This cave in Kedarnath was earlier available for 3000 per night and anyone willing to stay here had to do a minimum of three days of booking. However, the Kedarnath cave wasn’t getting a much response due to the conditions enforced and the fact that the caves were opened during the extreme weather conditions. However, these clauses have been removed and now the Kedarnath cave can be rented for rupees 990 per day.
The Kedarnath Cave is seen as a modern meditation cave and is equipped with all the facilities like electricity, drinking water, tea, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Although the cave offers complete isolation in the case of emergency the Kedarnath manager would always be available for help. The Kedarnath Cave truly stands as one of the most modern meditation hotspots that could give you the most satisfying spiritual experience.
The Kedarnath Cave faces the Kedarnath temple and the Bhairavnath temple located opposite to the hillside. The cave is made up of local stones and is protected by a strong wooden door. You will have to climb the hills and walk through the path in order to reach here.