6 days 5 nights
An unforgettable Kashmir Tour, an enchanting journey through the breathtaking landscapes of Srinagar, Pahalgam, and Gulmarg. This tour promises to immerse you in the unparalleled beauty of the Kashmir Valley, where every turn reveals a new postcard-perfect scene.
Begin your Kashmir Tour in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. Here, you’ll be captivated by the serene Dal Lake, where shikaras (traditional wooden boats) glide across its crystal-clear waters, mirroring the majestic Himalayan peaks in the distance. The Mughal Gardens, with their meticulously manicured lawns and vibrant flowerbeds, provide a glimpse into the region’s rich history.
Next, venture to Pahalgam, a quaint town nestled amidst lush green meadows and dense pine forests. This gem of a destination in your Kashmir Tour is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. The Lidder River, flowing through the town, offers opportunities for trout fishing and white-water rafting, while Betaab Valley presents an idyllic setting for leisurely strolls.
Gulmarg, the final stop on your Kashmir Tour, enchants visitors with its snow-capped peaks and verdant meadows. The Gulmarg Gondola, one of the world’s highest cable cars, grants panoramic views of the Pir Panjal range. If you’re visiting during winter, the Gulmarg slopes offer some of the finest skiing experiences in Asia.
This Kashmir Tour promises an unforgettable expedition through the crown jewel of India’s natural beauty, ensuring memories that will linger long after your journey concludes.
Welcome to Srinagar, The Lake City. On arrival at Srinagar Airport, begin your tour of 'Exotic Kashmir'. You will be transferred to Houseboat. After enjoy a romantic 'shikara' ride on Dal Lake. Dinner and overnight stay at the Houseboat.
The morning after breakfast, check-out from the houseboat and start the voyage through the renowned Mughal Garden. You will visit Nishat (Garden of Pleasure) and Shalimar cultivate, Chashma Shahi Bagh, Pari Mahal (truly known as a token of adoration) these greenery enclosures are arranged on the bank of the Dal Lake with the Zabarwan slopes out of sight. Enroute visit Shankaracharya temple and Hazrat Bal Shrine. Later check-in into hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel.
Today you embark on a full day excursion to the picturesque 'meadow of gold’ Sonamarg. Enroute visit Hazratbal Shrine &The fast-flowing Sindh River makes it popular for trout and mahseer fishing in summer. On arrival at Sonamarg You can opt for a pony ride to one of the glaciers for some fun in snow and ice (by your own payment). Return to the Hotel in Srinagar in the evening and enjoy a comfortable overnight stay.
Note: The vehicle will drop and pick you up at Sonamarg car stand. To reach the glaciers, you can hire ponies by your own payment basis.
After healthy breakfast at the hotel, checkout and transfer on wheel to Pahalgam a lovely tourist spot in Kashmir also addresses as Valley of Shepherds. Pahalgam 2440 Mtrs (vale of Kashmir) Enroute visit Saffron Fields & Outlet. On arrival check-in into hotel. Pahalgam has the surrounding beauty & A small village set in pine and fir forest is pleasing and offers good view. In Pahalgam one can have a horse ride and can visit Baisaran, Baadyan & Kashmir valley (at your own cost). Evening free at leisure. Enjoy the delicious dinner and overnight stay in Hotel.
After healthy breakfast , drive towrds Gulmarg from Pahalgam pass willow trees, fast flowing streams and lust green mealows. GULMARG - the meadow of flowers is an aptterm for idyllic flower - laden meadow offering spectacular view of towering snow capped peaks cover with dense forests of tall conifers and gigantic fir and pine trees. Check in Hotel after arrival. Overnight at Gulmarg.
End of the beautiful tour.
The ideal time for this tour is during the spring and summer months (April to June) when the weather is pleasant. However, if you're interested in winter sports, visiting between December and February is recommended.
Yes, Kashmir is a popular tourist destination and is generally safe for travelers. The local authorities and tourism industry take measures to ensure the safety and comfort of visitors.
Pack comfortable clothing suitable for the season of your visit. In warmer months, bring lightweight clothing, while in winter, pack warm layers. Don't forget essentials like comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, and any specific items you may need for activities like skiing or trekking.
It's recommended to dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites. Always seek permission before taking photographs of locals. It's also customary to greet people with a polite "Salaam" (Hello) or "Adaab" as a sign of respect.
Don't miss out on experiencing the rich Kashmiri cuisine. Sample dishes like Rogan Josh (a flavorful meat curry), Yakhni (a delicate yogurt-based curry), and Wazwan (a grand feast of multiple courses). Also, try the famous Kahwa, a traditional Kashmiri green tea.