Soul of Kashmir

Explore the Nature

Kashmir is known as the heaven on earth due to its immense natural beauty. The Kashmir Valley, located in the north-western region of India, is situated between the Himalayas and the Pir Panjal Mountain range. Kashmir covered by snow-filled mountains and gleaming lakes is a popular tourist destination in India. This state of India is divided into three regions namely Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh.

Tourist Spots

Srinagar :-

Srinagar is one of Kashmir’s and India’s most exquisite and famous tourist destinations. In Srinagar, you may enjoy anything from boating to climbing, bird watching to water skiing. Srinagar, the capital of Jammu and Kashmir, offers a stunning view of natural features along the banks of the Jhelum River, which continue to draw tourists. The Dal Lake, which is recognised as the city’s jewel, is the main attraction here. Kashmiri cuisine and culture are also well-known in this region. A few more attractions here are Dal Lake, Mughal Gardens, and Nishat Bagh.

Gulmarg :-

Gulmarg, which lies 2.7 kilometres above sea level, is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, lush green grazing area, hills and valleys, and evergreen woods. Gulmarg is also recognised as one of Kashmir’s greatest tourist destinations. This location is well-known for its skydiving and gondola rides. The snow adds a romantic touch to the scene. The main attractions here are the Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve, Strawberry Field, and Aphrawat Peak.

Pahalgam :-

Located at a height of 2740 metres, is regarded as an example of heaven on earth. It is 95 kilometres from Srinagar and is surrounded by lush forests, gorgeous lakes, and flower-filled meadows. This little town is well-known for relieving tension, making it one of the greatest spots to visit in Kashmir. Pahalgam is also known for river rafting, golfing, and shopping at Lidder Lake for traditional Kashmiri handicrafts. Betaab Valley, Mamal Temple, and Sheshnag Lake are the main attractions here.

Vaishno Mata Mandir :-

Located at a height of 1560 m above the sea level, at 15 km from Katra, in the Trikuta Hills. It is the holy cave temple of Goddess Vaishno Devi. This Temple is a famous pilgrimage site in Kashmir as well as across India, where thousands of pilgrims visit every year to visit Vaishno Devi. Let us tell you, Vaishno Devi is a religious pilgrimage site, where pilgrims climb 13 km on foot.