This is a 7-day sightseeing package to Kashmir, one of India’s magnificent provinces also known as “Paradise on Earth”, as well as the most sought after places of love in the world.
Kashmir Gardens: Kashmir is considered the richest in the gardens, with numerous maple trees, lush fountains, and countless flowering plants. Gardens like Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh, Chashmashahi, near panaromic Dal Lake and beautiful hills, have made their mark as successful tourist destinations. Although they have been around for centuries, these gardens are popular with tourists from all over the world.
Kashmir Homes Canoes:
One can find the amazing beauty of these house boats and the surrounding environment in Dal Lake, Nagin Lake and Jhelum River. 50-year-old house boats can also be seen in Kashmir. Formerly used only by fishing communities, these boats today are not only a tourist attraction but also a place where the unique use of Kashmiri handicrafts can be seen (furniture, carpets, etc.).
Beautiful Himalayas, snowy valleys, numerous hikes and spectacular lakes form the ownership of this ‘Indian crown’. J&K mountain stations allow you to experience outstanding peaks and attractive weather. A few places offer peace in the cool natural environment, while others are known for a variety of recreational activities. The hills and valleys of Kashmir have a number of beautiful lakes, flower gardens and steep mountains, and Jammu has many lakes and rolling hills. The province of Ladakh is heavily influenced by Buddhism, so you may find countless monasteries surrounded by snowcapped peaks and glaciers.
2.Srina to stay in Srinagar.
1.Shikara rode to Nehru Park.
3. Explore Mughal Gardens.
4.Look at the beauty of Gulmarg.
5. Witness the green vegetation of Pahalgam.
6. Enjoy riding a pony.
7. Comfort the banks of the River Lidder.
8.Enjoy Shopping at the local market.
TRAVEL – 7 days
Day 1 – Srinagar: Arrive and Relax:
Srinagar is a large city in India famous for its Mughal valleys, lakes, and gardens. At night. if you wish you can spend the day at the booth / hotel or go to the canoe to ride the Shikara in Nehru Park. Visit Srinagar, the summer capital of Kashmir, and you will surely fall in love with the fascinating and tempting nature. Srinagar, literally meaning “city of wealth and abundance” in Sanskrit, boasts a beautiful spot on the Himalayan ice cap. The magical beauty of Srinagar, the breathtaking landscapes, the crystal-clear waters, the shepherd’s village, the world-famous Dal lake, etc. are goods that attract people from all over the world. This place offers an amazing vacation away from the noise and pollution of urban areas.
Day 2 – Srinagar: Enjoy Viewing:
While visiting Srinagar, visit the famous lakes. Dal Lake surrounded by mountains, lush gardens and orchards, leave you speechless. Try a fun ride on Shikaras and indoor boats. The company under Dal, another famous waterfall is Nagin Lake, which is frequently visited for swimming, diving and boating.
Day 3 – Gulmarg: See Beauty:
Welcome to the highest golf course in the world, located at 2650 meters !! As the name suggests, Gulmarg offers you a magnificent view of the grassy plains. The term “Gulmarg”, literally meaning “flower pasture” in Hindi, was invented by Sultan Yusuf Shah in the 16th century. Colorful Bluebells, Daisies, Forget Me Butts and Buttercups attract a lot of visitors from all over the world. Apart from being one of the best hill stations in India, Gulmarg has something special for travelers. Winter is perfect for skiing and hiking.
Day 4 – Pahalgam: Check Out More:
Pahalgam, popularly known as the village of shepherds, is also a base camp for travelers to the sacred cave of Amarnath. The area attracts tourists to explore its natural beauty and the beautiful Liddar valley located in the majestic Himalayan mountains. Ideal for hiking, hiking, and fishing, Pahalgam experiences heavy snowfall from December to February. Its dense pine forests and cedar forests provide a natural habitat for the brown bear. During your visit to Pahalgam, you can visit Hajan, a picnic area, on the way to Chandanwari.
Day 5 – YOUSMARG:
Yousmarg has the potential to be the gateway to possible southern, western, and eastern destinations including Doodhpathri, Nilnag, Bargah and Tosamaidan. The Yousmarg region has a great potential for tourism mainly due to its virginity and potential for the development of ecotourism. The region until decades ago was home to an abundance of wildlife and was known for its abundant wildlife. It is located at an altitude of 8,900ft from sea level. Yousmarg natural slopes offer professional skiing opportunities. School camps and hobbyists spend a week-long stay in Yousmarg to enjoy the exciting hiking trails. Day trips are usually started by guests. Ideal for honeymooners, as it is the quietest place in all the tourist destinations.
Day 6 – Sonmarg:
For all those hikers who wish to enjoy camping at the mountain station, Sonmarg is the perfect place. Visitors flock to this fork in the mountains to see the spectacular scenery and the snowcapped peaks. Known as the ‘Meadow of Gold’, Sonmarg is located between a valley of flowers and lakes. The word “Son” literally means “Gold” in Hindi, and this golden snow-covered beauty is very appealing to springtime. Extraordinary vegetation of the region is cultivated by the Sindh River. Sonmarg is the gateway to Ladakh.
Day 7 – Srinagar: Tourism Concludes:
Here is a happy ending to your 7 days Enjoy your delicious breakfast, complete your exit procedures and go to the train station / airport on your way home.