Jammu and Kashmir Travel Guide

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Things To Do In Jammu and Kashmir


To be very precise, the power of words cannot define the beauty of this state. It is mesmerising, it is mood, it is aspiration and beyond this it is a state of mind. The mere mention of Jammu and Kashmir reminds of beautiful scenery, landscapes, mountains and lot more. Be a part of all this with our Jammu and Kashmir Holiday Packages. 

Gulmarg's stunning excellence, its pine encompassed bowls, and plushness of sprouting blooms make it a prime hill station in Jammu and Kashmir. Amid winters, Gulmarg is country’s best ski-resort destination which is accessible by the Gulmarg Gondola. The Gondola Cable Car covers an airborne separation of 5 km and reaches the Apharwat top. It works in two stages. The main stage takes you from Gulmarg to Kongdoor. It begins from 2,990 m and has a vertical ascent of 400 m. Consistently it ships 1500 individuals to the stature of 3100 m from where a few simple keeps running for skiing are available. Next, stage 2 brings into the image the huge Himalayan Ranges as it goes to a dimension higher than previously. The link vehicle climbs 1,330 vertical meters to a stature of almost 4,000m and achieves the Apharwat Mountain. It conveys 600 individuals for every hour. In the wake of touching base at the station, you can additionally have a 30 minutes trek to come to the peak. From here the LOC or the Line of Control is noticeable. 
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One among the biggest and most astounding 18-hole golf-course in India, the Gulmarg Golf Course is located on the lower scopes of Gulmarg. Did you know that golfing began in this region in around the mid 1920s? But the present day structure planned by Ranjit Nanda – an outstanding golf-course designer – was introduced just in 2011 by Omar Abdullah, the then Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir. Gulmarg has gradually risen as a standout amongst the most prevalent spots to visit in Gulmarg and a famous golf destination in India. The course is open from 08:30 am – 10:00 pm with price ranging from INR 800.
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Just 6km from the Gulmarg transport station, Khilanmarg is a little heaven covered with blossoms of different hues in spring which changes into a skier's fantasy goal in the winters. The pinnacles are in clear view from the skiing slants and they give an excellent foundation to the diversion. Likewise, the celebrated Nanga Parbat which is 7100m high is near it and makes an ideal picturesque photo.
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Chandanwari, situated on the outskirts of Pahalgam, is one of the best traveler places having extraordinary religious significance. It is the inception purpose of the Amarnath Yatra, an imperative journey held in the Hindu month of Sawan. Supplied with amazing excellence, this spot is a central fascination for people wanting to try sledging. Undulating scenes and sporadic greenery overhangs the geology of this little place.
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A stunningly wonderful spot Kolahoi Glacier is one of the must see touring places in Pahalgam. The solitary method to get to the Kolahoi Glacier is through a difficult trek, not for the weakling. At 18,000 feet, the breathtaking scenery makes it a worthwhile experience. The trek is flushed with thick green mountain vegetation and green dales. Roaring River Lidder, thick conifer woodlands with super cold garrulous rivulets are all there to make the trek to the frigid mass even more vital. 
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Found high on the Indian National Highway 1D, Zoji La is one of the profoundly roosted, and unsafe yet exciting mountain goes in Kashmir. It interfaces Srinagar to Leh as well as it is one of those exciting traveler puts in Sonmarg that makes you a stride nearer to the Himalayas. What goes through the Kashmir valley and Ladakh bringing them and their own corners nearer is a high mountain pass, Zoji-La Pass at an elevation of 3528 m over the ocean level. Certain parts of the pass, particularly, can be somewhat of a perilous ride; subsequently one must go down this one, just with a prepared driver, used to such steep and energetic turns and streets. Likewise the pass gets shut once in a while amid the winter months. 
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Enjoy one of the most immaculate encounters when in Srinagar — staying in vibrant, majestic houseboats of Kashmir. These beautiful floating boats are quite similar (and also smaller) than usual inn and offer customary encounters with a cutting edge comfort. You can revive yourself in the room, and when you're sick of resting, you can invest your energy appreciating the normal magnificence around from the balcony of the watercraft. Imagine indulging in a hot Kashmiri meal sitting in a royal dining room on the boat? Romantic, isn’t it? For those unaware, The price for a standard room in a decent houseboat begins from INR 1,500 every night.  
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The breathtaking palace — Pari Mahal , also known as The Palace of Fairies, is a seven-terraced garden located at the top of Zabarwan mountain range, overlooking the city of Srinagar. And what better than seeing a city at its best — by Paragliding. Get ready for the most joyful Kashmir trip experience ever! The strange airborne perspective of the city will give you a chance to take a look at its flawless lakes and delightful gardens at the same time, abandoning you requesting more. Paragliding at Pari Mahal is open on all days of the week from 08:00 AM to 6:00 PM and the cost fluctuates according to the span and the sort (solo or pair) of the flight. 
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The beautiful Dal Lake has recently got the most dreamlike involvement in store for you – the Shikara ride. While paddling around the lake, you won't simply have the capacity to observe the nightfall in the entirety of its brilliance, yet in addition the city's way of life getting it done. This ageless involvement in the city merits each dime! Over 15km around, Dal Lake is Srinagar's gem, a huge sheet of water mirroring the cut wooden overhangs of the houseboats and the hazy pinnacles of the Pir Panjal Mountains. Flotillas of merrily painted Shikaras (gondola-like taxi pontoons) dinghy around the lake, transporting merchandise to advertise, kids to class and voyagers to magnificent houseboats motivated by firsts from the Raj period. 

The Shikara ride is open on all days of the week from 5:00 AM to 6:00 PM with price ranging from INR 150 to 600 for each individual 

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