Vaishno Devi by Helicopter. Includes 1N / 2D Stay in Katra, Helicopter Tickets, Breakfast, Dinner and All transfers and taxes



  • Returns transfer from Jammu airport / Railway Station by non a/c Indica.
  • 1 Night stay in Katra on twin sharing basis.
  • Two return helicopter tickets.
  • Breakfast & Dinner included
  • Complimentary pick and drop up to helipad.
  • Priority darshan at Bhawan.
  • Mata Ka Prasad.
  • All taxes


DAY01:- ARRIVAL JAMMU – KATRA ( 50 Kms ) :-

Arrive at Jammu Airport / railway station you will meet & greet by our representative and leave for Katra the base camp for the yatra 50 kms from Jammu. Arrive at Katra and check in at Hotel, leave for the Helipad, and arrive at Sanjichat.The walk to the shrine is 2.5 kms from the Sanjichat .Complete yatra after visiting Bhairon nath Temple 2.6 kms from the shrine. Return to Sanjichat to take the helicopter back to katra. Overnight at Hotel in Katra

DAY02:- KATRA – JAMMU ( 50 Kms ) :-

After breakfast drop to jammu airport / railway station for onwards journey



Hotel Accommodation Used:

·Katra, 1 night in Hotel Mount view / Hotel Varun / Hotel Surya Place



Hotel Accommodation Used:

·Katra, 1 Night in Hotel Bali Resorts / Hotel Shri Hari Niwas / Hotel JMK International



Hotel Accommodation Used:

·Katra 1 Night in The White Hotel / K C Residency / The Atrium on the Greens


About Vaishno Devi

The abode of the Goddess Vaishno Devi is in the Mountains of Trikuta Hills, in the Jammu and Kashmir State of Northern India. The Goddess resides in a beautiful cave in the form of 3 'Pindis' namely, “Maha Kali”, “Maha Laxmi” and “Maha Sarawati”.

The Goddess Durga is said to have killed the demon Bhairon Nath here. Vaishno Devi is 61-km north of Jammu and 14-km from Katra. The cave is at an elevation of 1,700m (5,100ft) and is 30m (93 ft) long and just 1.5m (5ft) high.

Ban Ganga

After the Goddess left the Bhumika Temple, she went to the Trikuta Hills passing through here. At this time, Langoor Veer (Veer Langur) felt thirsty. The Goddess shot an arrow into the stone and a holy river was produced, now known as Ban Ganga. It is called Ban Ganga because the Goddess washed her hair at this place.

Ardh Kuwari

Ardh Kuwari is the halfway point and some pilgrims stay here for the night. There is a 15-foot-long cave called Garbha Joon where the Goddess hid herself for nine months and showed herself to a saint. The cave is narrow, and you have to almost crawl all the way through it. When Bhairon entered the cave, the Goddess made a new opening with her trident and ran away.

Charan Paduka Temple

This is where the Goddess stopped for some time while Bhairon was chasing her. Her footprints are supposed to be visible on a stone at this place. Charanpaduka means “holy footprints”.



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