Jammu and Kashmir Tour, Tour Packages for Jammu and Kashmir

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Jammu and Kashmir is one of the states in Northern India that is located in the Himalayan Mountains. The state is very famous because of all the breathtaking mountains, valleys and landscapes it has. However, its beauty is not describable; you can only feel it while walking around the Kashmir valley. The state is best for tourism, honeymoon and other trips. A significant number of tourists visit the state and enjoy the best views in the world.

The most visited places in Jammu and Kashmir are Leh, Srinagar, Rajauri, Jammu city, Ladakh,  Sonamarg and Gulmarg along with many others. There are such a large number of tourism destinations to visit that once you have entered the state, you would never want to go back.  From trekking, skiing and mountain biking to paragliding, fishing, boating, and shopping, there are a lot of interesting things to do in Jammu and Kashmir. The state is also famous for its beautiful handicrafts and textiles recognized worldwide, especially shawls and carpets. So, shopping there is a very good idea indeed. The food lovers can also enjoy eating delicious food that is very famous in the state such as Sohan Papdi, Panjiri, Sheer chai, and kulchas.

Jammu and Kashmir tour truly is awe inspiring, heaven-like, north Indian state. Mountains covered with sheets of snow and the glistening blue water takes the viewer into its deepness. It contains the spiritual element in it which provokes the tourists to visit this beautiful land full of purity. The other major items that hold the attraction are its cuisine, music and, on top of all, the culture. This land has a unique beauty, and its inhabitants are beautiful human beings.

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Its diversity gives a chance to explore more and enjoy the holiday’s packages at its full. This vivacious crown of India, Jammu and Kashmir shares border with Pakistan. The beauty of this land enhances by its handmade crafts. Those who reside here are the masters of handmade crafts. It includes handloom sector weaving Pashmina, Silk, Cotton and a variety of clothing. The culture of any place speaks of its values. Cultural Identity includes music, cuisine and the way of dressing. This land preserves philosophies of different religions Hindus, Sikhs and mostly Muslims. Most talked about places include the Bagh-E-Bahu Aquarium that houses an exceptional experience of the marine life. Shalimar Garden built at the Shore of Dal Lake is a glorious addition to its beauty.

Kashmir Valley:

Dark and thick forests, mountains wrapped in snow, and breath-taking views. That’s what Kashmir is to us. It doesn’t seek attention from tourists rather it calls for you to be part of the incredible location that it is.
In Spring Season, Kashmir Valley snaps all the colors of the sky and rainbow and sets them with a unique pattern on its chest. The designs of flowers are spectacular. Kashmiri Food platters with unique saffron and cinnamon combo are a delightful treat after a tiring yet enjoyable day in Kashmir.
Driving through the adventurous roads, the traveler gets taken away into the wilderness of the forests. Kashmir’s unique drinks are of special interests for the tourist. The pink and brown crystal-like colors urge the travelers to cherish Kashmir’s culture.

Gulmarg:

It is the famous skiing spot in Kashmir. Its tourist attractions include Gulmarg Gondola highest cable car project. It gains fame as a famous destination to visit. It is considered as a perfect adventure. Religiously significant places are The Maharani Temple and the Shrine of Ziyarat Baba Reshi. The St. Mary’s Church also is of significance to the visitors. Religious sites exhibit significant charm and peacefulness in it. Tourists are more eager to visit these places. Shark Spin provides the skiers to discover a new joy and sway through steep slopes. This land has always been the top priority of the tourists. An ideal spot to visit.

Srinagar: 

Srinagar is located in the Kashmir Valley on the banks of the Jhelum River and is the largest city of the state Jammu and Kashmir in India.  From the beautiful waterfalls, mountains and monuments to the amazing landscapes and religious spots, every place in Srinagar play a great role in making its beauty unforgettable. It doesn’t matter if you want to go for trekking, skiing or mountain biking, the vast, breathtaking mountains in Srinagar will make your experience worth remembering. The shopping and food game in Srinagar is also fascinating. From the tremendous handmade textiles to all delicious food to eat, there is no doubt that Srinagar is one of the best places for tourism in Jammu and Kashmir.

The spots like Dal Lake, Nagin Lake, Wular Lake, Manasbal Lake, Jama Masjid, Mughal Garden, Pahalgam, summary, Nilagrad River have such enchanting views that every single person would love to visit once.  The place like Pari Mahal,  Kathi Darwaza, and Sangin Darwaza are the ones that can take your heart away by showcasing the splendid Mughal architecture.  The religious sites such as Dastgir Sahib Shrine, Pathar Masjid, Shankaracharya Hill, Khanqah of Shah Hamadan, Tomb of Madin Sahib and Kheer Bhawani Temple are those that attract a great number of tourists. All these amazing tourist destinations are worth visiting. Srinagar being the summer capital as well as the largest city of Jammu and Kashmir has a lot to visit. The beautiful city with some great tourism destinations is surely the pride of the state.

Pahalgam:

Pahalgam, which is located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in India, is a beautiful hill station & town famous as an amazing tourist destination. Pahalgam is also known as ‘Valley of Shepherds.’ The beautiful city is all surrounded by Himalayan Mountains and forests. Amarnath Yatra, which is famous as well as a significant Hindu pilgrimage, also passes through Pahalgam. A few famous places to visit here are Shikargah, Sun Temple, Mattan, Tarsar Lake, Mamal Temple, Beetan Valley, Mamaleshwar Temple, Sehsnag Lake and Lidderwat.

Pahalgam can be visited at any time of the year as the whole weather year stays pleasant and tourists can enjoy snow fall from November to February. Another place to visit there is Baisatan which is actually at a distance of 5 kilometers from Pahalgam. The mountains covered with snow, beautiful meadows and enchanting forests there can make you fall in love with its beauty. Tourists can also enjoy water rafting, horse riding, skiing, mountain climbing and trekking here.

