Are you planning to make a week-long visit to ‘Paradise ion Earth’ Kashmir valleyalongside visiting the Jammu regionwith your newly weded wife? Do you wish to start your honeymoon trip with a visit to a religious place like Vaishno Devi temple, one of the most important shrineinHinduism?Do you feel you love snow-capped hills, lush green valleys and forest? Do you think you have it in you to go on an adventure trip of lifetime with your group of friends or office colleagues, in Kashmir valley? Do you feel you can make your honeymoon trip, a trip of life to make treasured memories? Then we have just the right kind of tour spread over 6 nights / 7 days just for you and your new wife. Travelxploria brings to you, the trip from Jammu region to Kashmir valley.The trip starts from Jammu and moves forwardto the ‘golden quadrilateral’ of tourism in Kashmir withPahalgam-Srinagar-Sonmargalong with the day-long excursion to Gulmarg.The highlight of tour besides Vaishno Devi temple visit, is the visit to Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve.In Sonmarg get a glimpse of the 5000 meter plus snow-capped mountains like Sirbal Peak, Amarnath Peak, Kolhoi Peak, and Machoi Peakis another highlight.Unlike your other trips to Jammu and Kashmir that started from Srinagar, this trip starts from Jammu. Travelxploriaassures to help you cover all the major tourist destinationsacross the Kashmir Valley within the timeframe as specified. We will make sure that everything mentioned in the itinerary as proposed by us to you is covered, barring matters beyond our control. Our representatives will be with you every step of the way, from start to finish.
₹ 16,500/- per person
Kick start your Jammu and Kashmir tour package with your arrival in Katra in Jammu region. You will be greeted by our tour representative and taken via private transfer to Pahalgam—known as the Valley of Shepherds. Enjoy a scenic long drive along the Chenab and Lidder Rivers to Pahalgam from Katra. Check into your hotel and freshen up in the afternoon. Optional visits to Baisaran Valley via trek or a pony ride can be arranged. Enjoy dinner as mentioned in our Jammu Kashmir itinerary and a comfortable stay in your hotel in Pahalgam.
Post breakfast at your hotel, get ready to explore the “Valley of Shepherds” today. Pony rides, fishing, rafting, and trekking are popular things to do in Pahalgam. Take the remainder of the day to explore Aru, Betaab Valley, and Chandanwari at your own cost. Visit the banks of the Lidder River to enjoy quiet time in the evening. Return to your hotel to spend the night in Pahalgam.
After eating breakfast in Pahalgam, drive to Srinagar as per your Jammu Kashmir tour itinerary. Check into your hotel in Srinagar and freshen up. Take a sightseeing tour of terraced Mughal Gardens of Srinagar such as Nishat Garden, Shalimar, and Chashma Shahi Garden. Take the evening to explore the Old City of Srinagar at your own pace. Return to your hotel for overnight stay in Srinagar.
Post breakfast in Srinagar, embark on a long drive to Gulmarg via Tangmarg. Known for skiing opportunities, Gulmarg also has an 18-hole golf course. Enjoy views of Nanga Parbat from the top of Apharwat Peak in Gulmarg. Optional cable car rides (at additional cost) can also be enjoyed in Gulmarg in evening. Drive back to Srinagar to enjoy dinner and a comfortable overnight stay.
After finishing a delicious breakfast in Srinagar, take a long drive to Sonmarg via Kangan. The three-hour drive to Sonmarg is exciting to say the least. Explore the beauty of Sindh Valley and flowery meadows of Sonmarg on this 6 nights 7 days Jammu and Kashmir tour package. On this one day Sonamarg tour, visit Thajiwas Glacier, which is the most popular attraction. Optional visits to Gadsar and Satsar lakes near Sonmarg can also be arranged via pony ride or trekking guides. Return to your room in Sonmarg for overnight stay.
Check into a houseboat and freshen up. Visit the famous Shankaracharya Hill and temple on the hill and in the evening, enjoy a shikara ride on Dal Lake. Enjoy sightseeing in the Old City of Srinagar as per our Jammu Kashmir tour itinerary. Enjoy dinner and then spend the night in the houseboat on the Dal Lake.
After your breakfast in Srinagar, your Jammu and Kashmir tour culminates today. You will be dropped at the Srinagar airport to catch your flight back home or to your next destination.
It's safe to visitKashmir valley nowadays. However, nowadays both in domestic and international touristin past few years. However,one needs to work around the frequent shutdowns calls given by secessionist, to visit various areas in and around Srinagar, the hub of all tourism activities in Kashmir valley.
Vaishno Devi temple, one of the most important shrine in Hinduism; is open to pilgrims throughout the year.However the best time to visit is between the months of March and October. The temple attracts maximum visitors during Navratri and Ram Navami. The whole trip going up , visiting the shrine and coming down, is a dawn to dusk affair.
The Dal Lake houses houseboats that are 2 kms away from citycenter.People visiting houseboat and wanting to travel on Shikara that are always available at the houseboats, have to make prior arrangements to avoid last minute rush. Both houseboat and Shikara travel are costly and better to get the tourist agency arrange for one, or fork out on your own.
On visit to Kashmir it is must to carry heavy woollens, sweaters and scarves especially if travelling during winter. Durable shoes are a must if you want to indulge in adventure activities. Better carry Umbrella, if travelling during summer or rainy season. Also must are basic medicine for emergency.
For visiting various cities and tourist locations numerous travel agencies as well as state government provide coach and tourist taxis. If visiting different cities on longer trips better to use mini bus. For travelling inside the cities auto rickshaws are best for commuting.
The trip itineraries guided trips are liable to change to provide some flexibility in the tour itinerary. However, while travelling in Kashmir it is better to keep yourself informed of the prevailing law and order situation as that allows make needed changes if needed. Alsounforeseen circumstances like curfew, landslides, heavy snowfall can necessitate significant change in the itinerary, which may require change in accommodation and/or unplanned travel. In such casestourist may have to contribute financially in portions.