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Nestled amidst the towering peaks of the Himalayas, Kashmir stands as a jewel of unparalleled beauty and cultural richness, beckoning travelers from around the world to immerse themselves in its enchanting landscapes and vibrant heritage. Stretching like a picturesque canvas, Kashmir offers a plethora of experiences that cater to the desires of nature enthusiasts, adventure seekers, and culture aficionados alike, ensuring an unforgettable journey through its valleys, lakes, and ancient cities. At the heart of Kashmir's allure lies the serene expanse of Dal Lake, where shimmering waters reflect the snow-capped peaks and verdant meadows, creating a scene of ethereal beauty. Here, visitors are transported into a world of tranquility as they glide across the lake's surface in traditional shikaras, marveling at the floating gardens and vibrant houseboats that dot its shores. Against the backdrop of the majestic Himalayas, every moment spent on Dal Lake is a testament to the region's natural splendor and timeless charm. For those seeking an adrenaline rush, the alpine paradise of Gulmarg emerges as a playground for winter sports enthusiasts, offering a thrilling array of activities amidst its pristine slopes and snow-covered peaks. From exhilarating ski runs to heart-pounding snowboarding adventures, Gulmarg's powdery slopes provide the perfect setting for unforgettable winter escapades. As the crisp mountain air fills the lungs and the snow-capped peaks loom overhead, visitors are enveloped in a sense of exhilaration and awe, making Gulmarg a must-visit destination for adventure seekers of all levels. Beyond the valleys and mountains, the Himalayas beckon trekkers and mountaineers to embark on epic journeys through rugged trails and awe-inspiring landscapes. From the challenging routes of the Great Lakes Trek to the scenic trails of the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek, the region offers a plethora of options for adventurers to explore its pristine wilderness and experience the thrill of conquering towering peaks. With each step taken amidst the breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas, travelers are rewarded with a sense of accomplishment and a deeper connection to nature's wonders. Amidst the natural splendor, Kashmir's cultural heritage shines through in its myriad of historical sites, including the iconic Mughal Gardens. These meticulously landscaped gardens, adorned with vibrant flowers, cascading fountains, and intricate terraces, offer a glimpse into the grandeur of Mughal architecture and design, providing a serene retreat for visitors to unwind and immerse themselves in the beauty of nature. Strolling amidst the fragrant blooms and manicured lawns, one can't help but feel transported to a bygone era of opulence and elegance, making the Mughal Gardens a true oasis of tranquility amidst the bustling city of Srinagar. Delve deeper into Kashmir's rich cultural tapestry by exploring its ancient temples and shrines, each steeped in legend and mythology. From the revered Amarnath Cave, dedicated to Lord Shiva, to the sacred Shankaracharya Temple, perched atop a hill overlooking Srinagar, these religious sites offer spiritual solace amidst the breathtaking landscapes of the region. With their intricate carvings, ornate architecture, and centuries-old traditions, Kashmir's temples and shrines provide a window into the region's spiritual heritage and enduring devotion. No visit to Kashmir is complete without indulging in its culinary delights and handicrafts, which showcase the region's rich culinary heritage and artistic craftsmanship. Sample traditional Kashmiri cuisine, renowned for its aromatic flavors and exotic spices, and browse through bustling markets brimming with intricately woven carpets, exquisite pashmina shawls, and vibrant papier-mâché artifacts. From savory kebabs and aromatic biryanis to delicate handcrafted souvenirs, Kashmir's markets offer a treasure trove of delights for discerning travelers and souvenir hunters alike. In addition to its cultural treasures, Kashmir is also celebrated for its rich and diverse flora and fauna, which thrive amidst its pristine ecosystems. From the fragrant saffron fields of Pampore to the orchards laden with apples and cherries, Kashmir's landscapes are adorned with a colorful tapestry of flora that mesmerizes the senses in every season. Wildlife enthusiasts can also encounter a plethora of species, including the elusive snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, musk deer, and vibrant birdlife, while exploring the region's national parks and reserves. With its lush forests, crystal-clear rivers, and snow-capped peaks, Kashmir is a haven for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts alike, offering endless opportunities for exploration and discovery amidst its pristine wilderness. In essence, Kashmir offers a symphony of experiences that encompass the essence of nature, adventure, culture, and heritage, inviting travelers to embark on a transformative journey that unfolds amidst the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas. Whether cruising on the tranquil waters of Dal Lake, carving through powdery slopes in Gulmarg, or immersing oneself in the rich cultural tapestry of the region, Kashmir promises an unforgettable odyssey that lingers in the heart long after the journey ends. With its timeless allure and boundless wonders, Kashmir remains an eternal paradise, beckoning travelers to explore its enchanting landscapes and vibrant culture for generations to come.