Along with a lot of breathtaking places to visit, the beautiful town also offers some handmade things to the Shopaholic tourists. From the beautiful handicrafts to woolen garments, shawls, and jam awards, all the things available here are in excellent quality and affordable rates. It doesn’t matter whether you want to spend your trip relaxing in a hotel by watching the beautiful view from a window or you want to do some exciting and adventurous things, Pahalgam always succeeds in making your trip successful as well as unforgettable.

Mata Vaishno Devi Mandir

Mata Vaishno Devi Mandir is a holy cave temple dedicated to three Hindu Goddesses. The temple is located in the Trikuta Mountains in Katra which is in Jammu and Kashmir in India. Tourists have to go 13 km uphill to reach the temple. Walking to the temple is an exciting experience for the visitors. However, it might be quite difficult for somewhat old people or even kids.

Climbing up to the temple and watching the beautiful nature all around is an amazing feeling which can’t be described.  The way to the temple is full of shops and stalls from where people can buy food as well as clothes. However, the place is interesting to visit and is an excellent tourism destination.

Amarnath Cave

Amarnath cave is a Hindu shrine located at about 141 km from Srinagar which is the largest city of Jammu and Kashmir. Amarnath Cave is one of the most famous religious spots for Hindus, and it is also considered as the holiest shrine. The weather there is always pleasant, and in winters the shrine is entirely covered with snow which increases the beauty of the place. The image of Lord Shiva is in the Amarnath cave in the form of a Lingam which is naturally formed by ice. Board, i.e., Amarnathji Shrine Board was made to handle all the trekking towards the shrine. Making the trekking trouble free and smooth for the people is the main responsibility of the Board.

In summers, a large number of Hindus come here to visit their religious spot and to seek blessings from their God. Reaching the cave is a difficult task and requires much effort, but the Hindus came all over to perform their religious activities.  The two known routes to reach the Amarnath cave are from Pahalgam to Amarnath Cave, and from Srinagar to Amarnath Cave, however, a significant number of pilgrims believe in reaching the cave by going from Srinagar. Climbing up the Amaranth cave is done by all birth yatri together and various transports are also available for this. A few documents and medical report is also required which is the confirmation of the good health of the person who wants to go up to the Amarnath Cave. The place is a great tourist destination, and the exciting experience of trekking towards the cave is worth trying.

One of the best tourist experiences in Jammu and Kashmir is incomplete without staying in the houseboats. Srinagar, which is located on the banks of the Jhelum River has around 700 houseboats with all the basic facilities such as electricity, water, etc. In Srinagar, the places where these houseboats are available are River Sutlej, Nigeen Lake, and Dal Lake. Tourists can choose the houseboats depending upon the rates they can afford. The houseboats have grades from A to D, the Grade ‘A’ boat is expensive yet the best one while the Grade ‘D’ boat is somewhat a standard and inexpensive one. Staying in the houseboats is an amazing experience, and a great number of tourists enjoy staying in there.

Dal Lake Houseboats in Srinagar

One of the best tourist experiences in Jammu and Kashmir is incomplete without staying in the houseboats. Srinagar, which is located on the banks of the Jhelum River has around 700 houseboats with all the basic facilities such as electricity, water, etc. In Srinagar, the places where these houseboats are available are River Sutlej, Nigeen Lake, and Dal Lake. Tourists can choose the houseboats depending upon the rates they can afford. The houseboats have grades from A to D, the Grade ‘A’ boat is expensive yet the best one while the Grade ‘D’ boat is somewhat a standard and inexpensive one. Staying in the houseboats is an amazing experience, and a great number of tourists enjoy staying in there.

Patnitop:

Patnitop is a hilltop tourist spot which is a location in Udhampur district in Jammu and Kashmir. It is situated on a plateau in the Shivalik belt of the Himalayas. Best known for its beautiful views, landscapes and snow covered mountains; this tourist destination is worth visiting. Along with enjoying the enchanting views of the hilltop, the tourists can also enjoy taking part in exciting activities such as Mountain climbing, skiing, and trekking. Patnitop is a complete tourism package for visitors and the time spent here can be utterly unforgettable.

Some of the top places to visit in Patnitop include Sanasar lake, Nathatop and nag mandir. Those who love to do paragliding can also enjoy it in Patnitop. The list of interesting things to do at this beautiful tourist destination is very long. You can whether rest in the hotel by watching the fascinating view from the window or can take part in exciting and adventurous activities. The place will never let you go without making you fell in love with it.

The top of the Himalayan Mountains covered with snow, the beautiful scenes, lakes, and meadows are the reason that tourists are attracted towards Patnitop. All these things play a great role in making the place worth visiting.  Along with visiting unusual places, this tourist destination also has something special to offer to the food lovers.  A sweet known as ‘Patisa’ is very famous there. Along with this, Chinese and Indian cuisines are also offered in a few restaurants there which are loved by a lot of people that visit Patnitop.

kargil:

One of the best tourist experiences in Jammu and Kashmir is incomplete without staying in the houseboats. Srinagar, which is located on the banks of the Jhelum River has around 700 houseboats with all the basic facilities such as electricity, water, etc. In Srinagar, the places where these houseboats are available are River Sutlej, Nigeen Lake, and Dal Lake. Tourists can choose the houseboats depending upon the rates they can afford. The houseboats have grades from A to D, the Grade ‘A’ boat is expensive yet the best one while the Grade ‘D’ boat is somewhat a standard and inexpensive one. Staying in the houseboats is an amazing experience, and a great number of tourists enjoy staying in there.

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