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Nature lovers from across the globe gravitate to this northernmost region of India, embracing destinations like Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Patnitop, and Leh and Ladakh.

Jammu & Kashmir, predominantly nestled in the Himalayan mountains, is a hotspot for adventure enthusiasts seeking trekking, rafting, and skiing experiences. This pristine state also houses major pilgrimage centers of India, including the Amarnath Caves and Vaishnodevi Shrine, making it an ideal choice for a Kashmir holiday with Tourist Angle.



While in Srinagar, you will get to witness the famous mughal gardens. Following the Persian style of architecture, the Mughal garden is a lovely tourist attraction in Kashmir. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the garden keeps flourishing with greenery and indigenous flower species and is a prime attraction


Over 15km around, Dal Lake is Srinagar’s jewel, a vast sheet of water reflecting the carved wooden balconies of the houseboats and the misty peaks of the Pir Panjal mountains. Flotillas of gaily painted shikaras skiff around the lake, transporting goods to market, children to school and travellers to delightful houseboats inspired by originals from the Raj era.


Believed to be the oldest shrine in the Kashmir valley, Shankaracharya Temple is one of the renowned Srinagar sightseeing places to catch the majestic nature at its best. It is an architectural marvel, stationed on a hill peak, 1100 feet above sea level. The view from the top is truly enchanting, especially from May to September.


Kathi Darwaza is one of the top places to visit in Srinagar. It is the entrance gate to the popular Hari Parbat Fort. The walls of the gate
possess tiny inscriptions in Mughal and Persian language. There is no doubt in the fact that this gate accentuates the splendour of the fort and adds to its beauty.


Situated at an altitude of 2730 m above sea level, Gulmarg is a popular skiing destination Surrounded by snow-covered lofty Himalayas, meadows of flowers, deep ravines, evergreen forested valleys, Gulmarg also has the world’s secondhighest Gondola ride which is also the second longest cable car.


Sonmarg, which means “Meadow of Gold”, is a picturesque hill station in the Kashmir Valley located in the Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

Situated at an altitude of 2800 meters and adorned with a majestic glacier, meadow, dense forests, and snow-capped mountains makes
Sonmarg an ideal holiday destination in Kashmir. For nature lovers, Sonmarg offers the chance to unwind amidst its scenic vistas; adventure buffs who can indulge in trekking and camping activities for adrenaline rush; and honeymoon couples can spend time cozying up amidst its beauty.


Pahalgam is famous for its scenic beauty and is the jewel of the picturesque Liddar valley located in the high Himalayas. It provides an ideal setting for activities like hiking, trekking, and fishing.

Pahalgam is a part of Asia’s only saffron growing area. One can see the saffron plants in full bloom in the month of November. There are a number of hiking and trekking trails around Pahalgam.

One can even explore these places on horseback.Trekking around Pahalgam is exhilarating, as it takes the traveler through virgin pine forests, clear mountain streams, and meadows of wildflowers.


Aru Valley is a famous tourist place in Jammu & Kashmir located in the Anantnag district around 12 kilometers from Pahalgam. Tourists are attracted towards it because of its lush meadows, pristine lakes & mountains, and it also serves as a base camp for trekking to the Kolahoi Glacier and Tarsar Lake.

It is an attractive tourist place to visit during your holidays in Kashmir not just for the gorgeous views, but for the various activities which you can enjoy here. During winters, when it’s covered with snow, it becomes a famous destination for skiing & heli skiing.


Betaab Valley, located about 15 km from Pahalgam, is named after a Bollywood film of the same name which was shot here.

Kashmir is the largest producer of saffron in India and the third largest producer in the world.

Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden is the largest tulip garden in Asia.

The Pir Panjal railway tunnel, or the Banihal railway tunnel, is India’s Longest Railway Tunnel. It is 11,215 km long, 8.4m wide and 7.39m tall. Banihal railway tunnel is India’s longest and Asia’s fourth longest railway tunnel.


  • 2N Srinagar, 1N Pahalgam & 1N Gulmarg
  • Shikara Ride (1 Hour)
  • Local Tour & Sightseeing in these cities.


  • 2N Srinagar, 2N Pahalgam & 1N Gulmarg
  • Shikara Ride (1 Hour)
  • Local Tour & Sightseeing in these cities.


  • 2N Srinagar, 2N Pahalgam & 2N Gulmarg
  • Shikara Ride (1 Hour)
  • Local Tour & Sightseeing in these cities.