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Jammu and Kashmir:- Jammu is referred to as the City of Temples and the Gateway to Kashmir. True to its moniker, you’ll find numerous Hindu and Buddhist holy sites, like the Vaishno Devi Mandir, a shrine in the Trikuta Mountains that millions of pilgrims visit every year. It’s also the home of the Patnitop hill area, a celebrated attraction that tourists visit to admire and get lost in the grandeur of its lush landscapes. In the city proper, you’ll find more temples, shrines, palaces, and museums that house artifacts, artworks, and documents that chronicle the history of the land.
On the other hand, Kashmir is where you’ll find the country’s summer capital, Srinagar, a city famous for the majestic Dal Lake, the picturesque and Persian-influenced Mughal Gardens, and the Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India. The town of Gulmarg can also be found in the region and it is famous for being one of the prime winter sports destinations in India that can rival Switzerland’s Interlaken and for having the second-highest cable car ride in the world. Another popular area is the Pahalgam Valley where adventurers take a break from sightseeing to try out a fun and chill experiences like learning to ride ponies, playing golf, and strolling around the Baisaran Meadows.
These are ideal destinations in India for travelers looking to go on spiritual journeys bask in the resplendence of the country’s natural treasures, or partake in exhilarating activities that families and friends can enjoy it.
On arrival at Srinagar decide from Srinagar flying field and transfer to Houseboat/Hotel. Relax and revel in the beautiful fantastic thing about the character engulfing Srinagar with witching charm and splendor. Evening dinner and overnight stay in the houseboat/Hotel.
Today you embark on a full-day excursion to the picturesque 'meadow of gold’Sonmarg. The fast flowing Sindh river makes it popular for trout and mahseer fishing in summer. You can opt for a pony ride to one of the glaciers for some fun in snow and ice (by your own payment). Return to the Houseboat in Srinagar in the evening and enjoy comfortable
After breakfast proceeds to Manasbal Located at a distance of just around 30 km away from Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, the Manasbal Lake is considered to be a “gem” among all the lakes of Jammu and Kashmir. Known as the deepest lake of Kashmir as well as the lake which offers the most secure dice formation amongst the lakes of Kashmir during the summer months. In the evening return to Srinagar for a comfortable overnight stay in a hotel.
After breakfast proceeds to Verinag. The Verinag Spring, named after Nila Nag, the son of the famous Hindu sage Kashyap Rishi. The spring, which was originally shaped in a circular form was given a change of shape during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir in 1620 when he gave orders to renovate the spring in the Mughal traditional shape of an octagon. Today, picturesque in its settings and surrounded by tall Pine trees, the Verinag Spring is characterized by waters that are calm and sparklingly clear. Besides a glimpse of the Verinag Spring, a tour to Verinag is made even more special by the sight of several varieties of colorful flowers, gently swaying to the rhythm of the cool, mountain air. In the evening back to Srinagar. Overnight stay at Hotel in Srinagar.
After breakfast proceeds to Gulmarg driving past willow trees, fast-flowing streams, and lush green meadows. Gulmarg - the meadow of flowers is an apt term for this idyllic flower-laden meadow offering a spectacular view of towering snow-capped peaks covered with dense forests of tall conifers and gigantic fir and pine trees. Stroll leisurely or take pony rides (by your own payment) across the green meadow to one of the world's highest Golf courses. A must is a fun-filled ride in the newly introducedGondola lift (by your own payment). Return to Srinagar in the evening and enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, Drive to Yousmarg. Yousmarg is approximately 50 km from the Srinagar and lies in the Badgam district of Jammu and Kashmir. The two-hour drive to the place is an enjoyment in itself. Grassy pastures stretching to acres of land, the dense forests full of pine trees, with the backdrop ofsplendid snow capped mountains leave you almost speechless. Within commutabledistance from Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir, Yousmarg is the perfect place to go for a picnic. Especially, for the lovers of long walks in picturesque locales, Yousmarg is the place to be. In the evening back to Srinagar. Stay overnight in the hotel.
Today after having breakfast we drive to visit the famous Mughal gardens in Srinagar which is Nishat Bagh (the garden of Pleasure) and Shalimar Bagh (abode of love). These gardens are situated on the banks of Dal lake. Nishat Bagh is the larger of the two gardens and has an impressive plantation of Chinar trees on its highest terrace. Both the gardens are built on a symmetrical plan of central waterways with fountains dividing a series of gardened terraces. Night stay at Hotel in Srinagar.
After breakfast proceeds to Srinagar, our representative can drop you at the airport/railway station to catch ahead your flight & come back to home with sweet recollections of the Mystic Kashmir tour.