Sneak Into The Nature’s Paradise, Kashmir!
Kashmir-Heaven on earth, with snow clad-mountains, sparkling lakes with sailing Shikaras, tuft of colorful tulips and steady houseboats enchant the onlookers and present a scenic and breathe catching landscape which is an experience out of the world!
Dal Lake known for its sparkling water reflecting the peaks of Pir Panjal Mountains and thin-canopied boats called Shikaras has been one of the prime tourist attractions in Kashmir with Shikara tours around the lake visiting floating gardens and floating flowers and vegetable market.
Valley of flowers-Gulmarg
The land of ski resorts; carpets of flowers and colorful ambiance invite you to experience nature at its best and will satiate your need for adventure amidst the serene background.
Set amidst the scenic city of Srinagar, the Mughal Gardens, namely Shalimar, Nishat and Chashme Shahi Bagh are known for their terraced lawns, fountain pools and carefully manicured flowerbeds interspersed with mighty Chinar trees, pavilions and mock fortress facades.
Sonamarg-Meadow of Gold
Once part of historic Silk Road, Sonamarg with its scenic landscape and accessibility to several glaciers is a popular attraction and acts as a base camp for trekkers to many glaciers.
Pahalgam – Valley of shepherds
The renowned base of Amaranth Yatra, Pahalgam is not a mere hill station; it is a recreation resort. It is like going into the lap of Mother Nature to relax and do whatever you always wanted to do.
Yusmarg: The Meadows of Jesus
Famous for its trek routes, Yusmarg offers a thrilling adventure for trekking to Sunset Peak and Tatakoti Peak besides horse riding, skiing and fishing.
Just behind the Botanical Garden is Asia’s biggest Tulip Garden with long, straight rows of blooming tulips resembling a typical Dutch flower farm but for the backdrop of mountains.
Amarnath temple, the abode of Lord Shiva is considered to be the holiest shrine in Hinduism and is thronged by devotees from all over the world.
This large white domed 20th century mosque enshrines Kashmir’s holiest Islamic relic, supposedly a beard hair of Prophet Mohammad. Visitors are permitted outside of prayer times.