Do’s & Dont’s

Amarnathji Yatra 2017 commences on 29th June and concludes on 7th Aug, 2017


  1. Prepare for the Yatra by achieving a high level of Physical Fitness. You are advised to start at atleast

a month prior to the Yatra at least a 4-5km Morning/Evening walk. For Improving the oxygen

efficiency of your body, you should start doing deep breathing exercises and Yoga, particularly


  1. Your journey shall involve trekking across high mountains, facing strong cold winds. You must carry

(i) adequate woolen clothing;

(ii) a small umbrella (preferably one which is tied with an elastic band

around your head and supported by a strap around the chin);

(iii) windcheater;

(iv) raincoat;

(v) waterproof trekking shoes;

(vi) torch;

(vii) walking stick;

(viii) cap (preferably a monkey cap);

(ix) gloves;

(x)  jacket;

(xi) woolen  socks;

(xii) trousers  (preferably a waterproof pair). These items are

Essential  as the climate is highly unpredictable and changes abruptly from sunny weather to rain

and  snow. The temperature can sometimes abruptly fall to 5 degrees Celcius or lower.

  1. For Ladies: saree is not a suitable dress for the Yatra. Salwar Kameez, pant-shirt or a track suit will be

better. Ladies who are more than 6 week pregnant shall not be allowed to undertake the


  1. Keeping in view the tough nature of the trek, children below 13 year in age and elderly persons

above the age of 75 years shall not be permitted to undertake the pilgrimage.

  1. It would be better if the porter / horses / ponies carrying your luggage travel just in front or behind

you, as you may suddenly need something from your baggage.

  1. During the Yatra from Pahalgam/Baltal onwards, you should keep spare clothes/ eatables in a

suitable water proof bag to ensure against their getting wet.

  1. Carry a water bottle, dry fruits, roasted grams/channa, toffees/gur (jiggery), chocolates, etc for use

during the journey.

  1. Carry some cold cream/Vaseline/sunscreen to protect your hands /face against sunburn etc.9. You should not trek alone. Always travel in a group and ensure that all those comprising the group,

walking in front of you or in the rear, always remain in your sight, to ensure against your being

separated from them.

  1. To enable prompt action being taken in case of any emergency, you should keep in your pocket a

note containing the name/addresses/mobile telephone number of a member of your group with

whom you are travelling. You must also carry your Yatra Permit and any other identity card.

  1. On your return journey, you must leave the Base Camp along with all members of your group. In

case any member of your group is missing you must seek immediate assistance of the Police and

also have an announcement made on the Public Address System at the Yatra Camp.

  1. You should provide all possible help to your fellow Yatris, travelling with you, and perform the

pilgrimage with a pious mind.

  1. You must strictly follow the instructions issued by the Yatra administration, from time to time.
  2. Earth, water, air, fire and sky are integral parts of Lord Shiva. The Base camp and the entire Yatra

routes are the abode of Shri Amarnathji. Throughout your pilgrimage you must respect the

environment and do nothing to pollute it.

  1. All waste materials must be placed in the nearest dustbin. All organic wastes must be put in the

dustbin which is green coloured.

  1. Lavatories/ urinals, installed in the camps and other places enroute the Holy Cave, should be used.


  1. Don’t stop at places which are marked by warning notices.
  2. Don’t use slippers because there are steep rises and falls on the route to the Holy Cave. Only wear

trekking shoes with laces.

  1. Don’t attempt any short cuts on the route as doing so would be dangerous.
  2. Do not do anything during your entire forward/return journey which could cause pollution or

disturb the environment of the Yatra area. Use of plastics is strictly banned in the State and is

punishable under law.

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