Kashmir Itinerary Trip to Heaven in 7 Days


Kashmir Itinerary Trip



Due to its fabulous beauty, Kashmir is considered “Paradise on this Earth.”  Those who visit here for the first time experience and enjoy a new way. If you are fond of traveling, then it will be a universal suggestion that you must visit Kashmir once. It is a jewel in India’s crown, with snow-capped mountains, lush green glades, gleaming lakes, and flower-decked valleys.



You will be offered a drive from Jammu to Srinagar once you arrive in Jammu, whether by rail, aircraft, or car.It takes 7-8 hours to reach SrinagarYou might want to take a walk around the road to take in the spectacular vistas of the Zabarwan Mountain Range. A shikara ride is one of its kind that you should be doingAfter a relaxing ride and a calm walk, you can consider returning to the hotel and indulging in a delectable breakfast.


A houseboat would be a great option for spending the night. The slow moving boat in the water of Dal Lake gives a different relaxation. The next morning it may be time to visit the local market and shop. Along with this, local food can also be enjoyed. After that, you can visit Mughal Gardens, CheshmaShahi or the ‘Royal Spring,’ PariMahal or the ‘Palace of the Fairies’, Shalimar Bagh or the ‘Garden of Love,’ Nishat Garden or The Tulip Garden, Shankaracharya Temple, and the Garden of Pleasure



Gulmarg has located 31 km from Baramulla and 49 km from Srinagar. Gulmarg is also called Meadow of Flowers. It is close to Srinagar. Gulmarg is also an ideal skiing destination. The best destination for skiing in Kashmir is Gulmarg, which is known for its great altitude. Remember to convey your camera, as this spot will allow you to observe some interesting Nanga Parbat sees.



Sonmarg is just 81 kms away from Srinagar. Sonamarg turns into a valley canvassed in white gold in the colder time of year, accordingly satisfying its name. Sonmarg has antiquated significance since it was an entryway on the old Silk Road that associated Kashmir with China. It gives a headquarters to Ladakh and is militarily vital for India. 



Pahalgam is known as the ‘Shepherds’ Valley.This journey will closely give you a nature trail, mesmerizing you for the rest of your life. It is all about the fun and excitement you get from the tour, which you should enjoy. On the way to Pahalgam, there is a saffron garden where you might want to stay for some time. In Pahalgam, many places like Betaab Valley, Aru Valley, Chandanwari, pony rides, white water rafting, etc., are to roam.

Chandanwari is well known for being the base, or beginning stage, of the, perceived Hindu journey site, Shri Amarnath Yatra, which begins in June and finishes in August. It is arranged at 2,895 meters and is situated around 16 kilometers from Pahalgam. 



If there is time on the last day of your tour, then you can also roam around in Jammu. Also, there will be a Jammu city tour which will be quite a great experience. It takes about 6 hours to reach Jammu from Chandanwadi. You can visit places like Ragunath Temple, Har Ki Pauri Temple, and Kali Mata Temple and then have a pleasant overnight stay at the hotel. You can also spend the last day visiting Jammu. If Bahu Mata is the presiding idol of Jammu, then the dargah of Peer Budhan Ali Shah is the other shrine that protects Jammuites.



Train or flight facility is available from Jammu to other cities directly. This is the time when you have to go back to your home town and you come back, but for a few days your heart and mind remain in Kashmir. Start the journey to reach your place of residence or nearest station by rail or flight mode as per your convenience and booking.


Undoubtedly, the travelers visit Kashmir to feel like coming here again after traveling here. So many people come to visit here every year and see heaven on earth come alive. The radiance of Kashmir is captivating to the point that it entrances each visitor and obliges them to over and over visit it. Decked with snow-cleaned mountains, sumptuous green knolls, sparkling lakes, and bloom decked valleys make it a jewel in India’s crown.

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