Top 10 places to visit in Kashmir


Srinagar, "Heaven on Earth," nestled on Jhelum River's banks, captivates with Mughal gardens, houseboats, and the largest tulip garden in Asia. Explore its beauty and savor Kashmiri delights like shawls, saffron, and dried fruits.


Gulmarg, a top skiing destination in Jammu and Kashmir, offers scenic beauty, adventure sports, and spiritual sites like St. Mary's Church. Enjoy skiing, Gondola rides, sledge skiing, and trout fishing for an exciting vacation.


Sonmarg, "Meadow of Gold," a scenic hill station in Kashmir, offers trekking adventures like Gangabal Lake Trek and Amarnath Cave. In winter, enjoy sledging, skiing, and mesmerizing glacier views. Accessible from Dal Lake, it's an ideal holiday spot.


Pahalgam, the 'Valley of Shepherds,' beckons with Lidder Nallah's musical flow, lush pine forests, and Himalayan vistas. A hub for Amarnath Yatra, it offers diverse activities like camping, trekking, white-water rafting

Dal Lake

Dal Lake, Srinagar's iconic attraction, spans 18 sq km with floating gardens called "Raad" blooming with lotus in July and August. Houseboats, intertwined with daily life, offer a must-have experience for Kashmir visitors.


Yusmarg, meaning "The Meadow of Jesus" in Kashmiri, offers lush pastures and dense woodlands against a backdrop of snow-capped mountains. Less visited but stunning


Doodhpathri, 43 km from Srinagar, translates to 'Valley of Milk.' The meadows, resembling flowing milk from a distance, offer a serene and green ambiance. A newly discovered paradise in Kashmir, known for its tranquil setting.

Drung Waterfall

Drung Waterfall, 50 km from Srinagar, near Gulmarg, is a captivating sight with water streams from glaciers. Accessible from Tangmarg, it offers a modest yet enchanting view, especially during the winter months.

Nishat Garden

Nishat Garden, the second-largest Mughal garden in Kashmir, offers breathtaking views of Dal Lake and the Pir Panjal mountain range. Conceived in 1633, it's a haven for nature enthusiasts and a delight for family vacations and romantic couples.

Shalimar Garden

Shalimar Bagh, the largest of Srinagar's three Mughal Gardens, was created by Emperor Jahangir in 1619 for his wife Noor Jahan. Spanning 31 acres

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