Kedarnath has been closed for about 02 years now, and one cannot emphasize how much the travelers have missed this one destination.
We’ve all seen plans being made and canceled over the past two years for visiting Kedarnath, right?
But the wait is almost over as the government lifted the ban on Kedarnath visitation yesterday evening, and now if you are the ones who wanted to go, you can.
The ban on the Kedarnath Yatra was imposed on 28th June, when the second wave of Covid-19 was highly active in India. After which, the county got in the state of the second lockdown. But as the situation has improved, Uttarakhand HC has revoked the ban over the yatra.
In originality, the ban was imposed on the ‘Char Dham’ or the Chota Char Dham of Uttarakhand, where you cover Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri, and Gangotri. So, now the new rules applied for all the mentioned destinations.
Moreover, strict covid guidelines will have to be followed. starting with only a limited number of people are allowed for visitation in a day. The numbers will be 800 pilgrims for Kedarnath, 1,000 for Badrinath, 600 for Gangotri, and 400 for Yamunotri.
In addition to that, one must keep in mind the SOP’s followed for Covid, which are maintaining distance, wearing masks, and more. And the visitor will be required to present a covid negative certificate and vaccination certificate (one dose necessary) when entering.
There is an ode of joy among devotees, travelers, and all those who wanted to make this one particular trip for so long. But the opening and visitation start dates have yet to be finalized, and we’re expecting them to arrive anytime in two to three days.
Lastly, if you want to know about the popularity of Kedarnath, then you need to know about the 11,000 pre-booking of helicopter rides to Kedarnath when it opened the last time.
And we tell you that this kind of packages costs a ton of fortune and you can see the excitement in terms of the number, can’t you. Well! What’s your plan? Tell us in the comments now.