Jammu and Kashmir the northern-most state of India comprises three distinct regions namely Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. Not only does each of these three regions have its distinct charm, natural beauty, culture and topography, but all three of them put together encompass a wide range of activity that the tourists could ever need. Hence, from sightseeing and adrenaline pumping adventure to pilgrimage and enjoying the snow, you are sure to get it all in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The famous destinations of Jammu and Kashmir are Srinagar, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Sonmarg, Jammu, Patnitop, Katra- Mata Vaishnodevi, Leh Ladakh, Zanskar, Kargil and Sanasar. Jammu Kashmir Tourism has mentioned here about all the famous destinations of Jammu and Kashmir. If you want any information about Jammu Kashmir tour packages then please get in touch with us.
While visiting Srinagar, visit the famous lakes . The popular Dal Lake is one of the most beautiful and visited lakes in the world. The lake surrounded by mountains, blossoming gardens and orchards, leaves you speechless. Try a pleasant ride in Shikaras and Houseboats .
Gulmarg is wonderland for adventure sports lovers. The northern Pir Panjal Range is considered a perfect location for trekking. During your trip to Gulmarg, you have the privilege to visit the highest golf course in the world. The golf club was started by the British in 1904. Apart from this, it is also counted.
Pahalgam, popular as the valley of shepherds, is also the base camp for the pilgrims to the holy Amarnath cave. The place attracts tourists to explore its scenic beauty and the picturesque Liddar valley located in the high Himalayas. An ideal destination for hiking, trekking, and fishing, Pahalgam receives.
Enveloped by alpine trees, Sonmarg is a base camp for the holy Kashmir Travel. The yatra is organized during the month of July-August every year, and thousands of tourists are drawn towards Sonmarg. While visiting Sonmarg, make sure you include a trip to Nilagrad, the confluence of mountain.
Searching for an extraordinary viewpoint and walkway? Visit the Ranbir Canal. There is a small garden along this canal, which serves as a cool picnic spot in summer. A 5 km from the city centre, will bring you to the famous Bahu Fort & Gardens....
Patnitop is yet another hill station that fulfills your dream of living in the snowy slopes of the Alps. Situated near the river Chenab, this beautiful town offers a unique atmosphere of the Shivalik range of the Himalayas. Patnitop was earlier known as "Patan da Talab", meaning "Pond of the Princess"..
Located at an altitude of about 2500 feet above sea level, Katra serves as the base camp for the Yatra (journey) to the Holy Shrine of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Ji. Every year, more than 4.5 million pilgrims pass through Katra on their way to the holy shrine
If one wishes to experience totally different adventure sports, visit the majestic monasteries and celebrate the Buddhist festivals, no other place can compete with the "little Tibet"- Ladakh. Set amidst two of the world's most powerful mountain ranges, the Karakoram and the Great Himalayas
Meet the hardy mountain folks and experience the extreme winters in this beautiful trans-Himalayan valley- Zanskar. Nurtured by the famous Zanskar river, the region comprises of a mainly Buddist population. With diversified topographical features, Zanskar- 'the true Shangrila' covers an area of around 7,000 km sq.
Kargil served as an important centre on the trade route of the Pan-Asian network.Merchants carrying silk, brocade, carpets, tea, poppy and ivory passed through Kargil on their way to Central Asia. Trade flourished along this route till about half a century ago.
Sanasar, the mini Gulmarg and one of the remotest region of India, is a wonderful hill station in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The town is built in a cup-shaped meadow surrounded by gigantic conifers. Recently, it has been developed as a golf course for its tourists..