Speaking geographically Kashmir is the northernmost region of the Indian subcontinent. The formal introduction seems to be opaque and bland. Experience the warmth of the “shatoosh “ in the gorgeous landscape with snow-capped mountains, fields of saffron, orchards of apples, magnificent monuments, wildlife, and local handicrafts. Kashmir Tour can be molded to the nature of the visit. It is a pilgrimage who want to visit Vaishno Devi and Amarnath. With Kashmir Honeymoon Tour a Romantic getaway with shikaris in Dal Lake, a Gondola cable car ride in Gulmarg, or a walk at the Nishat Bagh the famous twelve-terraced garden located in Srinagar. Srinagar is the largest city in Kashmir with Dal Lake being the main highlight. Sonmarg is a stream of blooming flowers during the summer months of May to June. Kupwara is blessed with thriving meadows and alpine mountains. Pahalgam is a canvas painted with dense forests, meadows of flowers, and beautiful lakes. Enjoy local signature Kashmiri cuisines like Nadru Yakhni, Goshtaba, Rogan Josh and Kashmiri Dum Aloo. Try trekking in the Himalayas and river rafting in Sindh and Lidder rivers to golfing. Check out some uncommon things like copper kettles called Samovar, handcrafted walnut furniture and kangri ( an earthenware firepot )
The heaven on earth Kashmir packages starts with a bang at Srinagar. It is located on the banks of river Jhelum in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Srinagar is best known for its stationary houseboats and rowboats -Shikaras on Dal Lake also Nigeen Lake. Shalimar Bagh is the largest Mughal Garden in Srinagar with the other two being Nishant Bagh and Chashme Shahi. It was built in the year 1619 by Jahangir for his beloved wife Nur Jahan and is known as the “crown of Srinagar “.Shalimar Bagh covers an area of 31 acres and is a typical Mughal Garden with three terraces, each adorned with a fountain and pool for water supply.
Chini Khanas are positioned behind the waterfalls and the chinar trees are the main attraction. Dal Lake is the Jewel of Srinagar and is spread over fifteen kilometers is a mirror-like lake that manifests the reflection of the snow-capped peaks of the Pir Panjal mountains. Pari Mahal or the House of Fairies is a historical monument situated above Chashma Shahi Gardens was once a Buddhist monastery and is a great example of Islamic architecture built across three terraces. Hazratbal Shrine is the sacred mosque in Kashmir as it houses the relic Moi-e- Muqqadus as which is believed to be the hair of Prophet Muhammad’s beard.
The Kashmir Honeymoon Tour takes you to Gulmarg which is situated at an altitude of 2730 meters above sea level. It is a popular skiing destination located in the Pir Panjal range and is surrounded by meadows of flowers, snow-covered Himalayas, and evergreen forested valleys. Gulmarg is a top honeymoon destination in India with Gulmarg Gondola which is the second longest and highest cable car in the world. The cable car ride is divided into two phases which travel to and from Apharwat mountain and where most of the action of winter sports happen. The Gulmarg Gondola Chairlift connects Kungdoori to Mary’s shoulder and has ninety chairs and the ride takes a total of eleven minutes to complete.
Located at an elevation of 4200 meters above sea level is ingrained with snow-dusted mountains, and pearly white meadows. Alpathar Lake at the base of Apharwat Peak is soaked in nature and remains frozen till June is a one-day trek that starts from Gulmarg and covers a distance of thirteen kilometers. Maharani Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and lies on a hillock visible from all corners. It was built by Mohini Bai Sisodia and belongs to the Dogra Kings of Jammu and Kashmir. Drung Waterfall is a cascading waterfall that originates from a glacier with alluring sights in summer with surrounding greenery and caves to explore.
Proceed to the hill station of Sonamarg with the Kashmir Tour. Sonamarg is located at a distance of eighty kilometers in northeast of Srinagar at an elevation of 2,730 meters above sea level. It is surrounded by Kolhoi and Machoi glaciers, scenic lakes, and snow-laden fields. Sonmarg is the base camp of many trekking routes that lead to the mountain lakes of Gangabal, Gadsar, Satsar, and Kishansar. The valley is divided into two parts by the Thajiwas range. Thajiwas Glacier lies at a distance of three kilometers from Sonmarg in Kashmir is situated at a height of 3000 metres above sea level and is covered in snow throughout the year.
Alpine meadows are spread across the glacier with countless waterfalls which appear like paradise on earth. Visiting tourists can enjoy sledding during the summer season is perfect for camping and trekking. Zoji La Pass is a mountain pass in the Drass near Ladakh at an elevation of 3528 meters which connects Kashmir to Drass and Suru Valley. Zoji La is considered the world’s most dangerous mountain road. Krishnasar Lake located at a height of 3801 metres is a mesmerizing lake in Sonmarg with a pleasant atmosphere and dense alpines. Gangabal Trek is considered holy by the Hindus and is also known as Harmuk Ganga is located at a height of 3570 m. The lake has a population of fish and rainbow trout is the hight light of the lake. Vishansar Lake is an alpine high-altitude lake with shimmering blue waters and lush green meadows.
Kashmir Honeymoon Tour is incomplete without a visit to Pahalgam. Pahalgam is situated in the Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir Valley and is a mesmerizing hill station on the banks of the Lidder River. It is famous for activities like trekking, fishing, and hiking and it also serves as the base of an important pilgrimage -the Amarnath Yatra also in the valley Bollywood movie Betaab was shot and the valley earned the name of Betaab Valley. As you visit Pahalgam it is your chance to buy Kashmiri saffron from Pampore.
Aru Valley is located eleven kilometers from Pahalgam and is the base camp for trekking to Kolhoi Glacier as well as Tarsar -Masar Lake. In the winter it becomes a wonderland which gets covered in snow as far as you can see. Chandanwari located fifteen kilometres from Pahalgam is the starting point of the Amarnath Yatra and is known for snow sledding on the bridge. Chandanwari is a perfect spot for picnics is encompassed by snow-clad mountains and has the Lidder River flowing nearby. Betaab Valley has a breathtaking view of the surroundings surrounded by deodar trees and forests of pine trees. It is famous for being a trekking base as well as a camping site for travelers.