main Shaivite shrine of the region. Kedarnath Temple is a majestic sight, it is located in the middle of a wide plateau surrounded by high snow-capped peaks. The current temple, built in the 8th century by Adi Shankaracharya, is located on the site of an earlier temple built by the Pandava brothers. The inner walls of the assembly hall are decorated with figures of various deities and scenes from mythology. Behind the door of the temple, a large statue of the Nandi Bull stands as a guardian. We will get Darshan (blessing) in the temple and also perform puja (worship). In the evening we will also visit the Adi Shankaracharya Samadhi place

Overnight in Kedarnath
Day 5. Kedarnath- Rudraprayag
Early morning Puja and darshan at the Temple, yoga practice and departure to Rudraprayag, upon arrival in Rudraprayag, check-in at the hotel. Walk around the city.

Evening yoga practice

Overnight in Rudraprayag
Day 6. Rudraprayag – Joshimath
Yoga practice and meditation

Moving to Jostimath Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel and walk around the city. Evening

Evening yoga practice and meditation.
Overnight in Joshimath
Day 7. Joshimath-Badrinath-Joshimath
Yoga practice
Departure to Shri Badrinath Ji. On the way we will visit Narsingh Temple, upon arrival we will have a holy Darshan and spend time in the village of Mana, the last village before the Tibetan border. Here we will visit:
Tapt Kund: Natural thermal springs on the banks of the Alaknanda River, where it is customary to take a bath before entering the Badrinath temple.
Narad Kund: An indentation in the river, near Tapt Kund, forming a basin from which the idol of Badrinath was taken.
Mata Murti Temple: Dedicated to the mother of Shri Badrinatha.
Bhim Pool: On the other side of Mana village, a massive rock that forms a natural bridge spans the roaring Saraswati River. It offers a breathtaking view of the water rattling down the narrow passage under the rock, and is believed to have been placed there by Bhim, the second in seniority among the five Pandava brothers.
Vyas Gufa (cave): Not far from the village of Mana, this is a rock cave where Ved Vyas is believed to have written the Mahabharata and Paurana commentaries.

Overnight in Joshimath
Day 8. Joshimath – Rudraprayag
Morning yoga practice
Trek back down to Govindhat. Upon arrival, meet with the driver and transfer to Rudraprayag. Check- in to the hotel. Rudraprayag: This is the confluence of the Mandakini and Alaknanda rivers.
Temples: Rudranath and Chamunda Devi, Koteshwar temple

Overnight in Rudraprayag
Day 9. Rudraprayag - Rishikesh
Morning yoga practice
Moving back to Rishikesh. Walking around, shopping.

Evening yoga practice
Overnight in Rishikesh
Day 10. Rishikesh
Morning yoga practice
Free time in Rishikesh, visiting around.

Evening yoga practice
Overnight in Rishikesh
Day 11. Rishikesh – Delhi
Morning yoga practice
After breakfast, transfer to Delhi. On the one hand, Delhi is the capital of India or the capital of the leading democracy in the world. And, on the other hand, Delhi is India in miniature; it is 3,287,263 sq. km of India's incredible diversity compressed into 1,483 sq. km. For millennia, Delhi has attracted the attention of rulers, harassed robbers, and provided historians with many details. Today, preserving the historical heritage, Delhi is a true cosmopolitan city, always on the move. Delhi is the center of power. Once it was a city of imperial power, then it turned into the seat of colonial power, later it was the center of bureaucratic power. Delhi has always been the center of political power. Today, it is also becoming an important center of corporate power. However, the most interesting feature of this city is its multinational character. Afternoon tour of New Delhi - visit to Qutab Minaret, Victory Tower. In its spacious courtyard stands the Iron Pillar, which dates from the 4th century AD and has a Sanskrit gupta inscription.
Overnight in Delhi
Day 12. Departure from Delhi
On time fly back to home
What would you get from tour?
Deep transformation

Transform your soul and body, cleanse and renew yourself, take an incredible time in our community

Maximum relaxation

A real break from city rush, among the snow-covered slopes and the atmosphere of awareness

Incredible experience

Explore the holy places, feel the full depth of meditation and make an incredible journey inside yourself, your feelings and desires. Go through special deep spiritual and physical practices.

2100 $ / per person
  • 12 night’s accommodation on twin sharing basis on room with breakfast basis
  • Tempo traveller (11 Passengers in a car).
  • English Speaking Escort during the tour
  • All applicable government taxes
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Not included:
  • Airline tickets
  • Visa
  • Meals - other than specified
  • Any entrances to the monuments - other than specified
  • Any personal expenses
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Our guides
Masha Artamonova
Instructor in tour
Senior teacher of Bikram Yoga and Jivamukti Yoga, Mindfulness and MBSR (mindfulness-based stress reduction), co-owner of the One Yoga Meditation studio in Moscow and New York.
With 20 years of personal practice experience and 12 years of teaching experience, Masha easily helps beginners to master the practices, as well as deepen knowledge to professionals.
Since 2012 Masha organized retreats around the world, introducing participants to the philosophy of yoga and inspiring them to new achievements!

Еvgenia Maslova
Founder of Antriksh Travels agency

Culturologist, religious scholar, specialist in Metavitonics health systems, presenter of Conscious Thinking courses (practice for over 20 years), meditation teacher, specialist in the unique system of Transformation and the search for one's Destiny.

Evgenia is the founder of the Antriksh-Travel agency with 20 years of experience in organizing spiritual tours to India, Nepal, Tibet, Sri Lanka, Greece, Israel, Cyprus. A connoisseur of the Hindu tradition and a guide to the most sacred places where only the local people can access.

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Thank you! I've get a feeling of cleansing and rebooting. Time flies by absolutely imperceptibly. It seems that you arrived a couple of days ago and now you are already sitting on the plane home, and in your thoughts the phrase: "I will definitely return." All 3 of my trips ended with it!

Traveling to India is always a challenge, always an experience of accepting situations, and always a feeling that I will be back again. I went on a yoga trip to expand my horizons, my development in yoga practices, in order to see new places and people.

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