Chopta Tungnath Tour Package

Chopta Tungnath Tour Package

Uttarakhand is a well-known destination for amazing natural destinations. Among the striking sites, Chopta Tungnath attracts lots of tourists at the pinnacle of the highest mountain peaks. Adventure enthusiasts set out for the Chopta Tungnath Trek which begins from base camp and covers 5 5-kilometer distance. Chopta is famous for the Mini Switzerland of India whereas Tungnath and Chandrashila temples are placed in Hindu Mythology. Tungnath Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Chandrashila Temple is dedicated to Chandra Devta. Devotees from all over India visit the Chota Tungnath sites in the best season. The details regarding the Chopta Tungnath Tour are simplified below. Travelers can grab all the important details and venture out of the holy shrines with the Hillway Travels.

Best Time to Visit Chopta Tungnath

Best Time to Visit Chopta Tungnath

Tourists can visit Chopta from March to June and September to November for the greatest experience. With their comfortable Chopta Tungnath weather, bright sky, and little rain, these months provide perfect weather. Travelers can do outdoor activities like hiking, camping, and exploring natural places. It is at these times when Chopta’s spectacular places become an attraction. The colorful flowers, lush green meadows, and stunning places of the Himalayan ranges captivate tourists.

The Chopta Tungnath temperature oscillates between 11 Degrees Celsius to 13 Degrees Celsius in summer. Whereas., it drops to freezing levels in winter. Furthermore, the weather is still suitable for hiking to neighboring destinations like Chandrashila Peak and Tungnath Temple. By avoiding the rainy season, travelers may improve their entire Chopta Tungnath tour package experience and ensure safer hiking paths. In addition, travelers are requested to carry all the trekking essentials according to the weather.

How to reach Chopta Tungnath?

Travelers can explore several paths to reach Chopta. Each path offers beautiful scenery and an adventure in and of itself. Here is a map showing the route to Chopta through various transportation modes. 

Via Road

From Delhi: The distance from Delhi to Chopta is around 450 kilometers. The most popular road which passes via the towns of Ukhimath, Devprayag, Rudraprayag, and Rishikesh, is NH58. It is a beautiful 40-kilometer trip from Ukhimath to Chopta.

From Dehradun: Travelers can also take the NH7 route via Rishikesh and proceed in the same manner as if they were traveling from Delhi.

From Haridwar or Rishikesh: These cities are important destinations for transportation. To reach Chopta, tourists may either take a bus or rent a cab from the bus stop. Thereafter, proceed in the same direction as mentioned above.

Via Train

Nearest Railway Stations to Chopta: Haridwar and Rishikesh are the closest railway stations to Chopta. To get to Chopta, travelers can take a bus or rent a taxi from these stations. 

From Delhi: To go to Chopta, take a train to either Haridwar or Rishikesh and then continue on your journey via road. 

Via Flight

Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is around 226 kilometers away, is the airport closest to Chopta. Cabs and local buses are easily accessible from here.

Chopta Tungnath Tour Package

Chopta Tungnath Tour Package Itinerary

Now, let us set out for the Chopta Tungnath Chabdrashila expedition which is surrounded by towering mountains. It is a 5 day journey that requires strong will and physical fitness. The detailed itinerary of the expedition is simplified below.

Arrive at the beautiful mountains.

Take the day to relax after your arrival and get used to the calm atmosphere of Chopta.

Take a walk around the charming hamlet in the evening.

Set out on a journey to Tungnath Chandrashila Temple.

Worship Lord Shiva and Chandra Dev and get their blessings.

Take some rest and capture the beautiful location in the heart.

Lastly, return to the base camp for a night stay.

The Deoria Tal Trek demands holistic well-being to reach its pinnacle.

It is surrounded by snow-covered lofty Himalayan peaks. 

Crystalline Lake is famous for its biodiversity.

This trek is optional for the Chopta Tungnath Tour.

However, devotees of Lord Kartik visit the temple for their blessings.

Kartik Swami Trek is situated in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand. 

Travelers can return after the summit and enjoy dinner in their rooms.

Now, it’s time to pack the luggage and return to the respective places.

The journey remains in the album of our long-lasting memories.

With its special Chopta tour package, Hillway Travels gives travelers an amazing trip into the heart of the Himalayas.  The Chopta Tungnath route includes beautiful peaks of Chandrashila and Tungnath,  meadows of Chopta, and a carefully planned itinerary. This life-changing adventure revitalizes the body, mind, and soul leaving a long-lasting impression on everyone. Tourists can schedule the trip and pack the luggage accordingly, Thereafter, they can depart for the eye-catching location and enjoy the tour.

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Chopta Tungnath Tour Package

Tourists setting out for the Himalayan trip can book a tour package. Chopta Tungnath Tour Package costs between Rs 3,000 to Rs 10,000 Per Person. It includes all the facilities required for the journey.

Yes, the Tungnath Temple is higher than the Kedarnath temple. The height of Tungnath Temple is 3,679 meters whereas Kedarnath Temple’s height is estimated at around 3,573 Meters.

The duration of trekking in Kedarkantha peak is around 4 to 5 days. Adventure seekers must pack their trekking bags accordingly and begin the expedition from Sankari gaon.

No, there is no oxygen problem in Tungnath Chandrashila Temple. Trekking enthusiasts can easily cover the 3 3-kilometer trek in the towering mountains.

According to Vedic mythology, the arms of Lord Shiva are worshipped in the temple. The other body parts of the lord are worshipped in other Panch Kedar sites.

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