Kashmir is a place that can charm anyone with its natural beauty and cultural richness. It is a place that can inspire poets, artists, and writers. It is a place that can heal the body and the soul. It is a place that can make one fall in love with life. It is a place that deserves to be visited and explored. It is a place that is truly a paradise on earth.


Day 1

Arrive Srinagar

Meet and greets on arrival at Srinagar airport and transfer to a Houseboat on Dal Lake,
at Ghat no. 14/15 (standard check-in at 12:00 noon, early check-in subject to
availability), after short rest proceed to visit the famous Mughal garden followed by
Nishat Bagh (the garden of pleasure) and Shalimar garden (abode of love), Evening
enjoy Shikara ride on Dal Lake, visit floating gardens, Lotus gardens inside of the Lake
(Lotus flower blooms between the months of July to Aug. in clusters at various places in
Dal Lake), Later return to Houseboat.
Dinner and Overnight stay

Day 2

Srinagar - Sonmarg - Srinagar (90 kms/ 3 hour's drive one side, depends on traffic)

After leisurely breakfast around 08:00 am, proceed for a day excursion to Sonmarg
(Meadows of Gold), on the way enjoy the scenic views, road snakes through massive
mountains laden with forests and firs.
After a breath-taking journey from Srinagar you come across River Sindh that is
abounded with trout & Mahseer.
Onwards the valley opens up to a meadow, Ponies/local vehicles can be hired for a trip
up to Thajiwas glacier; a major attraction during the summer months. Sonmarg's
importance lies in the fact that it is the last halt on the Kashmir side for the drive from
Srinagar to Leh. You will be fascinated to see Snowy Mountains against a cerulean sky
against its backdrop. After sightseeing return to Srinagar.
Dinner and night stay at hotel.

Day 3

Srinagar - Gulmarg - Srinagar (55 kms/ 2 hour's drive, depends on traffic)

After leisurely breakfast at round 08:00 am, proceed for a full day tour of Gulmarg, one
of the most beautiful summer/winter resorts in the valley.
One can have a Gondola (Cable car ride) at own cost, it can be also booked online in
advance, using this link https://www.jammukashmircablecar.com/ (Sometime there are
long queues at the ticket counter and boarding gate of Gondola ride (during rush period,
guests may have to wait for 1- 2 hours in the queues) Guest patience is highly
Ride from Gulmarg to Khilanmarg to have a real view in natural beauty of the summer
and full snow view in winter. You can have a Pony ride in the open fields to seven
springs and to a Lake, which remains frozen until June. After sightseeing drive back to
Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel

Day 4

4Srinagar - Pahalgam - Srinagar (100 kms/ 3 hour's drive one side, depends on traffic)

After early breakfast at around 07:00 am, proceed for a day tour of Pahalgam, one of the
beautiful and fascinating Ideal resorts all the year round. It is the base for several treks in
the Region. Situated at the confluence of the Lidder River and set amidst fir and pine
covered mountains, one can have a real feelings of Paradise.
The sightseeing of Pahalgam would be done by local car (from taxi union), One can
higher car at own cost (1000/- approx per car) to visit Baisaran Road, Betab valley,
Overa Aru valley etc. After excursion drive back to Srinagar.
Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 5

Depart Srinagar

After leisurely breakfast check-out and transfer to Srinagar airport on time to board flight
for onward journey

● Accommodation in well appointed twin/dbl sharing basis in the proposed hotels or similar
● Daily breakfast and dinner in Hotel/Houseboat as indicated (fixed menu)
● Meals included (4 Breakfast & 4 Dinner)
● All transfers, excursions & sightseeing as per itinerary by private non A/C Vehicle
● 01 Hour Shikara ride on Dal Lake
● Assistance on arrival and departure at airport

●  Air fare/ Train fare
● Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, tips, portrage, mineral water, table
drinks etc.
● Any activities mentioned in the itinerary but not indicated in the above inclusions
● Guide/ Entry fees during sightseeing
● Meals (Lunch)
● Gandola ride in Gulmarg
● Any adventure activity like Pony ride, Horse ride or Paragliding etc
● Local vehicle in Pahalgam during sightseeing at Betaab Valley, Aru and Chandanwari
● Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslide, road blockage, political
disturbances (strikes) etc

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