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Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Guide

Enjoy the picturesque beauty of Kashmir and its valleys
Tourism In Jammu And Kashmir

Rated 4.1/5 (based on 1586 reviews)

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Best time to visit:

Oct - Mar


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Ideal Duration:

5-6 Days

Starting from

Rs. 6,750

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Kashmir Travel Guide

Say hello to a land of unrivalled beauty and history

The Dal Lake and the Mughal Gardens in Srinagar accentuate the Kashmir Tourism. There may not be a heaven or a land of milk and honey, but there is Kashmir Valley, and Kashmir tourism season is the most frequented for travelers from all over the world. Yes, India’s northernmost state of Jammu and Kashmir is indeed a Shangri-La as eloquently put in numerous travel guides. Drifting shikaras on sparkling lakes on a summer evening, the vibrancy of Mughal gardens in spring, enjoying snowfall on a winter’s day, and apple picking in an autumn’s afternoon are some of the will put a state of ecstasy on your face. These are only some of the aspects of Kashmir tour packages.Despite ongoing political unrest or recent natural calamities, the bowl-shaped Valley, and the state as well, continues to attract hordes of travellers every year. In fact, Kashmir Valley tourism is probably one of the most famous in India. Make sure to gather all required Kashmir tourism information before booking a package.

Jammu and Kashmir tourist places comprise unimaginable beauty. Whether you’re trekking with nomads or expats in Pir Panjals; honeymooning in meadows of Sonamarg; enjoying views of snow-capped glaciers on pony rides in Pahalgam; skiing in Gulmarg on fresh snow; making an arduous pilgrimage to bow before your maker; just admiring the serenity of Dal Lake in your lover’s arms; Kashmir never lets you down. Once you’ve inhaled the aroma of Rogan Josh, strolled through narrow markets of Srinagar, taken the bumpy – or somewhat scary – rides along the Jhelum or Chenab, you can’t leave behind Kashmir. The state of absolute bliss, to be here and having lived here, stays with you wherever you go.

The occasional traveller may not realise on the first visit, but Kashmir is like a multi-faceted jewel. Longer you stare at it, more beautiful it gets. Browse through our listing of Kashmir tourism packages and Kashmir travel guide to help you select the most suitable option:


How To Reach Kashmir

Read about the best & quickest routes to save time & money, as suggested by our travelers

By Air

Srinagar International Airport (SXR), also known as Sheikh-ul-Alam Airport, and Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (IXL) in Leh are the major airports in Jammu and Kashmir state. The airport in Srinagar is connected with major cities...

By Train

Jammu Tawi, located in the state’s winter capital, is the busiest railway station in Jammu and Kashmir. It serves as the northern terminal of major trains connecting the city with the rest of India. Regular express trains from Jam...

By Road

Jammu and Srinagar, seasonal capitals of the state can be reached throughout the year by road. Jammu is served by a network of state and national highways. If you’re wondering about how to reach Kashmir Valley by road, follow the ...

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FAQ's of Kashmir

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Is the consumption of liquor allowed in Kashmir?

There is no ban on liqour in Kashmir, but there aren't many hotels that offer alcohol for consumption. You can still carry your own.

When is the off season of Jammu & Kashmir?

Tourists should visit Jammu & Kashmir during the off-season between April-July and from October-December. This is the best time to visit Jammu & Kashmir as the hotels and tour packages have major discounts on offer.

Is it safe to travel to Jammu & Kashmir?

Yes, it is safe to visit Jammu and Kashmir. Try to stay away from border areas and areas known to be sensitive and prone to problems.

Are houseboats safe to stay in?

Always rent out houseboats that have been registered with the Jammu & Kashmir tourism department.

What are some of the local dishes that one must try on a trip to J&K?

Wazwan is a must have when in Jammu and Kashmir. Also, try to drink their special pink tea, known as Kahwa.

When is the best time to visit Kashmir to see snowfall?

December through February is the best time to see snowfall in Kashmir Valley.

Kashmir Travel Guide

Over the last decade or so, tourism in Kashmir is steadily picking up again, especially in far-flung regions. Friendly locals are still familiarising themselves with the concept of globalisation. Striking up conversations with Kashmiris to learn about their culture and their hardships is far more insightful than any Kashmir tour guide money can buy. The rules of the Valley may differ from the rest of India, but the spirit of oneness is hard not to miss.

Jammu and Kashmir Tourism lists all sought-after destinations in the state where travellers want to escape the sweltering summer. Whether you’re planning a romantic rendezvous or a long pilgrimage, there are plenty of places that fit into your idea of paradise.

The Jammu region has a lot of Hindu temples, local museums, and historical sights, while Kashmir is all about being outdoors. Streets in summer are lively and buzzing with local guides and vendors whereas snowfall in winter provides a much-needed boost in Kashmir tourism and region’s economy.