Madmaheshwar Trek Package
The beautiful Madhyamaheshwar Temple of Lord Shiva is the inspiration for the charming tiny holy hamlet of Madmaheshwar. A magically shrouded by the snow-capped Himalayan region on the right, beautiful green grasslands on the left, and thick forest serves as its background, Madhmaheshwar is located at an elevation of 3,265 metres above sea level.
The village’s name derives from the Lord Shiva-dedicated Madhyamaheshwar Temple, one of the Panch Kedars and a sacred site with a 5,000-year history. The trip to this well-known temple is one of Uttarakhand’s most alluring ones, offering breathtaking natural beauty and Himalayan mountain range views.
This settlement is completed with the pastoral huts, rural homes, the ancient Madmaheshwar Temple, and the gorgeous surroundings. The temple was built in the traditional north Indian style.
Following Kedarnath as part of the sacred Panch Kedar temple chain, Madhmaheshwar is the following temple. The Pandavas began their trek to Lord Shiva to atone for their offenses after slaying their cousins during the battle. Lord Shiva wished to stay away from them since the dead and deception of the Kurukshetra war had him furious.
He then assumed the appearance of a bull (called Nandi) and vanished into the earth, with multiple body parts popping up here and there. In Madhmaheshwar, Lord Shiva is adored as a navel-shaped lingum.
Overview of Madmaheshwar Travel package
We provide a Madmaheshwar Tour Package From Haridwar Package in 2023 that begins in Haridwar/Rishikesh and lasts for four nights and five days. The Madmaheshwar tour package includes transportation, all meals, local sightseeing, and trekking.
Located in the Mansoona village of the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand, India, Madmaheshwar is a Hindu temple devoted to the god Shiva. It is also known by the name MadhyaMaheswar.
Madmaheshwar Height: 3,497 metres (11,473.1 ft)
From 15 May to 15 November is the ideal time to visit Madmaheshwar Temple.
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Madmaheshwar Package Itinerary
Day 1: Rishikesh to Ransi via Ukhimath (250 kms)
Ride to Ransi through Rishikesh Devprayag, Rudraprayag, and Ukhimath in the day. Check into the hotel when you get to Ransi. Dinner and a hotel stay the following day.
Day 2: Ransi to Madmaheshwar 18 kms trek (10788 ft)
Following an early morning breakfast, begin the 18-kilometer journey to Madmaheshwar (Madhyamaheshwar – 4th in the list of Panch Kedar). The midsection of the torso, the navel, is thought to have vanished at Kedarnath and then resurfaced at this temple. Dinner and an extended stay at a Dharmshala or guest home.
Day 3: Madmaheshwar to Gaundhar Trek
Trek back to Bantoli or Gaundhar from Madmaheshwar in the morning after performing Pooja at the temple. Having dinner and spending the night in a homestay.
Day 4: Gaundhar to Ransi and Drive back to Rudraprayag
Trek 6/4 kilometres to Ransi after breakfast at the hotel, then proceed to Rudraprayag. Supper and a hotel stay the following day.
Day 5: Rudraprayag to Devprayag to Rishikesh or Haridwar
Travel to Haridwar by Devprayag in the morning. After exploring Rishikesh, travellers are dropped off at their hotels or train stations after travelling to Haridwar and witnessing Ram Jhulla, Laxman Jhulla, Parmarth Niketan, and Geeta Bhawan.
Inclusions of Madmaheshwar Package
- Hotel rooms as specified by the MAP Program (Breakfast and Dinner)
- Travelling via – AC/Non AC Car as per the schedule
- The rates mentioned may change based on the date of visit, the availability of hotels, campgrounds, and guest houses, surge pricing, and seasonal rush.
- Booking must be confirmed by a minimum of 4 people.
Exclusions of Madmaheshwar Package
- GST Plus 5%
- Anything of a personal character, including gratuity, insurance, wine, mineral water, hotel porterage, and any wine or other beverages.
- the price of receiving medical attention in the event of an emergency, a medical emergency, or for some other reason.
- Telephone calls, room service, and laundry
- Additional sightseeing or increased car usage Insurance, including travel insurance.
- Activities such as porter, pony, horseback riding, cable car, helicopter services, or anyplace else is appropriate.
- Anything not specifically specified under the heading “Price Include” includes the cost of hiring mules if hikers want to transport their own luggage or themselves.
Things you should know before embarking on Madmaheshwar Trek
- Take 3 to 4 passport-size photos, your ID card, your Aadhar card, and other necessary documents.
- Keep your personal medical kit, which should contain your regular medications as well as those for headaches, colds, coughs, stomachaches, etc., with you at all times.
- Bring the proper footwear, gear, and wool clothing for hiking and camping.
- It is advisable to find out the specific instructions for the Madmaheshwar trek in preparation and to get ready well in advance.
- Inform your crew or your leader right away if you have nausea, headaches, or other health problems, and try some breathing exercises, such slow, deep breathing.
- Even seasoned trekkers can acquire AMS, so you should always be careful and well-prepared.
- Breathe properly and slowly, drink water regularly, take breaks, and avoid overexerting yourself to prevent AMS or worse health conditions.
What should you carry for Madmaheshwar Trek?
- layered clothing
- coats made of fleece and thermal protection
- Walking boots
- Thermal lining
Best time to visit the Madmaheshwar trek
For the ideal weather and tranquil atmosphere, the best months to go Madmaheshwar trekking are May, June, September, and October. Avoid the months of July and August during the wet season since the trek will become slick. Although the temp decreases below zero throughout the winter, the shrine is kept shuttered.
Madmaheshwar is an easy to average trek. We have exclusive Madmaheshwar trek packages available. In case, you want a customized trek package, you can get that too. Let us know on our official number or email to book your Madmaheshwar trek package and spend your vacations amidst the enchanting Himalayas.