Holy Amarnath Yatra Via Sonamarg

4 Days

The Holy Amarnath Yatra Via Sonamarg is a pilgrimage journey to the sacred Amarnath cave, located in the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The Yatra (journey) starts from the base camp at Baltal or Sonamarg and takes pilgrims through the scenic and picturesque valleys of Kashmir to the Amarnath cave shrine, where they offer prayers to an ice lingam, which is believed to be a manifestation of Lord Shiva.

The route via Sonamarg is known for its natural beauty and stunning landscapes, which includes snow-capped mountains, lush green meadows, and glistening rivers. The journey is considered challenging due to the high altitude and steep terrain, but it is a deeply spiritual and fulfilling experience for those who undertake it.

The Amarnath Yatra is conducted every year during the months of July and August, and it attracts thousands of devotees from all over India and abroad. The Yatra is tightly regulated by the Indian government and requires a series of registrations and permits to be obtained before embarking on the journey.


The Holy Amarnath Yatra Via Sonamarg is a pilgrimage journey to the sacred Amarnath cave shrine in Jammu and Kashmir, India. It involves a challenging trek of around 14 kilometers through stunning landscapes, including snow-capped mountains and glistening streams. The Yatra is typically conducted during the months of July and August and is tightly regulated by the Indian government. It is considered one of the most important Hindu pilgrimages in India.


On arrival at Srinagar, pick up and transfer to Sonamarg.
On arrival check in to the hotel.
Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

After breakfast, drive to Baltal (7 km) and board a helicopter from the Baltal (the helicopter services are subject to weather conditions).
The helicopter operates till Panchtarni, then a 6 km trek from Panchtarni to Amarnath cave.
You can also take palki or pony.
After darshan, return in time to the helipad to take back helicopter to Baltal.
Transfer to Sonamarg.
Overnight stay in the hotel.

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and proceed to Srinagar.
Upon arrival, check in to the houseboat.
Visit Mughal Gardens, Shalimar Garden (Abode of Love), Nishat garden (Garden of Pleasure).
Return to the houseboat.
Start for the soothing and relaxing Shikara ride on the famous Dal Lake.
Later in the evening, transfer to hotel/houseboat for dinner & overnight stay.

Day 4 :

Transfer to the airport to board the flight for your onward destination.

Meals & other inclusions

  • 03 nights accommodation on a twin-sharing/MAP basis in the mentioned hotels/houseboat.
  • 01 non-ac Indica (02 Pax), Xylo/Tavera (04-06 Pax) & 01 TT/Winger (08-12 Pax) for arrival & departure from Srinagar International Airport to the hotel/houseboat & vice versa and for full-day trip to Mughal Gardens & Shankaracharya temple.
  • 01-hour boat (Shikara) ride on Dal Lake – Srinagar (04 people on 01 boat).
  • To & fro helipad tickets for Amarnath Darshan.
  • Welcome drink on arrival.
  • All applicable taxes


  • Airfare /train fare
  • Items of personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.
  • Entrance fee/local guide at any place during the tour.
  • Meals not mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Anything not mentioned in the package inclusions.
  • Yatris have to submit a compulsory health certificate while seeking registration for this year’s Shri Amarnathji Yatra.
What is the best time to undertake the Amarnath Yatra Via Sonamarg?

The best time to undertake the Amarnath Yatra is during the months of July and August when the weather is relatively stable and the trekking routes are accessible.

What are the registration and permit requirements for the Amarnath Yatra Via Sonamarg?

To undertake the Amarnath Yatra, pilgrims need to register online and obtain a Yatra Permit from the Indian government. Additionally, they need to undergo a medical check-up to ensure they are fit to undertake the journey.

What are the accommodations and facilities available during the Amarnath Yatra?

Accommodations during the Amarnath Yatra include tents, guesthouses, and lodges that can be booked in advance. Facilities such as food, water, medical aid, and security arrangements are provided at various locations along the Yatra route.

What is the duration and distance of the Amarnath Yatra Via Sonamarg?

The duration of the Amarnath Yatra is typically around four to five days, depending on the pace of the pilgrimage. The distance covered during the Yatra is around 28 kilometers (round trip) from the base camp at Baltal or Sonamarg to the Amarnath cave and back.

Is the Amarnath Yatra Via Sonamarg safe for pilgrims?

The Amarnath Yatra is conducted under the supervision of the Indian government, which ensures the safety and security of pilgrims. However, due to the challenging terrain and high altitude, pilgrims need to be physically fit and follow all safety guidelines and instructions.

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Holy Amarnath Yatra Via Sonamarg
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