Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Guide
Enjoy the picturesque beauty of Kashmir and its valleys
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Best time to visit
Oct - Mar
Nature in Kashmir
Discover Jammu and Kashmir’s natural splendour that lies in shimmering lakes, snow-clad Pir Panjal peaks, and open meadows. With several places to choose from, there is more to the Valley than meets the eye. Kolahoi and Machoi glaciers stretch out near Sonamarg which is along the Srinagar–Leh Highway (NH1D). Despite being at an altitude of 4,700 metres and 4,800 m respectively, both Kolahoi and Machoi glaciers remain easily accessible from Sonamarg via short pony ride.
While Dal Lake is the most popular spot for idling around on a houseboat with your family or better half, Wular Lake – one of Asia’s largest freshwater lakes – provides ample opportunities for sports like water skiing. Upper Kashmir is dotted with the Great Lakes that lie along the popular trekking routes in the glorious Pir Panjals.
Tulip Garden in Srinagar
In Srinagar, there lies a huge 30 hectares Tulip Garden, which is Asia’s biggest garden till date. Located in the foothills of Zabarwan Range, this garden gives an overview of the famous Dal Lake too. It was opened in 2007 with a strong goal to boost the tourism of Kashmir Valley. The layout of the garden is in terrace fash...
- Mughal Gardens
Shalimar Bagh in Srinagar
One of the most famous Mughal gardens in the Kashmir valley, Shalimar Bagh in Srinagar has become the crown of Srinagar today. Built by the Mughal Emperor Jahangir as a symbol of love for his beloved wife Nur Jahan, this garden is an apt representation of the word ‘Shalimar’ that translates to ‘Abode of Love’.
The garden i...
- Flower Garden
- Mughal Gardens
Dal Lake in Srinagar
Resplendent with beauty, Dal Lake in Srinagar is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Kashmir valley. The exceptional charm and exquisite surroundings of Dal Lake attract tourists from all over the world. It is also the second largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir that offers a picturesque and mesmerizing view of the...
Shikara Ride in Srinagar
Lakes in Kashmir are ideal to float along and enjoy the beauty of nature with mighty greens towering on either side, or stretches of calm waters lying ahead. A Shikara ride in Kashmir along one of the region’s lakes is a never-to-be-forgotten experience. A Shikara is a long wooden boat that you’ll often find floating along ...
Sonamarg in Srinagar
Kashmir, the land of snow-capped mountains, exquisite gardens, colorful valleys, traditional houseboats and romantic lakes is a home to a beautiful place called Sonamarg. Also known as the “Meadow of Gold”, Sonamarg is an elevated area on the bank of Nallah Sindh River. Amazing glaciers, placid lakes and exquisite waterfall...
Trout Fishing in Srinagar
Trout are a quite popular game fish and many state wildlife agencies keep ponds, lakes and streams with trout for the anglers to catch. One can enjoy trout fishing in Kashmir between April and September. The best destinations for fishing are Pahalgam, Kokernag, Sindh, Lam, Gurez, Hamal, Sukhnag, Doodhganga in Yousmarg. For ...
- Fishing trip
Trekking in Srinagar
Kashmir is not only about lakes and greenery- it also provides tourists a variety of adventures and the most attractive among them is trekking. Trekking in Kashmir amidst the beauty of nature will be a lifetime experience which will enrich their soul.
The most famous places for trekking in Kashmir
Pahalgam:- The main attr...
Skiing in Srinagar
The best time to visit Kashmir if you’re on a skiing quest is between the months of November and March, depending on the exact spot you’re visiting. Skiing in Kashmir is arranged by the local tourism department. If you’re more experienced, though, there are several packages by local agencies that you can opt for to go skiin...
Horse Riding in Srinagar
Horse riding is quite famous in Kashmir mainly because the environment and the beauty of the place. One can take in the dazzling splendor of India through Kashmir itself. The emerald blue waters and breathtaking snow capped mountains are a treat to watch while horse riding. Summer is the best time for horse riding in Kashmir.
Major places to go to for Horse Ride-
Some of the best places for Horse riding in Kashmir are Pahalgam, Sonamarg, Kokernag, Lolab Valley, Yusmarg, Srinagar and Gulmarg. Tourists can come for a horse ride without any prior stresses as the guides be with them all the time. It would be best to hire a horse through a tourist office as there may be times, the local horse owners may charge higher prices. Hiring a horse from the tourist office is also important for safety purposes, for instance, any accidents can be looked afte...
- Horse Riding
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FAQ's of Kashmir
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December through February is the best time to see snowfall in Kashmir Valley.
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.
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.
Always rent out houseboats that have been registered with the Jammu & Kashmir tourism department.
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.
Wazwan is a must have when in Jammu and Kashmir. Also, try to drink their special pink tea, known as Kahwa.
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