Masaga Holidays

                                                            CHAR DHAM YATRA                                                                                  

Here's how you can plan your spiritual journey to the land of Gods | What Masaga Holidays has on plate for devotees

Bedecked with tinctures of substantial history, India has innumerable holy sites that are spread extensively across the country. Among them is the Char Dham ((four tiny abodes) – Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath – snuggled in the lap of picturesque Uttarakhand. Usually, the Yatra opens on the day of Akha-Trij (in May) and closes for winter on Bhai-Bij (in October or November). The pilgrimage is undertaken by hundreds of devotees each year to pay homage to Lord Shiva. However, it is not easy to plan a scheduled visit as it is the most influential pillar of all Indian pilgrims. Let us help you organize your trip without any hiccups.



The Char Dham Yatra is an arduous trip that a lot of devotees pick up in India annually. However, different climatic and poor infrastructure conditions can affect a devotees’ journey. For example, the temperatures in this region may decrease to as low as 1° C during the winter season. To make the less strenuous and challenging, Masaga Holidays offers budget-friendly logistic and food alternatives to pilgrims who travel.

We are living in an age wherein people have outnumbered Gods and Goddesses, and travelling has become a sacrosanct part of people’s lives. Under the premium category, Masaga Holidays offers premium accommodation and food options to devotees who are looking for flamboyant components in their journey to spiritualism. The category is perfect for aged couples as it will provide comfort at the same time the exact experience they were manifesting for a long time


Adherents, under the VIP category, can gear up to take the Char Dham Yatra as Masaga Holidays is preparing for helicopter tours with an outstanding Charter Helicopter tour package. The number of days can be picked up by the devotees in the Garhwal region that will cover these four temples in Uttarakhand, namely: Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. One of the biggest advantages of this is devotees can darshan without waiting in the long queues. The tour package will also include accommodation and food. 

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