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Jammu & Kashmir is India's northernmost state, sharing international borders with Pakistan and Tibet, with Himachal Pradesh to its south. It comprises three very different topographic and cultural regions: Jammu region, Kashmir Valley and Ladakh-Leh. Jammu city is in the south of the state and is the only region that lies in plains and foothills and is the capital of the state for winter. Kashmir Valley to the north of Jammu has higher elevations, encompassed by the Pir Panjal range on the west and parts of the Great Himalayas on the north east. Srinagar town, the heart of the valley is Jammu & Kashmir's summer capital. Ladakh region is a mountain desert terrain and takes up almost 2/3rds of J&K's territory from the centre to the east.

Inclusions : Inclusions Hotel / Houseboats on Twin sharing Basis. Inclusions Meal Plan: MAPAI (Room + Breakfast + Dinner) Inclusions All surface travelling by 1 Non AC Tata Sumo / Indica. Inclusions All surface travelling by 1 Non AC Tempo Traveller /Winger. Inclusions 01 Shikara Ride. Inclusions Sightseeing as per the itinerary. Inclusions All Arrival/Departure transfer as mentioned in Itinerary. Inclusions All present applicable taxes as on date. Inclusions Any future taxes levies will be charged extra. Itinerary :

You will be met by our representative at the Srinagar airport. He will assist and transfer you to the deluxe houseboat. In the afternoon you take a shikara ride on Dal Lake, where you visit the floating vegetable gardens. While riding the Shikara’s there are plenty of opportunities for bird watching with plentiful species including Kingfisher, Little Bittern, Common Pariah Kites, Grebe etc. Dinner and overnight in deluxe houseboat.
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Morning sightseeing of the Mughal Gardens, visiting Nishat Bagh built by Asaf Khan, the brother -in- law of Jehangir in 1632 AD, and Shalimar Bagh built by Jehangir for his wife empress Nur Jahan. All the gardens are situated on the banks of the Dal Lake with the Zabarwan hills in the background. Afternoon will be at your leisure for individual activities. Dinner and overnight in deluxe houseboat.
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After breakfast drive to Pahalgam (The valley of shepherds).The total distance is about 96 kms, will be covered in about 3 hours. En-route, visiting the saffron fields of pampore, Awantipura Ruins (1100 years old temple of Lord Vishnu built by the King Awantivarman), and enjoy the beautiful countryside.Drive throught the pine forests. Arrive at Pahalgam and enjoy Lidder stream. Later walk along pony trails with a magnificent view of the mountains. Dinner and overnight in hotel.
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After breakfast drive back to Srinagar. Dinner and overnight in hotel.
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Morning leave for Gulmarg (Meadow of Flowers) 2730 mts. above the sea level. The distance of 60 kms will be covered in about 2 hours. Gulmarg has one of the best ski slopes in the world and highest golf course with 18 holes. If weather permits one can also have the view of Nanga Parbat, the naked mountain that is over 26,000 feets and dominates the entire region, also enjoy cable car (Gondola) for mountain ride upto khilangmarg. Dinner and overnight in hotel.
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After breakfast drive back to Gulmarg. Dinner and overnight in hotel.
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Morning leave for Sonmarg (Meadow of Gold). The distance of about 83 kms, will be covered in about 3 hrs. Sonmarg lies in Sindh Valley streamed with flowers and surrounded by mountains. Sonmarg is also the base for some interesting treks to the high altitude Himalayan Lakes. In the evening drive back from Sonmarg. Dinner and overnight in deluxe houseboat.
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After breakfast transfer to Srinagar airport for onward flight.
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The fresh air of Kashmir and a roadside Jilebi can get you high here! Srinagar caters to the needs of every travel enthusiast : Romantic, Religious and Adventure.

Srinagar is a city of surviving artifacts from the past which reflects onto the variation in the seasons. Come spring and the world of ice breathes life with air smelling of flowers that have just blossomed. This effect is at its peak in Summer and, in Autumn, the colors of self-contemplation are quite touchy. Winter is the time when the lakes in and around Srinagar are frozen. The Dal lake and Nagin lake dominate the scene with lovely houseboats through which one can explore Srinagar into the heart way past the channels and canals. You can find shops, cottages, work-places clustered all about the waterfront.

Breathtaking experience
Tourists are captivated by the snow-capped Hari Parbat hill in the backdrop and, the river Jhelum that flows through the heart of the city which pretty much depicts a dream location for the perfect getaway. One can enjoy Srinagar as a lazy getaway or an aquatic sports enthusiast by trying out kayaking, water surfing, canoeing and angling! The best time to visit is from March to October.


Most visited holy places
The holy places in Srinagar are:

The Hazrathalbal Shrine – The Sacred hair or Moi-e-Muqqadas of the Prophet Mohammad is preserved here.
Shankaracharya Temple – Provides an amazing view of the city and is of great archaelogical importance.
Khanqah-e-Molla – Oldest muslim shrine, of Shah-e-Hamdan or Khanqah-e-Molla situated on the banks of the river Jhelum.
Jama Masjid – Oldest and biggest of all mosques in Kashmir.
Imambara Hassanabad – Around one million shia population mourn and worship this 2nd oldest shrine in Hassanabad.
Chatti Padshahi – Situated outside the Hari Parbat fort, it is the one of the most important Sikh Gurudwara.

Popular Attractions
The places of tourist interests within Srinagar are:

Cheshma Shahi and Pari Mahal – Developed into a tourist village now, the former is also called the Royal Spring and the latter, a school of astrology.
Nishat Garden – Situated in the backdrop of the Zabarwan hills and on the banks of Dal lake.
Shalimar Garden – Built by Jehangir for his beloved wife.
Dal lake – World famous lake, approximately a mile away from the main city, is the jewel in Kashmir's crown.

Houseboat stays
A floating houseboat stay is a must in Kashmir as it brings out the charm of the valley. This is one such experience which can be boasted as they are articulately decorated with flowers and what not. One day devoted to this, is time and money well spent. Apart from the houseboats, the hotels on land provide private suites, guest houses, cottages, huts etc which suits every budget. Approximately 3 days are required to enjoy Srinagar to the fullest with one day spent on the houseboat capturing green rice fields, bridges and splendid Mughal gardens. One day to visit all the temples, shrines and nearby hotspots in Srinagar. And the last day to visit all the beautiful gardens and relax and get to terms with all the fun you had!


Getting there
To enjoy the view en route Srinagar one must travel by road and also because the nearest railway track is 250 miles away! The airport is about 20 miles in Badgam district where regular flights from Delhi are chartered. One can avail cabs within the city with ease as there are a lot of travel agencies.

Roadside cuisine
Multi-cuisine restaurants are found in every nook and corner of the city which are equally good. Roadside dhabas are becoming a favorite as well and one should try out the specialties ranging from spicy chats to sweets and savories like “Gulab Jamun”, “Jilebi” etc.


Handicraft lover's delight and rightly so as it displays a rich and widely varied designs of available crafts. The beauty lies in the artifacts such as the carpets, sarees, shawls, wood carvings and a lot more. The city is filled with bazaars that add to the livelihood of the people.

Experience the snow-covered peaks, till-the-eye-can-see rice fields in all its glory in Srinagar and walk away with happy memories.


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